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Four in a row

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A large scale game to encourage strategising, cooperation, turn taking and hypothesising. Put a token in the frame ...
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Four in a row

Code
497669
A large scale game to encourage strategising, cooperation, turn taking and hypothesising. Put a token in the frame and make sure that four of the same colour is aligned. This can be both horizontally and vertically. . Made of plywood . Measures 57 H x 39 W x 20cm D.
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Colour Natural
Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age 6yrs+
Material Made of Plywood.
Height 57cm
Width 39cm
Depth 20cm
Game How to Play Put a token in the frame and make sure that four of the same colour is aligned. This can be both horizontally and vertically.
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