“Connect Four” is a two-player strategy board game that originated in the United States in 1974. It was designed by Howard Wexler and Ned Strongin and released by the Milton Bradley Company (now part of Hasbro). The game’s objective is simple yet engaging: players take turns dropping colored discs (usually red and yellow) from the top into a vertically suspended grid with six rows and seven columns. The discs fall to the lowest available space within the selected column. The goal is to be the first to connect four of one’s own discs in a row, whether horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, while also strategically blocking the opponent’s attempts to do the same. This game is loosely based upon that game.