4 IN A 3D ROW LITE's review

    Published: 2012-09-13, by .

    4 in a 3D Row is an original remake of the well-known classic game

    • Single & Online Multiplayer
    • Original gameplay
    • Graphics
    • Openfeint Leaderboards
    • Navigation through menus isn't intuitive
    • It doesn't run smoothly on low-end devices

    "4 in a line, brought from the future "

    You've played hundreds of times 4 in a line board game, however, you've never played it this way. NEONFIVE studio has made the most of 3D technology to offer an original and highly playable game.

    4 in a 3D Row features a 3D cube as a board game. This cube is linked by lines and nodes: each node is a tile where you can place your gems. Your goal is, obviously, get 4 in a row, no matter diagonal, vertical or horizontal lines. Odds increases: now you can make cube-internal lines. However, be careful: your opponent will be able too.

    One of the strongest point of this game is its leveling system. As you progress you'll be able to unlock difficulty levels, achievements and turntime modes. XP isn't just for unlocking features: get as many points as you can and submit your scores on Openfeint leaderboards (only full version). There's a single (campaign-like) mode, and online multiplayer mode. The latter allows you to play against players from around the World.

    The game is set in neat interface, stunning 3D graphics with effects that require medium/high-end devices to run smooth. Controls are intuitive: just slide to rotate the cube and tap the node to place a gem. However, navigation through menus isn't such intuitive, a bit chaotic I would say. Despite of this, we got here an original, challenging and social game.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Sep 13, 2012

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    Ryan Shipman

    by Ryan Shipman

    Sep 01, 2013  |  "Poor"

    An ad pops up every 10 seconds. Don't know why they even made a free edition if you're going to be spammed by full screen add like that.

    Wian Van Der Walt

    by Wian Van Der Walt

    Aug 26, 2013  |  "Poor"

    To much ads, a add pops up every 10 seconds

    Lisa Olsen-Plummer

    by Lisa Olsen-Plummer

    Aug 24, 2013  |  "Poor"

    Won't open