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Author: Xray

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Filesize: 379.19 kB

Date added: 2016-05-30

Rating: 6

Downloads: 1887

Views: 300

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Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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Classic old game. This is a two-player version, and instructions are in the game.

I am working on a single-player version (player vs computer) which is a lot harder to do, mainly because I have to calculate all possibilities of four coins of the same color in a row horizontally, vertically, and diagonally. It's not really complicated, just very tedious! :|
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Google "connect four algorithm" to see different ways to solve connect four. You can also look up code in Visual Basic, Excel, or Java. Even if you are not a VB programmer, you could probably understand the code. Coding from scratch might be a big task.
s_noonan - Thanks for the tip about the Google search! That should be very helpful. I do have a little experience with VB when I had to write a couple of custom programs to calculate some esoteric algorithms for the kind of X-ray equipment that I work on. Therefore, I should have little or no problem trying to understand VB code.