5-in-a-Row Strategy Game

By Newton

$34.95
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Drop your pieces on top or pull them from out the bottom in this unconventional version of a “four-in-a-row game.” Newton is a five-in-a-row game which, besides an extra row, has an added layer of strategy that makes for some entertaining, unpredictable, on-your-toes fun.

  • Materials: Wood & plastic
  • Care: Wipe with damp cloth
  • Includes 1 game board, 20 red pieces, 20 blue pieces, and one illustrated instruction sheet
  • Engages visual perception and decision-making skills
  • Requires critical thinking and strategy
  • Number of players: 2 players
  • Recommended for ages 8+
  • Warning: This game contains marbles which may present a choking hazard for children - not for children under 3 years
  • Warning: Small parts choking hazard. Not for children under 3 years
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 9.78" x 12.5" x 5.25"
  • Weight: 1.1 lbs.

5 Reviews (3.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

10 stars!

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I purchased this for my students when we have downtime during advisory classes. This is a great game because it is clever easy to use this you will be appealing and more than anything, loads of fun! Each game is totally different, and forces are used to think outside the box which is fantastic! I cannot recommend this game highly! More of this kind of game!More > < Less

4

Good concept and challenging

by

It's challenging for sure. Bit of problem pulling out a ball without the whole row falling out.

4

Excellent

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This game is great for all ages ! Fun and educational.

2

Poor choice on my part

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I returned this item. The game would be fine for some people, but it was not the right choice for my family. I should have read the description more carefully.More > < Less

1

Allright

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Basically the same as connect four but much more expensive

5 Item(s)

A board game you know—just 2x as fun.

About Newton

Five in Row

Newton is a five-in-a-row game with a twist—you can pull pieces from out the bottom and instantly foil your opponent’s plan.

Take turns dropping pieces in the tubes. The first player to line five of their pieces vertically, horizontally, or diagonally takes home the gold. If you spot a win further down in the tube, you can just take one piece from the bottom shelf and place it back on the top.

Newton is easy to learn, but mastering it is tough given that any player can make the “bottom fall out.” This added element makes this classic game a lot more dynamic, fun, and unpredictable.