Connect four (or Four in a row) is a two players strategy game. Each player drops alternatively a chip of his colors. The first player to align four chips wins.
The game was solved in 1988, and first player (red) can always win. This solver compute the outcome of any position assuming both players play perfectly. When you choose to show the solution, you get a score for each playable column: winning moves have a positive score and losing moves have a negative score. The absolute value of the score gives you the number of moves before the end of the game. Hence best moves have highest scores.
Both player can play automatically following a perfect strategy. You just need to toggle the manual/auto mode of the player by clicking on his buttton. Note that it is impossible to win if you let the AI play first.
You can share interesting positions with the different share buttons or just copy the url of the position (containing the "pos" parameter).
This project is a pure hobby. Do not hesitate to send me comments, suggestions or bug reports at firstname.lastname@example.org.