Quarto is definitely an interesting experience. It’s like a multi-layered connect 4, played on the flat, and manages to be easy to understand and incredibly deep at the same time.
The core of the game is definitely one you’re going to fall in love with, but this mobile port is lacking a few key ingredients to push it to the upper echelons of greatness.
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The game involves placing blocks on a board. These blocks have different attributes. Some are tall and some are short, some are round and some are square, some are hollow and some are solid, and some are light and some are dark.
Your aim is to connect four of these pieces together, using their attributes. So four tall, four light, and so on. The twist comes from how you get the pieces in the first place.