In Five in Line (a version of tic-tac-toe, five in a row), two players take turn and place discs on a 9x9 grid. Each player is assigned a color, either red or yellow, and the goal for the players is to be the first to get five discs in a line. Discs are played by dropping them in one of the columns on the grid and they then fall to the bottommost unoccupied position.
The game can be played against a number of different computer controlled opponents of varying expertise. From the beginning it is only possible to play against the first opponent. More opponents are unlocked by winning multiple games in a row against the most recently unlocked opponent. The game can also be played between two human players on the same device.
The game features:
- 6 computer controlled opponents.
- Game statistics.
- Undo function.
- Sound effects.
- Human vs human play (on a single device).