Four Colors


Four Colors is a free kids game inspired by the classic card game, designed to teach colors, numbers, and strategy. It offers an enjoyable educational experience suitable for the whole family. Through playing against the computer, children can enhance their strategic thinking, numerical comprehension, and color recognition skills. This game fosters confidence, reinforces basic math abilities, and promotes critical thinking in young players.

Four Colors is an ideal game for Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade and 5th Grade students.

How to play

Start the Game: Tap on the play button to begin.

Select Number of Players: Choose the number of players from one to three before starting the game.

Match the cards: Match the cards by number or colors and start getting rid of them.

Draw Two: Placing draw two will force the opponent to pick up two cards, increasing their number of cards.

Skip card: Using a skip card will skip the turn of the next player.

Reverse card: Reverse card changes the direction of gameplay from clockwise to counterclockwise, or vice versa.

Wild card: Using a wild card allows you to change the color. You can place it on any card, anytime.

Draw Four: You can place this card anytime. It allows you to change the color and forces the opponent to pick up four cards.

Press 1: Don’t forget to press 1 in the end when you have only one card left. Otherwise you will have to pick up two penalty cards.


Observe Your Opponents: Pay attention to the cards your opponents play to anticipate their strategies.

Utilize Special Cards: Make strategic use of special cards like Reverse to disrupt your opponents plans.

Empty Your Hand Quickly: Aim to play your cards strategically to empty your hand before your opponents.

Stay Flexible: Be adaptable and ready to adjust your strategy based on the games progression.

Have fun playing!