Like the classic game of Connect Four, the only goal in ConnectOrb is to get five in a row.
That gameplay is still fully intact, with changes only to the board and game engine.
The changes to the engine, though, are quite impressive. Outside of the fact that multi-player is available, the 3D engine makes for a much bigger challenge. You can easily rotate the 3D board with your keyboard, which helps seeing those hard-to-reach pieces. You will still find a couple of tough spots to navigate, but maybe that is accepted with 3D.
Overall, ConnectOrb is a great game, keeping the Connect Four games ahead in the technology race. I'm sure we'll see more updates. I can't wait to see what they do next.