SET: The Family Game of Visual Perception
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SET Enterprises / 1991 / Other

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SET: The Family Game of Visual Perception

SET Enterprises / 1991 / Other

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CBD Stock No: WW738001

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Find 'em fast because the sets won't last! Bring a keen eye to this rapid-fire game of visual perception. Each card has four characteristics: color, number, shape, and shading. Find a set of three with one trait that matches---or with none that do. But you'd better name it before someone claims it! Includes 81 cards, case, and instructions. One or more players, ages 6 to adult.

Product Information

Format: Other
Vendor: SET Enterprises
UPC: 736396001009
Ages: 6-10

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Homeschool Specialist Review

As a family we love to play games! We own several of the card games by SET Enterprises and enjoy them all. One of our all-time favorites is Five Crowns. In this game, you play 11 successive hands, starting with 3 cards and working your way up to 13. You have a wild card in each hand, but it changes according to the number of cards in the hand. This makes for a very interesting game, as you try to build sets and remember which card is the wild one. Since the object of the game is to get the fewest points and the potential to be left holding points gets greater as the game progresses, you really don't know who's going to win right up to the end.

Another favorite is Quiddler. It introduces questions like what are you doing when you yot or yote? Our whole family learned the answer to this and more, when someone had to defend their use of the word while playing this game. We encourage dictionary usage so you can share the definition of your words with your fellow players. With some help, even the very young can play . . . and win!


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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    Fast moving fun
    December 14, 2014
    Quality: 4
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    My child was introduced to this game at school. She likes it so much she asked for it as a present. She taught the whole family how to play (youngest a 7-yr-old) and we had a blast after us parents caught on. This is good old-fashioned fun. Any game that keeps my family entertained and isn't electronic is worth the money. I would've given the quality a five if it came in a tin. Those cardboard boxes always get torn up over time with extended use by kids. NOTE--Depending on how quickly all the players can spot the "sets" will determine how fast moving the game is. So once you get how to play the game, the play can be very fast.
  2. Ohio
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    December 30, 2010
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 3
    This matching card game requires thinking skills. It does not have quite the high energy, fast paced level I anticipated, although it is enjoyable.
  3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    November 11, 2009
    Ai Lei
    a game that is hard to tire of, always fresh each time you play it. children from 6 or 7 years can comfortably play it, and even adults will find it equally challenging.
  4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 17, 2009
    Jeanette Masters
    I've been playing this game with my 13 year old granddaughter and 86 year old mother. It's a wonderful way to develop better concentration and perception. Great game for all ages and even fun to play alone.
  5. Canada
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    May 9, 2008
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    My whole family loves this game - even my 4 year old daughter who really isn't ready to play it yet! It took as a bit to figure out the instructions, but once we got through that we had a blast - very fun game!
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