How to Play:
Every card in the Set deck is different. Each one is a combination of one of three shapes (squiggles, diamonds, or ovals), three amounts (one, two, or three), different colors (purple, green, or red), and fill (clear, solid, or striped). A dealer arranges 12 random cards, face up, and without taking turns - players search for sets of three cards linked by combinations qualities that are either all the same, or all different. Once everyone gets the hang of how to identify a set, you're ready to compete. The first person to recognize a set calls out "set!" and shows everyone what they see. If they have identified a set, they get to keep the cards, if not - they have to give cards back.
How to Win:
When all the cards have been played, or no sets can be found, the player with the most cards wins the game.
|number of players||solo, 2 players, groups|
|manufacturer recommended age||12-99+|