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All you need to know about SET

Is SET fun to play?
Players: 1 – 20 players | Game Duration 25 – 35 mins | Min. Age 6+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Card Games, Puzzle, Real-time Solo game mode: Yes | Co-op: No | Online Version: No How to Play SET Guide

What is SET about?

SET has sold over 3 million copies. Players race to find as many SETs as they can.

There are three cards in a SET, but each of their features (color, shape, number, shading) is either the same OR different! Whenever a SET appears, the first player calls out “SET” and grabs the cards. There are no “turns” in this game. In addition to being fast-paced fun, it also builds skills and exercises the brain! Due to the logic rule, and the fact that players must apply it to the spatial array of patterns at once, players must use both left and right brains! The player with the most SETs wins the game!

Builds cognitive, logical and spatial reasoning skills as well as visual perception skills

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Rulebook and How to Play Guides

Daroolz How to Play Rules Guide Official Rule Book

How to Play SET and Review Videos

Awards Won by SET

1995 Fairplay À la carte Runner-up
1991 Mensa Select Winner

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