Customer Reviews

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M.
Complicated the first few times

I picked this up having loved and enjoyed Five Crowns and Quiddler, so it seemed a no brainer to add this to the collection. I played it many times and have enjoyed it each time, though it hasn't maintained the same level of enjoyment as the other two have. There are a variety of ways to make sets, if this is a game you've played several times then it is can be quick work finding sets that fit within the rules. If you're new to the game then it can feel quite complex and even confusing (as a few friends have found). This doesn't make the table often but I've kept it as it is still fun to play now and then.

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L.W.
A fun quick game

This is a fun one to play with all ages because one's skill at this game is not age-related. Even if people find it hard to grasp the "all different" or "all the same" concept when they hear the rules for the first time, once they see the game in play, they quickly understand what a 'set' is. It's quite portable as well- we've taken it camping and different people are always curious to have a go when they see it in play.