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Set : the family game of visual perception.

Author: Set Enterprises, Inc.
Publisher: Fountain Hills, AZ : SET Enterprises, ©1991.
Edition/Format:   Game : Game : Real object   Visual material : English
Summary:
Matching game for one or more players in which the object is to identify sets of three cards based on shape and color patterns.
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Genre/Form: Matching games
Card games
Puzzles and games
Tabletop games
Real-time games
Board games
Material Type: Game, Real object, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Set Enterprises, Inc.
ISBN: 9780963469106 096346910X
Language Note: Instructions in English, French, and Spanish.
OCLC Number: 48083602
Notes: Title from container.
1 or more players.

Huntingdon College Houghton Memorial Library notes:
Title from instruction booklet.
Target Audience: Ages 6 to adult.
Description: 1 game (81 cards, 1 instruction booklet, 1 card play case) : cardboard, plastic, color ; in box 11 x 17 x 3 cm.
Other Titles: Family game of visual perception
Local System Bib Number:
181467

Abstract:

Matching game for one or more players in which the object is to identify sets of three cards based on shape and color patterns.
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