Choice of a Game by Set Enterprises Giveaway

In conjunction with our holiday gift guides filled with gift ideas for everyone on your list, we're having a mega giveaway with over 150 days of prizes!

We first stumbled across Set game several years ago at the thrift store. It was among the first handful in our (then) new Thrift Treasure series. Since that time, Scott has continued the weekly Sunday thrift feature where he shares about the multitude of awesome games we find at the thrift store. It’s a great resource for discovering games that we might not have heard about or purchased otherwise. To this day, we continue to recommend Set game to others as it’s not only affordable, but it’s also intellectually challenging. Not in a “this trivia game makes me feel stupid” kind of way, but rather it simply makes you learn to look at things differently which is something everyone should learn to do.

The team at Set Enterprises has been busy since that time also, continuing to produce quality games. You can now find several lines of games that include multiple versions within each line. As an example, there’s the Set line which includes the original Set Game, Set Dice, Set Junior and a compact travel version. Their other lines include WordSpiel, Karma, Quiddler, Five Crowns and XACTIKA. While we included a game from the Karma line, Karma King, in our recent guide to card games, the giveaway today is for YOUR CHOICE of one of their awesome games! So check them all out and decide which ones are best for your family or game group and maybe pick up a couple as gifts. (They’re super affordable!) After you’ve done that, come back and enter to win one right here!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Set Enterprises Game

27 thoughts on “Choice of a Game by Set Enterprises Giveaway

  1. Which game would I choose? Hard to say. I already have Quiddler, that’s all I can say for sure.
    I do like Set, but I think I might go for Five Crowns. If I do win, I’ll do some quick research into that one and Karma King to make a decision.

  2. Five Crowns or Wordspiel, because I own most of the rest.
    I love SET and especially that they always have gender neutral rules!

      1. A lot of board games, especially German ones always assume the players are male.
        So the instructions use only male pronouns. “e.g. HE can then move 2 spaces or HE should then pass cards to the player on HIS left”.

        SET has inclusive instructions that do not assume only men are playing their games.

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