This is a fun little 2 - 5 player card game that can be taught in 2 minutes and played in 10 to 15. We both love set collection games and especially being someone who has various levels of OCD, matching the most colors to individual sets is thoroughly cathartic to me. The interactivity during gameplay is somewhat indirect, but you do have influence over the rows that your opponents have to take. If all players are paying attention and playing their cards well, most of the rows will reveal a combination of good and bad cards for anyone who has a chance at allocating them. Your skill is put into practice when you know when to take a row, and which rows demonstrate the most benefit. Since the game is fun and quick to play, it extends well as a filler game at game nights or other events. The box is very small and sturdy so it transfers very well. The artwork is minimal, but for a game like this, it doesn’t need to be extravagant. While it is a solid game, it doesn’t reach our table too often because to us, it’s fairly average. We aren’t blown away by this one, but it’s not bad either. It’s just a good little portable card game for a quick round of set collection.
Overall Meeple Rating: 6/10
1) Set Collection
2) Card Allocation
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