As you can see, the set includes 33 cards, and here's all of them, in their 30-year-old glory:
GCRL's favorite trio; sadly the other players didn't make it. Hendrick is a guy I didn't have any memory of, but the former #1 overall pick had some nice years in the mid-70s and early 80s. Kemp was also a former #1, for the Tigers in this case, but didn't have much left in the tank by the time he made it into this set. Greg Luzinski, who still had a bit of power here, was the 70s/80s answer to Prince Fielder, if by "Prince Fielder" you mean "Who was a fatass power hitter in the 70s/80s?"
Finally, this page is pretty damned good for having only six players. Schmidt, Winfield, and Yount were of course HOFers, Strawberry ('83's NL ROY) could have been one had he not thrown it away, and Trammell deserves way more consideration than he's received. Also, I hope Red Sox fans don't hate me for being amused that Mookie and Buckner appear in the same set a couple years before their infamous play.
Your final HOF tally is 12, which is pretty solid.
Although the cards were made by Topps, the fronts are clearly different from the '84 flagship set, which makes sense. The backs, however, are nearly identical: