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Uno Cards Game

Uno Cards Game Rules

Uno Cards Game Instructions

Average Price: $5.00
Playing Time: 30 - 45 min.
Ages: 6+
Players: 2 - 10
(55.44%) (364 Votes)

Uno Cards is one of the most popular and well know card games where players try to be the first one to get rid of all their cards. Uno is very easy to learn and is suitable for almost all ages. You can take these cards with you and is a great travel game for multiple people.

Uno Cards has a lot of fun twists to it including skip cards, draw two cards, draw four cards, wild cards, and reverse cards. Also, don't get caught with only one card in your hand without saying "Uno!" Play this game with your friends and family today!

To be the first player to score 500 points. You'll get points by getting rid of all your cards first. The cards in remaining in your opponents' hands will earn you points.

Uno, the card game, should come with 108 Uno Cards: 19 cards from 0 to 9 (in blue, green, red and yellow), 8 draw two cards (2 in each color), 8 reverse cards (2 in each color), 8 skip cards (2 in each color), 4 wild cards, 4 wild draw four cards, and the official Uno Cards rules and instructions.

Uno Cards Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Uno Cards dice-card rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions on how to play Uno Cards.

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Peggy says:

If you're down to only two cards left with one a wild card, do you have to play it? Is it ok to draw & save the wild card?
Jack says:

A must have on vacations. We always slip this game in our bags and play when we're stuck somewhere (which always seems to happen).
Sara says:

I have played this card game so many times with so many different people and I swear everyone plays it a little different. We get going and I say, wait, you can't do that. They respond saying yes, that's how we play it. Who knew?! Make sure you get your rules down before you start playing since there are so many different versions of how to play.
Alisha says:

Uno is one of the first card games I remember leaning how to play with my extended family. We all sat around the table and played (probably 15 people). Someone quickly explained the simple rules to me and we were off playing. Lots of fun memories with this game. An easy one to throw in your bag no matter where you go.
Carebear says:

I love UNO because I always beat my grandma lol
Walter says:

Ah, the memories of playing this with my buddies back in the day. Somehow we would always get in an argument over the rules and everyone had their own ideas of how to play Uno. Still a classic easy fun game.
Sushma says:

According to the rules WILD cards are used to change the color or WILD DRAW 4 cards are used to change the color & the next person has to pick 4 extra cards.

Now i have a doubt WILD & WILD DRAW 4 cards - are we allowed to play a WILD card over a WILD card or a WILD DRAW 4 over a WILD DRAW 4 & then change the color?
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