Mattel UNO Card Game
Easy To Pick Up...Impossible To Put Down. Uno Card Game Is #1 For Family Fun! For Ages 7+ And 2-10 Players. Colors And Decorations May Vary. Contains: 108 Cards Instructions In Both English And Spanish Made In Usasee more...
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- "Love to play this game with the family its simple enough for my little ones to play and equally fun for me and my other half to enjoy with the whole family or for our grown up friends!!!" in 39 reviews
- "I play this every night with my daughter and no matter how short or long the games it is so much fun every single time!!" in 20 reviews
- "Love love love it this is the greatest game to play with your family and friends when I play with my kids we just have so much fun the game can sometimes be long but it will never get boring" in 18 reviews
- "This has been one of my favorite games since i was a child, and i never seem to get bored from it even though i play it almost three times each week." in 17 reviews
- "Ive been playing this game since i was in grade school i still remember playing it with my friends in 3d grade, and a few years later playing it with my friends in Egypt." in 14 reviews
But it’s a classic, and I can’t help but love it (as well as the many fond memories I have playing it).
To start a hand, seven cards are dealt to each player, with the top card of the deck flipped over and set aside to begin the discard pile. The player to the dealer's left plays first, unless the first card on the discard pile is an action or Wild card (see below). On a player's turn, they must do one of the following:
• play a card matching the discard in color, number, or symbol
• play a Wild card, or a playable Wild Draw Four card
• draw the top card of the deck
Play proceeds clockwise around the table, until somebody gets rid of their last card. But don’t forget to call “UNO”!
Overall, it’s a fun and simple game that young and old love to play! If you haven’t tried it yet, definitely pick up a deck of cards today!
When my children were younger we played and taught them the basics of the game and had fun with it. When they became older, say in their teens, it became very competitive and it still is to this day. I would recommend this game for all ages.
It is simple to learn, and is one of those games that the more people you have playing, the better it gets! We have added an extra deck of UNO cards, even when it is only five or six players just to keep it interesting!
I hadn't played in years and just recently my son taught himself how to play, then re-taught me how to play! We even get together and play with friends for game night!
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