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Uno Means One!

Reviewing: Mattel Uno Card Game  |  Rating:
Stephanie Mason By Stephanie Mason on
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As a kid, I remember my sister and I always used to play this game. We could sit at the table or in our room for hours going back and forth trying to see who would get Uno and win.

The game goes like this: You deal seven cards to each player. There are Skip, Reverse, Draw four or two, and Wild cards. The object of the game is to get rid of all of your cards. You go around the table and each person puts down a card that is the same color or the same number to change the color as what is in the discard pile. When you have one card, you call Uno. The others have to try to make it so you have draw more cards but if they don't succeed then you win if you can play your last card. The Skip card can skip the next person (people play different), the Reverse card reverses to the person on the other side, the draw four makes the person draw four or two cards from the draw pile, and the wild card allows you to choose which color you want.

This game is a great game to play on a rainy day or if you just want to play with family. You play with 2-10 people. The age recommendation is 7 and up.

If you like card games, then you will definitely love Uno.