UNO is one of the world's most popular family card games, with rules easy enough for kids, but challenging and exciting enough for all ages.
Each player is dealt 7 cards with the remaining ones placed face down to form a "draw" pile. The top card of the draw pile is turned over to begin a "discard" pile. The first player has to match the card in the discard pile either by number, color or word. For example, if the card is a red 7, player must throw down a red card or any color 7. Or the player can throw down a Wild Card. If the player doesn't have anything to match, he must pick a card from the draw pile. If he can play what is drawn, great. Otherwise play moves to the next person. When you have one card left, you must yell "UNO" (meaning one). Failure to do this results in you having to pick two cards from the draw pile. That is, of course if you get caught by the other players. Once a player has no cards left, the hand is over. Points are scored and you start over again.
Number Of Players: 2 to 10
Recommended Ages: 7 and up
- UNO 40th Anniversary Edition
Forty years on, UNO continues to be the standard for family play and America's #1 card game looks forward to the next 40 years. The UNO 40th Anniversary Edition features throwback graphics on the fronts and backs of the cards that are sure to invoke a sense of nostalgia in players. The rules are the same as normal UNO, with the only notable difference being the retro design of the cards.
UNO is America's #1 card game! The object is to be the first player or team to score 500 points. Points are scored by being the first to rid yourself of all the cards in your hand before your opponents. It's easy to learn. Just play cards from your hand by matching color, number, or word. Try to rid yourself of cards before opponents do! When you have one card left shout "UNO!" That's right, you're #1!
- UNO Classic (w/Wooden Box)
This UNO is a classic American card game in a beautiful wooden box. UNO is easy to play and fast and fun for everyone! This game for all ages is perfectly packaged for display. This set makes a great gift for the avid UNO player, or a thoughtful host gift for your game night holder's home! For 2 to 10 players, ages 8 and up.
- UNO Attack
UNO Attack! is the frenzied, unpredictable version of the popular card game UNO! Five special command cards control the action. Sometimes you'll be able to trade hands, sometimes you'll be able to discard, and sometimes you'll have to hit the fire button on the card launcher! Push the button, and if you're lucky nothing will happen. But if you're not, it'll fire a stream of UNO Attack cards at you! Requires 3 "C" batteries for play (not included).
- UNO Mod
Perfect for game fanatics and beginning players, UNO Mod features a new wipe-off scoring system and a removable draw and discard tray. UNO Mod also debuts a premium box that slides out for easy score keeping and secures back together for storage and portability. Just like its evergreen predecessor, UNO Mod invites two to ten players to challenge each other as individuals or on teams. The goal is to be the first to get rid of all your cards but don't forget to yell UNO. When you are down to one card away from victory. You'll enjoy classic UNO play with cool new features that move you and UNO Mod into the future of game play.
- UNO Flash
Forget everything you thought you knew about UNO! Clockwise? Counterclockwise? Nope; it's totally random! This exciting electronic version selects who's next, so you have to stay alert. Did you blink? Uh-oh, you missed your turn and time ran out! It's the fast, crazy game that will keep you guessing, on your toes and raring to go. And just when you think you can relax and take a breath, you still need to remember to yell "UNO!"
- UNO Reflex
UNO Reflex brings fast action to the classic card game! Play your card - press the electronic UNO Reflex button. Will it choose a color? Act fast when it does! First player to match the color and hit the button takes the lead! Wild Card? The electronic UNO Reflex button will choose the color to play. Try to make it stop on the color you want! Race to match the colored light one of two ways: in Reflex mode, race to play the color first, in Wild mode use your skills to select the color you want.
- UNO Roboto
Watch out for Uno Roboto! He'll change the game every time! Now your family can customize your Uno game by recording your family's names and your own special rule then let this unpredictable robot do the rest. As you start playing cards into the head of this unpredictable little robot, he'll surprise you by calling out Random Rules and funny phrases that change the way you play. With his surprise commands like "Raise your left arm! Last one draw two cards" or "Sam and Zoe, trade all your cards" you'll never know what's coming next.
UNO Special Editions
UNO - Angelina Ballerina Edition
UNO - Cars Edition
UNO - Cars 2 Edition
UNO - Glee
UNO - Hanna-Barbera Edition
UNO - Harry Potter Edition
UNO - High School Musical 3
UNO - Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Edition
UNO - Star Trek Collector's Edition Tin
UNO H2O To Go
Uno Spin To Go!
Uno - Moo!
In this aquatic-themed version of UNO you match cards by color, number, or name, and try to get rid of all your cards before your opponent!
The official Mattel UNO website.
- Uno Variations
A collection of Uno variants, including "Ascending Rules Uno", "Birthday Suit Uno", "Cut-Throat Uno", "Deadly Uno", "Ena", "Hot Death Uno", "Klitzkie Family Uno", "Personal Uno", "R-M-D Uno", "Speed Uno", and "Uno from Hell".
- UNO: Undercover
This casual game adaptation of America's number one card game brings a fresh, light-hearted, engaging story element to the classic game play that will allow fans to enjoy UNO in a new way. It's UNO like you've never seen it before!
An active network of UNO enthusiasts who organize events, competitions, training camps, and other UNO-related evangelism. The web site shares the knowledge and mastery of the vibrant UNO community with the whole world via guides, cheats, and advice for both new and experienced players.
- Wikipedia Uno
Information about the game from the free online encyclopedia, including history, brief rules, and variations.