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Ages Players
7+ 2-10

Designer(s): Thomas Pauli

Publisher(s): Mattel

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Product Description

OBJECT: 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.

THE PLAY: Play cards from your hand by either matching color, number, or word on the top card of the discard pile. When you have one card left, yell Uno!

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Thomas Pauli

  • Publisher(s): Mattel

  • Year: 2001

  • Players: 2 - 10

  • Ages: 7 and up

  • Weight: 173 grams


  • 108 cards
  • instructions
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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.5 in 2 reviews

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by Vaibhav
Amazing stuff - depends on your people's company
March 12, 2008

Its a wonderful game but compulsorily need good company of friends to play. Age no bar .... I am 27 and play it whole heartedly and my friends really look forward to come and play this game at my place.

So if you have a good company of friends who would some times liek to sit on the bed corners and pay this game along with snacks and cold drink.

Once great, now not so much
August 16, 2005

When I was young, I loved Uno. It was easy to play, and easy to understand. But getting older has helped me realize that it isn't as cool as I always thought it was.

One of the biggest problems is that I know how Uno could be improved. How do I know? The game designers have shown me. They have released 30th Anniversary Uno (This game adds an Anniversary card that allows you to give all but one of your cards to your neighbor). They have released Uno Attack (The Uno game with that nifty card shooter).

Uno is a luck-based game that is good for playing with younger children, as it is easy for them to grasp. But when you're older, and are playing with only adults, you need something else to make the game enjoyable.

I only recommend Uno to people who want an easy family game to play with the kids. The only other people I can see getting really excited about Uno are those who love luck-based games as opposed to strategy.

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