UNO Family Card Game
UNO Family Card Game, with 112 Cards in a Sturdy Storage Tin, Travel-Friendly, Makes a Great Gift for 7 Year Olds and Up.
|Age Range (Description)||7 years and up|
|Number of Players||2-10 players|
About this UNO Family Card Game
- UNO is the classic family card game that’s easy to learn and so much fun to play!
- In a race to deplete your hand, match one of your cards with the current card shown on top of the deck by either color or number.
- Strategize to defeat your competition with special action cards like Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos and color-changing Wild cards.
- When you’re down to one card, don’t forget to shout “UNO!”
- This fun family card game is perfect for adults, teens and kids 7 years old and up.
UNO Family Card Game Description
UNO is the classic family card game that’s easy to pick up and impossible to put down! Players take turns matching a card in their hand with the current card shown on top of the deck either by color or number.
Special action cards, like Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos, color-changing Wild and Draw Four Wild cards, deliver game-changing moments as they each perform a function to help you defeat your opponents.
If you can’t make a match, you must draw from the center pile. And when you’re down to one card, don’t forget to shout “UNO!” The first player to get rid of all the cards in their hand wins.
Now card game-lovers can get UNO in a sturdy tin that’s great for travel and makes storage stress-free. Colors and decorations may vary.
From the manufacturer
Classic UNO Family Card Game
UNO is the card game that’s easy to pick up and impossible to put down! All it takes to win is a little coordination between colors (red, green, blue, and yellow) and numbers. This fun family card game is takes only minutes to learn and is so much fun to play!
Make Your Match!
In this fun race to get rid of all your cards, players take turns matching one of their own cards with the card that appears face-up on the discard pile by either color or number. If you are unable to play a card from your own hand, you must retrieve a card from the draw pile.
Top reviews from the United States
uno family card game
Remember when families and friends actually played board games, and card games? Instead of a living room with no conversation, just a bunch of people tapping and swiping their phones?
Well getting this UNO set can help you relive some of the magic from the good old days. When everyone actually had fun and interacted with each other.
Believe it or not, I forgot how to play UNO. Which is weird, considering how much I played it when I was younger. Even as a young adult. But just like riding a bike, you never really lose it. Open the tin, break out the cards and the rule sheet. And in a minute, it all came back. So easy to play, that even toddlers can participate.
BONUS TIP: HOW TO GET EVEN THE SMALLEST KIDS INVOLVED
So Mattel recommends that kids ages 7 and up can play. But any kid 4-6 can most likely grasp the basic rules, as long as they can recognize numbers.
The catch is that it may not hold the attention of a five year old all that great. But there’s a way that you can still put the UNO cards to good use, while enjoying some bonding time with your little ones. Here’s what I figured out, after a couple of games of UNO with our Little Girl….
Make it a memory game. What I did was go through the cards, and picked out two identical ones for different numbers/colors. So two green 5 cards. Two red 4 cards. Two blue 2 cards.
Two yellow 7 cards. I tried to avoid sixes and nines. Basically take eight to twelve cards in total. Then place them in two to three rows, face down (UNO side up). I’d ask our Daughter to flip a card over. Yellow 7.
Okay, now try to find the other Yellow 7. And she gets to flip over another card. If it’s not the right one, I let her know that was a really good try. Now let’s flip the cards over, and try it again.
If she gets it right, I congratulate her, and she gets so excited. This way, she can play a simple game that also helps her work on her memory skills. So she can remember where certain cards were, and match them up. When she does well with six cards, I bump it up to eight cards.
Then ten cards. It’s simple, but fun for the smaller kids that may lose interest in actually playing UNO. And she still gets to have fun with the rest of us.
There are no negatives about this set. The only thing that could have possibly been improved, is to have made the tin a tiny bit more travel-friendly. The two stacks of cards are held in plastic, inside of the tin. But it seems like they could have simply made the tin much smaller, and still fit the cards in.
Making it a bit easier to just stick in your pocket. That’s not a dealbreaker, just thinking out loud. Otherwise, the quality of the cards and tin are both great.
Look. It’s ten bucks. That’s it. People spend more than that on two iced coffees, or a drive-through at a fast food place. But those are things you only get to enjoy once. Whereas you could use these cards in this tin for well over a decade.
Plus you can make it a family tradition, or have fun when friends come over. It’s advertised as a kid’s game. But truth be told, we played it more in our dorm’s game room than I ever did as a child. UNO never gets old. Why put it off? Add it to your shopping cart.
You’ve got the ten bucks to spare, right now. Check out. It will show up at your home in as soon as a day, if you have Prime free shipping. And you can take that ten dollars, and turn it into million dollar memories with your family. But you can’t do that, if you don’t order it. So buy a set today, you’ll be thankful you did.
uno family card game is best game.
Qus- Is it a good game for 2 people to play?
Oh yeah of course!! The more people the longer the game can go but you can still have a pretty long, worthwhile, game with just 2 people. That’s pretty much how I’ve always played it. Have fun!
Qus- How many blank cards come in this package?
Not sure about Blank cards, but it comes with Draw two cards, Reverse cards, Skip cards, Draw four cards and Wild cards. Maybe Wild cards are same as Blank Cards?