UNO is a popular card game enjoyed by people of all ages around the world. It is a fast-paced game that involves matching cards by color or number in order to be the first player to get rid of all their cards.
The purpose of this page is to provide a comprehensive resource for all things UNO. This page will serve as a valuable resource for those looking to learn more about UNO or improve their skills at the game.
Note: All the UNO Guides and Posts are updated for 2023.
About UNO Game
UNO is a fast-paced card game that involves matching cards by color or number in order to be the first player to get rid of all their cards.(Read More about how to Play UNO here.)
Information on UNO:
- Number of Players: 2 to 10 players
- Age Range that can play UNO: 7 Years and Above
- Total Number of Cards: 112 cards (108 usable cards and 4 Blank Wild Cards)(More information below)
- Owning Brand: Mattel
- Type of Game: Card Game
- Family Friendliness: Yes, it’s a family-friendly game.
The Objective of Playing UNO Card Game
The goal of the game is to be the first player to reach a predetermined number of points or to be the last player with cards in their hand.
UNO Cards Deck
UNO is a popular card game that is played with a deck of 112 cards (After the 2018 New Card Addition). In this usable UNO cards are 108 and the remaining 4 cards are 3 blank customizable Wild Cards and 1 Hand shuffle Card. (Read More about How Many Cards are in UNO here.) The additional 4 cards containing Blank customizable Wild cards and the Hand Shuffle Card were added to the 2018 Rule Change.
Before 2018, UNO’s rule changed there were a total of 108 cards in the deck.
The deck consists of four suits (Red, Yellow, Green, and Blue).
Types of Cards in UNO’s deck:
- Number Cards: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
- Wild Card,
- Skip Card,
- Reverse Card,
- Draw Four Card,
- Draw Two Card,
- Shuffle Hands Cards and
- Blank customizable Wild Card.
About UNO’s History
UNO was created in 1971 by Merle Robbins, a barber from Cincinnati, Ohio. After several years, in 1992, it became part of the famous Mattel company. Now, whenever you purchase a UNO, you see Mattel’s branding on it.
UNO has also been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame on Nov 8, 2018. Today, UNO continues to be a beloved and widely played card game enjoyed by people of all ages.
- To explore UNO’s history in detail, you can read this post written by me.
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UNO Rules and Gameplay
Here are the different Official UNO Rules and rules for each of the components in the game:
Also, read about How to Cheat At UNO?
To play by unique unofficial rule variation of the game UNO, check these UNO House Rules post.
Special UNO Versions With Detailed Rules
Other than the Classic Official Version of the Game, there are several other Variations and versions of the game.
- UNO Attack Rules
- UNO Moo Rules
- UNO All Wild Rules
- UNO Spin Rules
- UNO Dare Rules
- UNO Flip Rules
- Spicy UNO Rules
- UNO Junior Rules
- UNO Emoji Rules
- UNO Flex Rules
Knowing To play UNO In Different Platforms & Variations
The posts below will show you many ways to play UNO.
FAQs on UNO Game
What’s the longest game of UNO ever played?
The longest game ever played was for 170 hours in 2011.
Is UNO Skill or Luck?
Playing UNO is Majorly Luck and also depends on an amount of strategy and Skill to play the game. Learn more about whether UNO is Skill or Luck here in this post.
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