The color in play constantly changes in Uno
Admit it. You are obsessed with Uno. You often wake up in the middle of the night yelling "Uno!" You chuckle with evil glee every time you hand someone a Draw Four Wild Card. Now you no longer have to carry around a deck of Uno cards with you everywhere. Gameloft has brought this classic family card game to your Android device, in all its colorful, turn-reversing glory.
Special cards can skip turns, reverse turn order, change colors, and make you draw cards
Playing Cards Gone Wild
For the uninitiated, Uno resembles the card game Crazy 8s, but Uno is far crazier than its inspiration. There are always four players in a single match. The deck has four colors: Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow; and the cards are numbered from 0 to 9. You drop a card from your hand into the discard pile to match either the color or the number laid by the previous player. The first person to drop all his cards is the winner. But within the deck are special cards that add an element of surprise to the game: Wild Card, Reverse, Skip, Draw Two Cards, and the dreaded Draw Four Wild Card. These special cards make Uno wildly unpredictable. Just as someone thinks they're about to win the game, the momentum can suddenly swing against them. And you must exclaim "Uno!" when you're down to one card, or you have to draw two cards!
Uno comes in three game modes: Quick Play, Tournament, and Multiplayer. Quick Play allows you to get in a single game against three Android opponents. In Tournament, you try to win the best of five matches. In Multiplayer, you can play against human and computer opponents, assigning the four player positions to either a person or the Android. Within all these modes, Uno keeps track of your statistics and achievements. Uno comes with a full range of options, including profile set-up, difficulty level, scoring and penalty rules, sound and assistant toggles, different backgrounds, challenge and force play modes, and options to enable Uno 7-0 and Jump-In. Uno!