What do the symbol cards mean in UNO?

What do the symbol cards mean in UNO?

The game continues until a player has one card left. The moment a player has just one card they must yell “UNO!”. If they are caught not saying “Uno” by another player before the next player has taken their turn, that player must draw two new cards as a penalty. These are called Action or Symbol cards.

What are the rules for the swap hands card in UNO?

Wild Swap Hands card – When you play this card, you may choose any opponent and swap all the cards in your hand with all the cards in their hand. This is a wild card so you may play it on your turn even if you have another playable card in your hand. Also, you choose the color that resumes play.

What’s the best Uno game?

5 Best Uno games to have fun time

  • Mattel Games Uno Flip Side Card Game. The Mattel games Uno flip side card game is an exciting new version of the classic Uno game.
  • Uno Fast Fun. The Uno Fast Fun is recommended for ages 4 and above.
  • GoBagee Uno card game.
  • Cardinal Giant Uno Giant Game.
  • Mattel Uno Emoji.

What are the different types of Uno games?

  • Uno Royal Revenge.
  • Uno Moo!
  • Uno Retro Edition.
  • Uno Dare.
  • Uno Blast.
  • My First Uno: Thomas and Friends.
  • Uno Splash.
  • Uno Spin.

What does a 7 mean in UNO?

When someone plays a 7, that player must swap hands with another player. When anyone plays a 0, everyone rotates hands in the direction of play.

Can you end UNO with a switch card?

Yes, you can end the game with an action card. If it is however, a Draw Two or Wild Draw Four card, the next player must draw the 2 or 4 cards respectively. These cards are counted when the points are totaled.

Can you win UNO with a swap hands?

When you play the Swap Hands card, swapping hands with another player is optional. So you can win by playing that card.

Can a 5 year old play Skip-Bo?

The first player to get rid of their stockpile cards is the winner. Skip-Bo Junior is perfect for 2 to 4 players aged 5 years old and up. Includes 96 cards and instructions.

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