Uno: the family-friendly card game
For more than 40 years, Uno has been a card game that just about everyone in the family can play. The object is simple – get rid of all your cards before everyone else. Match the number, colour, or type of card to play; use a wild if you don't have a match, or draw from the pile until you get a card you can play.
Points and winning
Each of the cards has a points value, and when you go out first you get all the points from the cards left in your opponents' hands. Then, shuffle and deal a new round. The first player to 500 points wins the game in standard Uno rules.
Other ways to play
Two players playing two-handed? Partners switching off and tallying team points to determine a winner? Multi-table tournaments for eight players? Everything you need to know is inside the instruction guide, along with scoring and standard play details.