UNO is a standard game for anyone; easy to play, but difficult to master.
Like many other classic games, UNO is easily recognizable. UNO's rules have stayed the same throughout the years. Match the color of the cards, change colors with the same number, or use a wild card to change the flow of the game.
It is no different, the same rules apply; but in a digital format. UNO contains various options with quick play like the difficulty and points to win the match. Anyone who knows the simple rules will be able to jump right in and start playing.
UNO also features a tournament mode and a multiplayer so multiple people can experience Uno on one phone. UNO’s visuals focus on the cards. There is not much more needed to experience the game. Strangely enough, UNO does not display full screen, but a little less than half of the screen.
The interface of UNO is simple and focuses on the game without unnecessary add-ons. But at the same time, UNO is simply UNO.
UNO is a classic game and anyone who knows how to play will be right at home.