The UNO Nothin But Paper Rules And Cards

Uno Nothin But Paper is an eco-friendly version of the UNO card game that can be recycled. It is made with certified paper and printed with soy-based ink. There is no plastic wrapping, so the whole deck and package can be recycled.

Uno Nothin But Paper
Uno Nothin But Paper

How to Play Uno Nothin But Paper

Uno Nothin But Paper Cards is a card game that follows the same rules as the original Uno, but with a twist, as it is made entirely of paper and can be recycled. The uno nothing game comprises 112 cards divided into four colors: red, yellow, green, and blue. Each color has cards numbered from 0 to 9, as well as action cards that can change the course of the game. You can buy it online from

The uno nothin but paper winning target is to be the first player to get rid of all the cards in their hand. To do this, players must match the color or number of the top card on the discard pile or play a wild card. If a player cannot play a card, they must draw one from the draw pile.

When a player has only one card left in their hand, they must shout “Uno!” to tell the other players, he is playing his last card. If they fail, they must draw two cards as a penalty. The game ends when one player has no cards left, or the draw pile is empty. The winner is the player with the lowest score, calculated by adding the points of the cards left in their hand. The 500 points in uno nothin are as follows:

  • Number cards (0 to 9): Cards face value
  • Action cards (Skip, Reverse, Draw Two): 20 points each
  • Wild cards (Wild, Wild Draw Four): 50 points each

Uno Nothin But Paper Cards

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The standard Uno Nothin But Paper deck contains 112 cards – the same number as a regular Uno deck. However, The 112 cards deck of uno nothing but paper is composed of:

  • 76 number cards
  • 4 blank cards
  • 8 Draw cards
  • 8 Reverse card
  • 8 Skip card
  • 8 Wild card

Uno Nothin But Paper Cards Meaning

  • Number Cards (76 cards): These number cards in Uno Nothin has 0 to 9 numbers written on them and can be played on the same number or color of the cards.
  • Blank Cards (4 cards): These cards have randomly assigned instructions printed on the back such as “Draw 3 Cards”, “Miss a Turn”, “Reverse the Direction” etc. Players must follow the text when drawing these cards.
  • Draw Cards (8 cards): Similar to standard Uno, these cards force the next player to pick up x number of cards as indicated on the back.
  • Reverse Cards (8 cards): Function like the regular Uno Reverse card, changing the direction of play.
  • Skip Cards (8 cards): Skip the next player’s turn as per a traditional Uno Skip.
  • Wild Cards (8 cards): The wild cards allow the player to change the color/instruction of the card to their advantage and make the next player follow a challenge of their choice.
  • Wild Draw Four: The player who plays this card can choose any color for the next card to be played, and the next player, in turn order, must draw four cards from the draw pile and skip their turn.
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Uno Nothin But Paper Rules

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  • Players can deal 7 cards each from a shuffled deck placed facedown, and the remaining cards form the draw pile.
  • The player to the left of the dealer starts by placing a card from their hand face up in the center. It can be any card.
  • On each turn, a player must either match the color/instruction of the face-up card OR play a Wild or Action card (Draw, Skip, Reverse etc).
  • If unable to play, the player must draw from the pile until getting a playable match or action card.
  • When playing an action card, its effect takes place immediately. For example, a Draw 2 means the next player draws 2 cards.
  • Wild cards allow changing of the color/rule for the next player to follow. The Wild card player states the new condition.
  • The first player to discard all their cards by legally matching shouts “Uno!”
  • If called on not holding a single card and found to be false, the player draws 2 cards as a penalty.
  • The game ends when all but one player has discarded all their cards, making them the winner.

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