The UNO All Wild Card Game

Uno All Wild is a variation of the classic card game Uno, where all the cards are Wild and have different effects. The players’ goal in the game is to be the first to get rid of all their cards. If you have only one card left, you must say “Uno!” If you don’t, you will be punished by having to draw two cards. You can buy these cards from Amazon.com.

How to Play Uno All Wild

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Uno All Wild Cards

To play Uno All Wild, you need a deck of 108 cards, which consists of 13 sets of 8 cards of each type. You can also use a regular Uno deck and remove all the numbered cards, leaving only the Wild cards. The game can be played by 2 to 10 players, but it is more fun with 3 to 6 players.

Uno All Wild Cards Meaning

There are 8 types of cards in Uno All Wild, and each one has a different effect. Here is a list of the cards and their effects:

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  • Wild card: This is the most common card in Uno All Wild, and the only one that does not have any effect. You can play this card anytime, and you can say any color you want, but it does not matter. This card is useful when you have no matching card to play, or when you want to save your other cards for later.
  • Wild Skip: This card makes the next player skip their turn. You can use this card to stop someone from playing a card that could hurt you, or to give yourself another turn if you are the last player.
  • Wild Skip Two: This card makes the next two players skip their turns. This card is more powerful than the Wild Skip, as it can affect more players. Use this card to create distance from opponents or gain two extra turns when playing with one other player.
  • Wild Reverse: This card changes the direction of play. If the game was going clockwise, it will go anti-clockwise, and vice versa. You can use this card to change the order of the players, or to avoid someone who has a card that could hurt you.
  • Wild Draw Two: This card makes the next player draw two cards and skip their turn. You can use this card to make someone have more cards in their hand, or to stop them from playing a card that could hurt you.
  • Wild Targeted Draw Two: This card lets you choose a player to draw two cards. Unlike the Wild Draw Two, the chosen player does not have to skip their turn. You can use this card to make someone have more cards in their hand, or to target someone who is close to winning.
  • Wild Draw Four: This card makes the next player draw four cards and skip their turn. This is the most powerful card in Uno All Wild, as it can make someone have a lot of cards in their hand, or stop them from playing a card that could hurt you. 
  • In Uno All Wild, colors don’t matter. You can play this card at any time. This is different from other versions of Uno where you can only play it if you have no other cards.
  • Wild Forced Swap: This card lets you swap your cards with another player. You can use this card to get rid of your cards and take someone else’s cards, or to give someone your cards and take theirs. This card can be extremely useful or extremely risky, depending on the situation.
  • If you swap cards with someone who has only one card left, you have to say “Uno!” and so do they. This applies even if both of you have only one card left after the swap.

Uno All Wild Rules Gameplay

To start the game, the dealer shuffle the deck and deal 7 cards to each player. Position the leftover cards face down in the middle of the table to form the draw pile. Turn over the top card of the draw pile and place it next to it as the discard pile.

Uno All Wild Rules Gameplay
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This card is the first card of the game, and it can be any type of card. The player to the left of the dealer starts the game by playing a card that matches the type of the card on the discard pile. For example, if the first card is a Wild Skip, the first player can play any card that is a Wild Skip. Then, the effect of the card is applied, and the next player takes their turn. 

The game continues as each player plays a card that matches the type of the card on the discard pile. They also apply the effect of the card they played. If a player does not have a card that matches the type of the card on the discard pile, they have to draw a card from the draw pile and play it if possible. If they still cannot play, they have to pass their turn. 

However, before playing their last card, they have to say “Uno!” to let the other players know that they have only one card left. If they forget to say “Uno!” and another player catches them, they have to draw two cards as a penalty. The game can also end if the draw pile runs out of cards, in which case the player with the fewest cards in their hand wins the game.

Uno All Wild Winning

To win points, you need to score more points than your opponents in each round. The points are based on the cards left in your opponents’ hands. Wild cards are worth 20 points each, and all the Wild action cards are worth 50 points each. The first player to earn 500 points or more wins the game.

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