UNO Paw Patrol Rules And Cards

UNO Paw Patrol is a fun and easy card game variation of UNO for kids aged 3 and up and is based on the popular UNO game and the animated Paw Patrol movie. The game has 56 cards with colorful images of the Paw Patrol characters, such as Chase, Skye, Marshall, Liberty, and Ryder. The game also has a special “Silver Badge” card that adds more excitement to the gameplay.

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UNO Paw Patrol Cards

The UNO Junior Paw Patrol deck contains 56 cards divided into four colors: red, blue, green, and yellow. Each color has 14 cards, 10 number cards (0-9) with a matching character graphic, such as Chase, Skye, Marshall, 2 action cards (Reverse and Skip) with a paw print graphic, 1 action card (Draw 1 or Draw 2) with a Ryder graphic, 1 penalty card (Wild or Wild Draw 4) with a Liberty graphic.

The game also has one special card Silver Badge card that is not part of any color with a silver badge graphic. The cards in UNO Junior Paw Patrol have different functions depending on the level of play. Here are the meanings of each card type in uno junior paw patrol:

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  • Number cards (0-9): The number or the color can match these cards. They also have a matching character graphic, such as Chase, Skye, Marshall, etc. For example, you can match a blue 5 with Chase with another blue card, another 5 card, or another Chase card.
  • Reverse cards: The color can match these cards. They also change the direction of play. If the game was going one way, it will now go the other way, and vice versa.
  • Skip cards: The color can match these cards. They also skip the next player’s turn. For example, if you play a skip card, the player after you will lose their turn and the game will move on to the next player.
  • Draw 1 cards: the color can match these cards. They also make the next player draw one card from the draw pile and skip their turn. For example, if you play a draw 1 card, the player after you will have to take one card and lose their turn.
  • Draw 2 cards: The color can match these cards. They also force the next player to take two cards and miss their turn. For example, if you play a draw 2 card, the player after you will have to take two cards and lose their turn.
  • Wild cards: These cards can be played on any card. They also let you choose the color for the next card to be played. For example, if you play a wild card, you can say “red,” and the next player must play a red card or another wild card.
  • Wild Draw 4 cards: These cards can be played on any card. They also let you choose the color for the next card to be played and make the next player draw four cards from the draw pile and skip their turn. For example, if you play a wild draw 4 card, you can say “green” and the next player will have to take four cards and lose their turn.
  • Silver Badge card: This card can be played on any card. It also forces the next player to draw cards from the draw pile until they get a card with Chase, Rubble, or Marshall. For example, if you play a silver badge card, the next player must keep drawing cards until they find one with Chase, Rubble, or Marshall.

UNO Paw Patrol Rules

The game has three levels of play, so you can choose the one that suits your child’s skills and preferences. Here are the uno junior paw patrol rules for all three levels of play: 

  1. Level One is simple matching, where you only need to match the cards’ color or animal. 
  2. Level Two introduces action cards, such as Reverse, Skip, Draw 1, and Draw 2, that can change the game’s direction or make other players draw more cards. 
  3. Level Three adds penalty cards, such as Wild and Wild Draw 4, that change the color or make other players draw even more cards.

How to Play Paw Petrol UNO

The goal of winning the Paw Patrol uno game is to be the first player to get rid of all your cards. You do this by matching the card on top of the discard pile with a card from your hand, either by color, number, or character. 

For example, you can match a blue card with another blue card, a card with the number 5 with another card with the number 5, or a card with Chase with another card with Chase.

 If you can’t match any card, you must draw one from the draw pile. If the draw pile runs out of cards, you must shuffle the discard pile and use it as the new draw pile.

The game round ends when you have left only one card, and shout “UNO” when you play your last card. If you forget and someone notices, you must take four cards. The game ends when someone has no cards. The winner is the player with the most minor points.

The points of the cards are as follows:

  • Number cards (0-9): face value
  • Action cards (Reverse, Skip, Draw 1, Draw 2): 10 points each.
  • Penalty cards (Wild, Wild Draw 4): 20 points each
  • Silver Badge card: 30 points

UNO Junior Paw Patrol is a fun card game for kids with characters from the Paw Patrol movie. It has three levels that can be changed to fit the child’s needs. The game also has a special Silver Badge card that adds more excitement and challenge to the gameplay.

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