With new rules and a random card launcher, UNO Attack puts some new twists on the classic family card game. Kidzworld reviews and shows you how to play this new card game for kids.
The dealer turns up one of the cards to start the Draw pile at the beginning of the game. The Uno Attack card symbols have somewhat different meanings if one of the special cards are turned up in this situation.
UNO Attack! adds some new twists to this classic card game with a random rapid-fire launcher. The object of the game is still to get rid of all the cards in your hand, but this updated version has some new cards and rules. Instead of selecting cards from the top of the deck, you press the button on the random card launcher, which will shoot out anywhere between 0 and 9 cards. So, you might get lucky and not have to pick up any or you may end up with a ton of new cards in your hand. UNO Attack! has also added a "Change Hands" card, which lets you swap hands with any other player. The new cards and the card launcher makes the game a little less predictable but it's still as fun as the original.
The big downside to UNO Attack! is that the card-launcher takes three C size batteries which aren't included - that's and added expense for a something that simply shoots out a few cards. Overall, UNO Attack! is a highly addictive game that's easy to learn and fun to play with a big group of [KWLINK 2374[b]friends or family.
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