Uno For Nintendo Game Boy Color. The Best Selling Card Game.!
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Basically a juiced-up version of Crazy Eights, UNO GBC pits you against one to three CPU-controlled players or, if you have a Game Link Cable, a real rival. The basic idea is to match the color (red, yellow, blue or green) or value (0 through 9, plus specials) of the face-up card. If you can't, you have to draw a card from the face-down deck.
The strategy pivots around a bevy of special cards, including Draw 2, All Draw 2, Swap Hands, Skip next player, Reverse direction, Wild Card and the UNO big kahuna, Wild Draw 4. The first player to run out of cards wins the hand.
The CPU then totals the value of the cards remaining in the other players' hands. In plain old UNO, all the points go to the winner of the hand. Games go to 100, 300, 500, 700, 1,000 or 2,000 points. In slower Challenge UNO, each player is credited with the points remaining in his or her hand, with the last player reaching the specified point total winning the game.