Game Description:Like Crazy Eights, UNO challenges you to empty your hand one card at a time by matching the color or number of the card on the top of the discard pile. If you can’t make a match when your turn arrives, you must take a card from the draw pile. Strategy comes into play when deciding on the right moment to use a special action card, such as the Wild Color card that allows you to call out a new color or the Draw Two card that forces the next player to take two cards and miss their turn. When you drop your penultimate card, you must call “Uno!” or another player can force you to draw two cards.
On the iPod, you can play UNO against one to three human or computer-controlled players, the latter with three levels of difficulty. In Career mode, you tackle 15 increasingly difficult rounds against computer opponents; along the way, you unlock reward cups for accomplishing various tasks, such as winning the game without drawing any cards, and collect new backgrounds and other items. Career mode also tracks all of your vital statistics, including wins and losses, the number of times you’ve called “Uno!,” and more.
Career mode matches feature a variety of special rules, introduced one by one as you progress through the 15 rounds, that you can also use any time by setting up a custom match. They include: