A detailed look at the rules for how to play ONO 99 a 1980 and 2021 family card game published by Mattel Games.
Top That! relies on a lot of luck like most card games, but it actually has some interesting ideas that I haven’t really seen in other card games.
The Dukes of Hazzard Card Game is a good example of what you get when you slap a popular franchise on a popular game, kind of a mess that doesn’t really work.
UNO Rummy-Up owes a lot to Rummikub as it is basically the same game with an UNO twist making it one of if not the best UNO spinoff game ever made.
Where’s Waldo? Waldo Watcher Card Game is a very basic find the hidden object game that feels like it was more of an attempt to cash in on the popularity of the character than making an actual enjoyable game.
A look at the UNO franchise including a complete list and a look at all of the UNO spinoffs and themed decks.
Skip-Bo is a mindless enjoyable card game that anyone can play but lasts too long and relies too much on luck to be anything more than an average card game.
UNO Hearts tries its’ own spin on the trick taking game Hearts but just ends up adding more luck to the game.
Turning UNO into a tile laying game adds some interesting mechanics but adds just as many issues.