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UNO Games: The Complete List of All Themed Decks and Spinoffs

Originally created back in 1971 by Merle Robbins, the card game UNO is one of the more popular card games ever created. A twist on the public domain game Crazy Eights, UNO is a game that almost everyone has played at least once in their lives. The basic premise of the game is to try and get rid of all of your cards as quickly as possible. To play a card it has to either match the number/symbol or color of the last card played. When you are down to only one card make sure you say “UNO” or you will have to draw additional cards.

While most people are quite familiar with the original UNO, you may be surprised by how many different UNO games have been created. With how popular the original game was it is not all that surprising. Instead of looking at the original UNO I thought it would be more interesting to look at some of the more obscure games in the UNO franchise which includes the spinoff games and the themed decks.

Spinoff Games

Like a lot of popular board games, the owners of the UNO brand have tried to cash in on the popularity of the game. While most of the UNO games just involve a new theme being added to the game (see themed decks below), there have actually been a surprising number of games designed using the UNO theme that actually differ from the original UNO. Most of these games add a new mechanic/contraption to UNO while others take the UNO theme and apply it to another type of game.

Box for DOS

DOS

  • Year: 2018
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Nick Hayes
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: DOS is basically the unofficial sequel to UNO as it even follows the same naming convention. Many of the gameplay mechanics are the same, but there are a few differences. In the game there are two different discard piles that you can play off of. To play a card it either has to match the number of the top card on one of the discard piles, or a player can play two cards that add up to the number on top of one of the discard piles. If a player also matches the color they will receive a bonus. A player is allowed to play a card(s) to both piles if possible. If a player can’t play a card(s) they will draw a card from the draw pile. The objective of the game is to get rid of all of the cards from your hand. Instead of calling out UNO when you only have one card left, you will say DOS when you have two cards left. The winner of a hand will score points from the cards left in the other players’ hands.

Mini Review: I have a lot of mixed feelings about DOS. It shares quite a bit in common with UNO, and yet it feels a lot different as well. There are some things that I think it does better and other things that I think it does worse. The game has a much greater emphasis on numbers as all cards that are played must include numbers that match. This adds some interesting elements to the game. The fact that you can combine cards to make a match and even possibly play to both piles makes it much easier to get rid of cards. This adds some strategy to the game and makes rounds move quicker. It also adds quite a bit of luck though as rounds end too quickly and there is little player interaction. DOS has a lot of potential and yet it feels like it kind of wastes it without some house rules. Without house rules I think DOS is worse than UNO, but I can see some people enjoying it more. Check out our review of DOS for more information.

UNO Attack!/UNO Extreme

  • Year: 1999
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Attack takes the gameplay of traditional UNO and adds in a card shooter. Whenever a player can’t play a card they must press the button on the card shooter. This may trigger the machine to shoot out some cards. Any cards that the machine shoots out the player who pressed the button has to add to their hand. In addition to the machine the game includes a couple unique cards:

  • Hit 2: Press the button twice and take any cards that are shot out.
  • Trade Hands: The player who plays the card can trade their hand with any other player.
  • Discard All: Discard all of the cards matching the color of the discard all card.
  • Wild All Hit: Each player takes turns pressing the button until cards shoot out of the machine.
  • Wild Hit-Fire: The next player has to keep pressing the button until cards are shot out of the machine.

UNO Bingo

  • Year: 1997
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Childrens
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 6+
  • Where You Can Buy: eBay

Description: UNO Bingo is not surprisingly a combination of UNO with Bingo. The players roll dice which determines which number is called. Otherwise the game is played exactly like normal Bingo. The first player to cover all of the spots in a line wins the game.

UNO Blast

  • Year: 2012
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Blast is played like normal UNO except for the card blaster and some new cards. When a player is unable to play a card they draw a card like normal. Instead of adding the card to their hand, they put the card into one of the slots of the card blaster. If placing the card triggers the blaster, the player has to take all of the cards that were shot out. The special cards in the game include the following:

  • Draw One: The next player draws the top card from the draw pile and has to insert it into the card blaster.
  • Discard Color: The player who plays the card can discard all of the cards they have of the corresponding color.
  • Wild Blast: The next player has to keep drawing cards and placing them in the blaster until the blaster shoots out cards.

UNO Blitzo Game

UNO Blitzo

  • Year: 2000
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Blitzo is a combination of UNO with an electronic game like Simon. On a player’s turn the game unit will give you a command of what “card” you are supposed to play. If you have the correct card you press the corresponding button as quick as possible. If you press the wrong button or take too long, the game unit will give you a punishment. If the instant UNO sound plays during your turn, you can hit the UNO button to get rid of all but one of your cards. The first player to get rid of all of their cards first wins the game.

Mini Review: UNO Blitzo is an interesting take on your traditional UNO game. The game basically take the traditional UNO gameplay and streamlines it to work as an electronic game. In some ways it kind of feels like UNO was combined with a game like Bop-It. This works in some ways. The streamlining allows the game to move quickly. This keeps the game interesting as it is fun trying to follow the directions as quickly as possible. Your reaction time will definitely be tested in the game. People who like these type of electronic games will probably have fun with UNO Blitzo. For streamlining the original UNO though the game has a higher learning curve than you would expect. It takes some time to figure out what buttons you are supposed to press in certain situations. Like the original UNO the game also relies on a quite a bit of luck as your skill won’t be able to overcome bad luck. Check out our full review of UNO Blitzo for more information.

UNO Choo-Choo

  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Fischer Price, Mattel
  • Genre: Card, Children’s
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 3+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon,eBay

Description: UNO Choo-Choo is an UNO game designed for preschoolers. The game includes a train component which dispenses the cards when you press on the smokestack. Players need to either match the color of the boxcar or the animal on the previously played card. For special cards UNO Choo-Choo includes both a draw one and a wild card. The first player to get rid of all of their cards first wins the game.

UNO Colors Rule!

  • Year: 2016
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Colors Rule includes four color pawns which correspond to four different special powers. The red power lets a player give all of their red cards to another player at any time. The blue power lets a player play two card on their turn. The green power lets a player immediately play the card they drew even if it doesn’t match the top card on the discard pile. The yellow power lets a player avoid any skip, reverse, draw 2, wild draw 4 and red character cards played against you. Players will gain one of the powers when they play the corresponding special wild card.

UNO Dice (1987)

  • Year: 1987
  • Publisher: International Games, Mattel
  • Designer: Merle Robbins (1987)
  • Genre: Dice
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: As it is not uncommon for popular board games to be turned into dice games it is not surprising that UNO Dice has had a number of different versions created over the years. Most of these versions are quite different as well. The 1987 version of the game features three different games that you can play with the dice. The first involves rolling dice and playing them to a tray where they match the color or number of a previously played dice. The second game is a Yahtzee/Yacht variant where you roll five dice and try to roll different combinations. In the third game you will roll dice and place them next to other dice that match the number, color or letter. The dice will score points based on the neighboring dice in the tray.

Box for UNO Dice

UNO Dice (1996)

  • Year: 1996
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Dice
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: Each player takes five dice to start the game and one of the dice is rolled and placed in the center of the table. At the beginning of a player’s turn they look at their current dice to see if one matches the color, number or command on the center dice. If one of their dice matches they will add it to the center of the table and the previous center die is returned to the bag. If none of their dice match the center dice they will roll all of their dice, and if any of these new dice match they can be played. If they still don’t have a match they will draw a die from the bag and roll it. Any rolled match can immediately be played. Otherwise the rest of the game is played mostly the same as the original game which includes the special actions. The first player to get rid of all of their dice will score points from the other player’s dice. The first player to score the designated number of points wins the game.

Mini Review: The 1996 version of UNO Dice is mostly what you would expect out of a UNO dice game. The game basically takes the traditional UNO gameplay and converts it into a dice game with only a few minor differences. Therefore your opinion of the 1996 version of UNO Dice will likely depend on your opinion of the original UNO as well as the idea of turning it into a dice game. For the most part it works pretty well as the transition to dice is pretty seamless. The game plays quickly and is easy to play. The addition of being able to see the other player’s dice also adds an interesting strategic element to the game. In a lot of ways the game doesn’t differentiate itself much from the original game though. For more information about the game check out our full review of UNO Dice.

Box for UNO Dice

UNO Dice (2011)

  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Dice
  • Number of Players: 2
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: Like the 1996 version of the game the 2011 version of UNO Dice follows many of the same mechanics as the original game. Players are given a number of dice at the beginning of the game with one dice being placed on the table to start the game. On a player’s turn they will check to see if one of their current dice either matches the color, number or symbol of the previously played dice. If a dice matches they will add the dice to the line of dice on the table. If the player does not have a match they will take the die at the back of the line and add it to the rest of their dice. They will then roll all of their dice. If they can now play one of their dice they will add it to the end of the line of dice. The players will take turns until one player plays their last die. They will score points for the other player’s dice that they weren’t able to play. The first player to score a certain amount of points wins the game.

Mini Review: In a lot of ways the 2011 version of UNO Dice is the same as the 1996 version. Both games basically turn the card game into a dice game. The gameplay is for the most part the same as the original card game. The 2011 version of the game is quick to play and easy to learn. You can have some fun with the game. There are two main differences between the 1996 and the 2011 versions of the game. The two games have different special dice. The biggest difference though is that the 2011 version only supports two players. This is the main reason why the 2011 version is inferior to the 1996 version. Only having two players in the game is less fun and it creates some issues for the game’s strategy. Of the two I would highly recommend the 1996 version over the 2011 version. Check out our full review of UNO Dice for more information.

UNO Dice (2019)

  • Year: 2019
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Emmorie Jossie
  • Genre: Dice
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: The 2019 version of UNO Dice is what is referred to as a roll and write dice game. Each player is given their own board and marker. The objective of the game is to cross off all of the spaces on your board. On a player’s turn they will roll all six of the dice. They also have the option to re-roll the dice if they don’t like the result. Starting with the number written down from your last turn you will try to form a chain from the dice that you rolled. Each dice in the chain must either match the number or color of the previous die in the chain. Once you have finished your chain write down the numbers on the dice you were able to add to the chain to your board. Then call out the number and color of the last dice in the chain. Any other player whose last space matches this dice can fill in the next space with this number. The special symbols give you various benefits to help yourself or hurt your opponents. The first player to fill in their entire board wins the game.

UNO: Disney

  • Year: 2002
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Merle Robbins
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: The game includes a special Tinkerbell card tray. The button on the tray is used when a player uses one of the special action cards. When a draw two card is played the player who played the card chooses a color and if it matches the color chosen by the tray the player can choose which player draws the two cards. If a draw four card is played all of the players have to play a card that matches the color chosen by the tray or they have to draw four cards. When a player plays a wild discard card, the player gets to discard all of the cards from their hand that matches the color chosen by the tray.

Uno Dominoes Box

UNO Dominos

  • Year: 1986
  • Publisher: International Games, Mattel
  • Genre: Tile Laying
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Dominos is basically UNO meets Dominoes. Players take turns playing a domino next to another domino that either matches the number or color. The special dominoes have the same effects as their card counterparts. The first player to get rid of all of their dominoes first wins the game and collects points from the tiles that the other players still have in their hands.

Mini Review: Basically the name of UNO Dominos tells you everything you need to know about the game. It is basically what you would get if you turned the card game into a tile laying game. Not being a huge fan of Dominoes I wasn’t a big fan of UNO Dominos. I felt that it was too easy to place dominoes and the game relied too much on luck. If you like UNO and Dominoes though, it might be the game for you. Check out our full review of UNO Dominos for more information.

Box for UNO Flash

UNO Flash

  • Year: 2007
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Tyler Kenney
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 3-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: In UNO Flash the main gameplay remains the same as the original UNO. The unique mechanic in UNO Flash is the electronic component. Instead of going clockwise/counterclockwise, the electronic component randomly chooses which player gets to play the next card. All action cards apply to the next player chosen by the electronic component. Play quickly though because if you don’t finish your turn in time you have to draw two cards. The game also includes one unique card, Slap. When the slap card is played all players race to press their button with the last player to press their button being forced to draw two cards.

Mini Review: In some ways I was surprised by UNO Flash and in other ways I was disappointed. I have to say that adding a speed element to UNO actually adds more to the game than I was expecting. The speed mechanic really speeds up the game and just adds a level of excitement that you don’t really find in other UNO games. The problem is that the electronic component adds even more luck to the UNO formula. I think the game also could have done more to fully utilize the electronic component. Even though it is not perfect I would still consider UNO Flash to be one of the better UNO spinoff games that I have played. If you are interested in playing UNO with a speed mechanic I think you will like UNO Flash. Check out our full review of UNO Flash for more information.

Box for UNO Flip

UNO Flip (2009)

  • Year: 2009
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card, Dexterity
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Flip takes the traditional UNO gameplay and adds a launching/flipping mechanic. The main gameplay is the same as the normal game. When a player plays a flip card they have the opportunity to launch their UNO guy. If they can land the UNO guy on another player’s crash pad, they get to give the other player one of their cards.

Mini Review: Before playing UNO Flip I actually had pretty high expectations for the game. Unfortunately UNO Flip doesn’t really add much to UNO. For the most part UNO Flip plays just like normal UNO. The only unique mechanic in UNO Flip is the launching mechanic and it rarely impacts the game. The mechanic doesn’t come into play very often and when it does only one card changes hands so it still doesn’t impact the game very much. The biggest problem though is that the launchers don’t really work that well. Most of the time you can only launch the UNO guys a short distance which makes it hard to land the UNO guy on the crash pads. I would only recommend picking up UNO Flip if you really like the idea of the launching mechanic and can find the game for cheap. For more information check out our full review of UNO Flip.

Box for UNO Flip

UNO Flip! (2019)

  • Year: 2019
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: In the 2019 version of UNO Flip! much of the gameplay is the same as the original game with one major twist. The goal in the game is still to get rid of all of your cards by playing cards that match the previous card’s color, number or symbol. The player who gets rid of all of their cards will score points from the cards left in the other players’ hands. The catch in UNO Flip! is that all of the cards in the game are double sided. The light side of the cards are the nicer side and are similar to the original UNO. The dark side of the cards are much more powerful. Whenever a player plays a flip card the players will flip all of the cards in the game to their other side which players will then have to play off of.

Mini Review: My first impression of UNO Flip! was that it felt like it might just be a gimmick. The idea of double sided cards was interesting, but I didn’t think it would play much of a role in the game. After playing the game though I can honestly say that UNO Flip! is arguably better than the original UNO. A large majority of the game plays exactly the same as normal UNO. The addition of double sided cards adds a surprising amount to the game though. The dark side has some new abilities which can have a big impact on the game. The biggest addition the double sided cards have on the game though is that they add a surprising amount of strategy to the game. As you can see the other side of the other players’ cards you can somewhat remember what cards the other players have should the cards get flipped over. You can use this along with other side effects from the double sided cards to implement more strategy than your typical UNO game. If you like the original UNO I would highly recommend picking up UNO Flip! as it takes the original game and improves upon it. For more information about the game check out our full review of UNO Flip!.

Box for UNO Hearts

UNO Hearts

  • Year: 1994
  • Publisher: International Games, Mattel
  • Designer: Jim Keifer
  • Genre: Trick Taking
  • Number of Players: 2-8
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Hearts is for the most part a combination of the game of Hearts with some of the special cards from UNO. The game is basically a typical trick taking game. Each round begins with a player playing a card and all of the other players playing a card of the same color if they are able to. The player who plays the highest card of the color that started the round takes all of the cards played in the round. Once thirteen rounds are played, all of the players score points for all of the hearts they collected. The player who scores the least points after a player has scored 60 points wins the game.

Mini Review: Not being much of a trick taking fan, I can’t say that I was a huge fan of UNO Hearts. I felt the game relied pretty heavily on luck and didn’t have a lot of decision making. It also didn’t help that a lot of the special cards unique to UNO Hearts actually make Hearts worse in my opinion. If you like trick taking games, Hearts in particular, it might be worth checking out UNO Hearts. Otherwise I would probably recommend passing. For more information check out my full review of UNO Hearts.

UNO House Rules

  • Year: 1998
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: eBay

Description: UNO House Rules was a card game that was based off a contest held by Mattel. The game uses a standard deck of UNO cards and has three variant rules that you can add to the game. Jump-In UNO adds a rule where players can play a card out of turn if they have the exact card (color and number) that is on top of the discard pile. Seven-O UNO forces players to pass their hand to the next player if certain cards are played. Finally in Progressive UNO if a player is forced to draw cards through a draw card, they can play the same card which will pass the penalty to the next player. Each additional card that is played is added to the number of cards that the player will have to draw.

Box for UNO Madness

UNO Madness

  • Year: 1995
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Jim Keifer
  • Genre: Tile Placement
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Madness is a combination of UNO and a game like Perfection. Players take turns playing tiles onto the gameboard. Tiles can be played to the board if they match the last tile’s color or number. If the timer runs out during a player’s turn, the current player draws four tiles and the game continues. If a player plays their last tile or fills in the last space the player scores points from the tiles held by the other players.

Mini Review: After playing UNO Madness it does feel like what you would get if you combined UNO with a timer mechanic similar to Perfection. Most of the mechanics in the game are the same as normal UNO except the cards have been replaced with tiles. The major difference is the addition of the gameboard which features a timer. The gameboard adds a speed element to the game as you want to finish your turn as quickly as possible so it doesn’t pop up during your turn. The additional speed element is kind of fun. The problem is that the gameboard mostly just adds more luck to the game as you don’t have much control over whether it will pop up during your turn. In a way the game is kind of fun, but the combination of the two games doesn’t work all that well. I personally would rather just play UNO or Perfection instead of trying to play a combination of both. Check out the full review of UNO Madness for more information.

UNO Master

  • Year: 1997
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: eBay

Description: UNO Master takes the original UNO and adds in a timer mechanic. Players can choose one of three time limits: eight, six, and four seconds. Each player has to play/draw a card and press the button before time runs out. If a player doesn’t press the button in time they are forced to draw four cards.

UNO Moo

  • Year: 2008
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Tyler Kenney
  • Genre: Children’s
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 3+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Moo is a version of UNO made for young children. Instead of cards the players are given animal figures. Players take turns playing figures that either match the color or animal of the figure that was played last. The game includes figures that represent skip (skunk) and wild (farmer). The first player to get rid of all of their figures first wins the game.

UNO Power Grab

  • Year: 2012
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-6
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Power Grab is similar to normal UNO but it includes four power towers. Each of the four power towers give you protection against one of the action cards. One tower protects you against draw one cards, one against draw two cards, one against wild draw four cards, and one against skip cards. The game includes special cards and number cards with a special symbol that let you take the corresponding tower. If one player ever acquires all four power towers they can immediately discard all but one of their cards.

UNO Reflex

  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Westley Ciarmella, Keith Millman
  • Genre: Card, Speed
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Reflex includes an electronic component. The normal game is played the same as the original UNO except that you must press the button on the electronic component each time you play a card. If a light appears on the device the players race to play a card of the matching color and press the button. The player who presses the button first gets to play their card and play passes to the next player. If you put the wrong color card down in front of you and press the button, you have to draw two cards.

UNO Roboto

  • Year: 2011
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Merle Robbins, Brian S. Spence
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 6+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Roboto includes a robotic electronic component. Players will use the robot to record their name and their special house rule. These recordings will be replayed during the game. Gameplay is the same as the original UNO for the most part. Occasionally the robot will interrupt the game by speaking. Players stop playing the game and perform the action that the robot says. The last player to perform the action generally has to draw cards. The first player to get rid of all of their cards wins the game.

Box for UNO Royal Revenge

UNO Royal Revenge

  • Year: 2014
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: The game includes a crown, jester hat, and royal scepter. Players will take turns as the king. Throughout the game the scepter will make a noise which indicates that the player to the left of the current king will become the new king. When a player becomes the king they get to choose the player that will be the jester. These two roles come into play for some of the special cards. Some of the cards allow the king to choose the color of a wild or which player will have to draw cards. The jester has a card that forces them to draw a card when it is played.

Mini Review: UNO Royal Revenge is one of the strangest UNO spinoff games that I have played. Much of the gameplay is exactly the same as normal UNO. In a lot of ways it feels like the game was made simpler to appeal more to younger children. The main difference is the addition of the roles of king and jester. These come into play for some of the cards as the king will get additional powers while the jester will suffer more penalties. I can see this really appealing to younger children as it adds quite a bit of silliness to the game. The problem is that it also adds considerably more luck to the game. While younger children may enjoy the game I think adults and older children will find UNO Royal Revenge to be quite boring. Check out our full review of UNO Royal Revenge for more information.

Box for UNO Rummy-Up

UNO Rummy-Up

  • Year: 1993
  • Publisher: International Games, Mattel
  • Genre: Party
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Rummy-UP is basically a combination of UNO and Rummikub. The game is played following the same rules as Rummikub except that the game includes the special actions from normal UNO. The goal is to try and get rid of all of your tiles before the other players.

Mini Review: UNO Rummy-Up is one of the more interesting UNO spinoff games. I would say that it arguably the best UNO spinoff game that I have played, and yet it has very little to do with the original UNO. Basically the game feels like the designer(s) took Rummikub and added on an UNO theme. Most of the gameplay is taken from Rummikub. This is one of the game’s greatest strengths as the gameplay is pretty simple and a lot of fun. The game relies on some luck, but there is a surprising amount of strategy to figuring out how to manipulate the tiles played to the table. UNO mostly comes into play with the addition of the special tiles. These add some variety to the game, but also add some luck. As the game is more Rummikub than UNO your opinion of Rummikub is likely going to impact your opinion of UNO Rummy-Up more than UNO. I really enjoyed the game even though that was mostly because I really like Rummikub. For more information check out our full review of UNO Rummy-Up.

Box for UNO Spin

UNO Spin

  • Year: 2005
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Janice Ritter
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Spin takes the basic premise of UNO and adds a spinner. Gameplay is the same as normal UNO except for when a player plays a spin card. When a player plays a spin card the next player will spin the wheel and take the corresponding action. Some of the special actions include: discarding all of your cards of a certain color/number, drawing until you get a card of the corresponding color, trading hands, and several other special actions.

Mini Review: UNO Spin is a solid addition to the UNO franchise. It doesn’t drastically change the game but it is a nice distraction. The spinner doesn’t have a huge impact on the game but it feels like it compliments the main game more than taking it over. The spinner does add even more luck to UNO though.  If you are interested in an UNO game that also features a  spinner I think you will like UNO Spin. See our full review of UNO Spin for more information.

UNO Stacko

  • Year: 1994
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Jim Keifer
  • Genre: Dexterity
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 8+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Stacko is basically UNO meets Jenga. There are two different versions of UNO Stacko. The older versions of the game have players remove blocks and place them on the top of the stack based on what is rolled on a special die. The later versions remove the die and have players take a block that either matches the color or number of the previous block that was taken. The later versions also include special action blocks which work the same way as their corresponding cards from normal UNO. The player that knocks over the tower loses the game.

UNO Tiki Twist

  • Year: 2014
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: The main unique mechanic in UNO Tiki Twist is the tiki idol spinner. This game includes unique tiki face cards which can be played at any time and don’t have to match the top card on the discard pile. When a player plays a tiki card they insert it into the tiki idol spinner and then spin the spinner. The player that the spinner points towards will have to take the action corresponding to the card that was placed inside the idol. These actions include: draw one, draw two, draw four, discard two, discard all, and go to. When a player plays a card with a spin symbol on it, they will spin the idol and the chosen player will take the action of the last card added to the idol.

Box for UNO Tippo

UNO Tippo

  • Year: 2009
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Genre: Card, Dexterity
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Tippo is a combination of UNO with a dexterity game. UNO Tippo plays the same as normal UNO but it includes a scale that has two discard piles. Players can play cards to either discard pile. If a player plays a card that tips over the scale, the scale is reset and the player draws two cards from the draw pile. The first player to get rid of all of their cards first wins the round. UNO Tippo includes two new cards:

  • Tilt: Players take turns adding cards from the draw pile onto the discard pile that the card was played to until someone tips over the scale.
  • Stop: When a stop card is played to a discard pile, players cannot play cards to that discard pile unless a specific card is played.

Mini Review: Before playing UNO Tippo I actually had high hopes for the game. The idea of adding a dexterity mechanic to UNO sounded interesting. I also found it interesting for an UNO game to have two discard piles. The idea of the stacking mechanic where players had to choose which discard pile they want to play a card on had potential. The problem is that none of the mechanics work as well as they should. There really is no dexterity in the game as the scale only tips over if too many cards are added to one side. The game also forces players to draw cards too often which extends the game for too long. The game has potential but could use some variant rules. If the concept sounds interesting it might be worth trying as it is a unique experience but it has issues. If you would like more information check out our full review of UNO Tippo.

UNO Wild Jackpot

  • Year: 2016
  • Publisher: Mattel
  • Designer: Nick Hayes, Brian Weinstock
  • Genre: Card
  • Number of Players: 2-10
  • Age Recommendation: 7+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: UNO Wild Jackpot is a a UNO game that utilizes a slot machine mechanic. Special cards in the game allow players to pull the lever on the slot machine. Some of the special actions on the slot machine have players draw one of the customizable rule cards, discard cards, or draw cards. UNO Wild Jackpot has three unique cards. The game has customizable rule cards which allows each player to write their own unique rule. The jackpot and wild jackpot cards allow the player who plays the card to pull the lever on the slot machine.

Box for Uno Wild Tiles

UNO Wild Tiles

  • Year: 1982
  • Publisher: International Games
  • Genre: Tile Laying
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Age Recommendation: 8+
  • Where You Can Buy: Amazon, eBay

Description: In UNO Wild Tiles players use circular tiles which contain colored numbers and arrows. Players take turns playing tiles to the gameboard. Each subsequent player has to play a tile that matches the color or number of the last played tile. The arrow on each tile indicates which space that the next tile has to be played on. When a player plays a tile on a space that contains words the player has to follow the instructions printed on the space. The first player to get rid of all of their tiles or the player with the least tiles when no more tiles can be played, wins the round.

Mini Review: When you look at UNO Wild Tiles the game actually has an interesting premise. The idea of adding a gameboard mechanic to UNO had some potential. UNO Wild Tiles feels familiar to the original game and yet feels unique at the same time. I was actually surprised that UNO Wild Tiles feels like it has more strategy than normal UNO. The problem with UNO Wild Tiles is that at times it also feels like it relies more on luck than the original game. Some tiles are really hard to get rid of and some of the instruction spaces can have a huge impact on the game. If the idea of adding a gameboard to UNO sounds interesting it may be worth taking a look at UNO Wild Tiles but I would otherwise pass on the game. Check out our full review of UNO Wild Tiles for more information.

Themed Decks

In addition to spin-off games, there have been a lot of different themed UNO decks. The theme decks of UNO share all of the normal rules of UNO. The main difference between all of the decks is that the artwork is changed in order to fit the theme of the deck. Otherwise a lot of the decks have one or two unique cards that have rules that are not included in the original UNO. Some of these new cards are unique to their particular UNO game but a lot of the decks feature similar new cards. Some of the most popular new cards are as follows:

Acquisition: The player who plays the card chooses a card that they want. If another player has the card they have to trade it for a card that the player who played the card chooses.

All Players Discard: All of the players will get to discard a card(s).

All Players Draw: All players other than the player who played the card will have to draw a card(s).

Discard All But One: The player who plays the card gets to discard all but one of their cards.

Discard All Color: The player who plays the card gets to discard all of the cards from their hand of one color.

Draw Until: A player has to keep drawing cards until they draw a specific card.

Draw Until Get Color: The player who plays the card chooses a color. The chosen player(s) will have to keep drawing cards until they draw a card that matches the chosen color.

Exchange Hands: All of the players will swap their hands left or right.

Least Cards Draw: The player with the least cards in their hand will draw more cards.

Peek: The player who plays the card gets to look at another player’s hand.

Peek and Trade: The player who plays the card chooses another player. They look at that player’s hand and chooses one card that they want to trade one of their cards for.

Play or Draw: The other players are forced to play a certain card. If they are unable to play the card they are forced to draw cards.

Protection: When a player plays a draw two or a wild draw four card, you can play this card to block against the card affecting you.

Show Card: All of the players have to show a certain type of card or they are forced to draw cards.

Swap: The player who plays the card can trade their hand with another player.

Swap Card: The player who plays the card is able to swap one of their cards with another player.

These are just some of the unique cards in the themed UNO decks. Listed below are all of the themed UNO decks that I could find. I have included the names, years, and what unique cards each deck has. If there are any UNO decks that I missed feel free to leave a comment and I will add them to the list. If you are looking for a specific themed UNO deck you can find them on Amazon.

  • Color Screen UNO: An electronic handheld UNO game.
  • Electronic UNO (2000) – A handheld electronic version of UNO.
  • Giant UNO (2015) – Includes larger cards than normal. Swap card and Customizable Rule cards.
  • King Size UNO (1994) – Includes larger cards and has less cards than normal UNO as the game was meant for younger children.
  • My First UNO (1991) – The same as normal UNO except that it has only 36 cards.
  • My First UNO: Angelina Ballerina
  • My First UNO: Clifford the Big Red Dog (2007)
  • My First UNO: Corduroy
  • My First UNO: Curious George (2005)
  • My First UNO: Dora the Explorer (2003)
  • My First UNO: Handy Mandy
  • My First UNO: Jake and the Neverland Pirates (2011)
  • MY First UNO: Koala Brothers (2005)
  • My First UNO: Little People
  • My First UNO: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • My First UNO: Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends (2006)
  • My First UNO: Octonauts
  • My First UNO: Rugrats
  • My First UNO: Sesame Street (1989)
  • My First UNO: Sesame Street (1991)
  • My First UNO: Sesame Street (2000)
  • My First UNO: SpongeBob SquarePants (2012)
  • My First UNO: Thomas and Friends (2009)
  • My First UNO: Where the Wild Things Are
  • My First UNO: Winnie the Pooh (2012)
  • My First UNO: Yo Gabba Gabba
  • UNO: 25th Anniversary
  • UNO: 30 Year Anniversary Edition (2001) – Anniversary: Give all but one of your cards to other players.
  • UNO: 40th Anniversary Edition (2012) – Features artwork from an older version of UNO.
  • UNO: A Charlie Brown Valentine (2006) – Secret Valentine: Peek
  • UNO: American Kennel Club Herding Group (2006) – Best in Show: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: American Kennel Club Non-Sporting Group (2006) – Best in Show: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: American Kennel Club Sporting Group (2006) – Best in Show: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: American Kennel Club Terrier Group (2006) – Best in Show: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Angry Birds (2012) – King Pig: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Arsenal Highbuy Legends (2007) – Red card, Yellow card.
  • UNO Attack: Jurassic World (2018)
  • UNO Attack: Mega Hit
  • UNO: Baby Animals
  • UNO: Barbie (2002) – Friendship: Swap
  • UNO: Barbie (2013) – Fashion Trend: Show Card
  • UNO: Barbie California Girl (2004) – Beachcomber: Give one card of each color to the player of your choice.
  • UNO: Barbie Life in the Dreamhouse (2014) – BFF Power: Protection.
  • UNO: The Batman (2006) – Wild Villain: The next player has to play the appropriate weapon card to beat the villain. Wild Draw Four/Utility Belt: Defeats any villain.
  • UNO: Batman Begins (2005) – Justice: Discard All But One
  • UNO: Batman Special Edition (2005) – Joker’s 3
  • UNO: Batman v Superman (2015) – Wild Customizable and Hero: Protection.
  • UNO: Be@rBrick
  • UNO: Ben 10
  • UNO: Betty Boop Vintage (2005) – On-the-Go
  • UNO: Big Bang Theory (2012) – Kitty: Wild card and next player has to keep drawing cards until they get a card featuring Sheldon or Penny.
  • UNO: Bob the Builder
  • UNO: Boston Celtics Legends (2005) – Steal
  • UNO: Boston Red Sox (2004) – “ESRUC”
  • UNO: Braille
  • UNO: Brett Favre NFL Greatest Players Edition (2007) – Leap
  • UNO: Brian Urlacher NFL Greatest Players Edition (2007) – MLB
  • UNO: BTS
  • UNO: Burger King (2012) – Given away in Burger King Kid’s Meals. Includes a smaller deck of only 36 cards.
  • UNO: Captain Marvel
  • UNO: Car-Go (2004) – Includes circular cards in a can container that fits inside a car’s cup holder.
  • UNO: Care Bears (2003) – Care A Lot: Each player gets to play one card even if it doesn’t match the top card on the discard pile. Any action card played doesn’t get to use its special action.
  • UNO: Cars (2006) – Victory Lap: When a player plays the victory lap card each player puts their hand face down on the table and passes it clockwise to the next player. The player who played the card looks at the hand that was passed to them and decides whether they want to keep the hand. If they choose to keep the hand each player can look at their new hand. If they choose to pass, each player passes their hand to the next player. This continues until the player chooses to keep one of the hands.
  • UNO: Cars (2014) – Accele-race: Take the top card from the draw pile and place it on the discard pile. All of the players race to play a card that can be played on top of that card. All but the last player is able to discard the card they played.
  • UNO: Cars 2 (2011) – Special Agent Mater: Peek
  • UNO: Cars 3 (2017) – Crash-Up Rule: This card is played as soon as it is drawn. Take all of the cards from your hand and the next player’s hand and mix the cards up. Start dealing out the cards one at a time between the other player and yourself.
  • UNO: Cars Master Edition (2007) – Includes a timer limiting how much time you have for your turn. If you don’t finish your turn in time you have to draw two cards. Lightning: Allows the player to play another card immediately.
  • UNO: Chicago Cubs (2007) – Acquisition: Acquisition
  • UNO: Chicago White Sox (2007) – Manager
  • UNO: Cinderella (2012) – Glass Slipper
  • UNO: Coca-Cola (1998)
  • UNO: Coco
  • UNO: ColorAdd (2017) – Same as normal UNO except the cards are designed for color blind players.
  • UNO: Daisuke Matsuzaka
  • UNO: Dare! (2014) – Dare: When a dare or wild dare card is played, the next player has to either complete the corresponding dare or they have to draw two cards.
  • UNO: The Dark Knight (2008) – Joker’s Wild Card: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: David Ortiz Limited Edition (2007) – Big Papi
  • UNO: David Wright (2007) – Hot Corner
  • UNO: DC Justice League Superman X-Ray Vision: Peek and Trade
  • UNO: DC Super Hero Girls (2016) – Save the Day: Choose a player who will be immune from action cards until another wild card is played.
  • UNO: Deluxe (2008)
  • UNO: Derek Jeter Limited Edition (2007) – Captain
  • UNO: Despicable Me Minion Made (2017) – Mutated Minion: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Detective Conan – Kid
  • UNO: Diary of Wimpy Kid (2011)
  • UNO: Disney (2016) – Wild Customizable card and Sorcerer’s Apprentice: The next player draws one card. The player after that draws two cards and so on until all of the players except for the player who played the card has drawn cards.
  • UNO: Disney Channel
  • UNO: Disney Fairies (2009) – Flitteriffic!: Protection
  • UNO: Disney Theme Park (2005) – Evil: Can be played at any time and allows you to take the top card from the discard pile.
  • UNO: Disney The Lion King (2019)
  • UNO: Disney Planes Fire and Rescue (2014) – Water Drop: Discard All Color
  • UNO: Disney Princess (2004) – Dragon: The next card played has to include both a princess and her prince.
  • UNO: Disney Princess (2013) – Curse: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Doc McStuffins (2013) – Stethoscope: Anyone who doesn’t have a Doc McStuffins card has to draw two cards.
  • UNO: Doctor Who (2007) – Exterminate: Least Cards Draw
  • UNO: The Dog (2003) – Fetch: The first player to grab the card from the discard pile keeps it while the rest of the players draw cards.
  • UNO: The Dog (2006) – Roll Over: Choose one player who will play with their hand face up until their next turn.
  • UNO: Dora the Explorer
  • UNO: Dragon Ball Super
  • UNO: Elvis Presley (2000) – Vegas: The next player flips over the top card from the draw pile. If it is a number card the player takes the card they flipped over along with a number of cards equal to the number on the card from the draw pile. If the card is a special card they will draw an additional ten cards. If the card is a reverse card, the player who played the card will draw ten cards.
  • UNO Emoji (2016) – Customizable cards and Wild Emoji: When a player plays a wild emoji card they play another card with it. The next player has to make the face on the card until their next turn. If they stop making the face at any time they must draw four cards.
  • UNO: England FA (2010) – Goal: Swap Card
  • UNO: England Rugby (2010) – TRY: Swap Card
  • UNO: Eragon (2006) – Zar’roc: Peek and Trade
  • UNO: Eye-Eye, SpongeBob! (2008) – Includes one special card and a spinner card tray. When a player plays a card that features SpongeBob’s eye, they get to spin the spinner and take an action based on the result of what is spun.
  • UNO Express (2018) – Features a smaller deck so rounds play quicker.
  • UNO: Family Guy (2004) – Domination and Obey Me
  • UNO: Family Guy (2006)
  • UNO: Fantastic Four (2005) – N-Zone: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Fast & Furious (2017) – Street Race: All other players must slap the card. The last player to slap the card has to draw four cards.
  • UNO: Fat Albert (2005) – Brown Hornet Superhero
  • UNO: Ferrari (2000)
  • UNO: Finding Dory (2017) – Blank House Rule Cards and Just Keep Swimming: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Fishing
  • UNO: Fraggle Rock (2006) – Traveling Matt: Peek
  • UNO: Frozen (2014) – Olaf’s Summertime: The player who plays the card can discard up to a total of three pink and/or yellow cards.
  • UNO: Frozen II (2019) – Forces of Nature: The player who plays the card will choose a color. Until this player’s next turn players can only play cards that match the chosen color.
  • UNO: Get Hooked University of Texas at Austin (2006) – Hook ‘Em
  • UNO: Ghostbusters (2016) – Wild Customizable
  • UNO: Ghostbusters (2018) – Crossing the Streams: All of the players including the player who played the card will draw a card. The player who played the card will then play a card. All of the other players must play a card matching the color of the card that was played. Anyone who can’t play a matching card is forced to draw two cards.
  • UNO: Glee (2011) – Sabotage: Swap Card
  • UNO: The Golden Compass (2007) – Alethiometer
  • UNO: Green Bay Packers
  • UNO: Green Lantern (2011) – Power Ring: Discard All Color
  • UNO: H20 (2004) – The deck of cards is waterproof and the game includes two special cards. Wild Downpour 1: Everyone Draws One Card and Wild Downpour 2: Everyone Draws Two Cards
  • UNO: H2O Splash (2005) – The game contains waterproof cards along with a whirlpool device. The whirlpool device is used when a player plays a splash, 0, or 2 card. The next player will then shake the device and it will reveal an action similar to a Magic 8-Ball.
  • UNO: Hairspray (2007) – Swap Partners
  • UNO: Hanna-Barbera (2004) – Yogi Bear Pic-a-nic
  • UNO: Hannah Montana (2007) – World Tour: Swap
  • UNO: Hannah Montana (2007) – Best of Both Worlds: Either forces all of the other players to draw one card or can be used to block a wild draw four card played against you.
  • UNO: Happy Birthday (2015) – Customizable Card
  • UNO: Happy Feet (2006) – Mambo!
  • UNO: Harry Potter (2000) – Howler: The next player has to reveal all of the cards in their hand and loses their turn. Invisibility: Protection
  • UNO: Harry Potter (2010) – Voldemort: Discard every card from your hand that features Harry Potter.
  • UNO: Hello Kitty (2003) – Hello Kitty Love Me Not: Discard All Color
  • UNO: Hello Kitty & Friends – Badtz-Maru: Least Cards Draw
  • UNO: Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi (2006) – Rock-‘n’-Swap card: Swap
  • UNO: High School Musical (2006) – Duet: All of the other players are forced to play a pair or they have to draw two cards.
  • UNO: High School Musical 2 (2007) – Sharpay
  • UNO: High School Musical 3 (2008) – Graduation: All Players Draw
  • UNO: Holiday (2009)
  • UNO: Horses (2011) -Horseplay: Swap.
  • UNO: Houston Astros
  • UNO: Hulk (2003) – Gamma Blast: The player who plays the card can choose themselves or another player to discard their entire hand and draw the same number of cards from the draw pile.
  • UNO: Incredibles 2 (2018)
  • UNO: Iron Man 2 (2010)
  • UNO: It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (2006) – Trick or Treat
  • UNO: Jelly Belly (2012) – Only has a 54 card deck. When a player forces another player to draw cards, they get to draw the same number of Jelly Belly beans from the center of the table. When a player collects ten beans they get to discard all but one of the cards from their hand.
  • UNO: John Deere (2010) – Harvest: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO Junior (1992) – Includes less cards than normal UNO. Some versions don’t include numbers and instead have players trying to match pictures instead of numbers.
  • UNO Junior: Winnie the Pooh (2001)
  • UNO: Jurassic World (2017) – Owen’s Wild Raptor Squad: In addition to being a wild this card allows the player to discard all of the cards from their hand that feature a raptor.
  • UNO: Kiki’s Delivery Service (2017)
  • UNO: Kobe Bryant Special Edition (2007) – Three Pointer: Draw Until
  • UNO: Kung Fu Panda (2008) – Kickin’ Battle: The player who played the card chooses another player to battle. Both players choose their highest card to play. Both players reveal their card at the same time. If the players play the same number card, they will both play another card. The player who plays the higher card gets to discard the card(s) they played. The other player takes back all of the cards that they played and draws two cards from the draw pile.
  • UNO: LaDainian Tomlinson Special Edition (2007) – MVP
  • UNO: LeBron James Special Edition (2007) – Hail to the King
  • UNO: Limited Too It’s A Girl’s World (2008) – Around the World: Exchange Hands.
  • UNO: Los Angeles Dodgers
  • UNO: Los Angeles Lakers Legends (2006) – Showtime!
  • UNO: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
  • UNO: Magic Treehouse (2007) – Fly Away: Peek
  • UNO: Marvel Avengers (2015) – Avengers Assemble: Protection
  • UNO: Marvel Heroes (2010) – Feats of Fate: Exchange one of the cards from your hand for a Wild Draw Four or Draw Two card from the first player clockwise who has one.
  • UNO: Mickey Mouse and Friends
  • UNO: Minecraft – Creeper: All Players Draw
  • UNO: Mini
  • UNO: MOD (2010) – MOD: Choose a color and hand out the all of the cards of that color one card at a time in the turn order to the other players.
  • UNO: Monster High (2012) – Creeperific “Urrrhhh”: Discard All Color
  • UNO: Moomin
  • UNO: The Muppet Show (2003) – Mayhem: Exchange Hands
  • UNO: My Neighbour Totoro (2018) – Sanbo Wild: Exchange Hands
  • UNO: My Scene (2005) – Casting Call: The player who plays the card will keep drawing cards from the draw pile until they find two matching cards. The player can then either give all the cards they drew to one player or evenly distribute them to all of the other players.
  • UNO: N*Sync (2000) – Adds a fifth color to the game which changes the ratio of cards for each color. On-Tour: Swap
  • UNO: Nascar
  • UNO: National Parks (2002) – Bear Alert: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: National Parks (2009) – Parks
  • UNO: NBA All Star Eastern Conference – Champs
  • UNO: NBA All Star Western Conference
  • UNO: New York City (2001) – Skip Everyone
  • UNO: New York Giants
  • UNO: New York Jets
  • UNO: New York Knicks (2006) – Dunk
  • UNO: New York Mets (2005) – Acquisition: Acquisition
  • UNO: New York Yankees (2006) – Yankee Stadium: Protection
  • UNO: NFL AFC (2006) – Includes NFL players from the AFC. Champs: Draw Until
  • UNO: NFL NFC (2006) – Same as NFL AFC except it includes NFC players.
  • UNO: The Nightmare Before Christmas (2007) – Oogie-Boogie: The next player keeps drawing cards until they have drawn number cards that total eleven or higher.
  • UNO: Nintendo (2004) – Power: Protection
  • UNO: Nonpartisan (2019) – The red and blue cards have been replaced with orange and purple cards. There is also a Veto card that sits in the middle of the table. When a player starts talking politics any of the players can slap the card. The player talking politics will lose their next turn and has to stop talking politics.
  • UNO: NSYNC
  • UNO: One Piece (2003) – Shanks: Look at all of the cards of one color from the player of your choice. UNO UNO No Mi: Copy the effect of another action card.
  • UNO: Over the Hedge (2006) – Verminator’s Trap
  • UNO: Patriots (2007) – Acquisition
  • UNO: Paw Patrol (2015) – Silver Badge: Draw Until
  • UNO: Peanuts (2002) – Good Grief: Draw Until
  • UNO: Peanuts A Charlie Brown Christmas (2007) – Happy Holiday: All Players Draw
  • UNO: Peanuts It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
  • UNO: The Peanuts Movie (2015) – Man’s Best Friend: Discard up to three cards that feature Snoopy or Charlie Brown.
  • UNO: Penguins of Madagascar (2012) – Dr. Blowhole’s Revenge: Take four cards from the draw pile and give them to the other players however you choose.
  • UNO: Penn State
  • UNO: Philadelphia Phillies (2005) – Acquisition: Acquisition
  • UNO: Phineas and Ferb (2012) – Agent P: Forces the player that played a draw two or wild draw four card to draw the cards instead of you.
  • UNO: Pinkalicious (2010) – Pinkittis: Discard All Color
  • UNO: Pirates of the Caribbean at World’s End (2007) – Black Pearl
  • UNO: Pixar
  • UNO: Planes (2013) – Altimeter Alert: Choose a color. Each player chooses a card from their hand of that color and whoever chooses the highest number gets to play their card.
  • UNO: Pocket (2017) – Features smaller cards.
  • UNO: Pokemon (2006) – Trainer: Swap
  • UNO: Pokemon Best Wishes!
  • UNO: Pokemon Sun & Moon (2017)
  • UNO: Polly Pocket (2006) – Rockin’ Blockin’: All Players Draw or Protection
  • UNO: Ratatouille (2007) – Recipe for Chaos
  • UNO: Red Sox 07 World Series Champions (2007) – Sweep
  • UNO: Reggie Bush (2007) – All Purpose
  • UNO: Ren and Stimpy (2004) – Eediot: Chooses another player that has to play the game with their cards facing the other players until a Stimpy card is played.
  • UNO: Retro (2015) – Features cards that look like the original set of UNO cards.
  • UNO: San Antonio Spurs (2006) – Dunk
  • UNO: Seattle Mariners (2003) – Open Roof: Peek
  • UNO: Sesame Street (2004) – Grouch: Give three of your cards to the other players.
  • UNO: Shark Week
  • UNO: Shopkins
  • UNO: Shrek (2007) – Merlin: Draw Until Get Color
  • UNO: Shrek 2 (2004) – Blind: Choose a player who will randomly draw one card from every other player.
  • UNO: The Simpsons Homer Head Edition (2007) – Blinky
  • UNO: The Simpsons Special Edition (2003) – Draw Three
  • UNO: The Simpsons Springfield Edition (2005)
  • UNO: The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror (2005) – Witchcraft: Protection
  • UNO: Snappy Dressers
  • UNO: Sofia the First
  • UNO: South Park (2004) – Dead Kenny: Draw Until
  • UNO: Speed Racer
  • UNO: Spider-Man (2002) – Spider Sense: Peek
  • UNO: Spider-Man 2 (2004) – Justice
  • UNO: Spider-Sense Spider-Man (2012) – Spider Sense: Play or Draw.
  • UNO Splash (2015) – Includes waterproof cards.
  • UNO Splash: Finding Dory (2016)
  • UNO: SpongeBob SquarePants (2010) – Jellyfishing: Show Card
  • UNO: SpongeBob SquarePants Lost in Time (2006) – Daredevil: Protection
  • UNO: SpongeBob SquarePants Special Edition Green Box – Super Absorbency: Least Cards Draw
  • UNO: SpongeBob SquarePants Special Edition Yellow Box (2003) – Secret Recipe: Peek
  • UNO: Star Trek (1999) – Live Long and Prosper: Discard your whole hand and draw a new hand. Mind Meld: Peek. Beam Me Up, Scotty: Protection. The Double Tribble: The next player has to draw enough cards to double the cards in their hand.
  • UNO: Star Trek (2008) – Beam Up: Protection
  • UNO: Stars of the American League (2006) – Top 2: Least Cards Draw
  • UNO: Superman (2005) – Battle
  • UNO: Superman Returns (2005) – Kryptonite: All Players Discard
  • UNO: Super Bowl XL Steelers Special Edition (2006) – MVP: Draw Until
  • UNO: Super Mario (2016) – Wild Customizable Card and Super Star-Protection
  • UNO: Susan G. Komen
  • UNO: Sydney 2000 Olympics
  • UNO: Teen Titans Go! – Robin: Discard All Color
  • UNO: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) – Team Attack: Discard up to three cards that feature a villain.
  • UNO: Texas (2006) – Last Stand: Swap.
  • UNO: Texas Rangers
  • UNO To Go!: UNO Spin (2010) – Travel version of UNO Spin.
  • UNO: Tom Brady NFL Greatest Players (2007) – Passer
  • UNO: Toy Story – Claw
  • UNO: Toy Story 3 (2010) – Lotso: Show Card
  • UNO: Toy Story 4 (2018) – Duke Kaboom Wild Card: Choose two players. Grab all of the cards in both player’s hands, shuffle them, and deal the cards out equally to both players.
  • UNO: Toys R Us 50 Years Forever
  • UNO: Trolls World Tour
  • UNO: Ultimate Spider-Man – Web Slinger
  • UNO: Ultimate Spider-Man Web Warriors
  • UNO: University of Michigan Wolverines
  • UNO: University of Florida Gators
  • UNO: University of Florida State Seminoles
  • UNO: University of Georgia Bulldogs
  • UNO: University of North Carolina
  • UNO: University of Texas
  • UNO: UNOcorns (2017) – Wild Narwhal Rule: All of the players other than the player who played the card will have to draw a card from the draw pile. They will stick/hold the card to their forehead. Before a player takes their turn they must guess the color of the card on their head. If they guess correctly they will discard the card and continue their turn as normal. If they guess wrong they will keep the card on their head and will lose their turn. On their next turn they will get to try again to get rid of the card.
  • UNO: USA (2016)
  • UNO: USC
  • UNO: Vacation (2002) – Check Two: Choose a color and play another card that matches that color.
  • UNO: Vintage Peanuts (2005) – Red Baron: Peek
  • UNO: Wellie WishersKindness: All Players Discard
  • UNO: Wendy’s Pocket Edition (2006) – Given out in Wendy’s kids meals.
  • UNO: Wilderness
  • UNO: Winnie the Pooh
  • UNO With Customizable Wild Cards (2015) – Wild Customizable cards and Wild Swap Hands: Swap
  • UNO: The Wizard of Oz (2007) – Rainbow: Peek
  • UNO: World’s Smallest UNO (2018)
  • UNO: WWE (2017) – Locked Up: Choose another player to battle. Both players choose a card from their hand. The player who plays the lower card has to take both cards back into their hand.
  • UNO: WWE Legends of Wrestling (2005) – 1-2-3
  • UNO: X Games (1999) – Tailwhip: Choose a player who will draw two cards. Alley-Oop: Reverse and discard all cards of one color. Lipslide: Skip and draw 2. Can-Can: Wild draw 10. Nuclear Air: Wild draw 5. Dirt-Dive: Wild and discard all but 5. Fakie: Wild and all players trade hands. Drop a Hill: Wild and draw a new hand.
  • UNO: X-Men (2003) – Mutate: Discard all but one of your cards and then draw the same number of cards from the draw pile. Instead of using the ability yourself, you could force another player to take the action.
  • UNO: The Legend of Zelda (2017) – Triforce: The next player has to play a card featuring a Triforce or they will have to draw three cards.
  • UNO Spin: Hannah Montana (2008) – Hannah Montana version of UNO Spin with the unique Star card which is used for one of the spots on the spinner.
  • UNO Spin: One Piece

One thought on “UNO Games: The Complete List of All Themed Decks and Spinoffs

  • June 5, 2020 at 3:32 pm
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    This is helpful thanks. I personally really love to play the original game with my partner. There is something quite appealing about playing a round of uno by a nice toasty hot fire on a cold day or night.

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