A deck of Uno cards contains 108 cards. The deck consists of four-colored cards numbered from zero to nine. In addition, each deck contains eight “Skip,” eight “Reverse,” eight “Draw Two,” four “Wild,” and four “Wild Draw Four” cards.
Uno is a card game played with a printed deck of cards. It was created in 1971 and acquired by Mattel in 1992. The objective of the game is for each player to discard all of their cards. Each card played must correspond to its predecessor in colour or number. When a player has only one card remaining, he must yell “Uno!” or face a penalty.
The Daily Buzz combines the pursuit of interesting and intriguing facts with the innate human desire to rank and list things. From stereotypical cat pictures to crazy facts about the universe, every thing is designed to help you kill time in the most efficient manner, all while giving you something to either laugh at or think about!