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  1. Jun 13, 2011
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    There's not much to say about UNO. It has many offshoots, but the original can still be fun from time to time. This game implements everything that UNO offers without going crazy with new rules or gameplay. At $7, Gameloft knows people will buy it despite the development cost probably being half of any of their other games. To add insult to injury, there isn't even any download play;There's not much to say about UNO. It has many offshoots, but the original can still be fun from time to time. This game implements everything that UNO offers without going crazy with new rules or gameplay. At $7, Gameloft knows people will buy it despite the development cost probably being half of any of their other games. To add insult to injury, there isn't even any download play; everyone that wants to play locally needs a copy. It's like if everyone needed to buy an UNO deck to play, and Gameloft knows you will even at the 700 points price. Expand
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  1. On the whole, UNO fares far better on DSi than the Wii - the interface works nicely, the online player is smooth and enjoyable and you have the added benefit of pick-up-and-play whenever you like.
  2. Virtually identical to the WiiWare version with the added bonus of not letting other players see your cards. [Jan 2010, p.87]