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  • Summary: UNO: Be the first player or team to score 500 points in this classic family game. Play your cards by matching color, number, or word with the top card on the discard pile. When you have one card left, don't forget to yell "UNO"! SKIP-BO combines skill, strategy and fun in a game that the whole family can play together. Be the first to play all of the cards in numerical sequence from your stockpile to win. UNO Freefall is a new twist on an old classic. Six animated themed backgrounds provide the backdrop for more exciting and fast-paced UNO fun. Challenge yourself in four different game modes, Classic, Flippy, Perfect Match or Timed modes. [Destination Software] Expand
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  1. If Uno and Skip-Bo solitaire with a touch of Tetris thrown in sounds like your kind of thing, then you’re sure to enjoy this game.
  2. You could do worse than to find a game that presents a set of challenges like this one. Each game is different and if you don't have the means to play the real game with your family and friends then the A.I. is always there, lurking, mocking if you will.
  3. Sadly there's no wireless mode, which is about as dumb as you can get. [Apr 2007, p.71]
  4. All modes are nonetheless solid, backed by a considerate number of options. A few more touches could have polished this up to a stellar game, but as is it stands at average.
  5. 45
    Visuals and music are identical to the GBA games, failing to take advantage of what the DS can offer, and menus are oddly confusing this time. Lack of single-cart multiplayer really hurts, as does the inability to shout "Uno!"
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