Uno Free Fall Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: America's favorite card game returns in an all-new format for your Game Boy® Advance system! "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 fourAmerica's favorite card game returns in an all-new format for your Game Boy® Advance system! "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, or take on the computer in Classic, Flippy, Perfect Match or Timed modes! Collapse
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  1. It's pretty safe to say that your enjoyment of Uno Free Fall will depend more on how much you like Tetris than how much you like Uno. If you're a DS owner, opt for the DS version of the game as it provides several games packed onto a single cart.
  2. As games get more and more complex, sometimes it's nice to sit back and chill with a simple, unassuming puzzle game. Take it from someone who wasn't expecting to enjoy it, but did despite himself.
  3. 60
    Uno Free Fall is a decent budget priced Game Boy Advance puzzle game. It may not be as fun as actual Uno, but it's easy to pick up and play.
  4. GBA users really get the short end of the stick here, since DS owners can get three games -- Uno, Skip-Bo and Uno Freefall -- all on one cartridge for roughly the same price as this game, plus wireless multiplayer to boot.