UNO!™

UNO!™ for Pc

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Download and install UNO!™ on your Laptop or Desktop computer

If you want to install and use the UNO!™ app on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use this app for your computer in 4 simple steps below:



Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here


Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.


Step 3: for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type UNO!™ in the search bar and press Search. Click on UNO!™application icon. A window of UNO!™ on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the icon. Click on it and start using the application.


Step 4: for Mac OS

Hi. Mac user!
The steps to use UNO!™ for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. The links are provided in step one


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UNO!™ Software Features and Description

Play the world’s number one card game like never before. UNO!™ has all-new rules, tournaments, adventures and so much more! At home or on the move, jump into games instantly. Whether an UNO!™ veteran or completely new, take on challenges and reap the rewards. UNO!™ is the ultimate competitive family-friendly card game. - Play classic UNO!™ or use tons of popular house rules! - Connect anytime, anywhere with friends from around the world! - Two heads are better than one in 2v2 mode. Use teamwork to win together. - Compete in tournaments. Win rewards. Climb the leaderboards! - Go on an adventure in the UNO!™ Universe. FEATURES The Classic Game at Your Fingertips Play the game you know and love in UNO!™ Classic Mode. Or let us recommend the game mode that suits you with Quick Start. Play instantly anytime! Buddy Up Work together with your friends in 2v2 Mode. It’s a totally unique way to play with teamwork and more strategy. You win when either you or your partner plays the last card! Rule Your Room Get your friends together in the Fun Room and set up a game with your favorite house rules! Play the new “Discard All” card to completely remove one color from your hand. Or use the popular “7-0” house rule to swap hands with someone else. Turn up the pressure with the “Stacking” rule and watch your friends pile cards onto one hapless player! Go big or go home. Go WILD. This no-holds-barred mode is the ultimate UNO!™ challenge. House rules on, two deck play and winnings up to 80 times what you put in! But beware, in this wild scenario, you win big or go home empty handed! Are you up for the challenge? Tournaments Climb the ladder and prove your skill in regular tournaments. Keep winning to take the fast route to victory and win prizes. Journey the UNO!™ Universe Discover new places, meet new characters, and collect unique rewards. The UNO!™ Universe is an exciting adventure around the world. Follow the story as each chapter unfolds. Connect, Chat, Yell UNO!™ Easily connect with friends, send voice messages to the other players during a match, or yell UNO into your device when you’re about to win. Make a strategy with your partner in 2v2 mode or cheer on your friends as a spectator! Break Boundaries to Reality Bring UNO!™ into the real world with the augmented reality mode. Play virtual cards onto a real table almost like they were physically there! Now you can have the truly classic UNO!™ experience even without a deck of cards.



Top Reviews

  • Simple fun time waster

    by Dirty30Hill
    This game is a fun time waster but its completely random in terms of winning or loosing. You'll have a day where you'll win 9/10 games then you'll have a day where you'll loose 9/10 games and often time all your coins, this is my 2nd day in a row where my loose ratio well exceeds my wins ( like 15 losses and 5 wins) and now I'm loosing interest in playing. There really isn't much strategy involved, you play what ever cards are given so you’re pretty much bound to completely win or loose (i guess thats “cards” though lol..). I often times play with a teammate because i feel that you would have more chances of winning (50/50) but that doesn't seem to be the case as iv been loosing consecutive games..I will also add as I've seen in someone else’s comments, I feel that the +4 card is a scam because 9 times out of 10 you'll loose the guess..Don't hate the game for it, idk im sure its legit but it just seems odd to loose so many guesses. However, I will say that the +4 card seems to be the most strategic card to use as in you can either set you or your teammate up for a good play or call a bluff color to throw your opponents off. My biggest dislike is how you get skipped when you get hit with the +2 or +4 card! Thats insult to injury! As if getting multiple cards isn't bad enough, then you dont even get to play your hand. Not cool. Overall 3 out of 5 stars, its fun but gets stale on those days where you cant break out of a loose streak.
  • !!

    by Social Media Lover💜
    This version of UNO is the best out there; however, the +4 mechanic where you have to guess is terrible! Sure, I understand that it is meant to add to the unpredictability of the game, and that would be fine, if it was not for the fact that you guessing ALWAYS results in you receiving a penalty. Let me explain this: let’s say the player who goes before you has two cards—a +4 and a yellow card (for the sake of the example). Then say that the player who goes before you puts down the said +4 card and changes it to yellow, the color corresponding to their last card. Now it asks me if I think that the player before me has some other random color, so I say no. Obviously the player who goes before me has a yellow card, that is why they changed the color. So I press “no” and I have to draw four cards for guessing wrong. Most of the times I think that they really did not have a yellow card until the person who goes before me puts down a yellow and wins the game. I have lost MANY games because of this. Why do I have to draw four cards when I correctly guessed that the player before me had no cards of a certain color. Now I have to say that this is not always the case, although, it has happened plenty of times for me to have to write a review about this game. Please fix the way the +4 cards work in the game of just remove the mechanic all together.
  • Perfect game

    by Needsupdatebadly
    As a lifelong fan of uno, and a heavy player of the previous mobile version of uno made by gameloft, I can tell you this one is much better. They have perfected the uno experience with this one. It is amazing. And to all the people who are complaining about losing all their coins, I would recommend you stay in the 2x and 4x games until you better understand how to play, because this game is very heavy on the strategy (especially in 2 player mode), but is extremely fun once you have a better understanding of what to do in certain situations. And to the developers if you see this, don’t change they game to acquiesce to these weaker players, but I would suggest you get rid of telling players they are a big fish in a small pond or whatever by suggesting early on that the players should keep going up and playing 8x 20x etc, they will just get wiped out and lose all their coins and have to start over at 100 again and again. Edit: ok I’m dropping this down to 2 stars until these new cards are removed. Having the game over in 10 seconds is not fun when people can just get rid of all the cards that have 2 colors in them, it’s just not fun and I’m staying on 2x until those cards are gone. I respect you guys trying new ideas, and the discard all card that you added is great by itself for 1 color, but now that you can do it with 2 it’s just too much.
  • +4 Mechanic is the worst!

    by Annoying YouTube
    This version of UNO is the best out there; however, the +4 mechanic where you have to guess is terrible! Sure, I understand that it is meant to add to the unpredictability of the game, and that would be fine, if it was not for the fact that you guessing ALWAYS results in you receiving a penalty. Let me explain this: let’s say the player who goes before you has two cards—a +4 and a yellow card (for the sake of the example). Then say that the player who goes before you puts down the said +4 card and changes it to yellow, the color corresponding to their last card. Now it asks me if I think that the player before me has some other random color, so I say no. Obviously the player who goes before me has a yellow card, that is why they changed the color. So I press “no” and I have to draw four cards for guessing wrong. Most of the times I think that they really did not have a yellow card until the person who goes before me puts down a yellow and wins the game. I have lost MANY games because of this. Why do I have to draw four cards when I correctly guessed that the player before me had no cards of a certain color. Now I have to say that this is not always the case, although, it has happened plenty of times for me to have to write a review about this game. Please fix the way the +4 cards work in the game of just remove the mechanic all together.
  • Extortion

    by Sweet10131121
    This game has more than a few issues that all equate to the extortion of your actual money to buy virtual coins that you end up losing faster than you win. An example: You need 100 coins to play a single player UNO Classic game, yet the match fee is only 30 coins. This means that if you have 99 coins, you can’t play. The math for winning and losing coins is clearly suspect. As an example: A first win in a UNO Classic game gives you 70 coins, but part of that 70 coins is the 30 coins that you were charged as a match fee. Your actual winnings equal only 40 coins. I have only been able to win 3 times in a row giving me a maximum of 112 coins (actually 82 coins plus the 30 coin match fee.) If you lose, the amount of coins you lose is equal to your point total plus your 30 coin match fee. An example: You had a point total of 50 when you lost the game. In actuality, you lost 80 coins. One loss can actually set you back more in coins than the coins you would win in one game. Multiple loses eat away significantly at your coin supply very quickly. Add in that the game only allows you 600 coins a day (300 2x) and win up to 200 coins on a gold scratch card or up to 100 coins if you are lucky enough (most cards give 20 to 50 coin each) with really no other way to get coins other than to purchase them with actual money. It’s extortion, especially when the developers purposefully made the game this way.
  • Addicting game but?

    by IdannyM
    I love the original game so I enjoy playing this but you just have to be patient and figure out how you can gain free rewards. Rewards are given out daily so there is always a game to play. If you want to compete with the top players then you need to study all parts of this app and choose wisely. I have played for about a year now and reached level 72 with an average balance of 40k coins and never spent a penny. I play daily just picking the games and levels that will win me some coins so I’m staying ahead of the game. At first it was annoying when you play against robot players or just plain stupid players who sabotage you. I now stay away from those players. If you’re lucky and score big on the upper level multiplayer game then you get the itch to try again and lose big time. Again play wisely, take less risks and you too can play daily for free. I must point out that the scratch offs are frustrating, at first every fourth or fifth one you would score a big reward, now I scratch fifty in a row and get the lowest reward every time. That proves it’s not random at all! This game is free with the options to buy coins, I choose to play for free since it’s free. Be patient and you too can play daily for free. Enjoy!!!! OIIIIIIIO
  • This game is honestly awful

    by cosima430
    This game it’s addicting yes but there are still many things that I hate about it just makes me want to stop playing like first of all you probably think that all these new things added to the game are better than the original but it’s not because when I play the game I’m expecting to play how you play the original game local first of all why when I put a +4 car down why do I get four cards the other person next to me is supposed to get four cards not me and then there’s no explanation for it and there can’t be an explanation for because it’s dumb why should I get 4 card if I put the car down that’s dumb then why is there a timer it’s a card game the game should be over when someone wins and also why the hell does it count the cards like in the actual game they count how many cards you have not the number on your card like that’s so stupid and then you lose because like you could have one card but if they had something that was worth 20 then you lose like that’s dumb no if you had one card when the game was over then you win because that’s how the game works person has less cards not counting what number is on the cards that’s just stupid when I download virtual know I’m expecting the exact same uno game just virtual not no added on things because then that just makes it stupid
  • VIP? Waste of $!

    by Avh5famly
    This game used to be great. Sometimes you like to unwind with a good game. This used to be a good one. Then is became apparent that unless you became a VIP member, you would be punished for not paying actual money, meaning: If you lost all your coins, you simply couldn’t play the game for a few days because there is no way to replenish them unless you pay actual money. Don’t give in! For those of us who paid money to be a “vip” member so that we could have a small amount of coins replenished so we could still play games with people if our coins ran out were shocked to find out that the latest update took those privileges away. So here I am, after having paid real money to a “free game”, unable to play it. Now they are saying I have to pay MORE money in order to get enough coins to play again or wait 24 ours and hope there are enough “free gift” coins to play. On top of that, I spent weeks trying to get enough coins to where I could safely play for awhile without worrying about losing and not being able to play the game again. Over 40,000 coins lost IN ONE GAME. And as a VIP member I cannot play again unless I pay more money OR wait until the “free spin” resets itself in 24 or 48 hours and then hope the prize is enough coins to play one game. So beware. Total headache for a free game you pay money to for bogus special features.
  • Pay for play - too micro-transaction based

    by John Shoez
    I can’t play this game unless I have coins? When you get the coins it’s only enough for 2 maybe 3 games because they can never match you up with a competent teammate in 2v2 or the game has an odd way of the cards not going your way when you’re low on funds.🤔 don’t worry tho you can watch an ad... literally ONE every 6 hours for 100 coins.. which is enough to go play one game, better hope you don’t get screwed after waiting 6 hours for one game!!🤦‍♂️ Not too happy with this.... it’s “Uno” so it’s hella ironic you guys are tryna run a mobile app Monopoly 🤣 Also, you could try to get coins thru “adventure mode” which is a far cry from any type of enjoyable “adventure”... good luck meeting the requirements to get 3 “paw prints” to actually get a reward, because they’re usually impossible due to the game being out of your control, and they’re ridiculous like “place 9 cards down at once, and also call uno 3 times while changing the color twice... how am I gonna do that Uno?!?!? I will be playing this game maybe once every 6 hours because there is little to no ways to earn coins in this game. Unless you give them hard earned $$ that is😑😑😑 no thank you. Hope this helps, good luck 🤦‍♂️
  • Less annoying than the other one...

    by nickname thats untaken
    I love UNO, and I was excited to see a new version in the App Store after another uno multiplayer that shall not be named. It’s definitely less annoying than that one, but the coin element is still in place. From a business perspective it makes sense so the developers can take advantage of kids with their parents’ credit cards, but from a players perspective it doesn’t. Why not just let people play how/when they want? Speaking of children: the graphics get very annoying, very fast. All the crazy colors and graphics are disorienting, which I think ties into an ethics problem: its the same tactic casinos use with slot machines/other electronic gambling games, and there’s definitely a gambling element involved. The more coins you have, the higher you can “bid” (although more often than not you end up losing 80% of your coins this way and are knocked back to start the cycle over again). This makes the game pretty addictive (in a bad way), so beware recovering gambling addicts! It really takes the fun out of a simple tabletop game that shouldn’t have to resort to these gimmicks to rope people in.


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