Features & Use
The application is basically the same as the original card game. Many of you will be familiar with the original Uno game rules—well, the UNO™ ones are the same, plus it has more/new rules in addition to the classic ones. The great thing is that the AI often pulls completely unexpected moves on you, which makes it feel as though you're up against a real opponent.
Special features like 'Seven-0' and 'Jump-in' are available. As far as the latter goes: if you're quick enough, toss your cards into the middle even if it isn't your turn. And as for the former: swap cards with your opponent whenever a 0 is played.
There's a great multiplayer mode, a classic AI mode and an online mode to try out. Up to four players can play at once.
There are different formats to keep single players entertained, including tournament modes and three difficulty levels.
I was pretty impressed to see that the online mode is free of charge. You do have to sign up with your email address, but once that's done you can start collecting points.
UNO™ stays true to the beloved classic card game and won us over thanks to the attention to detail that was paid in the graphics department. The online mode is free and the different difficulty levels make for a varied gaming experience.
Screen & Controls
Easy controls make learning how to use UNO™ child's play. You can enlarge the display by tapping and select a card. Hints are available for newbie users.
A lot of attention to detail went into making UNO™ and the results are bright colours and a clean, straight forward design.
Speed & Stability
UNO™ performs flawlessly: always smooth, no lagging or crashing.
UNO™ costs EUR 0,81 and can be downloaded from Google Play. A free version (with ads) is also available (we tested it for you a while ago, check out our review here), but if you like the application (I do!), buying the full version is a nice way to show your support for the developers.