108x Game cards 4X19 cards from 0 to 9 (in blue, green, red and yellow), 8 draw two cards (2 in each color), 8 reverse cards (2 in each color), 8 skip cards (2 in each color), 4 wild cards, 4 wild draw four cards The QUNO Cards rules and instructions.
There are 108 cards in each deck. The cards are divided into four colors: red, green, blue and yellow. Each color has 25 cards, 19 of which are digital cards (0 cards, 1-9). Two), the remaining six are function cards: "skip" (jumping), "draw two" (two cards) and "reverse" (reversing direction). There are also 8 black special cards: "wild" (color change) and "wild draw four" (four color and penalty cards), each with 4 sheets.
At the beginning of the game, the players draw one card each, and the biggest number is the dealer. The dealer will send 7 cards to each person in turn, and then take the first card from the stack, with the card facing up; if the "wild draw four" is to be taken, the player on the left of the dealer (if "reverse" is the dealer himself) according to this card Licensing, and in the clockwise direction (if "reverse" is counterclockwise), the player is dealt, and the game officially begins.
The card issued by the player must be the same as the color or number of the card issued by the last player, but the black special card does not have this restriction and can be arbitrarily issued. If the player can send without a card, he must take a card from the stack. If the card cannot be played, touch it until you touch the card with the same color or number and play it. Can be out, he can choose to play or not. If the player deliberately does not want to play, he can draw a card from the deck, but if he chooses to play, the player can only play a card that has just been taken from the stack.
When the player plays Draw Two, the next home must draw two cards and skip the cards, as does Wild Draw Four. (But some versions are like Draw Two when the player plays Draw Two, and Draw Two is the next player. The next player needs to draw four cards and skip the cards, but Wild Draw Four remains unchanged.)
When there is only one card left in the player's hand, you must call "uno" before the rest of the player stops, otherwise you will need to touch two more cards; the fastest player will win the game.