The UNO Attack Cards Meaning (All Card Meanings)

UNO Attack is a fun and exciting variation of the classic UNO game that many people enjoy playing. It’s similar to the classic game of UNO but with an added twist – an electronic card launcher that can shoot out cards at any moment!

UNO Attack Cards

The game comes with 112 cards in total, including number cards each of blue, green, red, and yellow colors ranging from numbers 1 to 9, the game also has 8 Hit 2, Reverse, and Skip cards, 4 Discard All, Trade Hands, and Wild cards, 2 Wild All-Hit, and Wild Hit-Fire cards.

uno attack cards

There are a total of 108 cards in this game, distributed as follows:

  • 18 Blue cards numbered 1 to 9
  • 18 Green cards numbered 1 to 9
  • 18 Red cards numbered 1 to 9
  • 18 Yellow cards numbered 1 to 9
  • 8 Hit 2 cards (2 of each color: blue, green, red, and yellow)
  • 8 Reverse cards (2 of each color: blue, green, red, and yellow)
  • 8 Skip cards (2 of each color: blue, green, red, and yellow)
  • 4 Discard All cards (1 of each color: blue, green, red, and yellow)
  • 4 Trade Hands cards (1 of each color: blue, green, red, and yellow)
  • 4 Wild cards
  • 2 Wild All-Hit cards
  • 2 Wild Hit-Fire cards

UNO Attack Cards Meaning

To play the game, select a dealer, and have them shuffle the deck and deal seven cards to each player. To begin the play, place one card from the deck on the playing area and load all the remaining cards into the launcher. To do this, open the door on top of the unit and lift the lever inside, insert the cards facedown in the lever, and close the launcher door until it snaps.

uno attack cards meaning all card meanings

The game is scored by keeping a running total of what each player is caught in their hand. As each player reaches a designated amount, which is typically 500 points, that player is eliminated from the game. When only two players are left in the game, they play head-to-head, and the winner of that final hand is declared the winning player of the game.

All UNO Attack Card Meanings

all uno attack card meanings

Here are the all uno attack cards meaning and how you can use them in game;

Number cards

These cards have a number from 0 to 9 and a color and can be played if they match the color or number of the top card on the discard pile.

Reverse cards

These cards have an arrow and a color. When played, they reverse the direction of play. For example, if the game was going clockwise, it now goes counterclockwise, and vice versa. If this card is revealed at the beginning of the game, the dealer will play first and the turn will then proceed to the right, instead of the left.

Skip cards

These cards have a circle with a slash and a color. The next player to play loses their turn and got skipped and the play continues to the left. If this card is played up at the beginning of play, the starting person’s turn skips, and the next person continues.

Hit 2 cards

These cards have a hand sign and X2 on both corners and center, when used makes the next player hit the Launcher button twice. Their turn is then over, and play continues with the next player. If hit 2 card is used at the beginning of the play, the player to the left of the dealer must hit the Launcher button twice and the play continues with the second player to the dealer’s left.

Hit 4 cards

These cards have a 4 and X sin in them. Next, the player must hit the Launcher button four times. Their turn is then over; play continues with the next player. The hit 4 card is a wild card, lets the players choose the color that resumes the play.

If a hit 4 card is played at the start of the play the person to the left of the dealer hits the Launcher button four times and the play begins with the second player to the dealer’s left.

Discard All Cards

The discard all cards have 3 cards with pointing arrows on them and when used players discard all of the cards in their hand of the same color. If there is a green “6” in the Discard pile, you have the option to discard multiple green cards from your hand. However, you can only do this if you place a yellow Discard All card on top of the pile.

Additionally, if you place a Discard All card on top of another Discard All card, and it is revealed at the beginning of the game, the player to the left of the dealer must play a card of the same color or another Discard All card. If they cannot play such a card, they must press the Launcher button.”

Trade Hands cards

Trade Hands cards have cards trading signs on them, whereas upper and lower cards trading with arrows are showing. When this card is played, the person playing the Trade Hands card can trade his hand with another person of his choice.

This card allows the player to trade hands with any other player of their choice. The player can strategically choose to trade with the person who has the fewest cards, someone who has a bad hand, or anyone else.

Wild cards

These cards have four colors and a star and can be played on any card, the person playing the card can choose the color of the card to resume the play. Players can use a wild card even if they have another playable card in their hand.

If this card is turned up at the beginning of play, the player to the left of the dealer calls out a color and then plays. You can play a Wild card on any card on the discard pile, you get to choose the color for the next card to be played.

Wild All Hit cards

These cards have four colors and a star with a plus sign. Each player, with the person to the dealer’s left press the Launcher button once and if the Launcher fails to shoot out cards, play continues with the next player. Any card that shoots out must be added to the player’s hand. This card is a wild card, so the player who plays it gets to choose the color that resumes play.

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