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Four Colors Uno Inspired Matching Strategy Card Game

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This is a fun online strategy card game based on the classic Uno card game. Each player is given 7 cards at the start. The deck is placed on the middle of the table. Next to the deck is a card facing upward. The first player must match the color or number of the card laid on the table. Succeeding players must also match the color and number of the card laid by the previous player, and so on. Use the action cards to stall your opponent’s moves. And don’t forget to press the 1 button if you have one card left. Otherwise, you must draw 2 cards as penalty. The first player to get rid of all their cards wins. You can play with up to 3 computer controlled opponents in each game.

  • Pay attention to the number and color of the card on the game table.
  • Review your cards. You can only lay down a card of the same number or color.
  • If you have no matching number or color, you must draw one card from the deck.
  • Opponents can lay down action cards that can stop or skip your turn, or add more cards to your hand.
  • When you have one card left, always press the 1 button. Not doing so gives you a 2-card penalty.
  • Laying a Wild Draw Four card lets you change the card color. It forces the next player to draw 4 cards.

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Four Colors Shedding Family Card Strategy Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Match the number or color of the card on the table when it’s your turn. Use the action cards to stall your opponent’s moves. The player who sheds all their cards first wins.

  • Starting the Game
    • To begin the game, select the white arrow button on the bottom of the screen.
    • This take your to the Number Player Selection screen.
    • You can play with 1, 3, or 4 computer-controlled opponents.
    • Once you select your preferred number of players, the game begins.
      • The game flashes instructions on how to play the game. Select the right arrow button on the right side of the game screen to view more of the rules.
      • To immediately proceed to the game, select the icon with two arrows at the bottom right corner of the game screen.
  • In-Game Buttons
    • On the top right corner is the audio button. Select it to mute or unmute the game’s music and sound effects.
    • On the top left corner is the full screen button. Select it to put your view on full screen mode.
    • To go back to your original view, simply select the full screen button again or press ESC on your keyboard.
    • To exit the game, press the “X” button on the top right corner of the screen. This can also act as a pause button.
      • The game asks if you’re sure you want to exit. If yes, select the check button.
      • If you want to resume your current game, select the X button. It goes back to the game.
  • Game Controls
    • Touchscreen
      • Make sure to rotate your device horizontally for the game to load.
      • Using your finger, tap the card you want to lay down.
      • You cannot tap a card that does not match the color or number of the card on the table.
      • As default, you always play Player 1. When it’s your turn, Player 1 will flash at the bottom of the screen.
      • If you need to draw a card from the deck, simply tap the deck.
      • If you only have one card left, make sure to tap the 1 button beside the latest card.
      • The 1 button is a diamond block with four colors. This is located on the right side of the deck.
        • Failure to tap the 1 button when you only have one card gives you 2 extra cards as penalty.
        • On top of the 1 button is a colored diamond block. This displays the current card color in the game.
    • Mouse
      • Using your mouse cursor, left click on the card you want to lay down.
      • You cannot click a card that does not match the color or number of the card on the table.
      • As default, you always play Player 1. When it’s your turn, Player 1 will flash at the bottom of the screen.
      • If you need to draw a card from the deck, simply click the deck.
      • If you only have one card left, make sure to click the 1 button beside the latest card.
      • The 1 button is a diamond block with four colors. This is located on the right side of the deck.
        • Failure to tap the 1 button when you only have one card gives you 2 extra cards as penalty.
        • On top of the 1 button is a colored diamond block. This displays the current card color in the game.
  • Strategy
    • This is a matching strategy card game where the first player to get rid of all their cards wins.
      • Each player starts with 7 cards on hand. With each turn, they must match the number or color of the card on the table.
      • There are 4 card colors: red, blue, green, and yellow. Each card color has numbers from 1 to 9.
      • Expect surprises. Opponents can add more cards to your hand or cause you to miss a turn using Action Cards.
    • The objective is to lose all your cards as fast as possible. If you can make your opponents miss their turn or add more cards to their hand, you can get rid of your cards faster.
    • A good tip is to use a Two Forces Card, Skip Card, or Reverse Card when you see the next player with a few cards left. This will stall them from winning.
    • Do not forget to press the 1 button when you have one card left. You’ll get a 2-card penalty if you forget this rule.
    • Make use of Action Cards strategically to your advantage. The game comes with 5 action cards that can stir up the game and setback your opponents. Action cards occur in all four colors, except for Wild Cards that can be placed on any color. Here’s how each Action Card works:
      • Two Forces Card – This looks like a hand holding cards with +2 on the edges. When you put this down, it forfeits a player’s turn and forces them to draw two cards.
      • Skip Card – This looks like a stop sign on the card. When you out this down, the next player loses their turn.
      • Reverse Card – This looks like two arrows going around clockwise. When you put this card down, the next player loses their turn. The turn reverses and goes back to the other player.
      • Wild Card – This is a black card with four colors. It can be placed on any card at any time. It allows you to change the color you want to play.
      • Wild Draw Four Card – This looks like a hand holding 4 colored cards with +4 on the edges. It’s the most powerful card in the deck. When you put this down, it allows you to change the color of the card. It also forces the next player to draw 4 cards from the deck. To use this card, you must have no other alternative moves to play.
    • If you have a several cards of the same color, try to lose them first. It will be harder to lose them later if the color does not come up.
    • A one-on-one game with a computer may be easier to win. Since you’re only focused on one opponent.
    • For the full game play experience, try playing with 3 computer-controlled players. This is harder to win, but is definitely more fulfilling, especially if you beat the computer more than once.

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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2 comments on "Four Colors Uno Inspired Matching Strategy Card Game"

  • Joey says:

    If you’ve played the card game Uno, you’ll know how to play this game. Your goal is to lose your entire hand of cards. To cast out cards, get a card that matches the number or color of the one before it. Special action cards can shake things up for you or your opponent. These are critical to tipping the odds in your favor. Keep them in reserve and use them only when needed.

    When you’ve one got one card left, don’t forget to tap. Failing to do so before your turn ends results in a 2-card penalty. Tapping will alert all other players to act to tip things against you, though. So if you’ve reached that point, clinch your victory as soon as you can.

    One drawback is that this game doesn’t have an option for human players. You can, however, play against up to three other computer players.

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