Just had a look at someone try to tell me how this works on YT. ...erm ..erm I think I'll stick with Uno. We spice up Uno with some 'house rules' (though I think they're added as suggestions in the instruction leaflet). 1. Lay a Zero (0) and everybody passes their hand in the direction of play (don't leave this to your last card or you're basically passing on your win!) 2. Lay a Seven (7) and you have to swap your hand with another player of your choice (again, don't use this to go out!). 3. Jump in! Usually saved for the end few hands; if you've got a 'matching' card that is not a penalty card you can (if you are quick enough) jump in and lay it even if it isn't your turn. Play continues from you in the direction of play. Plenty of skullduggery abound in this version with people holding onto 7's or 0's that somebody else will then get and give you a right look for!!!
DOS has some gameplay features of its own When you play DOS, you match numbers and get bonus points for matching colors. If you go out first, you earn points for cards left in your opponents' hands. Be the first to reach a score of 200. When you’re down to two cards In the UNO you know, you yell "UNO!" when you're down to one card. But in DOS, when you're down to two cards yell, "DOS!". Can't you play UNO this way?
Apparently, there is a free version that's been around for years that supports more cards and allows you to concurrently play more than one game at a time. #unix ;)
I thought Amazon never gave a DOS
I cant wait for their next game...