Be the first player to reach 500 points by playing and strategically managing cards
Cards: A deck comprising regular Uno cards and special Flip cards.
Dealer: Randomly select a dealer who shuffles the deck and deals seven cards to each player.
Flip Card: Place the top card from the deck face down to start the discard pile. This card will determine the starting side (light or dark) of the game.
Regular Side: Players start on the regular side, matching numbers or colors like in classic Uno.
Flip Side: The dark side of the deck offers new action cards and a different strategy.
Start Player: The player to the left of the dealer starts.
Playing Cards: Match cards with the same number, color, or action as the top card on the discard pile.
Drawing Cards: If a player can't play, they must draw a card. If it's playable, they can play it; otherwise, their turn ends.
Triggering the Flip: When a Flip card is played, the direction of play changes, and the side of the deck flips to the opposite (regular to dark or vice versa).
Special Flip Cards:
Draw One or Draw Five: Forces the next player to draw the respective number of cards.
Skip: Skips the next player's turn.
Wild: Allows the player to choose the next color to be played.
Scoring: The first player to reach 500 points wins. Points are awarded based on the cards left in opponents' hands at the end of each round.