The makers of 'Uno' claim we've been playing it wrong all this time - and people aren't happy
9 May 2019, 15:01
Have you been playing Uno WRONG your whole life? The game creators reckon you might have been...
If you, like most of the country, have Uno to thank for many of your happy childhood memories / massive family fallouts - we have some shocking news.
It turns out you (might) have been playing it wrong all this time.
The makers of the beloved card game have come out of the woodwork and claimed that most people have been breaking a fundamental rule when playing - that you're not allowed to stack a draw two card on top of a draw four card and force the next player to pick up six - and Twitter couldn't quite cope.
The official Uno account wrote: "If someone puts down a +4 card, you must draw 4 and your turn is skipped. You can’t put down a +2 to make the next person Draw 6. We know you’ve tried it. #UNO".
And Twitter exploded with the revelation.
One replied: "You don’t know how to play the game right", another: "F*** what Official Uno Account says, stacking +2's fine and stacking +4s is fine.", and many attempted to argue with Uno about how to play their own game.
However, some were shocked that many *weren't* playing the game the correct way, with one writing: "y'all have really been STACKING draw cards in uno?!?!?!?!??!!??!!??!".
Another added: "I love how folks were arguing with Uno about how to play Uno. A game they created."