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UNO Attack!

by Mattel

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  • Classic card game updated with motorized action and surprise
  • The Uno Attack button provides fast-paced, card-flying action
  • Includes motorized card launcher, UNO cards, command cards and instructions
  • For 2 to 10 players, ages 7 to adult
  • Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 7 Years and Up
  • Includes: Cards
  • Playing Time: 30 Minutes or Less
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0000205XH
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 41943
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 years and up
  • Batteries 3 C batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,614 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

With the Uno Attack Game, Mattel has added motorized action and surprise to the classic Uno card game. Just as your family is in the midst of playing a nice game of cards, someone gets the command to push the Uno Attack button. If you're lucky, nothing happens. Otherwise you'll be surprised by fast-paced, card-flying action. Includes motorized card launcher, UNO cards, command cards and instructions. For 2 to 10 players, ages 7 to adult. Imported.

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UNO, America's No. 1-selling card game, has a whole new twist. You'll still encounter all the elements that make UNO so unpredictable and challenging, but add to that a motorized card launcher that shows no mercy and you've got UNO Attack. The object of the game is still to get rid of all your cards. The UNO command cards direct the game by telling players when to trade hands, discard, reverse the playing order, or skip a player. Beware the dreaded Hit command, though, as this translates into a game of Russian roulette. You never know when the card launcher is going to fire off a stream of UNO cards just for you! For 2 to 10 players. Requires three C batteries (not included). --Alison Golder



Easy setup gets your card launcher ready for an upredictable UNO attack.

Customer Reviews

What a great game, fun for the whole family.
Donald J Patrick
My daughter (8 years old) loves this game and so do I. Very fun and easy to play.
Michael Johnstone
Every other Sunday since last Christmas we have played this game after dinner!
Rosemary A. Bertinelli

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 127 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 20, 2000
I agree with the all of the previous viewers. I have had three different ones and I've had trouble with all of them. I believe the motor needs to be a heavy duty motor and there needs to be a way that you do not have to clean the belt every few hands. I have not been able to find new cards either. However, the game is fun and it would be nice if it could be improved to perform better. I do not understand how they can guarantee the product for two years when it won't work properly for 2 weeks. I suggest that if you have one that doesn't work, send it back because it does have a two year warranty. This is the only way they are going to find out that they need to improve it and replace the original ones.
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64 of 66 people found the following review helpful By sootica on May 5, 2001
I bought this game for Christmas for my 9 year old, but our family of six all quickly became addicted to it over the vacation. We've always liked playing UNO when the kids were younger, but as my kids have gotten older, of course, it's gotten boring. This version of the game appeals to everyone. Instead of drawing cards from the deck, you push a button on the card dispenser and get a random number of cards, anywhere from 0 to 10. (My fifteen year old did a statistical analysis of how many hits you are likely to make before getting cards, and how many cards are likely to come out, but I'll let you figure out your own strategy.) This random card firing means that you must use a different play strategy than the old UNO, a more complicated one. There are also new cards in the deck, such as "hit-fire" in which you must press the button until the machine fires some cards at you. There is also the nefarious "trade hands" card, so that when you think you about to get UNO, you might have to trade your hand with someone. All of this adds up to a much more challenging game. Even my fifteen year old likes to play UNO Attack, and sometimes when a group of them come over to just hang out, they get UNO Attack out. It's the randomness of the card machine that appeals to them. I haven't had the problems with my card dispenser that some other reviewers have. You do need to keep the cards clean and unbent, and put them carefully in the dispenser, and then we've found it works just fine.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 27, 2000
We love this game! I reccomend this game for ALL ages. I do have a problem with the game... Due to the constant use, I have found the cards wear out easily, and I still haven't been able to find replacements for the game. I also have found the device which shoots out the cards needs much improvement. Over a short period of playtime, it spins however won't disperse the cards. I first thought it was the batteries and replaced them, but this was not the case. I have cleaned the device as reccommended by the manufacture but am still having problems. This could be very frustrating to children. We have only had this game since Christmas and already we are having trouble.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 6, 2000
This game is so much fun. My Son laughed so hard when the cards shot out that he had to catch his breath. We have not had any problems with this game - although still new. I highly recommend this game for all ages. We really enjoy it as a family. Best Uno Game So Far.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 9, 2000
We have played the game since Christmas, But it only lasted one month before the cards were wore out. I have not seen any place to buy replacements, so the game is no longer usable.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 24, 2001
Our family always enjoys a good uno game. We bought this version and that day we had to open it and play. The anticipation of not knowing how many cards you will get is all of the fun. This makes uno especially fun for the younger children because they have an equal chance of winning. It is not only skill anymore, and it is hard to team up against someone. The last player could only have one card and then within seconds have 10. We highly recommend it.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 29, 2003
My sister brought Uno Attack over to our house and six of us played with it the entire evening. The next day I went out and bought one too. It's similar to regular Uno except instead of drawing a card when you don't have a card to play you have to press the button on the Uno Attack machine. Any cards that are ejected are added to your hand. Several new cards have been added to the deck. The Draw Two card from the regular Uno game has been replace by the HIT 2 in the Uno Attack game. If a player plays a HIT 2 card the next player forfeits his turn has to hit the Uno Attack button twice and add any cards that spit out to his hand. There are also two new types of wild cards in addition to the regular wild cards. If a player plays a Wild Hit-fire card the next player forfeits his turn and has to hit the Uno Attack button until cards spit out of the machine. If a player plays a Wild All Hit card then every player except the person that played the card has to hit the Uno Attack button one time. Any cards that shoot out of the machine are added to the hand of the player that activated the machine at that time. Even though everyone has to hit the button nobody has to forfeit their turn. Two other new cards that have been added are the Discard All card and the Trade Hands card. The Discard All card allows a player to discard all the cards in his hand that match the color of the Discard All card. When a player plays a Trade Hands card he has to exchange his hand with that of another player. This card is nice to have when you have a handful of cards and another player only has few. However it can be a hinderence to your going out if you hold on to it too long because the rules state that a player cannot go out on a Trade Hands card.Read more ›
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