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UNO Flash Game

by Mattel

Price: $49.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • So fast and unpredictable everything can change in a flash
  • When your red light flashes it is your turn
  • Discard before your time is up
  • Fun for all ages
  • Good for hours of fun
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.8 x 2.2 x 10.5 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 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.
  • ASIN: B0014411SG
  • Item model number: M1002
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 11 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #100,390 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Product Description

Forget everything you thought you knew about UNO! UNO Flash is totally random!

From the Manufacturer

Forget everything you thought you knew about UNO! Clockwise? Counterclockwise? Nope; it's totally random! This exciting electronic version selects who's next, so you have to stay alert. Did you blink? Uh-oh, you missed your turn and time ran out. It's the fast, crazy game that will keep you guessing, on your toes and raring to go. And just when you think you can relax and take a breath, you still need to remember to yell UNO. Requires 3 AA batteries, included.

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It gives the regular Uno game a fun twist.
Michelle A West
This one is holding up very well, it's a fast moving game and fun to play.
G. Horn
It is a great family game to play with children of all ages!!!
Mary Loretta

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin D. Lott on November 11, 2008
I saw my first TV add for this game last night, and so I figure it's my duty to give it a proper review here. Hopefully this will inform you of what you're getting into if you purchase this game that is sure to get a lot of advertising. But just so everyone is prepared going in...This review is written with the expectation that you know the mechanics of the basic Uno game.

What do you get with UNO Flash? In the box you receive a complete deck of Uno cards (similar to most any other Uno game, the rule pamphlet, and the electronic Flash game unit.

How does UNO Flash work? In order to start the game, you turn the game unit on and select whether you want infinite, 6-second, or 4-second time limit set. Then each player is dealt 7 cards and they press and activate the red button that is closest to them (this will be their button throughout the game.) When players are ready, someone presses the small yellow Play/Pause button.

The first difference you will notice between UNO Flash and standard Uno is that the game unit will randomly select whose turn it is by sending the blinking red light to one player's button. Play will not go clockwise, but will randomly shuffle around the table. Occasionally a player will even get two turns in a row. After a player plays their card (obeying the standard color/number matching rules of standard Uno) they must tap their button in order to send the turn to the next player.

If you have set a time limit of 6 or 4 seconds, the players have only that many seconds to make their move and hit their button before the timer buzzes at them and they are forced to draw 2 cards. The one exception is that a player who is hit with a Wild Draw 4 can pause the game briefly to draw their cards and suffer no penalty.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By MiddleAgedReviewer on December 3, 2008
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Traditional UNO has been one of our family's preferred vacation games for years. I'll take it for granted that you know the basics of regular UNO, a game that is not hard to learn and a lot of fun to play.

Now add in this UNO Flash Base. There are several small differences, but it definitely keeps to the tradition of the game. The biggest difference is the ability to make the game a little more fast-paced with a lighted count-down timer and lively tones while it does so. You can set the timer to four or six second intervals, or you can choose to turn the timer part altogether. This is wonderful because you get a lot of control over the speed of the game.

No matter what time interval you use, the next big difference is the fact that the UNO Flash Base tells you who is going to play next... it's not just clockwise anymore! You might even play twice in a row. When the light is on your spot, you play, you play quickly, and then you hit your button to beat the timer and send the spinner-light to the next player... which might be you again!

I like this because it takes away the animosity factor to the person who always plays before you. Not that anyone ever throws punches during these games, but when you see a card played, you can be hopeful that you're the next to play, thus whenever that person on the other side of you throws down the perfect card yet again, you feel competitional hope rather than, "oh, man, why didn't I sit next to her?"

This means that there are no "reverse" cards in the deck. Don't need 'em. It's built into the fun, flashy thing in the center. Younger players are definitely going to like this version better than the traditional version because it's more lively.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Water Monkey on November 26, 2008
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What happens at Mattel when you give your game designers a couple of cans of Jolt cola and a double shot of espresso? Uno Flash. The frantic cousin of the time tested favorite Uno, this game is fun to play. Gone is the strategy of playing cards against your neighbors. Now a Simon-like module dictates (randomly) the playing order. To make things more complicated you can also set a time limit to each turn. This definitely adds an adreniline rush to the game.

This is a fun, fast paced game for those who enjoy Uno. I like the fact that you can disable the time limit. This is helpful when you are playing with small kids. Speaking of kids they love watching the lights flash. Anticipating who will be next in turn. Both our 5 year old and 8 year old ejoy playing Uno Flash. Definitely a keeper.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Redz VINE VOICE on November 30, 2008
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I love UNO! This takes the regular Uno and it's former rules and tosses them out the window. - fun for all - After dealing out the normal 7 cards, you select your player button (any of the 6 red buttons)to signal a person is sitting at that paticular location. once all the players have selected their spot, press the play button and the computer will then randomly choose the next player. you will know if it is your turn if your corresponding button flashes. Press your button again to signal to the computer that your turn is finished so it can select the next player. The computer continusly does this randomly (you may go 3 times in a row so be forewarned) this also means that you could be hit with your own draw four too..as for the duration of your turn, that can be determined with one of the switches on the underside. Choose from unlimited (no time constrait), 6 seconds or 4 seconds to take your turn. If you do not take your turn and press the button to signify your completetion of your turn in time, there will be a buzzer sound and you will be penalized by a two card pick up. The box also states that it wants 3-6 players, but I was very pleased that it did accept only 2 players..There is also a new "Slap" card where once it is played, every player must immediately press their player button and the last one (the computer will tell you by blinking the last player's button hit) must then pick up two cards. (This does not apply to 2 person game though) - I will say that this is a really fun game which brings on tons of laughs!
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