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UNO Roboto Game
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- Meet the Interactive "Wild Card" that brings UNO to life
- Customizable game play begins with recording each player's name and creating totally unique "house rules"
- This unpredictable little robot will surprise you by calling out Random Rules and funny phrases that change the way you play
- Includes 1 UNO Roboto figure, 108 cards and instructions
- A must have for any game night
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A modern twist on the classic game, UNO Roboto is a fun and interactive card game that everyone aged 7 years and up can enjoy. Following the same rules of classic UNO, two to six players attempt to get rid of all of their cards but with one catch: an unpredictable interactive robot mixes up the game every chance he gets. The robot calls out random rules and funny phrases that change the way you play. You never know what UNO Roboto will say next, but you'll still race to say, "UNO!"
Interactive Game with a Simple Objective
UNO Roboto comes with 108 game cards and an interactive robot figure that serves as the dealer. The objective is simple: try to get rid of your cards as quickly as possible to win the game.
Each player is dealt seven cards from the deck varying in color, number, and symbol. UNO Roboto will call out the name of a player to go first. Players must try to match a card from their existing pile with the card on top of the discard pile. If they don't have a match, they have to take an additional card from the draw pile. Players whittle down their cards, and the first player with only one card left must shout "UNO" to win the game.
Customizable Game Play Adds a Twist
If you've ever played UNO, or even if you haven't, playing UNO Roboto is simple. Prior to beginning the game, players record their name into the robot's microphone for personalized play. Players can also record special house rules, such as "Recite the pledge of allegiance," or "Do the chicken dance" for the robot to call out randomly during the game. Make up your own house rule or choose one from the house rule cards.
Unlike classic UNO, the robot will speak surprise commands at random, challenging players by name to perform certain tasks. The robot may tell you to trade your cards with another player, or instruct everyone to raise an arm, with the last person to do it forced to draw two cards.
Fun, Ready-to-Play Game
This interactive card game comes with everything you will need to play. Three AA batteries come ready to power the robot, and no other setup is required. Your group of two to six players can get right down to the fun--draw, discard, and race against each other to rid yourself of cards and complete the robot's commands.
Playing UNO Roboto is fun. While the concept of an interactive robot may initially seem unnecessary for such an easy to play game, its presence adds unpredictable excitement. Players will appreciate the customizable nature and crazy challenges offered. The robot is small enough to carry for on-the-go play too.
What's in the Box
UNO Roboto figure, 108 cards, and instructions.
Top Customer Reviews
Your first big question, as was mine, is "What does it do?" It takes a regular game of UNO and throws in some curveballs. After recording your name (which is then replayed in a higher elf-like pitch which the kids will find funny), Roboto starts to make requests of you. It's not obtrusive to the game (it probably occurs every 10 turns or so) but it's enough to keep you on your toes. Roboto will randomly say something like, "Greg & Marsha, exchange all your cards," or, "Jerry, give all your green cards to Newman." Roboto seems to mete out the abuses evenly among all the players, making it unlikely anyone would feel picked on. Every now and then it will say something like, "Everyone... Touch your nose! The last player to do this, draw two cards." It will even ask one player to record a nickname for another player, which it will then use when referring to that person. It gets to be really funny if your group uses some creativity with the nicknames and subsequently Roboto calls Dad "Biiiiig Daddy!" or Mom "WONDER WOMAN!" in a squeaky elven voice.
UNO Roboto is easy to use and has been a hit for everyone we've shared it with. Will it replace your regular UNO-fests? No, but it provides a fun change of pace and more than its fair share of smiles.
UPDATE: My children have dragged this little game to their scout meetings and after school center and it has been a huge hit with everyone. They love this game!
You can also give the cute little robot a "house rule." For example, I usually use, "Whoever has the most cards can get rid of one": that balances the game out. The robot will dish out the house rule a couple times throughout the game. You can go crazier routes, like, "Whoever does ten jumping jacks first can get rid of one card." Whatever you want.
Downsides? Well, UNO was always more about luck than skill, but here skill is almost completely irrelevant. You could be doing well, but then suddenly be told to draw cards until you find a red one... and that sometimes ruins you right there. So, if you're going to be all uptight about that sort of thing, you might want to pass on this. But if you're willing to laugh at yourself (and your friends!), then go for it. (By the way, I claimed this was kind of educational because it teaches kids that life isn't always fair. Yeah, I know, stretching it.)
More importantly, I wish you could make the robot speak more loudly. If you're at a party where there's a lot of background noise, I highly doubt you'll be able to hear it, even on its loudest setting. On the bright side, you can tell it to repeat whatever it just said: that helps a lot.
Also, keep in mind that six players is the maximum allowed.
Overall, it's a fun game as long as you're willing to laugh--and you should be!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute and really fun! My kids loved this little guy. Made the game a bit more interesting. Just wish he had a volume control to make him loader. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Connie Thomas
This robot game is really hard to understand for everyone in the family. Wish I would've been more careful opening it, so we could have returned it. It will never be played.Published 11 days ago by Lovefam6
Gave this game to my grandson for his birthday. Within minutes he had it out and was playing with his sister and cousins. Very fun take on Uno. Nice to hear the laughter!Published 20 days ago by L. McManus
My whole family loves playing this game! It's a fun twist on classic UNO. The little robot is funny, and keeps the game interesting even for the older players. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Deb
Okay...this was a HUGE hit at Christmas with my 11 year old and a handful of 20 year old kids. Lots of laughter and a way to spice up a family loved gamePublished 1 month ago by kLm