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UNO Blast Card Game

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  • The newest member of the UNO family offers an exciting and unpredictable way to play
  • Now the #1 family card game is even more exciting and unpredictable
  • When players don't have a card to play, they must draw one and place it in a slot on the Blast unit
  • Select the wrong slot and the unit may blast out every card it holds for the unlucky player
  • Includes 112 UNO cards and the UNO Blast unit
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 3.1 x 10.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00C74I9V4
  • Item model number: Y2318
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 7 - 15 years
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,612 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
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Card-Blasting Family Fun

UNO Blast adds a new level of surprise and excitement to one of America’s #1 brand of card games. When you draw a card you can’t play, you have to put it in one of five slots in the card blaster. The cards stack up until someone randomly triggers the blast. When the blaster goes off, the player adds all of the blasted cards into their own hand.

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Randomized trigger slot – you never know where
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Play the Wild Blast card to sabotage your opponents.
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Players must choose carefully, because any slot
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It’s compact for easy travel.
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Includes a unique 110-card UNO deck and card blaster.
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UNO Blast adds a new level of surprise and excitement to UNO brand card games.
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Unique to this UNO deck are Wild Blast cards. When you play a Wild Blast card, the next player has to take cards from the draw pile and put them into the card blaster until the player triggers it. Will they end up with one extra card in their hand, or five? You’ll have to play it to find out. The game also features all the classic elements of UNO gameplay, including Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos, and Wild Cards. The object is still the same – be the first person to get rid of all your cards, and score points from what other players have left in their hands. It’s compact for easy travel too.

Features
  • Randomized trigger slot – you never know where the blast will happen
  • Wild Blast card sabotages your opponents
  • Wild Blast card forces the next player to insert cards into the blaster until it triggers
  • Includes a unique 110-card UNO deck and card blaster

From the Manufacturer

Uno Blast Game: The newest member of the UNO family offers an exciting and unpredictable way to play UNO. Gameplay is similar to classic play, but there is an added challenge with the UNO Blast unit. When players don't have a card to play, they must draw one and place it in a slot on the Blast unit - but they should choose carefully. Select the wrong slot and the unit may blast out every card it holds for the unlucky player to add to his or her hand. It's an absolute blast to play and Fast Fun for Everyone. Includes 112 UNO cards and the UNO Blast unit.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Nice change from the regular UNO.
K. Dubose
The little ones and the elderly should have no problems learning to play this fast and easy game.
ThisThatNEverything
This is a great renovation of a classic game that the entire family can enjoy.
guitfiddleblue

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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I understand that to remain relevant in the increasingly competitive game marketplace, classic games have continued to evolve. They seem to feel that they must incorporate all kinds of bells and whistles to attract new and younger users. With UNO, we've already been through Attack and Flash and Spin and now we've got Blast. I suppose a higher consumer price point doesn't hurt the decision to go bigger but, trust me, bigger isn't always better. As an adult gamer, part of UNO's enduring charm is that it appealed to all ages. For my taste, UNO Blast skews younger than previous titles released under the UNO brand. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it reduces the replayability factor for me.

Set-up: Unit requires 3 AA batteries, so make sure you have some on hand or purchase with the game.

Players: Suggests 2-6 players. Personally, I think it should be three or more. The game simply flows better when more players are incorporated.

Rules/Game Play: Many of the cards will be familiar to UNO users such as Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos, and Wild Cards. Now, though, the deck also incorporates Wild Blast. Experienced UNO players might be attempted to intuitively navigate the new game, assuming they know how to do everything (sound familiar?), but I had to reference the instructions several times. The big difference in regular game play is that discards go right into one of five slots on an electronic game board called the card blaster. Anyone can trigger the Blast feature and so the cards go flying into the air and the person who triggered the blast must now take responsibility for them.

Wild Blast: This new card can be leveraged during the game and it requires that someone draw and discard until triggering an explosion. Not very nice, is it?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hrafnkell Haraldsson VINE VOICE on July 7, 2013
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* Important: Make certain to put the batteries in correctly. If the game does not make a sound when you put the batteries in and turn it on, you did it wrong. You will need a Phillips head screwdriver to install the batteries *

Uno Blast is a fun game. If you like Uno, I promise you will enjoy this version of the game. One of the best elements of Uno Blast is that the games go more quickly than in standard Uno. I do not like long games with the exception of strategy games (I'm an old Avalon Hill grognard from when war games had cardboard counters rather than plastic figures). We played three games in less than 45 minutes.

In part this is because with Uno Blast you can never get more than 5 cards added to your hand at a time. However, fortunes can change very quickly. You can say Uno! one minute and two rounds later you have a dozen cards in your hand. At one point, I said Uno and suddenly held 13 cards!

The blast part of the game is fun. When you put a card in a slot the machine makes a sound. The first time the machine shoots cards into the air you'll jump out of your seat and the sense of anticipation is ever present. If you are forced to draw a card, rather than adding it to your hand, you must place it in the machine. One of the five slots will cause the card to shoot out. Any cards that shoot out go into your hand.

Uno Blast uses several new cards, including an Wild Card Blast card, which requires the next player to draw cards until the machine shoots them out, giving him up to 5 additional cards.

The interesting part is that everyone can see the cards being placed into the machine. This has advantages and disadvantages and, I think, this adds to the strategy and challenge of the game.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on July 22, 2013
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UNO is a fun game. My family has played UNO tons of times. UNO = fun. UNO Blast = UNO - fun.

I unwrapped said toy from the box. My wife said, "I like UNO, let's play". So we loaded the blaster up with the required 3 AA batteries and proceeded to play. Until the BLAST went off. At which my wife said to me, "it's evil, kill it!". I reached for the blaster and realized that the creators of UNO Blast did not include a volume switch. This would have been handy as the only blasting that I did was the soiling of my pants every time the ear-splitting shriek went off.

On a positive note, the game included UNO. We'll be keeping the cards handy. Not so for the blaster.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrea VINE VOICE on July 11, 2013
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UNO Blast Card Game. Hours of family fun. I love playing games with my family. I have been playing UNO for many, many years, but this game (UNO Blast) is a new twist on it. I love playing this game with my granddaughter, because she learns a lot and it helps her to think. I also love playing the game with my kids. If nothing else, it's good family time.

Highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on June 25, 2013
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Uno games have always been some of our favorites. Each new one that comes out, we love it! This game is no exception!
The concept is that of regular Uno with the twist being a Uno Blast card that causes the recipient to have to draw cards and place them in the Uno Blaster until it explodes! This could be after only one card or up to five cards. Also, the Draw One cards cause the recipients to take their chance at getting blasted. AND....any time you do not have a card to play, you have to draw one and place it in the Uno Blaster. So the game can be going smoothly and then....BLAST!! You are losing again !
We have a 5 year old and a 17 year old, both boys, and we played this game with them. We all four had loads of fun! Because we have played UNO games before our youngest knew the concepts of Uno. His expressions each time he had to place a card in the slot were priceless! My teenager loved it too!
I think this will definitely be one of our favorites.
The only negative comment I have would be that it is somewhat similar to UNO Attack in that it explodes cards to you. However, I like it better than UNO Attack because it seems to be built better and it is not glitchy like our UNO Attack was.
Another positive thing I like is that re-enforces the lessons I have been teaching my youngest son. He is able to work on his number recognition skills as well as matching skills while having fun. He works on counting how many cards he has left to reach "UNO". And he has a lot of fun!
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