I didn't save the box and there is nothing on the cards. Looks like they are at least licensed by DC Comics but it seems unlikely that they were made in USA. More likely China. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
By Sue Cummings on December 19, 2013
http://www.braillebookstore.com/Uno.p UNO is one of the world's most popular family card games, with rules easy enough for kids, but challenges and excitement enough for all ages. Getting Started…
http://www.braillebookstore.com/Uno.p UNO is one of the world's most popular family card games, with rules easy enough for kids, but challenges and excitement enough for all ages. Getting Started First, deal each player seven cards. The remaining cards should be placed face-down, to form the "draw" pile. Then, turn over the top card of the draw pile to begin the "discard" pile, the pile players will place their cards on top of. The person sitting to the left of the dealer gets to go first. Playing the Game Naturally, the object of Uno is to get rid of all your cards before anyone else does. You have lots of fun cards you can use to make others pick up cards, but of course they can use them against you as well. That's the fun ... and the excitement ... of Uno. So roust the gang for America's #1 card game! It's easy to learn. Here we go. Each player has to match the card in the discard pile either by number, color or word. For example, if the top card on the discard pile is a red 7, a player must throw down a red card or any color 7. Or the player can throw down a Wild Card. If the player doesn't have anything to match, he must pick a card from the draw pile. If he can play what is drawn, great. Otherwise play moves to the next person. You do not have to continue picking up until you come across a card you can play. So what's a Wild? This type of card lets you change the color of play. For example, if there is a blue 3 on top of the pile, and you have more yellow cards you want to play, you could lay down a wild card. Announce that you're changing the color to yellow, and the next player must play cards of that color. Or change the color again with another wild--a nasty but legal trick. You'll also come across cards labeled Skip. Quite simply, this card will skip the person next to you, and let the following player have her turn right away. Found a Reverse card? If you play that card, then the order of play is reversed. Instead of the player on your left playing after you, it will pass to the one on your right. In other words, if play is proceeding clockwise, this card will change it to counter-clockwise. Cards labeled Draw 2 or Plus 2 are pickup cards. The player next to you will have to pick up two cards if you play one of these. Lastly, you will come across cards called Wild Draw 4. This means that, if played, the player gets to change the color ... and the player next to him has to pick up four cards. When you have one card left, you must yell "UNO" (meaning one). If you don't call "Uno" and you get cought by another player, you must pick up two cards from the draw pile. Once a player has no cards left, the hand is over. Points are scored and you start over again. Scoring If you win the game, you give yourself points according to the number and type of cards left in opponents' hands. Here's a list for you: Number cards: Face value Non-wild word cards: 20 points Wild cards: 50 points The first player to reach 500 points wins the game! But don't expect it to be too easy--the UNO card deck is packed with Command Cards that may foil your plans! Note: Uno can be varied however you choose, but everyone must agree before playing. That is known as House Rules. Okay?
By Steve Miklashevskiy on June 21, 2015