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04-25-15 09:59 AM
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I am a huge fan of UNO and any games that are even similar to it at all such as Crazy 8's. I actually didn't start learning how to play this game until I was a bit old, but I've been playing Crazy 8's for a while and I loved the game and then I found out that UNO was kind of like I so I tried it out and I fell in love with the game. I never actually played an UNO game online, so I didn't really know what I was going to find when I decides to play this one, but j was really surprised at what this game turned out to be. There were so many things in this game that I would never expect to actually see I a real game of UNO and it made this one a whole lot more fun than a real game and of course you're playing with people all over the world so it's a win win win situation.


The graphics are a whole lot better than what you would see if you were playing the real card game, and when it comes to other mobile games that I have been playing recently, its a step above. I've played a lot of games lately where everything is simple, but in this game, simple is better because a ton of graphics and animations are added to give the game a better feel, heck, you even have cool little avatars that you can choose from which is a nice little feature. Everything is colorful, and even during the loading screen you have a little ball of rays that rotate. Ir has nothing to do with the game, but it makes the aspect just a bit better and shows that the developers didn't choose to just slack off instead by making something that people would actually want to look at. The graphics make the game much better than it needs to be and my grade for this aspect is going to be an 8 out of 10.

SOUND 8/10

This game has a very respectable amount of sound in my opinion and a very good balance between music, sound, and even voices, which this game does have. I haven't played a mobile game that has voices in a long time ao it came as a pretty good surprise, not to mention that the voices were actually clear and worked well. Beyond the voices you have the sounds of the game, there's the clicking sound, the shuffling sound, the dealing sound, and a few others. Some of these sounds I feel could be a bit unnecessary, while some give off a better experience. Lastly, you have the music of the game and I really do like the music that plays in this game. When you first turn on the game and make it into the menu, you are greeted by a fun and energetic little song that I could listen to over and over. I really like that song and wish that it could also be played during the rounds instead of just while you're in the menu. I would say that the music and voices are the main aspect of sound which is really good and my grade is going to be an 8 out of 10.


Its UNO, it's already a very addicting game when its just a card game and by making it into a video game you are able to add so many new features that make it so much more fun. As a card game, UNO is the kind of game that you can play for many hours on end and by making it so that you can play with anybody around the world, the fun should never have to stop. Since w playing with all sorts of people, you never have to stop playing if you don't want to and you can play a game over and over as many times as you want, and with UNO, that's exactly what you want to so because there's nothing more thrilling than skipping someone or making them pick up cards. I know I found pure pleasure in making sure that the one person sitting next to me never had a chance to win. That's what makes the game fun, and really, it's not just fun, its a lit more than that and for this aspect, my grade is going to be another 8 out of 10.


Yet again, I'm reviewing another game that doesn't have a story, but just because the game doesn't have a story doesn't mean it's not good. The point of UNO is to play cards out of your hand and get out as soon as you can and if you're the first, then you win, and that's really all there is to UNO aside for all the small stuff. In addition to that, there's all sorts of tournaments and events, but that's just for rankings and leader board style stuff, not for anything that has to do with a story. For that km not going to give a grade to this aspect.

DEPTH 10/10

Yep, this game has a lot to offer the gamer, first off being able to play with people all over the world is a huge advantage, but that's not one of the biggest things about the game. In real life, the game has a pretty good amount of depth in the sense that the game is LONG and takes a while to play, but by having the game on a device, there's room to add so many features and to add so much depth to the game and make it bigger. For instance, there's a bunch of boosts that you can buy that will help you play better while you are in a game. Lastly you have the amount of tournaments and events that take place which really add a lot to the game and my overall grade for this aspect will be a perfect 10 out of 10.


The game isn't really hard because its based on luck just as much as its based on skill. Sure you need to be smart about what you're putting down and when to use your draws and skips, buy really its a game of chance because you never know what cards your opponents could have and because of that anything can change at any moment and when you make a move, you might be in line to win on your next turn but by the time it gets back to you everything has changed. Basically, it's as much up to the other players as it is up to you and for that, I'm going to say that the difficulty will be an even 5.


Overall, it's a fun game that's based on another fun game that's made even better. If you are a fan of Crazy 8's UNO, then I suggest you play it, and if you have never played any of those games before, then I still suggest that you give it a try because there's something special about UNO and I know you will like it if you give it a chance. It's a fun game and my overall grade is going to be a 9 out of 10.
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This game is also an occasion to break friendships when you put down a pick four cards cad

Other than the word fillers at the end of your paragraphs (and your elaboration on the non-story), this is yet another fine review of yours. It makes me want to try it and see if it's as much fun as in real life.
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This is another amazing review you've made Zander. You once again did an incredible job making such a long review for something as small as an UNO game. Once again you've impressed me. Keep up the good work man!
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