Uno ColorADD Rules
Uno ColorADD is a generally new form of Uno that is visually challenged benevolent. This form turned out in 2017 and now makes it feasible for individuals with visual weakness to have the capacity to appreciate Uno too. It utilizes the ColorAdd shading recognizable proof framework that makes utilization of uncommon images to speak to various hues. In this way, somebody who has visual impairment can just take a gander at the image on the card and recognize what shading it is.
Aside from the ColorAdd images and 2 extra reference cards that clarify the ColorAdd framework, everything else in Uno ColorADD is the same as the first Uno (there are 108 cards in addition to 2 reference cards).
The target of the amusement is as yet the same - Be the main player to dispose of every one of your cards, and in the event that you are playing different rounds (to score the most focuses toward the finish of the considerable number of rounds).
The ColorADD images
The images for every one of the four hues in Uno ColorADD are demonstrated as follows. The four hues which we know so well, are Red/Blue/Yellow/Green. Mattel has included two reference cards that show the images for these four hues, as well as different hues too (there are 9 hues altogether; the other 5 won't be utilized as a part of the diversion).
The Action Cards
The Action cards in Uno ColorADD are the same as in great Uno.
Skip Card - This card makes the following player to lose their turn. The card can be played with a coordinating shading card or with another Skip card on the Discard heap. On the off chance that this card is turned up toward the start of play, the lamentable first player to one side of the merchant ought to lose his/her turn.
Switch Card - This card turns around the course of play. On the off chance that the turns are going clockwise, that implies they will now go against clockwise (and tight clamp versa). This card must be played with a coordinating shading card or with another Reverse card on the Discard heap. On the off chance that the card is turned up toward the beginning of play, the merchant goes initially, and the player to his privilege goes straightaway (rather than the player on the left, as it ordinarily seems to be).
Draw Two - This card powers the following player to draw two cards from the Draw heap and miss their turn. It must be played on a coordinating shading card and another Draw Two card. In the event that this card is turned up by the merchant toward the beginning of play, the player quickly to the merchant's left who ought to go first should draw two cards and lose their turn.
Trump card - This card permits whoever plays it to change the shade of play. For instance, if the Discard heap has a green card to finish everything, whoever plays the Wild card can get out any shading he/she needs and the Wild card will go about as a substitute for that shading. On the off chance that a Wild card is turned up toward the beginning of play, the main player to go can pick whatever shading to proceed with play.
Wild Draw Four Card - This card is the most ground-breaking card of all. When you play this card, the following player needs to draw four cards from the Draw heap and lose their turn. Likewise, being a Wild card, you get the opportunity to change the shade of play. Notwithstanding, Wild Draw Four cards must be played when you don't have a coordinating shading close by to coordinate the shade of the card over the Discard heap. On the off chance that you do, despite everything you play a Wild Draw Four card, the following player could provoke you to demonstrate your hand to him/her. On the off chance that you are found to have a coordinating shading card close by, you will be punished by drawing four cards rather than the other player. In any case, if that player wrongly moves you and loses the test (since you truly don't have a coordinating shading), that player needs to draw six cards rather - for the inconvenience caused!