Nintendo UNO

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Not to be confused with UNO Super Mario or Nintendo 1.
The Nintendo UNO cards

Nintendo UNO is an UNO-based card game with Mario twists and aesthetics, released in 2004 by Sababa Toys. While the rules and card types are mostly the same from a normal deck, the cards contains artwork of various characters from the Mario universe. One additional card type is also added to this deck, known as a "Power Card".

Cards[edit]

There are a total of 112 cards in the set. 108 of the cards are the same as those found in a standard UNO deck, with the remaining four being the Power Card.

Power Card[edit]

The Power Card

The Power Card is an exclusive card to this deck. Players can play this card to make them "invincible" to any Draw 2 or Draw 4 cards played against them, nullifying the effects of those cards. After being played, the player who put down the card must decide what color the next card should be. If played any other time, it acts as a Wild Card. This card is worth 50 points if it is in another player's hand at the end of the game.

Illustrations on the cards[edit]

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Draw 2 Reverse Skip
Red The Red Zero card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Red One card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Luigi) The Red Two card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Toad) The Red Three card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Yoshi) The Red Four card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Princess Peach) The Red Five card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Waluigi) The Red Six card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Donkey Kong) The Red Seven card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Diddy Kong) The Red Eight card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Yellow Yoshi) The Red Nine card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Blue Yoshi) The Red Draw 2 card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Bowser) The Red Reverse card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Red Skip card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario)
Blue The Blue Zero card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Blue One card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Luigi) The Blue Two card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Toad) The Blue Three card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Yoshi) The Blue Four card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Princess Peach) The Blue Five card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Waluigi) The Blue Six card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Donkey Kong) The Blue Seven card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Diddy Kong) The Blue Eight card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Yoshi (species)Yellow Yoshi) The Blue Nine card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Blue Yoshi) The Blue Draw 2 card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Bowser) The Blue Reverse card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Blue Skip card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario)
Yellow The Yellow Zero card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Yellow One card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Luigi) The Yellow Two card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Toad) The Yellow Three card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Yoshi) The Yellow Four card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Princess Peach) The Yellow Five card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Waluigi) The Yellow Six card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Donkey Kong) The Yellow Seven card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Diddy Kong) The Yellow Eight card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Yellow Yoshi) The Yellow Nine card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Blue Yoshi) The Yellow Draw 2 card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Bowser) The Yellow Reverse card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Yellow Skip card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario)
Green The Green Zero card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Green One card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Luigi) The Green Two card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Toad) The Green Three card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Yoshi) The Green Four card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Princess Peach) The Green Five card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Waluigi) The Green Six card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Donkey Kong) The Green Seven card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Diddy Kong) The Green Eight card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Yellow Yoshi) The Green Nine card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Blue Yoshi) The Green Draw 2 card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Bowser) The Green Reverse card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario) The Green Skip card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Mario)
Wild Wild Draw 4 Power Star Card Back
The Wild card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Wario) The Wild Draw 4 card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring Boolossus) The Power Star card from the Nintendo UNO deck (featuring a Super Star) The back of the Nintendo UNO cards (featuring Mario and two Super Stars)

Trivia[edit]

  • With the exception of Luigi and Boolossus, all of the character artwork seen on the cards are from Nintendo 64 games instead of Nintendo GameCube games, which was Nintendo's most recent console at the time.