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UNO is probably the most-well known member of the shedding-type family of card games. The game was developed in 1971 by American barber Merle Robbins as a derivative of Crazy Eights, and he sold the rights to International Games Inc. in 1972. That company would later be acquired by Mattel in 1992. Today the game has sold around 151 million copies worldwide. This book will detail the rulesets for UNO and some of its most notable variations.

This is a collaborative book to which anyone can contribute.

Notable Variations and Spin-Offs: