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Our favourite card game Uno has come out and clarified a rule for playing and the internet is behaving like a rebellious toddler.
The official Uno twitter account explained: “You cannot STACK a +2 on a +2”.
*Per management: 🚨 You cannot STACK a +2 on a +2 🚨— UNO (@realUNOgame) October 8, 2020
Go ahead, roast us.
This means that if a player puts down a +2 card, and it’s your turn next, you have to draw two cards and forfeit your turn. You can’t throw down a +2 and stack.
But Uno also said in their tweet: “Go ahead, roast us.”
So of course the internet did exactly that.
Some people decided they knew the rules better:
People even pulled out the rule book but Uno still clarified:
“What this means is, player A drops a +2, player B draws 2 cards and loses their turn, then player C is free to play another +2. But player D can still only draw 2 cards. There is no stacking of any cards allowed.”
What this means is, player A drops a +2, player B draws 2 cards and loses their turn, then player C is free to play another +2. But player D can still only draw 2 cards. There is no stacking of any cards allowed.— UNO (@realUNOgame) October 12, 2020
And don’t even get started with skipping:
Still no - how'd you even get that from our tweet? 😂— UNO (@realUNOgame) October 8, 2020
If you’re a die hard physical card game player and hate the new rules, you might want to switch to the PC game, where you can still stack til your heart’s content.
Yes you can. In the PC game, there's an option that lets you do exactly that. You can also stack a +4 on a +4 using that same option. Checkmate, management.— angelfacepeanut (@angelfacepeanut) October 8, 2020
Or, you know, you can just ignore the rules and carry on as usual! No harm no foul.
Will you play by the new rule or carry on and not care?