Uno Game

#Buangons (Marky’s Color UNO)

A simple UNO game that responds fast, makes use of color, has play shortcuts, and the¬† robot player wins games ūüėČ .


Bot Commands:

!unocmds Displays the Commands List
!uno Starts the game
!stop Stops the game
!remove Removes you from the game
!unowon [nick] Displays [nick] points and games played
!unotop10 [games|wins|21] Displays the Top10 scores
!unotop3last Displays last month top3 points/games winners
!unostats Displays current record holders
!unorecords Displays All-Time records


Commands during Play:

jo = join ; pl = play

Colors: y = yellow; g = green, r = red; b = blue

dt = Draw Two
r = Reverse
s = Skip
w = Wild
wd = Wild Draw Four
dr = draw
pa = pass
co = color
ca = cards
cd = card on deck
tu = turn
od = order
ct = count
st = stats
ti = time


Examples of card play:

to play a blue 4 card: pl b4
to play a red skip card: pl rs
to play a yellow draw two card: pl yd
to play a wild draw four card: pl wd


How to Play

Each player is dealt 7 cards with the remaining ones placed face down (virtually) to form a DRAW pile. The top card of the DRAW pile is (virtually) turned over to begin a DISCARD pile. The first player has to match the card in the DISCARD pile either by number, colour, or word. For example, if the card is a blue 3, a player must throw down a blue card or any colour 3. Or the player can throw down a Wild Card. If the player doesn’t have anything to match, they must draw a card from the DRAW pile. If they can play what is drawn, great. Otherwise, play moves to the next person (pass).


What the Cards Mean

[DT] Draw Two Cards – When this card is played, the next person to play must draw 2 cards and forfeit his turn.
[R] Reverse Card – Simply reverse direction of play. Play left becomes play right, and vice versa.
[S] Skip Card – The next player to play loses his turn and is “skipped.” Mighty clever.
[W] Wild Card – This card can be played on any card. The person playing the card calls any colour to continue play, including the one presently being played if desired. A Wild card can be played even if the player has another playable card in his hand.
[WD4] Wild Draw Four Card – This is the best, meanest, most sneaky card to have. Not only does the player get to call the next colour played, but the next player has to pick 4 cards and forfeit his turn. There is a hitch, however (of course): you can only play this card when you don’t have a card in your hand that matches the colour of the card previously played.

Note: A player cannot play “Wild Draw Four” card if they have a playable matching number or same colour in their hand.



When a player is out of cards, he/she gets points for cards left in the opponent’s hands as follows:

All cards through 9 = Face value (ie: 9 is 9 points)

Draw 2 = 20 points

Reverse = 20 points

Skip = 20 points

Wild = 50 points

Wild Draw 4 = 50 points


Object of the Game

To be the first person to discard all of their cards.