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Four Colors (Uno)

Four Colors Four Colors (Uno) is a card game.
Face up to 3 computer-controlled opponents. Match cards by color or number,
play action cards to mix the game up and be the first to get rid of all cards.
Last but not least: Do not forget to press the 1 button when you have only one card left!

Uno (from Italian and Spanish for ‘one’) is an American card game that is played with a specially printed deck.

32 comments to “Four Colors (Uno)”

  1. Sookie says:

    My compliments to the developer, the new version of Uno is wonderful.
    I have not seen that annoying bug and I love the new scoring.

  2. pozirk says:

    UPDATE: Bug should be fixed.
    Please make sure to load new version.

  3. Sookie says:

    In Uno when I win a game I only receive 6 cards on the subsequent deal. If an AI wins I receive seven.
    This happens with any number of players. Even playing multiple games back to back it is always the same,
    I win get 6 cards next deal, AI wins I get 7.

  4. pozirk says:

    Four Colors (UNO) game was updated to the latest version.
    Bug with reshuffle should be fixed.

  5. Jane Burke says:

    Whenever we run out of cards and the deck has to be reshuffled,
    it just keeps the shuffling sound going and won’t let me continue on with the game.

  6. Soap says:

    I love pozirk gms amd they are the best boi!

  7. pozirk says:

    UNO game was updated to the latest version.
    You can now play in fullscreen mode now.

  8. cathy says:

    game still not working.
    the advertisement will play then the screen is white, the game does not pop up.
    This is the only game it is happening to all others work fine

  9. cathy says:

    the game will not load

    • pozirk says:

      Dear Cathy,
      Game loads fine for me.
      Please clear your browser cache and refresh the page.
      I also recommend you update your browser to the latest version.
      Thank you!

  10. Nonna says:

    Over the months that I have somewhat enjoyed playing this game, always just with one other ‘opponent’,
    I have come to realize that the opponent really DOES get more bonus cards. I have seen this in several games each time I play a session.
    So I do not think that the cards are equally, neutrally ‘randomly’ generated. There have been too many examples,
    and I have kept notice of them, of the lopsided disparity of ‘random’ cards. I wonder if this can be addressed.
    And I do NOT believe it IS random; I believe it’s weighted for the opponent (easy enough to do.) Thank you.

    • pozirk says:

      Dear Nonna,
      I’m not the developer of this game, but as far as I can see, cards are dealt randomly.
      Thank you!

  11. ed ford says:

    is there any way that you can keep score

  12. heraldsbane says:

    This game would be more fun if it told you the winner’s score and kept track of wins/losses for player 1.
    Also if the other players had names or I could give them names.

    • pozirk says:

      Dear heraldsbane,
      Thank you for your suggestions.
      This games was developed by another person, I’ll try to contact him and ask for modifications.

  13. Cynthia says:

    I’m hitting the “1” but it’s not registering.

    • pozirk says:

      Dear Cynthia,
      You have to hit “1” only when you have only one card left.
      I didn’t do nay changes to the games since CAR reports the problem.

  14. CAR says:

    When I play the wild card (not the draw four) and am left with one card, the game locks up when I click the one card button.
    Every time. It only happens when the wild card is played and I have one card left.

    • pozirk says:

      Dear CAR,
      I have just checked, this problem should be fixed.
      Please clear your browser cache to load updated version of the game.
      Thank you!

  15. Jim says:

    I like pozirk games

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