There are 108 cards in a Uno deck. There are four suits, Red, Green, Yellow and Blue, each consisting of one 0 card, two 1 MORE?
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The Mad Magazine Card Game
Uno H2O is a card game similar to the original Uno. The only difference is that the cards are transparent waterproof cards, instead of the original paper-like cards.
These cards listed are cards made specially for Uno H2O.
The Mad Magazine Card Game was published by Parker Brothers in 1979 as a blend of Uno and Crazy Eights. All of the cards feature Alfred E. Neuman, the mascot of Mad magazine. The object is to be the first player to lose all cards.
The deck consists of the following cards:
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