Is DOS Better Than UNO The Card Game? | Review & How To Play
UNO is a card game that has lived on peoples shelves for generations and generations. The nostalgia attached to countless games played around the dinner table with family and friends is unmatched by any other game. The simple number and colour matching game where players can disrupt other players’ plans by throwing in a DRAW 2, WILD DRAW 4 or SKIP or even a REVERSE.
UNO now has an official sequel after all of these years.
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DOS is a family card game that draws its inspiration from the classic gameplay in UNO. Players are essentially playing cards from their hand attempting to match them to numbered cards that are placed up in an area called the CENTRE ROW. IN DOS there are now at least TWO Face up cards in the centre and players can play cards onto these piles to remove them if they have a MATCHING NUMBER or they have cards that have a TOTAL SUM of the MATCHING number in the centre.
Players also score bonuses for not only matching the NUMBER but also MATCHING the COLOUR. Performing a single number and colour match yields players a bonus where they can play an extra card from their hand at the end of their turn. A DOUBLE COLOUR & NUMBER MATCH bonus allows players to place a card in the central area at the end of their turn as well as forcing the other players to draw a card.
When players dwindle down to only a few cards in their hand, just like in UNO fashion, if a player only has two cards left they must yell DOS or suffer a penalty.
The player who gets rid of all of their cards first earns points equal to the face up numerical cards and bonus # and Wild 2 cards left in their opponents hands. The player tor each 200 points first is declared the winner.
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