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Gameloft Launches Free Version Of Classic UNO Card Game Onto The Android Market

UNO lovers are going to be happy today.  The widely known game publisher Gameloft launched a free version of the card game classic to the Android Market.  With the ability to play the computer or even other players over a network, all the fun that you had as a kid are packed right into the application.  From the looks of it though, this feature is only usable to people who purchase the full version at $2.99.  Go have some nostalgic fun.

Market Link ($2.99) | Market Link (Free)

  • Anonymous

    Card games been quite popular form of indoors amusement since ages and the computer has been a host to these game titles right from the beginning. With the introduction of the internet, card game titles have become even more popular.
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  • Lame. I had to reload my phone’s ROM yesterday evening and went back to install the free version. No longer “compatible” with my OG Droid CM7 or my wife’s Incredible 2. I could understand if they found a way to block out rooted devices, but her’s is completely stock HTC firmware.

  • @boybert:disqus long time…. my classmate’s sister makes $79/hour on the internet. She has been without work for 10 months but last month her check was $8100 just working on the internet for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more..http://smlk.es/op0-0sk-dj1

  • Anonymous


  • Guest

    Free version link does not work anymore.

  • Brian Hendricks

    its been pulled from the market

  • I like board games very much, and I wanted download this free version of UNO as soon as I saw the article. But its user reviews on the Android Market frightened me off – Average rating is 2,3. What is wrong with UNO? 
    My Top-10 Android applications http://k-selezneva.blogspot.com/2011/11/my-top-10-android-applications.html

  • Still got my deck of UNO cards around here, but have since used them for various drinking games.  Nevertheless, a classic.

  • Anonymous


  • @boybert:disqus  I had it on my G1… my buddy’s aunt made $257311 so far just working on the laptop for a few hours. Here’s the site to read more…http://smlk.es/LRLfEW

  • Anonymous

    I’ve had UNO since early days with the OG DROID.  It’s decent; not great.  Pretty obvious i*hone port.

  • Anonymous

    Yea I have the paid version which was one of the first apps I ever bought; Which was 2 years ago. This free version is a 45MB Download. And we all know what that means! Bloat!

  • Anonymous

    I’ve had the paid version for a long, long time.

  • Anonymous

    Gameloft sux dix. That is all. Customer service and reliability is not in their business model, but lies ad greed are.

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  • PC_Tool

    Apparently, the app is all but non-functional, regardless of free/paid.  7MB app download followed by 45MB file download on first launch…


  • Lots of 1 star ratings out there…

  • Anonymous

    got the paid version on the halloween special like a month ago for $1

  • ProvoAggie

    This came out a long time ago.  I had it on my G1.

  • Uno has been out on android for a good long while… this is only news for the free version, but is it news worthy?

  • Mctypething

    Pretty sure the paid version has been out for a while already.

    • Anonymous

      You are the man

    • @readers:disqus  my roomate’s mom made $184486 so far just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read more on this web site http://y.ahoo.it/OjyKK

  • What about the Nexus?

    • PC_Tool

      By the time they announce release dates, everyone will be running Jellybean.  By the time they actually release it, we’ll all be running Nougat.