UNO confirms that you are not supposed to stack +2 and +4 cards on top of each other

By May 8, 2019Current

TL;DR – Turns out some of us might have been playing the card game wrong our entire life.

In case you haven’t heard, UNO has officially confirmed that you cannot stack +2 and +4 cards on top of each other.

Yes, let that sink in.

You cannot stack +2 or +4 cards together.

At all.

In a Twitter post, the card game company has confirmed that the move is illegal. And UNO knows that we’ve been playing it that way all our lives.

Apparently, if a player puts down a +4 card, the next player must collect four cards and skip their turn. Likewise, if a player puts down a +2 card, then the next player must collect two cards and skip their turn. Absolutely no stacking allowed.

So, if you been stacking +4 and +2 cards together to sabotage the next player in all your UNO games, just know that you are not supposed to do that.

Not taking this piece of information very well yet?

Well, you’re not alone. Check out the internet’s reactions below:

Some still in denial


https://twitter.com/plutonian_waste/status/1125229810370928641

Some felt cheated

Some accuses UNO of not knowing how to play the game

Come on UNO, why do you have to do this to us?

 

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