UNO is one of the most classic family card games. I certainly remember UNO’s brightly colored cards being a staple of family game night growing up, and I bet you do too! Now, the iconic game has gotten a facelift so magical it could only come from Disney!
The Disney Parks UNO card game is currently available on shopDisney for $14.99. The 112-card deck features Disney characters, famous Disney Parks attractions, and landmarks that Disney fans know and love.
As per ShopDisney’s description of the UNO card, they feature the standard red, green, blue, yellow, and black color scheme on the back. The playing side of these Disney cards, though, showcase “Pirates of the Caribbean, Partners Statue, Spaceship Earth, C-3PO in Star Tours, Tree of Life, Slinky Dog Dash, Cinderella Castle, Mission Break-Out, Pandora, Lightning McQueen in Cars Land, Expedition Everest, Sleeping Beauty Castle, AT-AT inside Rise of the Resistance, Sorcerer Mickey, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Hollywood Tower Hotel.”
There’s something for every Disney fan in this game! Recommended for ages 7 and up, Disney Parks UNO has one special twist that the original card game doesn’t have. When the “Sorcerer Mickey” action card is played, everyone must pass their entire hand to the left.
Disney Parks UNO comes in a commemorative tin and can be played by 2 to 10 people, so it’s perfect for any family gathering (or even date night at home!)
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