The classic game comes to Bada
by on February 21, 2011
Bada is becoming more of an attractive platform for games developers as Samsung brings the OS to yet more handsets.
Uno is, of course, the classic game. New players will find things extremely easy to pick up in this version, while you simply drag and drop cards using your finger on the screen as you compete to be the first to get rid of all your cards.
You can play the game on your own, but you’ll surely prefer to play with others and you can play with a group of up to four in several different multiplayer modes although we have to say we’re not huge fans of passing the phone around to play games like this.
You can also customise the game rules and discover new ways to play like “UNO 7-0”, “UNO Challenge”, “Jump In” and others. There’s also Tournament Mode where you can progress through increasingly difficult challenges to collect prizes and unlock colourful themes too. It’s certainly worth its usual price of £1.50 and if you find the app at the right time, this might even have dropped to £1.
Download this app: UNO for Samsung Bada
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