How to play Uno All Wild
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The rules are the same as regular uno except for these changes. Every card is a wild and can be played on any other card. At the beginning of the game if a wild action card is the first card flipped, ignore the action. Reverse, skip, and draw 2 do the same thing as in regular uno but are attached to wild cards. A skip 2 card skips the next two players. A targeted draw 2 card allows you to pick any player to draw 2 cards, but that player does not lose their next turn. A forced swap card forces you to trade your hand with any other player. You must still say uno if you trade with someone who only has 1 card.
Instead of playing a card you may draw a card, then you may play the card you drew card. If you choose not to, then you end your turn without playing anything. At the end of the game any normal wild card is worth 20 points and all wild action cards are worth 50 points.