It’s a hard truth, but UNO has officially confirmed that +4 or +2 cards cannot be stacked — at all.
The card game company issued a post on Twitter confirming that the move has in fact been illegal all along and that the company knows you’ve been trying to pull it off sneakily. Apparently, if a player puts down a +4 card, the next player must simply draw four cards and skip their turn. No stacking allowed.
— UNO (@realUNOgame) May 4, 2019
Of course, anyone who has ever played a very competitive game of UNO with friends and family will know that stacking +4 and +2 cards is a commonly used strategy, so it was to no surprise that the Internet didn’t take the official clarification well. Many users went online to comment and tweet about it, resulting in some pretty hilarious tweets. Check out the internet’s reactions below in a list of tweets we’ve compiled.
That’s not even how Uno is played.
– From Everybody https://t.co/y0PNuj8ic6
— Foot Locker (@footlocker) May 5, 2019
y'all have really been STACKING draw cards in uno?!?!?!?!??!!??!!??! pic.twitter.com/Po0iRGIGZc
— wikipedia brown-mormont (@eveewing) May 5, 2019
But can you add a draw 2 to a draw 2??
— Timmy 2 Toes (@TimFuerst1) May 5, 2019
i know this is literally your game that you made up but this is incorrect im sorry https://t.co/EZ4wTxRqYH
— tracy the emotional support penguin (@brokeymcpoverty) May 5, 2019
My deck, my rules…someone's eating this +24
— Kyle Smith (@absentstudent87) May 4, 2019
I love how folks were arguing with Uno about how to play Uno. A game they created.
— Karlous Miller (@KarlousM) May 5, 2019
Instructions book says house rules apply so delete this asapually
— Darius is not a Cop (@uverneous) May 5, 2019
What about a +4 on a +4?
— quintel clements (@q_theflyguy) May 5, 2019
Listen just make the cards, let us do the playing
— Jimbo (@Jimbrowskee) May 5, 2019