UNO confirms you cannot stack +4 or +2 cards

UNO confirms you cannot stack +4 or +2 cards

Popular card game UNO has released a Twitter statement confirming the long-known but widely ignored rule that you cannot stack +4 or +2 cards, sending fans of the game into meltdown.

So the next time someone puts down a +4 card, you're either going to have to draw four cards or skip your turn.

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Now, as any avid player of the game will know, stacking +4 and +2 cards is one of the most popular strategies out there to help get players closer to looking around the table with a smug look on face and proclaiming "Uno" - just like the arrogant dad from the commercial.

Uno cards Credit: Mattel Games

So now that it's officially been deemed rule breaking, the internet has had a lot to say about it:

In short, if the people get their way, the official rules don't really matter and you can go ahead stacking +4 and +2 cards like you've always done - just make sure that there are no players insistent on the rule book in the game.