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Uno (1994)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (28.64 MB)
MD5: fcbf8f9a162d425aa3e1df1fe191eeee
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver, Mini vMac II

The platform did have unofficial adaptations like Mikael Bergerholm's Uno and Art Min's Carte, but for a professional, licensed version of 'America's Favorite Family Card Game,' a classic Mac OS user would have had to look in Japan.

Tomy's implementation is a single-player game against four computer opponents. It uses the official deck as it looked in 1994, and generally offers all the experiences you'd expect from an authorized Uno:

Only one of those situations was central enough to the brand to spotlight on the cover, but they're all in there.

Sushi The program's text is a mixture of Japanese and English, but anyone familiar with the card game should be able to get the hang of it by trial and error. Hint: when a dialog box asks a question, the option on the right is affirmative, and can be chosen by pressing Return.

Architecture: 68k

The QuickTime movies have been known to crash SheepShaver. They can be disabled by pressing ⌘M after launching the game, but this preference is not saved when you quit.


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by IIGS_User - 2018, October 12 - 6:54pm

Between Mini vMac and SheepShaver, there is Basilisk. Should work as well, I presume. Smile

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by butterburger - 2018, October 12 - 6:00pm

Thank you, Winterlast. I appreciate you writing description with care and effort. It is helpful and funny.