Guess who's UNO's new friend? Its DOS from Mattel! One is going to be outnumbered by two and matching the number is everything. Just like UNO the DOS card game involves a frantic run to be the first and you become the champion by getting rid of your cards. The players of the game have two discard piles each. Players can put both the cards down when they have two cards that sums up to the corresponding number to the card from the center pile. When your play leads you to have two cards in hand, don't forget to yell DOS! Whoever makes it 200 points first is the winner.
We're still learning how to use it. Made up a few of our own like calling "dos" instead of uno when there's 2 cards left. We're going to put it in the Jurassic uno attack dinosaur head to try it out for fun.
We like Uno so I thought our 10 year old would like to try Dos so I got it for Christmas. The instructions were complicated but the game seemed too easy. Maybe this is geared more for little kids, like ages 4-7. There are no cards like a Draw Two or Skip, it’s just a numbers matching game. The rounds went by quick with no real strategy required. We found it boring.
A different take on the original Uno game. Two new cards that take getting used to. We played two people and it felt like we were playing the game wrong even though it was correct. Game went really fast.
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Youngest daughters family includes 10 and 14 year old children. They all play a lot of games so when I visit I participate. As we all love UNO, I thought DOS might be fun also. However DOS is not user friendly; complicated; and not fun. Worst $6 I spent. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
1 reply from Consumer Services team - 11 months ago
We're sorry to hear DOS didn't meet your families expectations. Our Consumer Services would be happy to help. Phone or e-mail support is available Mon.- Fri., 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST. You can find all of our contact information here: https://fp-fami.ly/2KPpSim