Ocho Card Game
Ocho is a card game with similar rules as the popular Uno Game, but with different gameplay.
The winner of a hand is the first player to have no cards left in their hand at the end of any one turn.
Start by dealing out 7 cards to each player, then place the remaining cards (the Draw Pile) in the middle of the table. Take the top card and place it face-up next to the Draw Pile – this is the Play Pile. Play starts clockwise, starting with the player to the left of the dealer.
On a player’s turn, they must play a card on the Play Pile from their hand, adding cards to their hand from the Draw Pile when unable to play. A card can be played if it matches the suit or rank of the top card of the Play Pile. When the Draw Pile is empty, it is replenished by shuffling the cards from the Play Pile, leaving the current top card out of the shuffle.
|Reverses the direction play is going in.
|The next player in order must draw two cards (and does not play a card).
|No special value.
|J, Q, K
|Can be played on any suit, and the player chooses the new suit to be played on.
|Wild Draw Four
|Can be played on any suit, and the player chooses the new suit to be played on. The next player in order must draw four cards (and does not play a card).
|An identical card
(Matching rank and suit)
|The next player in order does not play a card.
Ocho Card Game is developed by 2play.
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How to Play:
Read the “HOW TO PLAY” inside of the game.