Ubisoft Releases Demo for ‘Uno’ on Japanese Switch eShop

A demo version of Ubisoft’s UNO for Nintendo Switch is now available via the Japanese eShop. This demo of the game consists of three full plays, after which players will have to buy the full version.

Since the Switch is region-free, you don’t actually have to be in Japan in order to play this demo. All you need to do is create a Japanese profile on your Switch, and viola—you have access.

Here’s the full description of the game:

Players can now race against friends to see who can empty their hand first in Classic Play, or you can customize your experience with a variety of unique and exciting House Rules. For even more fun, the new Emote system allows players to share the joy of victory – or the agony of defeat.

The addition of Today’s Rulesets brings a new collection of game attributes, challenges, and live leaderboards.

The classic rules you love are back! Stacking, swapping 7s, passing 0s, and, for the first time on consoles, Jump-In.

Flick the controller to play, draw, or pass cards for the physical feel of real-life UNO.

Play with the Rabbids, Just Dance, Rayman, or Winter themes for four new, unique experiences!

Play online or locally using up to four Switch consoles, and communicate using the new Emote system!

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Jason Lepine
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