‘The Office’ UNO Game Is On Its Way With A Hilarious New Rule
NBC's "The Office" may have ended seven years ago, but it still lives on through syndication, streaming services, and games like this.
The beloved game of UNO will soon be able to be played with the folks at Dunder Mifflin. "The Office" UNO is based completely around the characters on the show with plenty of funny, yet fitting images of characters like Michael, Jim, Pam, and Dwight.
In this "Office" edition of UNO, there's a new rule in honor of ‘Kevin Malone’s Famous Chili’ incident. True fans of "The Office" know what I am talking about. If this card has been drawn by a player, then the player will then be forced to drop all their cards on the table. If you don't drop them as clumsy as Kevin dropped his chili, you're doing it wrong!
According to the game's description, other than the "Kevin's Famous Chili" rule, it is played the exact same way as traditional UNO. "Players race to get rid of all their cards by matching a card in their hand with the current card shown on top of the deck. When you're down to one card, don't forget to yell 'UNO!' before the word day is over."
However, I'd like to make on suggestion. Instead of yelling "UNO!", try declaring bankruptcy like Michael Scott. That way you can add more humor from "The Office" to the game.
The Office UNO will be available in July. The good news is that the game is pretty affordable. You can pre-order it now for only $5.99 here. Oh, and you want to play more games centered around "The Office", check out "The Office" edition of Clue here.
And if you want to stock up on all games related to "The Office", there are a few fun ones available on Amazon.