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Gameloft releases Uno as Click Wheel iPod Game

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By Jeremy Horwitz

Editor-in-Chief, iLounge
Published: Tuesday, July 29, 2008
News Categories: iPod

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Continuing the release of games specifically designed for the iPod classic, third-generation iPod nano, and fifth-generation iPod, Gameloft today released Uno ($5), a translation of the classic card game. Designed to be played either alone against the CPU or in a multi-player mode with up to four people, Uno also has a rewards system that tracks your performance and adds special icons to your saved game profile.

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i think that this is a really good sign from apple.  I don’t know if the game is any good, but continuing to have ipod nano and classic games while the app store is around is a sign of good faith to anyone who bought a nano or classic.  I love apple for releasing this game just to make a statement they they haven’t forgotten about the non-iphone users.

Posted by Daniel Lipson on July 29, 2008 at 1:25 PM (PDT)

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Uno thats a classic game. I know everything is iPhone now..but this game needs to be on the iPhone.. It would be amazing…

Posted by Eric Lewis on July 29, 2008 at 8:46 PM (PDT)

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