Growing up, we would occasionally have a family game night. A favorite game was Uno. But since my mom was good at misplacing things, she'd often pick up new decks of it. We'd then, subsequently, find the older deck and just add the new one to the old one. By the time all was said and done, I think our single super-deck was about 9-10 decks worth. We'd play an entire evening without actually having to reshuffle. Uno's a fun game, but perhaps just a little simple at times. Sure, there's Draw, Reverse, and Skip cards. But it's still pretty simple. Who's Boss. Animal Riots adds a bit more to the game. They're up on Kickstarter now and looking for funding.
They've also added in a bit more of a theme beyond the faceless number and action cards. Now there's shombies and sheeponators and bully-builders. It's still family-friendly though, so feel free to get the kids and grandparents in on the games.
The campaign is set to run for another 20 days.