What is a Meeple board game?
A meeple is a little wooden character representing the player in many modern board games. Over time, the meeple has become the symbol of modern board games.
Do I need a copyright for my card game?
Copyright Registration. According to U.S. and international law, your card game is automatically protected by copyright the moment you create it in a tangible form, whether physically tangible or perceptible with the aid of a machine or device (such as a game played on a television, phone, or computer).
Is MTG copyrighted?
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What are the house rules in UNO?
We have the usual house rules: +2 / +4 stacking, double (playing 2 exact cards as one, i. e. two green 8, also valid for action cards, but not wilds) and if a 0 is played everyone passes their hand to the next player in turn. “secret”: acts as a random action card, draw the next card and then discard it.
Can you win UNO with a wild card?
Yes, you can end the game with an action card. If it is however, a Draw Two or Wild Draw Four card, the next player must draw the 2 or 4 cards respectively. These cards are counted when the points are totaled. You can end a game with an Action Card!