Finish a Phase in the newest rummy inspired game from the creators of the UNO! Mobile app. It’s the competition which has brought friends and families together for over 30 years. Now, it takes you around the world!


Race to complete each “Phase” and stay ahead. Every Phase has its own sets of cards to collect. When you have your sets, throw them down for everyone to see. The Phase is finished!


Leave your opponents in the dust! The round ends when one player gets rid of all their cards. Players who can’t finish the Phase start over and try again. Everyone else tackles the next challenge.


Train your brain with new challenges on every level. Watch carefully for patterns and outwit the game. Unlock new rules to explore and solve.


Travel the world in Journey mode! Play offline and blaze a trail through increasing challenges. Use Power-Ups to get an edge and win rewards!


Explore faraway places! Phase 10 tours from the comfort of a Pacific paradise to the chilling extremes of the North Pole. Compete with others online and be part of the international community.


Keep things fresh by playing in a new arena every game. Take a trip to the London Walk or the Arctic Cabin. Every arena has its own number of online opponents and phases.

What’s New

Version 1.0.29

A brand new update is out!

- As always, we fixed some bugs so the game will run smoother than ever.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
144.5K Ratings

144.5K Ratings

Theowner6 ,

Enjoyable game that is *mostly* well-assembled

It’s nicely put together, and it offers an overwhelmingly large selection of tasks that I probably won’t be able to compete even if I live to be 300 years old. The game looks nice too, has pleasant sound effects and music that can be disabled in favor of your own music, and I appreciate the side quests that they develop every month or so. I personally found it worth the investment in the ad-free version.

The biggest reason I deducted a star from my rating is because the game in various spots will offer extra rewards in exchange for an ad view, but it frequently fails to credit the reward after the viewing of the ad. This is an inconsistency that’s been taking place since the installation of the app about 3 months ago, so it’s hardly an isolated incident, and it’s very frustrating when it happens, especially another ad is usually not immediately available, and unless you wait for one to become available, the opportunity will be lost. I also think the game’s energy system is a bit too player-unfriendly; there are often times where the hands will be dealt & CPU players will go out before I even get to draw a card, yet that costs energy. There really should be the opportunity for the max energy levels to increase with the progression through the game, but there doesn’t seem to be. Overall, it’s closer to 4 stars than it is to 3.

Pair2117 ,

Has Potential, But Falls Short

The game is fun at the start because they give you extra energy to get you hooked at the start, and ads don’t appear as much. However, once you continue playing for awhile, you quickly run out of energy, and ads are after every single hand, sometimes lasting 30 seconds. It takes 25 minutes to load enough energy to start a SINGLE hand. That’s ridiculous. It takes $2 to buy enough gems to play 6 hands. You might not even finish a single level in the later journeys with that much money, which I think is unacceptable. Considering other fabulous strategy game apps, such as Settlers of Catan or Seven Wonders, are available for $5 or less, including the entire game capability, this whole app just feels like a money grab. You can pay $3 for the apps to go away, which is fine, except it doesn’t solve the energy problem. You just have the honor of paying $3 for something you still cannot pick up and play for as long as you wish. If this game had a reasonable price tag to play it unlimited for $5-10, that would be reasonable, but unfortunately it just feels like a money grab. On top of that, as most of the other low star reviews address, the computers seem to be dealt better hands, and I have seen computer players pick up cards that do not help them, and discarding them for the next computer player to pick up. Overall, disappointing in the end, for a game that has so much potential.

BaconManiacEatAlot ,

Fun for a while

Fun at first. I finished the 1st journey and then went back to finish each level with 3 stars. Could only accomplish 2 stars on the last level - oh well, I moved on to the 2nd journey. Started becoming obvious that the computer always seemed to have the correct cards right at their first move, but I continued to play. Ads are generally able to just X out of them - sometimes you’re stuck waiting the 30 seconds. Then came level 25. Unless you’re spending money it has been impossible for me. Sometimes I’d start out ahead but then one player magically always has what they need and flies through every round and wins. I’ve lost all interest in this and will never revisit it. It’s not fun when you don’t have a chance to win; the other players always seem to skip you or have a handful of wild cards while you jut need 1 more to hit the phase; you are trying to finish a run of a color and the winners are going for the same color; you are going for a set of 4 and others are going for the same number; you throw down a 12 and now you keep picking a 12; the list goes on but I think you get the idea. It’s worth a download for a while but not a keeper. The score means nothing; if you tie a phase then whoever finished it first is declared winner even if you have zero points and they have -5000 points. Enjoy it while you can. Once you hit your brick wall then move on and don’t look back.

App Privacy

The developer, Mattel163 Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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