The UFF-DA Game My name is Gary Erickson. I am a Swedish American entrepreneur, and I have created an exciting new Scandinavian card game called UFF-DA. This game is the perfect family substitute for the Mean Flat-screen Monster, also known as the TV. It provides wholesome family fun and personal interaction for those rainy days and lonesome nights in the cabin. The game is named after the famous Scandinavian expression “UFF-DA!” meaning “Surprise” or “Oh No!”. The out laud UFF-DA expression is used as a declaration to all players that a player is at their last card and about to win the round, the bonus points and possibly the game. The objective of the game is to have the least accumulated points at the end of 10 rounds. UFF-DA is a numbers matching card game similar to Dominos with an UNO like last card declaration condition. The unique UFF-DA rules describe penalties and bonus points that capture and hold the attention of all players for the entire game. Organizing your cards in matching playing order helps to map-out a winning strategy, along with your luck-of-the-draw. The players’ rivalries intensify with penalties cards as the bonus point’s increase in each round.