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  1. Rob

    Smash Up: Sheep

    Smash Up: Sheep is a single faction promotional item that publisher AEG is distributing to people who complete a survey about the Smash Up game line. The minions in the sheep faction obediently and harmlessly follow other minions around from base to base — then they mercilessly crush their opponents with a wave of minions no one can stop. Baaa!
  2. The World Tour continues! In order to see every continent on our world tour, we just had to include five factions! One entire free faction of fun for the price of four! Culture Shock takes us through the folk and fairy tales of: Russia, where minions are frequently transformed; West Africa, where sharing stories and cards is valued; and Germany, where uniting characters from the same tale gives multiple benefits. We also look at the incredible histories of: the Inca Empire, known for its roads and monumental architecture; and Polynesians, who spread out on as many islands as possible. Culture Shock is fully compatible with all previous Smash Up expansions.
  3. Come along on the Smash Up World Tour! International Incident is the start of a year-long trip around the four corners of the world to visit some of the coolest heroes that different cultures have to offer! From the cold of Canada to the heat of Mexico and beyond, this first World Tour set adds awesome factions to your fight for the bases. The Luchadores bring their high-flying, death-defying wrestling combinations to the fight, and the Mounties are at their strongest while they get their man and keep the Great White North safe! The Musketeers use their explosive action chains to gallantly defeat enemies, and the Sumo Wrestlers bulk up and throw their weight around, knocking their enemies away from the base. World Tour: International Incident is compatible with all other Smash Up expansions!
  4. Rob

    Smash Up: That '70s Expansion

    Smash Up: That '70s Expansion is a standalone two-player-only game that can also be used as an expansion for other Smash Up titles. The four factions to be included in this set are truckers, vigilantes, disco dancers, and kung fu fighters.
  5. Smash Up: Oops, You Did It Again is a standalone two-player-only game that can also be used as an expansion for other Smash Up titles. The four factions to be included in this set are Vikings, Cowboys, Samurai, and Egyptians.
  6. The box of the original Core Set could only accommodate the first 3 sets (up through The Obligatory Cthulhu Set), so The Big Geeky Box was created to accommodate more sets. But The Big Geeky Box will eventually run out of space, especially when you sleeve all the cards. Now The Bigger Geekier Box was designed to hold even more sets than The Big Geeky Box. It has four long troughs that can hold dozens of decks each and a closeable token holder, the previously-released Geeks and Smash Up All Stars factions with their corresponding bases. Also, unlike the Big Geeky Box, this set contains a comprehensive rule book compiling all the rules and card clarifications from all the sets created so far. The set also comes with dividers that name every faction made thus far and for Oops, You Did It Again. To accommodate partly full troughs, the box includes foam bricks that can be positioned anywhere along the troughs and will remain in place.
  7. Never let a cute face fool you, there's a beatin' awaiting you behind those cuddly smiles (didn't Pretty Pretty Smash Up teach you anything?!?!) But it doesn't end there, if you survive the onslaught of the teddy bears, you have rock stars, grannies, and explorers awaiting… seriously, what were we thinking? Smash Up: What Were We Thinking returns to the wild randomness of the early days of Smash Up. By combining this expansion with your Smash Up sets, will you take Zombie Rock Stars against Explorer Dinosaurs? What about Time Travelling Grannies versus Teddy Bear Vampires? It’s all possible now! All your dreams can finally come true!
  8. Rob

    Smash Up: Big in Japan

    Smash Up: Big in Japan brings the most kawaii base-bashing you've seen to Smash Up, with four factions born from Japanese pop culture: anime fighting girls, cute collectible critters that are totally not Pokémon, colorful fighters that are in no way Power Rangers, and Godzilla.
  9. Rob

    Smash Up: Cease and Desist

    Smash Up: Cease and Desist can be played on its own as a two-player game or combined with other Smash Up titles to allow for up to four players to compete for control of bases at the same time. Smash Up: Cease and Desist includes four factions — Astroknights, Changerbots, Star Roamers, and Ignobles — with 22 cards for each faction. To play, you shuffle together any two factions, whether from this set or any other Smash Up title, then start playing.
  10. Think only pirates, time travelers, vampires and bears can smash bases? Well, get ready to be taught a lesson — in the nicest way possible! Pretty Pretty Smash Up brings the sweetest factions ever to the vicious fight for victory! Kitty Cats use their incredible cuteness to take control of enemy minions. Princesses ply their royalty, beauty and even their love to get their way. Fairies' fickle tricks give you options like never before, while the herds of Mythic Horses work together for dominance. Get ready — your opponents will never know what hit them! Pretty Pretty Smash Up can be played on its own as a two-player game or combined with other Smash Uptitles to allow for up to four players to compete at the same time.
  11. Rob

    Smash Up: It's Your Fault!

    Smash Up turns over the wheel to all of you! Through a huge nomination and run-off process, players from all over the world helped choose four of the factions that take part in Smash Up: It's Your Fault!. The winning four factions were Sharks, Superheroes, Mythic Greeks, and Dragons - with the "Shark Delivery System" Tornado faction thrown in as a bonus!
  12. Rob

    Smash Up: Monster Smash

    Smash Up: Monster Smash consists of four new factions for Smash Up: vampires, mad scientists, werewolves and giant ants. Tremble before the power of the ants! Vampires gain power as they destroy your opponents' minions Mad Scientists have released death in the form of powerful creations and can empower various minions Werewolves have explosive power to beat down opponents Giant Ants work as a great hive mind, spreading their power around as necessary to ensure their atomic-age victory Smash Up: Monster Smash can be played on its own as a two-player game or combined with other Smash Uptitles to allow for up to four players to compete at the same time.
  13. Smash Up is back with even more wild factions in the mix! Science Fiction Double Feature brings four new decks to the base-smashing business with abilities unlike those seen before! Time Travelers allow you to reuse your cards time and time again Cyborg Apes take actions that attach to your minions and take them to a whole new level Super Spies use their mojo in espionage to plot out the future of you and your opponents Shapeshifters could be anyone! Smash Up: Science Fiction Double Feature can be played on its own as a two-player game or combined with other Smash Up titles to allow for up to four players to compete at the same time.
  14. Rob

    Smash Up: Munchkin

    The "shufflebuilding" game Smash Up starts with a simple premise: Take the twenty-card decks of two factions, shuffle them into a forty-card deck, then compete to smash more Bases than your opponents! Each faction brings a different powers and sometimes different game mechanisms into play, so every combination of factions brings a unique play experience. During play, Base cards (each with their own difficulties and abilities) are in play. You attempt to have the most power on the Base from your minions when the Base is smashed because when that happens each player in first, second and third place scores points. Smash Up: Munchkin is a Munchkin-themed version of Smash Up. There are eight factions; Clerics, Halflings, Orcs, Warriors, Elves, Thieves, Dwarves and Mages.
  15. Just when you thought Smash Up might escape, the International Gaming Authority reminded us at AEG that we were honor-bound to include Cthulhu in one of our products, so we set on to make the most Cthulhu-est product ever. Smash Up: The Obligatory Cthulhu Set features crazy Cthulhu cultists, fishy Innsmouth locals, horrifying Elder Things, and good old Miskatonic University members (the Fightin' Cephalopods). To be certain we got it right, this set also includes a new card type fittingly known as "Madness" that each of these groups can use to various effects. Just remember that Madness brings you power but at a price (joking!). If you're ready to embrace the creatures beyond the understanding of mortal men, then shuffle up these guys with your pirates, bear cavalry, and others for the most awesome fit of crazed insanity you've had in a long time!
  16. Rob

    Smash Up: The Big Geeky Box

    Smash Up: The Big Geeky Box is a storage case for Smash Up cards that also contains a single faction deck for the game: "The Geeks", based on the characters and shows on the online Geek and Sundry channel, including TableTop. "The Geeks" faction (as well as Smash Up: All Stars) will also be included in Smash Up: The Bigger Geekier Box, slated to be released August 20, 2018.
  17. Rob

    Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000

    Featuring four new factions and eight new bases, Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000 – a.k.a. Smash Up II – integrates into the Smash Up base game, bringing exponential new combinations of factions and playstyles! Smash Up: Awesome Level 9000 includes: Killer Plants – Better deal with these guys fast because if you leave them alone, they'll grow all over the place...like weeds! *rimshot* Ghosts – Unlike in just about every card game in history, Ghosts benefit from having fewer cards in your hand. Can you be immaterial? Steampunks – Can't leave a good base alone? The Steampunks will add new abilities to bases to help your strategies. Bear Cavalry – What's scary? A bear. What's really scary? A cossack riding a bear! Bear Cavalry will use fear to drive opposing minions to other bases.
  18. Rob

    Smash Up

    The "shufflebuilding" game Smash Up begins with a simple premise: take the 20-card decks of two factions, shuffle them into a deck of forty cards, then compete to crush more Bases than your opponents! Each faction involves a different gaming mechanism - the pirates move the cards, the zombies bring back the cards from the discard pile, the dinosaurs have enormous power - and each combination of factions brings a different gaming experience. During the game, basic cards (each with their own difficulties and abilities) are at stake. You try to have the most power on the basis of your minions when the base is broken. Sounds easy? Is it easy when an opponent's Alien-Ninja decides to tie your minions to other Bases - flat Murder them? What happens when the Pirate-Dinosaur Full Sails player and frees King Rex to trample your minions in the ground, or when wizard-zombies use their mystic power to create an outbreak, suddenly flooding minions on the base of the discard pile? Or if you were facing a Zombie-Dinosaur player instead and he created an epidemic of massive beasts at the same time?!? When a base is smashed, each player in first, second and third place scores points. Fourth place? Sorry, brother, next time. With eight different factions, Smash Up includes dozens of combinations to try. Pirate-Aliens play different Ninja-Aliens, for example. Which one will you use to crush your opponents? And did we mention dinosaurs have laser beams?
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