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.
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.
Smash Up has turned the asylum over to the inmates yet again! After the success of Its Your Fault, we decided to let the fans choose the factions that would make up the latest set of Smash Up, and they went for some powerful choices! A huge field was whittled down to the top four, and here they are: Cowboys call out opposing minions for shootouts, Samurai face their noble end in battle to bring glory to their player, Ancient Egyptians bury secrets deep in the sands, while the Vikings well they just take other peoples stuff! Smash Up: Oops You Did It Again is fully compatible with all other Smash Up products, so get ready for Dinosaur Samurai, Cowboy Sharks, or Viking Kittens! Smash Up: Oops, You Did It Again is a standalone two-player-only game which can be used as an expansion.
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. 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 turns over the wheel to all of you! Through a huge nomination and run-off process, players from all over the world helped choose the four factions that will take part in Smash Up: It's Your Fault!. The winning four factions have been announced as Sharks, Superheroes, Greek Myth, and Dragons.
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 Pokmon, colorful fighters that are in no way Power Rangers, and Godzilla.
Were gonna totally get busted. Smash Up: Cease and Desist brings you some of the coolest new factions that are TOTALLY not anything at all like some awesome movies and TV shows that we are really into. Not at all. Astroknights use the power of the Fours to defeat your enemies. The Star Roamers move about space, teleporting your minions from one quadrant to another.
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 game mechanism into play pirates move cards, zombies bring cards back from the discard pile, dinosaurs have huge power and every combination of factions brings a different play experience.
We're Gonna Need a Bigger Box! The Smash Up Bigger Geekier Box is the ultimate answer to storing Smash Up, which is of course the greatest need of our time. This all-new Bigger Geekier Box has four large rows for storing all of your Smash Up cards, lots of foam bricks for stable storage, a closable token holder, and the all-new Smash Up Comprehensive Rulebook! This rulebook contains all of the rules for every unique card type introduced throughout Smash Up expansions, as well as clarifications on any card that might have bent your brain in funny directions.