The hit AEG card game Smash Up is now available on Android, iOS, and PC by way of Asmodee Digital and Nomad Games. The digital edition of the shuffle building game allows players to choose two factions and combine them together to battle it out with opponents. This release includes nine factions and allows you to take on the game solo or bring along up to three friends in which to duke it out. Right now you can grab Smash Up for $4.99.
About the release:
Asmodee Digital, a leader in digital board game entertainment, Alderac Entertainment Group and Nomad Games today released Smash Up on Steam, Android and iOS devices. This beautiful digital adaptation of Paul Peterson’s award-winning card game challenges players to draft a hybrid team of misfits and take on other players or the game AI.
From pirates and ninjas to robots, zombies and beyond, Smash Up is a shuffle-building game where players pick two factions and shuffle them to build a deck. The goal is simple: capture the bases on the board to earn points, and the first player to 15 points claims victory! With up to four-player multiplayer and solo gameplay options (against the AI), Smash Up is perfect for parties of any size – across the world or across the living room.
“Collaborating with Nomad games on this digital adaptation of one of the most acclaimed card games has been a great experience. We believe Smash Up’s digital adaptation will not only please fans, but also encourage new players to join the Smash up community,” said Philippe Dao, Chief Marketing Officer at Asmodee Digital.