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Wizards and Tricksters Added to Steam Early Access of Smash Up!

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Wizards and Tricksters Added to Steam Early Access of Smash Up!

It was announced by Nomad Games, Spells and trickery are making their way into Smash Up this week. So join the as they celebrate the arrival of Wizards, Tricksters, and the ability to invite your friends to the game!

Check out the gameplay trailer of Smash Up!, showcasing the games’ features:

“Nothing is more fun than interrupting your opponent with some spells. The Wizards bring in a powerful force with magic and manipulation that will leave your opponent scratching their head in confusion. 

If that is not bad enough, then leave your deck in the hands of the ultimate trouble makers. Gnomes, Leprechauns, and Gremlins are the ultimate ally against anyone. Pure chaos follows their every play so don’t feel bad if you let out a giggle each time!

Both of these factions now join our ranks so feel free to Smash them up with some fun combinations. Maybe the Tricksters manipulate while the Dinosaurs chomp down on opponents? Perhaps the Wizards and Robots have struck a deal?

The latest update includes the option for public and private online game creation along with the ability to invite friends to your game! 

It is all in good fun when it comes to this fast growing digital card game.

Join us on Steam and check out our new decks!

We look forward to seeing you online!

Free to Play (Early Access):

  • Dinosaurs
  • Ninjas
  • Geeks

Starter Pack (Early Access) :

  • Aliens
  • Zombies
  • Pirates
  • Robots
  • Wizards
  • Tricksters

About Smash Up

In Smash Up, designed by Paul Peterson, players take two factions, such as pirates, ninja, robots, zombies, and more, and combine their decks into a force to be reckoned with!

When the game begins, players take turns drafting one of several faction decks.  Once each player has two decks, they shuffle them together, combining their distinct abilities into a unique 40-card deck.  Players then deal out a number of Base cards, and play their decks to attempt to have the most power on a base when it is scored.

Each combination gives a different experience, Pirate-Aliens play very different than Pirate-Zombies, and with 8 factions in the base set there are tons of combinations to try out!”

For more information on Smash Up!, visit its Steam page.

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