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There's been a ton of stuff that's been celebrating its 10th anniversary recently. One that I remember originally coming out is Smash Up. The game of taking and breaking bases has been around for a de
Smash Up has a whole ton of expansions out there. If you've fallen behind, it can seem a bit financially daunting to catch back up. Well, AEG's helping, as they're running a BOGO (Buy One, Get One) sa
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Smash Up is the card game from AEG of sending out Minions and breaking Bases. The game has a bunch of expansions utilizing all kinds of themes and now, a new one is available, and it's a big one. It's
At all times, it's always good to have your dollar go just a little farther. And in these strange times, that only increases in importance. Well, AEG is looking to stretch your gaming buck. They've go
Smash Up is custom-built for adding factions from pretty much every genre. Well, thanks to the team-up between AEG and The OP Games, we're getting some new decks coming in the form of Smash Up: Marvel
In Smash Up, players crash together two factions and create something strong out of the team-up. Well, the game is now a representation of real life because AEG and The Op Games (aka - USAopoly) are t
The thing about Smash Up is that AEG can pull in references from pretty much everywhere in order to make new factions. In this case, they're hitting the wayback machine to the time of disco, bell bott
It's Saturday. Usually, that would mean gaming. But Friday meant gaming for me, as a friend came over after work and we played some Guild Ball, Bunny Kingdom, and Apotheca. Great way to spend a Friday
Alderac Entertainment Group (or AEG, to their friends) has several new releases they'll be bringing to store shelves this month. If you're a fan of cats, or smashing things together, or pirates, you'l
We're a bit over a week into July. Hopefully the second half of your year is going off without too much of a hitch. Things seem to be going well for AEG. They've posted up their releases for this mont
You know, one of the things I love about Smash Up is just seeing what factions they come out with next. Just when you think they've covered everything, another quartet of absurd yet awesome groups are
It's the last day of November. We're 11/12s of the way through the year. We just might make it after all.Actually, I'm looking forward to this weekend. It should be a good time, as they generally are.
I got the original set for Smash Up pretty soon after it came out. A friend had picked it up and we played at my LGS one evening. It was a hoot. Quick and easy to learn, with tons of replayability rig
There's a new set of cards for Smash Up available. This one, I'm sure, gave the lawyers over at AEG fits. Not to say that other sets haven't possibly done that, but this one they seemed to go out of t
A bit of editorializing: I loved Smash Up when I played it after it first came out. We got it at my local shop near St. Louis and played many games. It was a good time had by all. But after a couple o
The fellows over at AEG love having fun with the expansions for Smash Up. I mean, the whole point is to take popular memes and themes and... well... smash them together and see what happens. There's b
Saturday night's alright for fightin'... orcs, and zombies, and evil robots, and elves, and any other sort of nasty you can think of.Saturday's also the day for rounding up all the reviews we found ov
AEG already has Cthulhu, pirates, and zombies in Smash Up. Now they're getting a bit prettier with their next set.SourceFrom the announcement:Think only pirates, time travelers, vampires, and bears ca
AEG just recently released their first expansion to the Smash Up card game. Here's the next one they've got coming out.From the announcement:We didn't make it to June 1! Smash Up's next expansion was