Smash Up - The Card Game 9+

Nomad Games

    • $0.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Get ready to start the carnage in the digital edition of AEG’s shufflebuilding card game, Smash Up. Choose two faction decks from Pirates, Ninjas, Robots, Zombies, and more, and combine them to create a hybrid team that is a force to be reckoned with!

Mash up 2 factions into a 40 deck of cards, with each faction having different mechanics every mash up is different.

You only need 15 points to win the game…Sounds easy? How easy is it when another player has a Pirate-Dinosaur deck, they decide to sail into the base you have your eyes on and release King Rex to stomp your minions into the ground… Better think ahead bro.

“It’s a goofy theme with fun art and high replayability, but beneath that veneer of casual play is a great middle weight card game that lives on the line between hardcore gamer and casual enjoyment.” —Jonathan Bolding “The Escapist”

“Smash Up is smashing good fun, especially among gamers who can relax, revel in the sheer audacity of some stupid-good plays, and aren’t ashamed to let loose and let their geek flags fly.” —Dice Hate Me

“What do Pirates, Ninjas, Robots, Zombies, Aliens, Wizards and some other things have in common? They’re all trying to take over the world! But they can’t do it alone - so they’re teaming up.”

- Online Cross-platform multiplayer: 2 to 4 players
- Leader boards & Achievements
- Tutorial system plus ‘Step Through’ and ‘Review' modes to help players learn

-- Languages --
- English
- Français
- Deutsch

What’s New

Version 2.2

Fix for online cross-play.
AI infinite loop fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
616 Ratings

616 Ratings

outtersmashed ,

Want more

Ok so for starters easy isn’t as easy as you’d expect. I like that because you still need to think unlike most apps. Now the down side you’ve buy the base game but the computer still uses cards you don’t have accesses to. Took me by surprise but it wasn’t long till I paid the extra buck or two for the extra cards. Though I own this game and like to play with certain cards so when I went to look to that expansion I found you only have base and one expansion that it. They have a bunch of different. Expansion out there and only two on the app. I want more. It smash up has been playing catch up for to long and when they finally got an app they didn’t put all that were out at the time on the app doesn’t take long doesn’t cost much. So stop being cheap and update your app

SpiderBrac ,


So excited for this to come to mobile, but it’s missing a key feature! Choosing who you play in multiplayer NEEDS to be there! We need to be able to create a private lobby for online play and invite our friends. Whether it be through unique codes specific to each lobby or being able to add friends on the game in order to invite them. Unfortunately, I’ll have to prevent my friends from downloading this game until that feature exists since it’s the one thing we were all the most excited about. Despite all that, the game plays well.
Please make “private lobbies” available, I believe in all you AEG guys!

zomquixote ,

Professionally designed - AI cheats

Love Smash Up. It’s one of my favorite tabletop games. The app has nice presentation and works fine (for the most part). Not worth playing on higher difficulties because the AI very clearly cheats.

I played a game against Princess’s where I destroyed Sleeping Beauty forcing her to be shuffled into the deck only for the AI to play her the very next turn. Card draws happen at the end of the turn, the AI player didn’t play anything to draw cards, simply mysteriously had a ‘one of’ card in hand that should have been in the deck.

Played an entire game with Geeks/Mythic Horses where all my actions were top decked and then I played through minions, reshuffled the deck only to have all my actions top decked again. Having that happen once could be attributed to chance, twice in one game is infinitesimal.

AI used Geeks to move one of my actions (Hissy Fit) from one base to another base then the game treated that card as though it belonged to the AI player, which isn’t how the Geeks card works. I thought maybe it was just programmed incorrectly but then I made the same play during a game and the card worked as intended. Then I started noticing how often card interactions working incorrectly almost always benefit the AI player. Programmers should legit be ashamed of themselves.

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