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, designed by Paul Peterson, is an award winning Shufflebuilding game from Alderac Entertainment Group. In Smash Up players choose two factions, such as pirates, ninja,... read more

Smash Up! to go digital later in 2016

Author: Dmytro Voloshyn
14-Jul-2016

Category: News

Smash Up!, an award-winning Shufflebuilding game from Alderac Entertainment Group, is going to have digital adaptation! The digital version is developed by Nomad Games.

Smash Up! to go digital later in 2016
Smash Up!, an award-winning Shufflebuilding game from Alderac Entertainment Group, is going to have its digital adaptation released later this year. The digital version of the game is developed by Nomad Games, a company behind the successful adaptation of the Talisman board game.

“This will be a great way to play Smash Up! and will give players a chance to explore the game and, more importantly, learn how to become really good at it! AEG is a world leader in board and card games, and Nomad Games is incredibly proud to be working with their team. We hope the digital version will be popular with existing card players, and encourage new players to join the fun,” Nomad Games MD Donald Whiteford.

Smash Up! can be played by up to four players. Each one of them controls of a vast array of crazy characters, from Superheroes to Monsters and Villains. Players can play against the AI, together with friends online, or at home with pass-to-play.

Here's the game's teaser:


"Nomad Games will be bringing Smash Up, the shufflebuilding game of total awesomeness to PC, iOS, and Android this Autumn 2016!

Smash Up, designed by Paul Peterson, is an award winning Shufflebuilding game from Alderac Entertainment Group. In Smash Up players choose two factions, such as pirates, ninja, robots, zombies, and more, and shuffle them together to form one formidable force to combat enemy bases and lead to world domination!"

Source:
http://nomadgames.co.uk/smash-up
http://www.alderac.com/
http://nomadgames.co.uk
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