Now You’ve Done It … Again!
Smash Up has turned the asylum over to the inmates yet again! After the success of It’s Your Fault, we decided to let the fans choose the factions that would make up the latest set of Smash Up, and they went for some powerful choices! A huge field was whittled down to the top four, and here they are: Cowboys call out opposing minions for shootouts, Samurai face their noble end in battle to bring glory to their player, Ancient Egyptians bury secrets deep in the sands, while the Vikings… well they just take other people’s stuff!
Smash Up: Oops You Did It Again is fully compatible with all other Smash Up products, so get ready for Dinosaur Samurai, Cowboy Sharks, or Viking Kittens!
The Vikings pillage and steal from their victims, including other players. The focus on making the most out of other people’s minions and actions, because clearly they aren’t using them well enough.
Cowboys introduce dueling. In a duel, two minions square off, comparing their individual power. However each player may play one card face down. If it is an action, it is resolved normally before the duel is finished, otherwise it returns to the player’s hand. So if you have a +X power action, you can turn the tide of the duel. The minion with the higher power at the end of the duel receives all the effects of that duel (per the card that started it).
The Ancient Egyptians were famous for burying things, and they bring that to Smash Up! To bury a card, you play it on a base, face down. They are considered “cards” but not a specific type and can’t be targeted as “minions” or “actions”. Any player may reveal one of their buried cards at the start of their turn, or when an effect allows it, triggering any effects upon reveal.
The samurai were known for their prowess in battle and also for their willingness to seek the good death. Samurai in Smash Up not only fight for the win, they benefit their controller if they meet their end early. And Samurai also have the ability to create duels similar to the Cowboys, but with different results and effects.
4 factions with 20 cards each
8 base cards
4 card dividers
1 token sheet
2 to 4 players
Released: 04 September 2018