Smash Up: the Disney edition announced



Disney fans will be able to mix and match their favorite characters in a new take on a classic game. Earlier this month, The OP Games announced Smash Up: Disney Edition, a new licensed version of the popular card battle game featuring Disney characters. Smash Up: Disney Edition will feature 8 factions, with characters from Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Big Hero 6, Frozen, Mulan, The Lion King, The Nightmare Before Christmasand Ralph’s Wrecks. As with other To crush games, players will take two decks of cards, each representing a different faction and “mash” them together to create a single deck. Each deck combination creates different synergies and combos, so it’s up to players to find a winning strategy .

Originally released in 2012 by AEG, the core To crush The game features the same core gameplay but with unlicensed factions such as aliens or monsters. Smash Up: Disney Edition is compatible with both To crush and one of its many extensions. In total, there are more than 90 To crush that factions can use in the game, with a total of 4,186 different potential deck combinations.

This is the second time that OP Games has released a licensed version of To crush. Last year, The OP published Smash Up: Marvel Edition, which offered players eight Marvel-themed factions to choose from. The OP also recently announced plans to release a tabletop version of Disney’s Sorcerer’s Arena, which gives players the ability to build teams of Disney characters and battle them in arena-style battles. The OP released several new board games featuring Disney characters, including versions of Code names and Geek Out.

Smash Up Disney Edition will be released in summer 2022 and will have a retail price of $34.99.



Grover Z. Barnes