Get Ready to Throwdown!
Are you ready for the biggest, baddest, most explosive-laden battle of AEG games ever? Can a Lion Clan samurai defeat a raging Big Ghost? What if Collector tries to disintegrate them both? Do those even work on werewolves? Throw yourself into the ring and find out who will emerge the victor!
Maximum Throwdown pits up to six players against each other in a battle royale of card-throwing action. Try to cover up your opponents’ icons while keeping yours visible. Revealed icons grant awesome special abilities to use in the arena. The player with the most points wins!
Download the Maximum Throwdown Rulesheet (2MB PDF)
Download the Maximum Throwdown Scorekeeper App
Click here to check out the design diary by Jason Tagmire.
Click here to check out the various factions from Maximum Throwdown.
30 minutes playtime
90 Throwdown cards
6 Reference cards
6 Starting location cards
SKU: AEG 5351
Case Count: 6
“The game itself is pretty cool.” —Dice Tower
“A definite choice that I would not mind playing in the future.” —Macrowargamer
“This game is a blast to play!” —Drive Thru Review
“It’s surprising what seems like such a small thing, such a simple set of directions, can offer such depth of strategy… Play is fast, the replay value is quite high.” —Gamerati
“Maximum Throwdown is a fun, light, party game. It is full of gang on the leader with a lot of take that. If you play this with the right group you will have a blast.” —Play Board Games
“Seriously, give this one a shot.” —Drake’s Flames
“With a good group who don’t take things too seriously, I could see this one coming out again and again.” —The Little Metal Dog Show
“Maximum Throwdown provides enjoyable chaotic excitement. “ —Giant Fire Breathing Robot
“Maximum Throwdown from AEG is a very nice dexterity game that plays quickly and keeps all the players involved until the end.” —Big Game
“It’s a light dexterity game with a tad bit of gamery feel to it because the factions have different abilities. Easy to play, easy to teach. I like it!” —Duelality Gamecast