Astrosmash is a video game for the Intellivision video game console, designed by John Sohl, and released by Mattel Electronics in 1981. The game involves using a laser cannon to destroy falling meteors, bombs, and other targets. With more than one million copies sold, Astrosmash was among the top five best selling Intellivision games. A free by mail offer, with the purchase of a master component, boosted Astrosmash sales figures. It also benefitted from other promotions in the United States and Canada, including a high score contest where top scorers across the United States were flown to Houston for the finals.
A cut-down version of Astrosmash was released for the Atari 2600 under Mattel's "M Network" label as Astroblast.