Choose your map, and get ready to play in less than 2 minutes.
Best for ultra-competitive matches.
Designed for tournaments, this battleground has 3 random victory conditions added on top of the default one of destroying the enemy Nexus.
Best for epic and memorable battles.
Inspired by the classic MOBA battlefield, this arena features the three lanes separated by two Domes, which work like jungles.
Up to 8 players can form 2 teams and battle for the only victory condition of a MOBA: tear down the enemy Nexus.
Watch four videos to see what makes Skytear unique!
Get a quick overview of our card-driven miniatures game, direct from the mouth of me, a developer!
[0:25] The 2-Lanes Battlefield
[0:52] How to Win (and Lose!)
[1:17] Drafting Heroes and Deck-building
[2:02] How cards replace dice
[2:30] Taming the Outsider
See what the heroes' actions do, and learn about the asymmetric faction-specific worship mechanic.
[0:32] Move & Attack Actions
[1:07] Lead Action
[1:40] Skirmish Action
[3:17] Taulot Worship Action: PILLARS
[4:00] Nupten Worship: ILLUSIONS
[5:20] Liothan Worship: SHAPESHIFTERS
[6:40] Kurumo Worship: MARKS
Power cards are THE central part of the gameplay, making for unpredictable matches, each different from the last!
[0:35] Playing Power Cards
[1:10] Reaction Power Cards
[1:30] The Stack
[1:50] Cover Hexes (Bushes) and fizzling
[2:30] Important balance considerations
[3:10] Some more Power Cards
Minions, minions everywhere! Learn how they add depth to Skytear in ways unlike any other skirmish game.
[0:26] Example of a Control Challenge
[0:49] Spawning New Minions
[1:15] Pushing a Lane
[3:00] Taming the Outsiders
Learn more about two key aspects of gameplay.
We fully embraced the system of The Stack (that we kindly borrowed from Magic: the Gathering).
It allows us to make simple but deep gameplay, recalling real-time interactions. See how it works in practice.
Choose 7 cards per hero, and your deck will form as you draft your heroes. This means dynamic deckbuilding is inherent in Skytear, even without changing your prepared cards!
In this video I demonstrate how it works and the options it gives for customizing heroes to your playstyle.
Once you know the basics, you can follow these actual matches.
The two Neri brothers, co-designers of Skytear, face each other.
This game is with an actual prototype and might be more interesting to watch than the digital :)
Another 1vs1 match, with more explanation that makes it longer.
3 Players Game on the Three-Lanes Battlefield
(apologies... audio quality is not that good!)