Twitch variety streamer BoxBox recently announced the launch of a Kickstarter for Chroma Chronicles, an indie deckbuilding game he’s working on.

BoxBox Studios, a successful Twitch streamer, was founded in 2018 by BoxBox. While the name is a little self-indulgent, fans of BoxBox were hoping that the new studio would create a game that was similar to the strategic games he plays on-stream. BoxBox is finally ready to show the world what he’s been working on for the past three years. Chroma Chronicles is an indie multiplayer deckbuilding game inspired by Slay the Spire and Teamfight Tactics. The game’s Kickstarter campaign is now live, with a funding goal of $30,000.

Luna, Jade, or Klay are the three characters available in Chroma Chronicles. Luna is a mage, and the color purple is her symbol. Jade is a thief who wears green clothing. Klay is a warrior who wears the color red. After choosing a character, players will create a deck of cards and embark on a “Journey” to win five matches. Players will be able to upgrade and add to their decks after each match, making each round a new level of difficulty. After completing a Journey, players will start over and build a brand new deck.

While Chroma Chronicles may appear to be a mix of Hearthstone and its Arenas at first glance, there are some unique aspects of gameplay that set BoxBox’s game apart. For one thing, opponents in the Chroma Chronicles all play their cards at the same time. Instead of a methodical back-and-forth, a rock-paper-scissors-paper style of strategy and prediction is used. Traditional Attacker and Defender rounds will still be available, but Chroma Chronicles isn’t content to simply copy Hearthstone’s success.

Despite the fact that BoxBox is Kickstarting Chroma Chronicles, the indie game will be available as a free-to-play title with microtransactions. The base game will have three playable classes, three game modes (Solo, Ranked, and Custom), more than 50 cards, collectible emotes, and premium character skins and other cosmetics when it launches in early access in May.

Pledges of $10 or more can be made to help support Chroma Chronicles financially. A closed beta key for Steam will be included in the $10 pledge, while higher pledges will include “BoxBox currency,” cosmetics, a name in the game’s credits, an invitation to an exclusive launch tournament, and more.

The Chroma Chronicles Kickstarter has already received nearly 85% of its goal in pledges, indicating that the goal will almost certainly be met before the campaign ends on April 13. That’s especially true with BoxBox’s Twitch and social media marketing, which has been aided by friends like Disguised Toast. In the coming months, gamers can expect to hear more about Chroma Chronicles.