Creatures of Aether 4+

Dan Fornace

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 2.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Creatures of Aether is a new card game created by Tako Boy Studios in collaboration with Dan Fornace and the Rivals of Aether team.

Collect elemental creatures from all around the world of Aether as you build the perfect deck to take on your opponents. Use the legendary Rival cards that feature characters from the popular fighting game, Rivals of Aether. These cards have powerful abilities that can turn the tide of a match.

Creatures of Aether features a ranked ladder with online matches and player vs computer Dungeons where you can earn mighty loot and new cards. Download the game today and start your collection!

Minimum of 2 GB of memory is recommended to run the app.

What’s New

Version 1.7.6

This version brings a lot of bugfixes, QoL changes, and dungeoneer balance changes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

mimilink ,

Incredibly Fun and Strategic

If you need a game to tickle that strategic itch, Creatures of Aether is an incredible choice. Games are relatively short, but each move carries massive amounts of potential weight. My only complaint is that Fleet’s tutorial in the challenge mode is currently unbeatable, as the ‘Pips’ she has left after playing all other creatures are only enough to tie the Cobbleclaw’s left number. (I assume this is an oversight that occured due to her numbers’ nerf.) Making it difficult to get a copy of the Rival. Still, even without fleet, the selection of Rivals, cards, and general strategies in this game makes it worth, at the very least, a try.

Passpartout himself ,

Great game, but micro transactions...

I love the core gameplay mechanics, but I think this game has a bit too many paywalls. I bought the season past for Guadua, and she’s a really fun and powerful rival, but it seems the only way to get her is with the pass. Also I think it’s a bit silly to put a limit on how much AP you can earn per day. Clash royale, which as a very similar monetary system doesn’t limit that kind of stuff, but keeps the pass rewards as well, still providing incentive to purchase the pass. I do think it’s easy enough to get new cards without paying so that’s good, but it’s hard to level them up because they cost thousands of coins to level up and it’s really hard to get coins. I know the game needs to make money but I don’t think you need to restrict that much stuff from the players who don’t buy the season pass. Also this isn’t the games fault but I spend a bit too much time waiting for matches and often face bots. Apart from the micro transactions, it’s a great game. It’s super satisfying to use a rival ability and completely change the match.

Sapparu ,

I Like and hate it

I like the game but I absolutely hate it at the same time. Creatures of Aether is very much like Tetra Master, a Final Fantasy mini-game but with a twist. Certain cards in Creatures of Aether have powers and the board does have elemental tiles that can give or remove stats. Although I did get a bit of nostalgia because it’s similar to Tetra Master, Creatures of Aether is not nearly as fun nor satisfying. Cards can level up if you have enough duplicates of the same card which means the game is pay to win. There is a total deck cost limitation meaning each card has a certain cost and if your deck is above the cost you cannot play the deck, I’d love to play all my strongest cards in a single deck but that would never happen. The elemental tiles are sometimes a pain to deal with because you can be forced to dump a card in an elemental tile that isn’t favorable for your cards element which means your card loses overall stats, there is a specific card that removes elemental tiles but if you didn’t pick that card as your starter, too bad. If you plan on trying the game, I do believe it can be fun but it is very much is pay to win.

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