How to play

Of course, you're all fired up for your first match. If you already have a deck with 10 cards, you can start right away.

What you learn

  • How to start a match?

  • What is a Random match?

  • What is a Direct Challenge match?

  • Game table structure

How to start a match?

On every MarbleClash page, you will find a button with the text PLAY NOW in the upper right corner. This button opens either the login or MarbleClash.

In MarbleClash there are two types of games. A random match or a direct match (Direct Challenge).

What is a Random match?

By clicking on the blue button “Start a new match” you start a random match against an opponent who is currently online.

What is a Direct Challenge match?

With the Direct Challenge, you can play specifically against one opponent. This is recommended for a tournament. To do this, you both simply determine a code and press the button with the swords.

The code is up to you, it can be a sequence of numbers or a text. If you both enter the same code, you play directly against each other.

Game table structure

Your first match has started and now? To help you find your way around, here is a small overview of how the game table is structured.


In the upper left corner, you will find the data of your opponent. The star at both players shows the current points. (In the screenshot dehenne leads with one point.)

In the middle, you will find the quests for the current round. As you can see there are 3 quests. Your goal is to find a card that fulfills all 3 quests. The more quests your card fulfills, the more likely it is that you will get the point of the round.

When you move the mouse over a card, the details of the card will open. This makes it easier for you to find out which card matches the quests.

Now to play your first card, do the following: Find a card that fits best the quests. Drag this card over the quests (Drag & Drop). The quest tablet will change its background color. When this happens you can let go of the card and it will fall on the table.

Now you have to wait until your opponent has played his card. 

Preview of a match