The tabletop minis game is a spinoff of French MMOs Dofus and Wakfu.
Krosmaster: Arena is expanding the web version of its miniatures game, announcing that what was previously not much more than a tutorial in how to play the more advanced, customizable tabletop game will now be a full 3D experience spanning both a browser and mobile game. Details at this point are sketchy, but Ankama is promising a better user experience with updated interface. The new game, created in Unity, will be playable both on the computer and on mobile using the same account and playing the same games. You could, for example, start a battle on the tablet and move to your computer later. Existing users will be able to carry all of their current figurines forward, though they will have to wait for the release of the 3D game before they will have access to planned season two figures.
Miniatures game Krosmaster: Arena released to critical acclaim and commercial success in 2013, drawing in players with its easy to learn card-based tactics. It was initially funded through Kickstarter, with a followup season two expansion successfully funding last December. The new digital game is being called a "distinct online game, who[sic] will stand on its own, and add to the Krosmoz universe as a whole." The new version was announced via a newspost.
Those interested can see more information about the game - and try the existing browser game - at the Krosmaster website.