SolForge was Kickstarted last September and is being developed by Stone Blade Entertainment, formerly known as Gary Games, the designers of the popular deck-building game Ascension, with the assistance of Richard Garfield, the creator of Magic: The Gathering. There is currently a free demo out on iPad that includes two demo decks and four purchasable starter decks for players to get acquainted with the game.
They're ramping up for a beta release on PC (can't do betas on iOS) sometime soon, and are planning for an eventual release on iOS and PC, with Android coming at a later date. Of course your collection will be linked to your SolForge account so your cards will sync between platforms as long as you have an internet connection.
As someone who has sunk far too much money into games like MTG I must say, the ability to get in on the ground floor fora game with as much potential as SolForge is incredibly exciting. Also the fact that the game is digital means I'll be able to play it whenever I want, where ever I want, with minimal investment. And since games only last 10-15 minutes, it should be easy to pepper it into my schedule. I probably sound like a shill at this point, but I have no stake in this game outside of the fact that the more players there are, the better the experience will be for everyone.
If you have any interest in TCG/DCG's then I'd go over to their site to check it out and download it on iPad if you have one. Again, the demo with two decks is free and when the eventual full-release happens, you'll be able to earn every card in the game simply by playing it so you have nothing to lose other than a little bit of your time. The rapid draw, reshuffle, style of play removes lots of the annoying variance found in similar games (manaflooding anyone?) and the unique level-up mechanic for the cards grants decks an incredible range for strategy.
Go! Get it now!