By Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2014-04-16
  • Current Version: 8.2.19632
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 2.24 GB
  • Developer: Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later., Android 4+, Windows Phone
Score: 4
From 34,798 Ratings


Blizzard’s award-winning card battler – experience the magic, mischief and mayhem with your friends. Requires an Internet connection and iPhone 5, iPod touch 6th Generation, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad mini 2 or newer. DECEPTIVELY SIMPLE. INSANELY FUN. Pick up your cards and throw down the gauntlet! In Hearthstone, you play the hero in a fast-paced, whimsical card game of cunning strategy. In minutes, you’ll be unleashing powerful cards to sling spells, summon minions, and seize control of an ever-shifting battlefield. Whether it’s your first card game or you’re an experienced pro, the depth and charm of Hearthstone will draw you in. JUMP RIGHT IN: Fun introductory missions bring you into the world of Hearthstone’s intuitive gameplay. BUILD YOUR DECK: With hundreds of additional cards to win and craft - your collection grows with you. HONE YOUR SKILLS: Play in practice matches against computer-controlled heroes of the Warcraft universe. Thrall, Uther, Gul’dan - they’re all here! COLLECTION TRAVELS WITH YOU: Your card collection is linked to your Battle.net account - enabling you to switch your play between tablet and desktop with ease. AND FIGHT FOR GLORY: When you’re ready, step into the Arena and duel other players for the chance to win awesome prizes! Post feedback about the game in our forums: http://us.battle.net/hearthstone/en/forum/13619661/ Languages Supported: * English * Français * Deutsch * Español (Latinoamérica) * Español (Europa) * Italiano * Português * Polski * Русский (Russian) * 한국어 (Korean) * 简体中文 (Simplified Chinese) * 繁體中文 (Traditional Chinese) * 日本語 (Japanese) * ไทย (Thai) © 2017 Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved. Hearthstone, Battle.net and Blizzard Entertainment are trademarks or registered trademarks of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc., in the U.S., and/or other countries.



  • Great Game Terrible App

    By Dubletsonroids
    Overall Hearthstone is the standard as far as gameplay for a mtg But I believe blizzard can give us a little better UI on this platform I honestly lose about 20-30% of my overall loses not because of being outplayed rather a misplay via targets not on target when I drag the character or spell or some random disconnect while on secure wifi and not being able to get back in. Please calibrate the app because I'm sure it's not my phone! I don't even buy apps but I've already spent $50+ while not being a lot if the other 500k-multimillion people who play hearthstone even spent 20 on average and I'm sure it's more your banking just do us some justice- Concerned Citizen
  • Ban Crystal Core

    By Horseuniversity
    Phenomenal game, please, REMOVE CRYSTAL CORE. IT IS WAY TOO GOOD. Otherwise, the game is 5/5
  • Blizzard likes to screw you

    By Adamsapplealex
    So ever since I wrote a poor review on my opinions on the game, every game know I always get topped deck from my opponents. I've hit legend so it's not like I'm losing cause I'm bad at the game. Blizzard punishes you for bad reviews and the rng in the game goes against me all the time now.
  • Ehhh

    By Tuna825
    It was fun at first but the thrill wears off. Needs new expansion.
  • Frustrating pay to win

    By Djra
    This game isn't all that great. Pay to win garbage.. Probably not worth it unless you run a bot.
  • Don't spend your money then ?

    By Zochan99
    This game is fun and not a pay to win game. Basically you play and level up to get cards. Build deck from cards you get play the game. Fact is this game let you "wombo combo" with your cards and its phenomenal. Watching pros play on Twitch to know more about the game is also helpful too.
  • Me

    By tms05
    Never played it
  • Overall good, special add one terrible

    By Jsol9876543211
    The app runs well and is a lot of fun to play until you get stuck against someone using a special limited addition to the game. Namely Crystal Core; the one thing that has made me play this game less. It's unfair and makes any match with it in play cheap, not fun, and aggravating. Once I see someone play it I may as well concede and start over, but once I force myself to lose I don't feel like playing anymore. If Crystal Core was removed I would give this a near perfect review because otherwise the game is very fun.
  • Bimodal

    By Culafew
    It looks like the reviewers either love or hate this game, but not many consider all the aspects of it. In truth, some aspects of the game are great and others are horrible. The good first: The format of battling with cards on a board is tons of fun. There is a lot of strategy involved despite what you may think. I have been playing the game for over 2 years, and I still enjoy playing it. New content comes out regularly which keeps it somewhat fresh, although after a month or two things tend to crystallize into just a few decks. It IS free to play. I have only spent $10 in the two years and I have all the cards I need. I have invested time, not money. If you don't have the time, then yes, you will need to pay to make it more enjoyable. There is a ton of variety available to you if you are good enough to make your own deck. Deck building is part of what makes the game so fun. Unfortunately most people just netdeck which makes the game less fun for everyone. The characters and cards are fun, creative, and clever. The adventures are a lot of fun, but unfortunately Blizzard removed them from the game for some inexplicable reason. Tavern brawls are creative and fun, although too often they are so full of RNG that skill plays little role in it. The bad: I never play arena. In theory the idea is great but it just ends up being stressful and no fun. Hero health is way too low. This makes the game less strategic and more about who can draw the right cards early and win the face race. If the health were 40 instead of 30 a lot of the cancerous aggro decks would go away. Yes, 90% of the decks you play will be aggro. This is mostly Blizzard's fault because they print so many aggressive cards and not as many defensive cards. Some classes have no healing at all, which kind of forces you to be aggro if you want to play that class. The one saving grace for slower decks, Reno Jackson, is now only available in Wild. It should be part of the standard canon. Also, the way the game is set up, aggro is rewarded because you are compensated by the number of games you win, not by how thoroughly you demolish your opponent in the end. It is more efficient to play fast decks so you can win games faster. That is a design flaw. There is too much RNG, so much so that even the best players only win 60% of the time. I feel that if you are good at the game, you should be able to win 90% of the time. But I guess Blizzard does it so that average players can feel good about themselves and not get frustrated and stop giving them money. Some aspects of the game are not interactive and make you feel helpless if you don't have an answer. The problem is that there is no defense against "burst". If someone wants to throw spells at your face, then you have to sit there and take it. Unless you are a mage, there is no counter to direct spell damage to the face. Almost all games against mage or hunter end with a fireball or kill command to your face that you can't defend against. The other problem is that certain classes (shaman and Druid) can burst you down if they have several minions on the board. Many games against shaman or Druid end up with sudden buffs that you can't defend against ( bloodlust and savage roar). Other people complain about their rabid business model. They have a point, but I am F2P and good at the game, so it doesn't bother me as much. I could also care less about how much space the game takes up on my device. I keep hoping that the meta will slow down, but it never does, so I must conclude that the game is meant to be about tempo and "curving out" well. Tempo is important, but it is too important in this game as there are not enough ways to catch up when you are behind. Since I enjoy long, calculated and strategic games, I find this fact frustrating. This game has so much potential. If Blizzard would just listen to complaints like these and fix them, then the game would be even more fun than it already is.
  • Stop complaining

    By Cjroot
    Most of the people complaining are complaining about how you must pay hundreds of dollars to make a competitive deck, this is not true. The game might have a lot of grinding, so if grinding is not your thing then just dont play this game

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