Trading and battling some collectible cards on a hot summer day, underneath the shade of a tree, doesn’t mean you have to drag your whole collection along with you any longer– especially now that Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has been adapted for iPad worldwide.

Players are encouraged to join 10 million other players in mobile touch-screen TCG action, making a round or two with the friends even more available in typical everyday circumstances. Stand-off against your friend in Tokyo while you pretend to pay attention in class. Make a good trade with a client on Wall St. from your yacht in the Caribbean. Buy another iPad and play against yourself. The options are limitless!

For any who haven’t had the pleasure of getting acquainted with Hearthstone, introductory missions will fill you in on all of the basics, and get you on your way to building an intimidating deck to be reckoned with. However, if you already posses your Hearthstone Merit Badge for Deck Building, don’t fret– card collection and progress crosses all platforms, allowing you to jump from one device to the next without any bumps in the road.

Information on the application is available on Apple’s website.

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  1. lol on April 21, 2014


  2. Bloom on April 17, 2014

    *Jumps on Nexus 7 her dad gave her*

    *Goes to Google Play store*

    *Looks for Hearthstone*


    Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft has been adapted for iPad worldwide. iPAD.


  3. kimor on April 17, 2014

    This is so wrong, you cant name Hearthstone a TCG becouse its TRADING CARD GAME, Hearthstone isnt a trading

    • CrymeaSpliffer on April 17, 2014

      Cry more.. u have Cards.. u play vs Others.. u get new Cards..

      Its so wrongggg :(( Cryyy 🙁

  4. Mounted! FIRST B!tches 🙂

    • The Mountain on April 16, 2014

      B!tches? Your mine!….YOU’VE BEEN MOUNTED BABY!!!!

    • Aeryoth on April 17, 2014

      I uninstalled this game twice. I am not coming back. thousands of no lifers on this thing. its like have legendary or epic cards or bust.

      ..|.. the finger