Hearthstone arrives on iPad, iPad sales expected to rise


By on April 3, 2014 at 9:28 am

Hearthstone, the card game so popular that you lot actually DDOS’d our site trying to get beta keys for it, has finally arrived on iPad (a platform we wouldn’t normally cover, but since Hearthstone is apparently more popular than life itself, we figured you’d want to know).

It’s launching first in Australia and New Zealand, so you can enjoy a short period of lording it over your international friends. Grab it on the App Store here — it is, of course, completely free.

Android and Windows tablet versions are on the way, as is one for iPhones as well. Get in.

10 comments (Leave your own)

Glad to hear that an Android version is on the way!


“Android and Windows tablet versions are on the way”

I’ve been playing it on my Surface for months :-P


lol Sathias :p

I might actually give it more of a go once it’s on my tablet, so I’m also awaiting the android version.


oooh i enjoy it on PC, but on a tablet – AWESOME !


This is a brilliant game to be on tablet form. Can’t wait to put it on my Android and waste my time on the shitter :D

Anon. E. Moose


This. Haven’t tried it on PC but it looks like something I’d waste many hours playing on the toilet.


You guys must poop a lot >_>

Anon. E. Moose


I just lose track of time in there playing Jetpack Joyride and browsing Imgur.


Reddit, Facebook, various tower defence games… All viable on the toilet.


Reddit, Facebook, various tower defence games… All viable on the toilet.

When you mentioned reddit and toilet I immediately thought /r/gonewild

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