Download Hearthstone for Pc

By Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.

Rating 4/5 From 44,190 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Release date: 2018-07-10
  • Current version: 11.4.25252
  • Adult Ranking: 12+
  • File size: 2.43 GB
  • Developer: Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android P 9.0 or later
Score: 4
From 44,190 Votes

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How to download, install and play Hearthstone on your PC and Mac

If you want to install and play the Hearthstone game on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Hearthstone for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: Hearthstone game for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Hearthstone in the search bar and press Search. Click on Hearthstone game icon. A window of Hearthstone on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your Game will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed Games.
You should see the Hearthstone icon. Click on it and start playing the Game

Step 4: Hearthstone for Mac OS

Hi. Mac Gamer!
The steps to use Hearthstone for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. You can get bluestacks here .

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Hearthstone: Descriptions and Gameplay

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) © 2018 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.

Game Reviews

  • Good game

    By Nate-2020
    The game is very fun. The only downfall is the amount of space it takes up and the wonky nerfs that get put out occasionally. The game is fun and every class has something unique. You don’t need to pay any money to earn cards and logging in daily grands a very steady flow of gold. Your starter deck is fairly decent and can win you games so you can actually progress in the games. The expansions are easier to but but if that’s not an option you can save your gold up to buy it. The game is more fun to play with friends as queing into priest or mage can be annoying as blizzard is to key on nerfing them. However with smart deck building they can be beaten as every class has a few very powerful decks. The dust system for cards is a little wonky because you only get a quarter of the dust you spend on the cards which makes the cards difficult to make unless you just drop 10$ on 7 packs. The last notable point is that the prices on packs are a little inflated as for 10$ you get 35 cards and since it’s all rng there is a good chance all you’ll get is 1 or 2 epics a couple rares and a bunch a commons. So the card crafting system could use some work. In all the game is really fun and with its flaws I would suggest it. I wouldn’t listen to most reviews that claim the game as a money grab as at its core it’s not even though the prices are a little high. It’s more fun the longer you play and it’s definitely a game to play with friends.
  • Haters gonna Hate

    By KenCTCPA
    Hearthstone is an incredible game. The depth of gameplay is tremendous for a free-to-play. I’m not exactly sure what people expect to get for FREE. The amount of content that is available at absolutely no cost makes HS a compelling part of my daily routine (don’t want to miss the FREE gold for completing the daily quest. Let me try an analogy: I can go outside with a friend and play baseball for free, just pick up a stick and a small rock and we’re in business. If we had a bat and a ball and maybe a glove or two it would still be fun (maybe more fun) but we definitely would be better at it. Is the sporting goods store supposed to GIVE me the bat, ball, and gloves for nothing? Or will I have to buy them... And regarding skill level, a professional baseball player would whoop up on me playing with a stick and a rock; same equipment, different skill level. Same thing applies to HS. Thankfully, the ranking system mitigates this a bit. I play it because it’s fun and I spend a little money because that makes it more fun. For me. I admit I pre-order every expansion. It’s a good price for the number of cards/dust you get. And relative to other forms or entertainment ($15 for a movie, $60 ($90 with DLC) for a video game) I really get my money’s worth. I’m actually tempted to calculate the per hour entertainment value of all of my options but it would cut into my HS (and Fallout) time!
  • Superbly polished game

    By gmacwilliam
    Blizzard has built a beautiful game, the production value is abnormally high for a mobile game. The game has good mechanics, and a reasonable approach to “free to play” IMHO. The paywall basically boils down to: you need to choose your engagement/investment level. If you want to play for free and slowly build your collection, you can do that... but, you probably won’t be playing any super competitive decks with all the power cards for at least your first year, and will always make come budget compromises. If you want to fast-track into highly competitive play and run all the best cards, there is always $$$. Blizzard actually improved the F2P experience in a recent update by raising the baseline gold offered by all daily quests while also lowering their completion requirements. It’s now easier and more rewarding to complete daily quests. Personally, I take a mixed approach and set a budget of what I’m willing to spend on the game in a year and buy cards selectively at new set releases, then otherwise just operate using quest gold. Pick how you want to play, just please don’t complain about the paywall. There are no “surprises”: you choose when and how much money you want to spend. If you want all the best cards, don’t want to save for them and don’t want to pay for them, then this probably isn’t the game for you.
  • Great game.

    By Twix Pox
    I have spent 100+ hours in this game and have played it semi-steadily since its initial release. It’s a great game that has evolved intelligently over the years. It is definitely not a pay-to-play game. It’s true, you do have a choice to pay for card packs and extras, but win rate is not effected at all by a players readiness to drop money into the game. It’s this aspect (among many others) of the game that reflects favorably upon the developer’s good choices during game development. There are many resources in game and online to help new players craft top tier decks that have high win-rates in ranked play. Many of these decks use simple card choices and strategies. However, don’t be fooled by my use of the word “simple.” It’s a very challenging game and will test your strategy and tactical skills. You will suffer some frustrating losses, but these should not reflect badly on the exceptional development team blizzard chose for this wonderful game. All losses challenge your skill to adapt decks that can be used semi-consistently agains all heros, decks, and strategies. All losses are learning experiences rather than testaments to the game’s apparent imbalance. I probably should have given this game a 4.5, or perhaps even something close to a five, but no game is perfect or without flaws. However, this game is very possibly the closest a mobile-friendly game has ever come to being “perfect.”
  • Great Game, Great problems!

    By LordF.
    Writing a review is something i rarely do, but this is very frustrating. I don’t know where to turn because their website brings you to everyone else but the people that work for blizzard and this game. I’m leaving this low rating because I continuously get disconnected from my matches. Especially more when I’m about to win but I guess that’s just bad luck. Fix your servers and I will fix my rating... Once again for about a month now I have been kicked out of the game for no reason... you say you will fix it and haven’t done anything yet. You recommended, “Stay away from ranked and arenas?” That’s how your helping?? Ok how about I stay away from the game. FIX YOUR APPS SERVER PROBLEM! This is about the 3rd time I have edited this post to just keep updating how disappointed I am at blizzard for not being helpful at all... They are taking their very sweet time on fixing the issue that all apple users are having. I freakin love the game besides all the meta crap and new user stuff that people talk about, like just play in free play mode or arena if meta is an issue whatever... Scratch that, stay away from arena apple users, blizzards haven’t done anything yet. This goes deeper because this isn’t about the people it’s about the game and server itself. GET ON TOP OF IT! I will be back next month to add on to this foolishness until it’s fixed.
  • Very Addictive Strategy Game

    By Mothyberry
    I have been playing this game for years. The way they release expansions allows new players the chance to jump in. Its possible to be a competitive player off playing occasionally, but only if you understand the strategy behind your deck. You can copy decks online with an easy copy and paste (smart!). If you know the game well enough, you might concede a game early. Every deck has a weakness so its very rewarding to anticipate what the other player is trying to do and then respond. To be honest, if you want to be casual, it would help if you completed ghe daily quest and maybe pre-purchase the expansion if you don’t have any cards. Expansions come out fairly frequently and they change game dynamics significantly enough that it always creates a fun learning curve. You can but extra packs easily off just completing daily quests at a reasonable rate. It does seem harder to get legendaries now though, but this is likely due to a larger number of possible cards. Games sometimes take longer than desired due to the other player taking forever. I wish they would slightly reduce turn time.
  • Would be more fun, but I hate Fatigue... Other than that, it’s great!!!

    By Browders6
    I could be winning the game by 30 to 5 and a rogue goes and makes me draw cards until I die a fatigue... it is a stupid and cowardly tactic and I think the damage taken by fatigue should be reduced. I also think that you should allow there to be a quest where the price is a alternate hero of your choice. I am not able to do promo codes or events so either make such a quest or make all alternate hero’s be in the shop so I can by it. Plus some of the events were before I started playing hearthstone so I don’t think it’s fair that new players can’t get some of the heroes. Other than that the game is amazing! I like how they allow you to still play the game without paying if you don’t want to. Sure it takes a while to earn 100 gold to buy card packs, but at least they let you buy card packs in the first place. I like the way you can gain rewards through quests and I like the solo games. The graphics and art work are great! I love how they come up with new updates often and how they have their own cute animated short. This game would be so much better though if you could buy one alternative hero of your choice with like 300 gold.
  • Absolute Garbage

    By Collin A Langham creek
    Just another pay to win scam of a game pushed by the grotesque conglomerate people call (Blizzard is owned) Activision, that does everything it possibly can to make every aspect of the game incentivize you to buy their virtual trash. The game mechanics themselves are totally unbalanced, and the fact that legendary cards lack a cap is completely unhealthy for the game. But I'm not sure why I expected much different because this is Activision we're talking about. Their main marketing strategy is to sell pixels to kids like its crack to addicts. It's simply massive amounts of greed poured all over a decent game, and they essentially monopolize the genre so there's no risk of competitors taking their brain dead cash machines. Good luck winning any games without playing Priest/Mage unless you shell out loads of your hard earned money just for a slight chance at getting your classes cards/legendaries, and if you're Druid then you might as well concede, the class is utterly neglected when it comes to the synergy of the standard cards. Summarized: The game is unbalanced, it's pay to win, and the company that owns it is notoriously greedy. Don't even waste your time. You'd be better off smashing your brains into a brick wall than playing this terrible excuse of a game. The kindest words I can give: A beautiful display of virtual diarrhea.
  • Great game

    By Steve(mine)
    Overall a fun card game with endless replayability, personally having at least a hundred hours in the game. With new content constantly coming out keeping the game fresh. Extremely balanced so free to play players are able to compete with pay to play players. With my second account getting to one of the top ranks even with a limited card pool. Having such a huge community helps this game with their always being new stuff to talk about. Very few bugs, runs really well, good ui, good art design, and good audio design allowing this game to standout from other card games making it the best choice. Very easy to learn all the basic mechanics allowing you to quickly get in to the game but at the same time hard to master separating the pros and the noobs. With much more praising I can do their are without a doubt some negatives like their heroic brawls rewards being underwhelming, card balance is sometimes not the best, and other stuff as well but still a free game that I would recommend to anyone casual or hardcore gamer looking to have some fun.
  • Witchwood update ruined the game

    By Shinnosuke808
    I used to enjoy this game until the most recent update. After focusing my essence into an elemental mage deck (due to my massively bad luck and the terrible card draw system in the game), I now find that it is impossible to win. The only way to win now is to either be lucky enough to grab one of the few new cards that can instantly win you the game, or pay to have essence. For the average person, keeping up with the meta is near impossible without dedicating massive amounts of time and energy in game. In addition, this game is not at all new user friendly. It isn’t possible for beginners to know what the meta is, much less being able to craft decks around them. Beginners are thus stuck in endless cycles of losses due to them being improperly prepared for the game. If you guys want to bring in new users and avoid alienating new ones, y’all need to step up your game. (P.S. you guys need to balance Sudderwock. With the proper deck centered around it, it is impossible to win against unless you are able to defeat it in the early game. This caused people to craft decks that are only useful against this one meta and useless against everything else. At the very least, add a limit to how much it can do, make it impossible to duplicate, or make it end once the timer runs out.)
  • Amazing gameplay ruined by insane cost to play

    By Strikeslash0573
    Hearthstone’s gameplay, visuals, and universe are fantastic, but it’s gated by one huge fence: money. Want to play a competitive deck? Purchasing the pre-order package won’t guarantee any good cards. Want to play a meme deck? Keep buying packs to get those expensive-to-craft epic cards. I’ve been playing for about 2 years and I can’t recommend this game for a new player who isn’t willing to spend literally hundreds of dollars on packs. Players are forced to buy packs because the crafting system has ludicrous costs that are almost impossible to reach. Unpack a terrible legendary card that you can’t use? Disenchanting it for dust value will let you craft one epic card. And an epic’s dust crafts you one rare. And one rare’s dust won’t even craft you a common. You just can’t get ahead in this game unless you spend money to open tons of packs and disenchant the unusable cards for 25% or less of their worth in dust. Almost ever competitive and meme deck has several legendaries and a handful of epics, and you can’t craft them all. I love this game for it’s high quality, but I hate it’s free-to-play facade. If you want to have more than one deck, you’re paying money for it.
  • Naysayers are no fun!

    By Dutch O'Malley
    Don’t listen to people complain that it is a pay-to-win game. I have played Hearthstone for three years, made top ranked players four times and achieved two golden hero’s all while never purchasing a single card. Yes, you can pay money for cards but if your patient you can get those same cards by opening packs and crafting cards in the game using dust that you can acquire by disenchanting extra cards, cards you don’t use or winning Arena runs. Every time you win three games (not to mention complete quests) you get gold, which is used to buy packs! This is a strategy game pure and simple, the mechanics are almost identical to Magic: The Gathering. (Which you do have to pay for, fyi, while as I’ve said you can play this game and succeed while spending no money) The point is, if you want to be good at this game you can! I particularly enjoy the humor and satyr thrown into making these cards and recommend it for everyone who likes these kind of card games!
  • Minor issues I have

    By Tattletail_LovesU
    (Before you start to read this I just want you to know that I’ve played this game before). The game is good I really like it a lot and it’s fun to play and a great way to kill time, so I don’t want to talk crap about the game, but I’m having minor issues. I completed the tutorial and it told me to make an account, and the screen went blank! I tried it again and the screen came up, so I pressed create and the screen went blank! I tried again and it came up this time, so I filled it all out and I pressed create account. Guess what happened! The screen didn't go blank! It took me off of the game and made my phone freeze up and I couldn’t do anything so I turned it off and back on and it was fine (thankfully). But then I went to the game and this is what it said: “CLOSED we can not connect you to the game through Blizzard blah blah blah, try again on a few minutes.” Ten try’s later still says it so i play another game and wait after 2 hours I go back on there and to my surprise! IT SAID THE SAME THING!!!!!!!! So I deleted it maybe I’ll get it back if you fix this thank you!
  • Never gets old!

    I’ve been playing HS for 3+ years, almost daily, and it never gets old. I started out as a free to play player, and as I got better at the game, started to spend more money. I’m now more involved as an Innkeeper, hosting Fireside Gatherings once a month, making friends with other people in the area... I would recommend, even if your new, getting involved in the community. It’s a blast playing face to face, coaching, or being coached, and sharing ideas for decks. I greatly appreciate what Team 5 has built, and they keep impressing me every time a new expansion comes out. I also don’t look at this game as just a mobile game. It was built for PC only at first, which is still probably the best way to play. I usually play on my iPad, because with 4 kids, I’m constantly running around the house... If your ever being roped, just remember the other person could be chasing down a kid, or changing a diaper... lol. All being said, I highly recommend this game!
  • Pay to win? No.

    By KENslob
    People can see this as a pay to win game, but it’s not. All you need is some good old fashioned patience. Y’know, like the old days. Their design allows players who intend to pay nothing to play in many modes that fully utilize the cards it starts with and it feel clean balanced and super fun. I’ve been playing since April 2017 and payed nothing and gotten above rank 10 many times. The game gives card packs away like candy so your collection grows substantially, giving you tons of great decks. Plus, you can break down extra cards for Dust which can be used to make your cards you don’t have for that deck you want. This is the perfect example of a game that enables players to spend nothing and have a hell of a time. I spent 50 dollars on the last expansion, not because I wanted to win, but because I felt that I got so much fun out of this game that I wanted to support Blizzard and their team for making such a great game. 50 bucks for a great game sounds fair to me.
  • Easily Accessible with Surprisingly Deep Strategy Potential

    By Old Windows Phone User
    I was very pleasantly surprised at how good this game was, growing up on classics like Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokemon card games. It's a lot more simple to pick up and play then either of the aforementioned titles, but with just as much or more room to combo the snot out of your opponents. It is free to play with the option to purchase more cards, but I don't really care much about the complaints others have with this because 1. The card games of the 90's were also free to play but you pretty much had to buy cards and decks to play as well and 2. If you buy duplicates you can turn them into "dust" which you can save to actually make whatever card you want later. Yes it's only 1/4 of what it's worth to build but back in the 90's if you got 40 Zubats you were stuck. Good luck using those to get a Charizard. This game alleviates that, though I am bummed none of the digital card games have a trading ability. Still awesome though.
  • App deleted after years of playing

    By Nbradley1630
    Blizzard is a business, designed to make money. Their sole purpose is to create capital through data sold to suckers who spend hundreds on packs. It is 100% pay to win. You will not make a good rank without paying money for legendary cards. I’ve played for 2 years, and after every season the greed of blizzard becomes more apparent with the game revolving more and more around pay to win. The draws and deck matchups are designed to lure you into spending more money. Play the same deck 20+ times and notice what decks the algorithm pits you against. Then, switch decks and notice a different pattern on which decks you’re facing. There are always 2-3 overpowered “meta” decks revolving that most everyone plays. There isn’t enough diversity to ensure every deck has a fair chance of winning. On top of this, you’ll see in rank 10 and below, aggro “play as many cards as you can, as fast as you can” dominate. Not a lot of strategy involved in this method and it can get frustrating. You either lose to these types of decks by trying to be original and strategic, or you jump on the bandwagon and fight fire with fire, which gets very boring very quick. App deleted.
  • Good but I can’t log in

    By PapousseMousse
    I recently downloaded this game after playing a while back on a different phone. However, upon completing the tutorial, I tried to log in, and thinking I remembered my old password, I entered it. However, the computer told me the password was correct, so I went through the password changing process. Once I was finished, I attempted to log in, but at first nothing happened. It loaded a bit, but then it just didn’t do anything. So I tried again and it led me to the blizzard website, but inside the login screen. Assuming I had logged in, I closed the login screen and attempted to open a pack. However I was prompted to log in, and the same thing happened. Frustrated I made a new account, but once it was created I was prompted to login, and the same error occurred. I have tried everything from restarting my phone, to deleting the app and trying again, but nothing works. However I did get to play as a guest, and the gameplay looked very promising. But its no use if I can’t open packs, or save my progress. Please send help.
  • Fun, If A Bit Frustrating

    By Z054J
    I don’t think any of their R&D staff actually play the game, nor do they have any depth in their play-testing. This results in chronic “oops, this card is too powerful... let’s edit it because we’re lazy” nerfs. What that means for players is - all that gold you spent time grinding to buy packs to get dust to craft good cards, or all that money you spent on packs to get good cards - out the window when they ruin your deck. But don’t worry... they compensate you with a small amount of dust. It’s definitely not “pay to win.” It’s “pay to get cards faster” - but owning cards doesn’t give anyone the ability to win. I’d love to say skill is a major factor, but all the skill in the world can’t overcome the wrath of RNGeezus. Randomized effects are also a problem in the game, at least in terms of elevating it to a significant strategic challenge. Many times, decision-making boils down to eliminating randomness. The player base seems covered up with antisocial types who are both entitled and rude. Blizzard could easily solve an experiential negative by adding a toggle option to permanently squelch emotes. My five-star rating is based upon the facts: 1. In spite of these complaints, I still have a blast playing the game and haven’t quit since beta; 2. I saw a completely ignorant and irrational one-star rating (written by one of those entitled types no doubt) and figured the unrealistically low score needed a counterbalance.
  • Fun game, but has some problems

    By Luciancross423
    I thoroughly enjoy Hearthstone, I started playing mtg and then eventually this little token came out. The game is quite fun as you unlock new cards and start receiving epics, rare and legendary cards. Opening a pack just starts a adrenaline rush, but it could become addicting. As a free to play player I have a lot of trouble trying to get up in rank. I end up having paying against players with amazing cards, lots of rare epics etc. At this point I end up being stuck in a rank bracket due to the overwhelming cards people have. I try my best to do my quest everyday and unlock packs and get coins, but I always seem to quit the game entirely when people start face rolling me. Especially, when the rank bracket resets that is possibly the worse time to play rank. Basically people who pay for cards always have a stronger advantage over you and ends up ruining the fun. Either way great game that is my only problem with it.
  • Honestly the Best Game Ever....So Far

    By i3dMEP
    I have been playing Hearthstone for years now. I may get distracted by other games for a week or a month here and there but I always come back to Hearthstone. Let’s be honest here, though. If you want to play competitively, you kind of do have to pay for some packs of cards or a single player campaign to get key cards. That may sound bad to a lot of people. However, as a gamer I have resigned myself to accepting the fact that I pay money for entertainment on a fairly regular basis. After playing Hearthstone and paying money here and there over the last couple years, I have actually come to see the money spent as a relatively good investment. I still use the cards I paid for two years ago (Alexstraza, Cairne Bloodhoof, Ysera, Archmage Antonidas, Etc). You cannot say the same for paid expansion content in any other game out there, on any platform.
  • Literally my favorite game ever

    By GianniGab
    I mean no exaggeration when i say that Hearthstone is literally my favorite game ever. But the reason for such a low star review is because so many iPhone X users have been asking for optimization for the iPhone. We have been either ignored or given responses by Blizzard that don't tell us anything. It's been over 5 months since the iPhone X released and embarrassingly Hearthstone is the only app on my phone that isn't optimized yet. To others it really may seem that its not a big deal but you can imagine what it's like to only use 60% of your screen to play Hearthstone. Geez I sometimes find myself squinting to read text on cards because of this. Since we are getting ignored a lot of people are giving the app 1 star and deleting it until this is fixed. Unfortunately, I am doing the same. Once or if this is done I'll immediately redownload and give the game the 5 stars it deserves. I am completely aware of the impact of 1 star reviews and that's why I am rating it this way. There really is no other way to really get their attention at this point. Just really disappointed.
  • I love this game but I can’t log in

    By Xman634
    I played plants vs zombies heroes before this and I got into hearthstone quickly and stopped playing pvz. I would have definitely given this game five stars if it had not been for the fact that I cannot log into my account after the last maintenance that they did this past tuesday. After the maintenance it would bring me to the tavern doors saying that it was closed and that I could not connect to the blizzard servers. After about an hour after the maintenance was done I tried playing only for me to see what I wrote above. I thought nothing of it thinking that it was just part of the maintenance. A day later I could still not log in so I deleted and reinstalled the game to no avail. I’ve tried reinstalling the game probably 4-5 times without any improvement and I’m starting to get very frustrated which is a shame since I really like the game. If anybody could help me I’d highly appreciate it. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
  • Great game (NOT pay to win)

    By OldManFish
    Hearthstone is an awesome game... the mechanics, card/character interactions, art, lore, new gameplay, and most importantly the community are all incredible. You constantly hear people complaining about “pay to win”. I’ve played since the very beginning, since the closed beta. I have a very nearly complete collection (standard and wild) with most of the bells and whistles and I would say I’ve spent maybe $100 over the course of five years. I also have a totally free to play account I started after the 2nd or 3rd expansion which has a pretty decent collection and does just fine in both wild and standard formats with $0 spent. I play every day for maybe 45 minutes or so. So it doesn’t take money it takes time...or money if you prefer to skip the wait, which to me seems like the perfect set up.