The Best Games Like Hearthstone for iPhone, Android, iPad and More

In our list of games like Hearthstone we’ve included many games for iPhone, Android, iPad and other systems. Remember that all games can be voted for to affects their score and please help to share these games on Twitter and Facebook so other people looking for games like Hearthstone know what to play next.

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About Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft 

Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft is a free to play card game based on the Warcraft universe. You play as a Warcraft hero who is playing a card game to chill out at one of the inns in the World of Warcraft universe. You attempt to defeat your opponents by attacking with minions, using spells or a combination of both.

There are nine basic decks in the default game but you can build new decks as you collect more cards. In order to collect cards you need to level up your hero by completing quests or by buying Expert Packs in the in-game story. The packs come in five different levels of rarity, from Free to Legendary.

To construct your deck you’ll first choose a hero who will have a class based on the World of Warcraft games. Each hero has an exclusive set of cards and one hero power that can be used again on every turn.

There are a few different modes of play including casual and Arena. There is also currency to collect and spend.

Hearthstone is definitely a fairly rare type of game, but we’ve found a few similar games we think you’ll enjoy. See our list below.

 

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Games like Hearthstone

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Heroes of Dragon Age

Heroes of Dragon Age is just like tons of other digital card collecting games, of which Google Play and the App Store are rife. Well, it’s exactly the same as those card games, except for the fact that there aren’t actually cards. Instead there are figurines of various Dragon Age characters and monsters. But from a gameplay perspective, they provide the exact same role as cards do in collectible card games.

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 Yugioh

Yu-Gi-Oh! Online is a trading card game for PC made by video game developer Konami and based around the offline Yugioh trading card game.

In the game you duel using cards exactly like you in the offline version of the same game. You begin with a 40-60 card starter deck and will duel in order to collect more cards.

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Brave Frontier

Brave Frontier provides a classic, nostalgia-laden JRPG experience for mobile gamers and adds a collectible card game on top just for good measure. The result is an extremely compelling mobile gaming experience. In Brave Frontier you set out to save a land called Grand Gaia, a magical place full of hidden powers and powerful enemies.

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 Final Fantasy Tactics

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Tactics is a strategy role playing game released in 1998. The game is, of course, based in the Final Fantasy universe but it’s more like a retro tactical RPG than any of the Final Fantasy games. Some of the Final Fantasy elements available in the game include jobs, magic and chocobos. The game takes the universe of its surrounding series and turns it into a turn based strategy game.

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Heroes of Might and Magix

Heroes of Might and Magic games are tactics based combat games. You start with a hero and must battle in order to acquire new troops, then power them up. You take control of the hero and use him to fight, to gather resources and give bonuses to his growing number of troops. Your hero also has special abilities that can be used to help you in fights.

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 Disgaea 4

Disgaea 4 A Promise Unforgotten is a tactical role playing game made by video game developer Nippon Ichi Softwarre. The game tells the story of an ex tyrant called Valvatorez, who is leading a group of rebels against the president of the netherworld.

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