Whispers of the Old Gods have arrived !


Gaming article is not something you can see on our site very often, but the arrival of the new Hearthstone expansion Whispers of the Old Gods is a perfect time to make an exception. After all the blockbuster card game from Blizzard developers is currently the most profitable mobile game worldwide with 50 million player base, so they must be doing something right 🙂

For those living under a rock for the past two years we can just quickly say, that Hearthstone is a collectible online card game with simple rules, but complex depth and vast fan community based on the insanely popular Wacraft universe. The game is lately also becoming a regular e-sport in China and other regions with professional players and streamers, not to mention the generously funded online and offline tournaments.

What’s helpful for the ultimate experience is the fact, that Hearthstone is available for every platform there is, ranging from PC, through Android phones and tablets to iOS devices. So there is no problem playing virtually anywhere with at least some basic internet connection and trust me the game is the embodiment of the legendary “one more game and im going to sleep” syndrome. And voilá it’s 4am in the morning….where did the time go ?

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The new expansion Whispers of the Old Gods brings to the community loads and loads of content, including new game formats Standard and Wild modes, 134 new cards with strong Lovecraftian theme and many more. Players will also receive 3 card packs along with one legendary card just for logging in during the launch period so its a perfect start even for the newcomers. Anyway see for yourself and for sure at least give a try to the award winning best mobile game for 2014 and 2015. See ya on the ladder !

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38 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    April 28, 2016

    FINALLY GAMING NEWS on GIZCHINA !

    YAY !

  2. April 28, 2016

    Bloody hate mobile games…

    • Assefa Hanson
      April 28, 2016

      come on they arent all bad, what about asphalt 8? or do you like a hand full but hate them in general?

      • April 29, 2016

        I’m a console player. I play on PS Vita and 3DS XL. There’s too many pay to win games on mobile, so i just don’t touch them.

        • Assefa Hanson
          April 29, 2016

          i see your point.. but remeber you paid for those games for your console, so in mobile games someone has to pay for them whether through in app purchases or whatever but i understand what you mean

          • April 29, 2016

            Agree, but i pay once;)

            • Assefa Hanson
              April 29, 2016

              and less in the long run

            • April 29, 2016

              Definitely.
              BTW, my gear:)

            • Assefa Hanson
              April 29, 2016

              yoooooooooooooooow your a hardcore gamer

            • April 29, 2016

              Not really, but that is so comfy:)

    • Airyl
      April 28, 2016

      I question whether this is a genuine opinion or just gr8 b8.

  3. Assefa Hanson
    April 28, 2016

    as anyone else seein adds in your disqus feed?? “are internet comment controlling your thoughts”

    • MattD
      April 28, 2016

      I’ve got that too… Don’t know what it is, I usually think “you can bet your a*s they are” and go ahead with whatever I was doing ?

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 28, 2016

        LMAO

    • MaxPower
      April 28, 2016

      I’ve read the article, it’s actually pretty interesting.

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 28, 2016

        LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, man you dont know how i found this so funny, just the other day you and i were saying we dont want to read about cyanogen mod vs OS and now you read this long article and say its interesting lololol

        • MaxPower
          April 29, 2016

          That was unusual for me indeed.

          Those intrusive ads usually bother me a lot but the headline caught my curiosity so I went to read what it was all about.

          I wasn’t planning to read the whole article, but then I found it pretty interesting so I kept reading almost till the end of it.

          • Assefa Hanson
            April 29, 2016

            “almost till the end of it??” if you tell me you still didnt finish it im going to lol so hard

            • MaxPower
              April 29, 2016

              I didn’t finish it.
              I get bored really quickly
              The story of my life, I start many things and never finished them

            • Assefa Hanson
              April 29, 2016

              OMG XD LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

          • balcobomber25
            April 29, 2016

            I read the title and skipped to the comments.

    • Alexis T
      April 29, 2016

      I bet UMI marketing team just read it since they’re invading gizchina articles on their products with lousy comments.

      BTW the title is a bit sensationalist on the paranoiac side… ‘controlling’ is overstated IMHO, ‘influencing’ would have been more appropriate.

      Even if balco and Max are clearly trying to manipulate everyone here, following a dark agenda only known by them.

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 29, 2016

        lol

      • balcobomber25
        April 29, 2016

        You are onto us! Run Max!

        • Alexis T
          April 29, 2016

          Too late balco, too late…

          Your constant rationalization of chinese phones comparison is symptomatic of your decadent and rampant capitalism. You already cast upon yourself the almighty wrath of our beloved and treasured leader. Soon Unit 61398 will obtain your physical adress. Follow my advice, and avoid chinese food for a few years, unless your belly is polonium-resistant.

          • balcobomber25
            April 29, 2016

            I’ve eaten Spiders in Cambodia, drank snake venom in Vietnam and survived three bouts of Malaria, Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever. My Stomach is iron strong lol!

            • Alexis T
              April 29, 2016

              OK you just beat me… I’ll try a more subtle approache and league with Elephone’s marketing team to bring you and Max down.

              Get geared to deal with some Jenny, Shany and Harry guest replies on your comments, you fools !

  4. E8hffff
    April 28, 2016

    “Gaming article is not something you can see on our site very often, but”

    Talking about the site…It would be nice if you guys had a list of phones and their expected release dates and if they are released. Then each entry holds a link to a profile page of the specs or a hover mouse details dialogue. Like the list on mmorpg.com for games schedules.

    • metalboyz
      April 28, 2016

      you can check on kimovil for that

      • E8hffff
        April 28, 2016

        Just what the doctor ordered.

  5. Adam Jane
    April 28, 2016

    Honestly I don’t know why some people read these articles, when they could be getting better at the game. No wonder 90% of people stay at BOTTOM level while the big boys-including me, get better everyday to pwn more noobs.

    It wasn’t hard once I started using this: gamesinfun.com/learn-hearthstone-mastery

    • balcobomber25
      April 29, 2016

      Honestly I dont know why you wrote this comment when you could playing with the “Big Boys of Hearthstone”.

  6. Trayanee
    April 29, 2016

    I have tried it a few times, really wanted to like it for the nice online ccg implementation but every time it all comes to that one sentence…”Its not Magic”

    • Alexis T
      April 29, 2016

      Same thing here. Just had a argument with a friend, trying to push me into hearthstone a few days ago. I don’t really get the point of playing HS as Magic is way deeper. But hey… nowadays it seems simpler = better.

      • Martin Fabián
        April 29, 2016

        Well the main appeal of Hearthstone is slightly different approach than Magic, yes its simpler, but on the other hand offers something Magic never managed – online accesibility. The MTGO client was beyond terrible and clunky, Hearthstone is available anywhere over Battle.net so no worries about cheating and similar and everything just works. I played Magic for years starting in hmmm 1997, but still Hearthstone won me over. Not to mention keeping with Magic on some level requires extreme amounts of money, Hearthstone will a little bit of skill you play really “for free” while having everything.

        • Alexis T
          April 29, 2016

          OK thx. I was afraid of another pay to win, like every other mobile CCG, and frustrated by the lack of interrupt system : being able to cast only during your turn is really limiting gameplay IMHO. I’ll give it a try online since you seem so enthousiastic (and 50M ppl also).

          • Martin Fabián
            April 29, 2016

            The pay to win aspect is in my eyes significantly lower than anywhere else, because you can even buy the expansions with in-game currency and earning of it is partially skill based. Lack of interrupt means different style and again its tailored for computer/mobile play, the instant/interrupt system is one of the major things that killed any viable MTG online platform. Nothing is perfect ofc and a new player is probably still semi-forced to get some cards, but now is the perfect timing with start of the new block, free packs and everything. Give it a try,

  7. April 29, 2016

    Screw games. Big boys get drunk…