Spectator mode, also known as observer mode, is a game mode Hearthstone provides five primary game modes in which to do battle: Play mode Adventure mode Arena Friendly Challenge Tavern Brawl Game mode affects several secondary play factors, including matchmaking, rewards, and deck selection. Be that as it may, the that allows players to watch other players` matches. Spectator mode made its debut with the game`s first expansion Expansions are major card set additions to the game of Hearthstone. Expansions introduce large amounts of cards into the game, in contrast to adventures, 1] with expansions featuring around 130-145 new cards and adventures only , Goblins vs Gnomes "Goblins and gnomes… goblins and gnomes! Both are super-brilliant - but you would never know! Everything they seem to make is faulty or explodes… Perfecting imperfection - goblins and gnomes!" Wild format Goblins vs Gnomes , in Dec. 2014.
- Players can choose to view matches being played by any of their friends, by browsing their friends list. Players can only choose to spectate players who are currently engaged in a match.
- Once the player has entered spectator mode, the player will see the battle with the usual layout, from the perspective of the player being spectated. While the display largely reflects the view of the competing player themselves, the spectating player can interact with the display in some ways.
- All possible actions will be highlighted
- The player cannot take any actions, or select any actions, such as readying a minion to attack
- The player can view the history The history (sometimes referred to as the combat log) is located on the left side of the battlefield. It comprises a series of small images representing the most recent actions taken by players during the , check the number of cards remaining in each deck, and magnify cards by mousing over them
- Cards currently being moused over by the competing player will also be magnified for the spectating player
- The player can interact with all battlefield The battlefield (or game board) is where the action takes place, representing the board on which each game is played out. Around the battlefield are various important UI elements, such as each player s hand, deck features
- The player cannot emote Emotes are short quotes that heroes can speak during a game. Each emote comes as a soundbite, and in a written form, displayed in a speech bubble next to the character s portrait. Emotes are the
- A "Spectator Mode" label in the bottom-left corner will remind the player that they are not actually in control of the action
- There is a limit of 10 spectators simultaneously
- Players are able to see if any players are spectating their match, as well as how many and who they are.
- Players can choose to make their matches invitation-only, preventing players from spectating them unless specifically invited. Players can also kick unwanted spectators from their games.
- Spectator mode supports spectating both sides of a game, allowing players and casters to watch the game from both players` perspectives from within a single Hearthstone client. Simply choose to spectate both players at once, and an integrated display will show all cards and details for both players. The display does not switch each turn Hearthstone takes place in turns. Each turn gives a player the opportunity to act. At the end of each turn, play is passed back to the other player. A round describes one turn for each ; rather the "opponent"`s cards are shown upside down.
- When a match ends, any spectating players will enter a `waiting state` until the player being spectated joins another match. When the player starts another match, all spectators will automatically be connected to the new game.
- Players can currently only spectate actual matches, not the deckbuilding and selection screens.
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- The Battle.net "Do Not Disturb" setting will not prevent players from spectating your matches.
- Developers have cited spectator mode as perhaps the most wanted featureSpecial attraction by players, and recognise players` interest and desire to watch competitive games.
The Starting Game screen
- See more: Starting Game The Starting Game screen is the holding screen presented while the system is preparing a AI opponent for the player to battle in Adventure mode. It featuresSpecial attraction a selection of helpful tips and some comical
The Starting Game The Starting Game screen is the holding screen presented while the system is preparing a AI opponent for the player to battle in Adventure mode. It features a selection of helpful tips and some comical screen is the loading screen displayed while the system prepares to spectate the match, featuring a selection of helpful tips and some comical `tasks`. It depicts a mechanical element which slowly fills from left to right, supposedly representing necessary steps in preparing for the game. Once the loading bar has filled a certain number of times, the game is ready and battle begins automatically.