Warhammer: Visions is your monthly showcase of the most exciting Citadel miniatures from the worlds of Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000 and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. It's a visual extravaganza sporting over 150 pages of sumptuous miniatures photography. Regular features include Army of the Month, Parade Ground, Golden Demon, 'Eavy Metal, Blanchitsu, Latest Releases and much more besides.
This exclusive iPad edition of Warhammer: Visions includes extra images and additional unique interactive features such as zoomable high-resolution images and 360 degree miniature viewers.
Warhammer: Visions can be purchased as:
• Single Issue, non-subscription (1 issue for $8.99/€8.99/£6.99)
• Annual Subscription (12 issues for $79.99/€79.99/£59.99), automatically renewed every 12 months until cancelled.
Your iTunes Account will be charged at the time of purchase.
Auto-Renewing Subscriptions: Your subscription will automatically renew for another 12 months unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of your subscription. Your iTunes Account will automatically be charged for another subscription at the current subscription price within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period.
This new version gives you access to the new-look Warhammer: Visions. It also has a new look and feel, new UI, new contents, bookmarking and search, new storefront, but retains access to all your existing issues of White Dwarf.
*Please note: This version requires iOS 6 or higher, so will not work with the iPad 1
Ratings and Reviews
Great pics but nothing more
The original app was good but slow to download because it was so large. I loved the article and pictures. But it did not have the controls like in the new digital codex's. I was hoping the white dwarf guys would again start up the rules updates again and I was ready for it in this digital day. I have started to get the digital codexs because of the quick reference to rules the picture controls was awesome really gave you a thing to use not just say wow wish I can see the details. The visions came out and I was hoping it would have all of the look and feel of the codex's but it just had some great pic not really any control but the slide movement. If maybe had a zoom and I multiple views of the models and not just one it would have a leg to stand on. Games workshop needs to publish the now new white dwarf again in digital form. This is what I purchase and would love to get the new rule like the imperial knight rule that just came out.i do not want to carry a ton of books to my games that was way I got my iPad for one item to control them all.
Are they trying to go out of business
I am not a 4 year old that needs a picture book, give your readers some credibility by giving them some true content!!! Seriously GW could you have ruined this magazine any more, I used to spend a few hours taking my time reading the latest White Dwarf, making it last and enjoy it... I made it last this time... ALL OF 10 MINUTES!!! This gives you next to NO information, the battle reports which always inspired me is nonexistent! And you tout this as a new revolutionary magazine only to repeat last month and give us pretty pictures!?!
I could not be more disappointed, this is NOT the magazine I subscribed to, they had better refund my subscription or if the weekly magazine is worth anything I should be able to transfer my subscription... What a joke. I don't say this lightly, but this was easily the worse idea GW has had in a long time.
Not what I subscribed to
The new Visions is most definitely NOT what I subscribed to, and I feel cheated that I was not offered a pro-rated credit for my remaining issues of White Dwarf; the magazine I did subscribe to. And technically, that magazine still exists, only now as a weekly hard copy available in stores only. If I subscribed to, say Model Railroader, but was delivered Vogue, I'd be able to get a refund, so why not here? Just because they are both GW products does not make it fair or right. It's not an issue of whether you like Visions or not (and I do not), it's the hubris of GW switching subscribers without options to a different product, and Apple letting it happen. One more nail in the coffin of my near-dead longstanding relationship with GW.
- Games Workshop PLC
- 14.4 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- English, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Japanese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2014 Games Workshop Limited
- In-App Purchases
- White Dwarf $79.99
- White Dwarf October 2012 $7.99
- White Dwarf January 2013 $7.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.