I have this for my 4th-gen iPad, and on a Retina-based device, with the exception of the standard small black border that appears with iPhone-native apps at 2x, this is pretty much what a native iPad/universal/HD version would look like. There is very, very minimal aliasing on most text and numbers (and I mean minimal to the extent that you'll barely even notice it, let alone be bothered by it, unless you're extremely neurotic about such things), and the game doesn't even come close to being "blurry" or any such exaggeration. If you've ever played the non-HD version of Cut the Rope in 2x on a Retina-based device, you know that visually it is almost entirely indistinguishable from the iPad's native HD version other than the border; this is a very similar situation here. Honestly, with the polish involved in the art, music and gameplay, if this title strikes your fancy and seems like something you might want to try, and you have a 3rd or 4th-gen iPad (iPad 2 and iPad mini use non-Retina assets for games in 2x mode, so they're not quite as good here), I'd suggest picking it up. I have a sneaking suspicion that if you're holding off just because you're worried about how it plays on the iPad, or have concerns about the artwork being "low-res" or "blurry", you'll be pleasantly surprised. Finally, even though it should be obvious, I am constantly surprised by the number of people who don't grasp that the game only uses one deck of cards - i.e. if somebody already has a particular card of one colour, there isn't going to be another copy of that card in the game for you to claim. If somebody plays 2, 3, 4, 5 of red, there's no point hanging onto the red 6 hoping you'll get a lower number to start your lane with, because all of those cards have already been played.