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After a nice vacation I came back to perform a review on Dream Catchers The Beginning. That sounds odd. Almost like I am performing surgery or something. Portions of Dream Catchers The Beginning made me feel like a doctor performing surgery.

Parents need to know something very important about Dream Catchers The Beginning. This iOS video game (meaning iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad) can be scary. There is a demon in Dream Catchers The Beginning. I immediately wanted to pray as Jesus taught us to exorcise the demon. This video game did not let me do that.

Dream Catchers The Beginning is a hidden object video game that is broken up with puzzles. There is a fair amount of get this item, and use it over there. Why can I only use the item once? Why don't some items work. A long crow bar won't reach into a crevice to get something. But a smaller hook does. Makes no sense to me.

There are screens with all kinds of items hidden on them. We have to find the items on the list. It is awesome how the list will jump around if we find something on the list, even when that item is not showing on the screen. Since the list has multiple pages, and we have to scroll through them all to learn all the items we need to collect.

I will be transparent on how I played Dream Catchers The Beginning. I tapped everywhere on the hidden object screens. If there were a few items left and that was not working anymore, I then went and looked at the list. If I was still stuck I would use a hint.

Hints are a nice part of the game play in Dream Catchers The Beginning. It takes time to recharge the hints. If you are patient you will be fine. Dream Catchers The Beginning comes in a free trial version (only a portion of the game is playable), and the paid version which gives families complete access to the entire game.
- Mark


Graphics: 76%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 72%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: iPhone/iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Developer: Boon Troll
Rating: ‘9+' - for Everyone NINE and OLDER ONLY
{Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes, Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}
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