Described as a gesture-based arcade game, the two-person Malaysian game outfit named Sunnyside Interactive have recently released their first game called The Dreamcatcher into the market. The game features a character called Anoki who is going through a monster catching adventure in five different world.
With multiple levels of varying difficulties for gamers to get their game on, the game’s major attraction is said to be the way it is played. A slight departure from the usual tapping gesture that is utilized by many games out there, The Dreamcatcher asks gamers to draw circles to engage on the enemies instead.
For that very reason, Sunnyside Interactive decided to release the game only for iPad and iPad Mini as they found that it is very difficult for gamers to draw circles accurately on iPhone’s display which is obviously smaller. At the same time, they also planning to expand the game’s availability to Android tablets very soon.
Since the game is free to play, just head on to the Apple App Store right here to download it for your iPad or iPad Mini. For further information, connect directly with the developers over at facebook.com/thedreamcatchergame.