The publishing brand Renatus has brought one of its best hidden object titles to Facebook. The social version of Dream: Hidden Adventure puts players inside the truly exciting non-linear search of hidden items in bizarre and beautiful Dream World.
Dream: Hidden Adventure made its first steps into the gaming industry on the App Store in October 2013 and remained an exclusive iPad-only app for unfairly long. After a major update the game became available to all hidden object game fans with iPhones.
In spite of below-zero temperatures, December happened to be the hottest month in terms of releases and together with snow the world got caught in the shower of mobile versions of Dream: Hidden Adventure. Amazon Appstore and Google Play placed the app with a few days gap right before the New Year’s Eve.
Renatus Media, LLC, famous for publishing casual and mid-core games on major mobile and social platforms and reaching the 10,000,000 MAU milestone in less than twelve months, started this new 2014th year with a new release. The time has come to drive Dream: Hidden Adventure to social platforms. The other day, this game appeared in the Facebook’s App Center to the delight of those who prefer online playing.
This game offers its players a brand-new, outside-the-box game experience in the child’s dream. It is a world with nothing but Dreams, Nightmares and Absurdities embodied in islands hovering in the pinkish vanilla sky. Every location represents a completely different reality with its own inhabitants and hidden objects. There’s a dark Moon Pond lit by romantic (or wicked) moonlight, and the Underbed with buttons and dirty socks scattered all over it, and Angland that knows no oval or round shapes.
But there’s a big Black Hole problem endangering peaceful future of the Dream world. And player’s mission is to solve it by getting through all kinds of quests. The search of ordinary and unique hidden objects takes turns with item collecting assignments, collection completing tasks and so on, up to exchanging things with the Moose.
The search quests alone have new tricks to surprise users with – the Presences. Those things ‘have two faces’, being useful and harmful at the same time. They can “eat” letters in the names of objects, haze locations, blur the player’s view and otherwise hinder his search.
Creators did not want it to be a solitary adventure, that’s why players are not just permitted, but encouraged to invite as many Facebook friends as possible to share this seek-and-find fun. Plus, they can always sync their progress and continue what once started on mobile phone or tablet.
The 4th release of Dream: Hidden Adventure is another proof of ‘the more – the better’ saying. Playing on Facebook offers a bit different sensations to users allowing them to always stay online. Even while in the dream world.