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  • Summary: SUPPORTED DEVICES iPhone 4/4S | iPod Touch 4 | iPad 2 Daydream with Poncho as he and his sidekick, Cid, escape their heartbreaking reality of working for Broccoli Co. * 8 ARTISTIC CANDY WORLDS * Explore lots of pleasant surprises, twists and loops, speed boosts and power ups; all leading up to each of the world’s ultimate reward – the trophy!


    Run along a single-line track as high as you can and stay out of harm’s way! More importantly, to stay alive, you must avoid running upside down by tapping the screen to determine what side of the line you run on. Dream long enough and you might just meet the Broccoli Boss!

    The mixture of a brilliant flipping mechanic, beautiful, digitally painted worlds and ear-pleasing sound tracks will keep you immersed for hours! Just don’t get caught playing at work.

    * FEATURES *

    - 8 beautiful, digitally painted worlds
    - Outfits, trophies and achievements
    - Intuitive tap-to-flip controls
    - High replay value
    - Game Center support
    - Retina display support (iPhone exclusive)

    * CONTROLS *

    - Tap to flip - avoid running upside down
    - Collect candies - keep the dream alive
    - Stay out of harm’s way

    Twitter: @ImStrapped
    Mr. Dreamer Trailer: Available on YouTube
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Jul 31, 2012
    The frame-rate occasionally chugs, but little else can truly hold Mr. Dreamer back. This is a confident twist on a popular genre, and a case study in how a good idea needs little embellishment.
  2. Aug 2, 2012
    I thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Dreamer's take on the endless runner genre. It could have tried to rest on the loins of its charming graphics, music, and premise, but instead it went the full mile and offered up a unique style of gameplay.
  3. Aug 2, 2012
    The one finger control method works perfectly within the simple yet crafty level design to provide a challenge that's easy to control but difficult to master. With bright imaginative graphics and unique gameplay Mr Dreamer plays like a dream.
  4. Aug 8, 2012
    Mr. Dreamer is a somewhat flawed game, but just like a bag of candy-corn, Mr.Dreamer can be seriously addictive.
  5. Aug 6, 2012
    If you're looking for a game that will keep you rapt for hours, Mr. Dreamer isn't it. When you need something to fill a brief, daydreamy break, though, it does a wonderful job.
  6. Aug 1, 2012
    Featuring colorful artwork, simple controls, and a quirky concept, Mr. Dreamer should appeal to young gamers everywhere.
  7. Aug 2, 2012
    Mr. Dreamer is a fresh single tap runner game that is in need of some direction when it comes to progression. Without proper missions it soon becomes boring and pointless. Before Tiny Wings, and Jetpack Joyride we were content with just going for high scores, but now we want more from a game.