The best way to think of First Person Dream Catcher is as a solo-play alternative to the live Dream Catcher game. It is part of the First Person series made by Evolution, which are non-live versions of all of their most popular games. In general, they keep all of the core gameplay but remove the live studio, the host, and the other players from the mix.
For First Person Dream Catcher, the all-important wheel is front and center. It is filled mostly with number symbols ranging from 1 to 40 which the player can bet on for each spin. The higher the number on the space, the higher the payout, but there is only one 40 symbol on the entire board making it extremely rare to land. The important thing to remember is that if the wheel stops on 20, it won’t pay out anything unless the player has a wager on that number.
There are also two multiplier symbols on the board, one worth 2x and one worth 7x. Each one will multiply the value of any wins on the next spin, and can also stack in the event that they get landed on more than once in a row.
The big advantages to playing Dream Catcher First Person compared to Dream Catcher Live are both convenience and speed. There are no set times to play, no waiting times for players to make bets, and no longer wait for results or downtime between spins. It can be played anytime and anywhere.