First Person Dream Catcher is a variation of one of the world's most popular games, that somehow reminds of a roulette game. The goal is to bet on the number the wheel will end at after the spin. If you are familiar with the rules of the original Dream Catcher, you will understand how to play First Person Dream Catcher in a second. There are 54 equal segments in a wheel - that will make your game a bit more challenging than the roulette. Nevertheless, some specifics will make your victory a bit closer, and your prize a bit bigger. Bonuses and multipliers are present on the wheel too.

How do you play First Person Dream Catcher? Well, all the rules are the same here. In the beginning, you have to make a bet on the number the wheel will stop. After that, you can launch the spin of the wheel. The wheel includes the different sectors: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, or 40. Note that every number is marked with a unique color to make it easier for you to choose your preferred position. After you place all the bets, the game begins:

  • the wheel starts spinning after you place a bet;
  • a pointer indicates the winning segment at the top;
  • multiplier segment - 2x or 7x - makes another free spin;
  • the results of a free spin will be multiplied depending on the multiplier.

If your free spin round ends on another multiplier, the wheel will be spun another time, yet all the multipliers stack. Thus you can enlarge your bet from 2 to unlimited amounts of times! Note there is a traffic light sign in the game. It indicates the current status of the game round; when green means you can make bets, yellow indicates the nearing end of the betting period, and red means that you have to wait because the betting time has expired. You also can autorepeat your bets for unlimited amounts of time. As you can see, this game is straightforward, and you do not need any special skills to play it. Place your first bet right now!

First Person Dream Catcher