Dream Catchers: The Beginning HD
provides you with a compass that you can tap to highlight the available paths you can take with arrows and you have a journal to keep track of what you've encountered. There is also a Hint button that looks like a dream catcher and you can tap this to guide you if you get stuck. You'll find your paths blocked on many occasions and you'll need to find items to clear the obstructions or to enter locked rooms. It's fairly standard stuff.
Puzzles you will encounter includes putting pictures together, slide puzzles, gear rotating puzzles, memory games and such. For the most part, the puzzles were enjoyable. Some were tedious, but that is what the Skip button is for. Sometimes, I find that I know what to do to solve a puzzle, but might be feeling too impatient to see it through and those times are where the Skip button comes in handy.
Overall, Dream Catchers: The Beginning HD has an interesting story and is clearly the beginning of a series based on how the episode ends. I liked the game, but hopefully future installments will give the player a little more direction. The art style is quite good and I am interested to see where this series will go in the future.