Spot the Difference game Dreams released on iTunes Appstore by nascent publisher Playora.

London, UK, April 27th 2009 - Playora Ltd, the new online and smartphone publishing entity formed by Matt Spall and his team is pleased to announce the iPhone/iTouch launch of its recent online release Dreams.

Originally launched under the banner as a flash and download game and generating over 12 million plays, Dreams is Playora’s second iPhone/iTouch release.

Stunning artwork and simple, but engrossing gameplay make for a wonderfully relaxing experience as the player follows bored schoolgirl Emily escaping into the magical world of Dreams.

Use of the iPhone pinch-zoom system allows the player to zoom in and out of two simultaneous images and touch to highlight the differences in the scenes.

The game selects six random differences from up to 15 in each scene ensuring that each time the game is played a new set of differences is chosen, making for a deeper, more replayable experience.

"Dreams is a stunningly beautiful game and we’re really pleased to be able to extend the property outside of its online and download origins on", said Matt Spall, General Manager of Playora.

Links to the free 'Lite' version of Dreams with three sample scenes and the full version can be found at;

To see the original release of the game, or for more information see

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Dreams is Copyright©2009 Playora Ltd.

About Playora Ltd.

Playora Ltd is the newly formed publishing entity by industry veteran Matt Spall and his team at Gimme5games. The company publishes a broad range of games and applications on its web sites at and and is bringing them to new formats. Playora's first release on iPhone was the mobile classic Balloon Headed Boy for iPhone and iPod Touch. Follow Matt Spall’s random (t)witterings at ;

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