Check out what's new + an exciting announcement

Dream Team Royale was updated again! With this version comes a better and more efficient user interface. There are also now more characters available from the in-app store. In addition, there were some background changes to the game that have set it up for something exciting. Keep reading to find out what! What's New This update brings in new, easier to use navigation. The "how to play" information has been condensed onto one page that you can scroll through. The characters and store pages are also now scrollable lists. After the last update, which enabled you to change your profile name, we got some complaints that Xbox users were unable to navigate to the name-changing feature. We have now fixed that, so it will work for everyone. Also, there are now four new characters in the store. They are the Masked Red, Masked Blue, Masked Striped Yellow, and Masked Transparent Fish Blimps. 

They can all be purchased for $0.99 individually, or, for a limited time, you can get Maske…

Learn how the new Dream Catcher can protect you from Nightmares!

Note: If you are not familiar with Nightmares in Dream Team Royale, you may want to click here.

Update #11

Do you know the best way to prevent Nightmares? We are not psychological experts, so we cannot help with Nightmares in real life, but we are becoming experts at preventing them in video games. You may have been delighted to learn that we have reduced the risk of Nightmares from being a permanent trap to being a temporary nuisance. Now, we have transformed this trap through another great leap: complete immunity from the dangers of Nightmares. Introducing the Dream Catcher! They can be used for temporary immunity from Nightmares. This is what a Dream Cather looks like: 

To use one, you run into it and then you can activate it at any time by pressing 'c'. Once activated, you will be immune from the dangers of a Nightmare for ten seconds or more if you use the Stopwatch ability. When the game begins there will be four Nightmares placed. If you paid close attention to the Dream Catcher's image you may have noticed a string running from the top. That string is used to hang it from an object known as a Dream Catcher holder. When the four Dream Catchers are placed at the beginning of the game, each one is hanging from a holder. Even after the Dream Catcher is taken off of the holder the holder remains in place. Every holder is refilled with a new Dream Catcher at one minute intervals. This helps you keep track of where you can find a Dream Catcher if you need one. The holders will never move unless they are being covered up by a Nightmare. 

Thanks for reading! Be sure to look around the site to find out more about Dream Team Royale and check back here every Friday to keep up with new announcements! 

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