There are 2 types of the MKV version of Indian Dreaming - the later version has the dollar amount under the credits and a clock at the bottom of the screen. When the 3 Dream Catchers come up the credits add up straight away while the old version counts up like normal. If the Dream Catchers come up during the free games it goes up like normal. You can't press anything to speed up the free games, but if you insert a coin the meter goes up by 100 instead of 1 due to the sound being cut off.
The coin trick doesn't work on the Crown Casino versions; these games go all the way to 1000 credits before going up by 25's, regardless if the music stops or not. This can be a slow experience if you get 5 Dream Catchers on a bet of 50 or more.
The MKVI versions are similar to the game "Pompeii
". Later versions don't display the Way Bet signs on the sides, instead they just show a Reel Power logo. Some machines play the Indian dance sound when you get the feature, while others ring a bell, or do both. Some machines also play drums when a win is substituted with a Tepee.