Here you'll find technical help for Squeak's Dreams. If you still can't find what you're looking for, send Justin a tweet on @catgonecrazy but check here first to make sure the answer you need hasn't already been given.
Which iPhone models does the game run on?
The game has been optimised for iPhone 4S, but also runs nicely on iPhone 4. It works less well on 3GS, but still at a decent lick. While it is technically possible to install the game on an iPhone 3G running iOS 4.0 or greater, there's no point - the device doesn't have enough memory to run it. My advice? Upgrade already!
What am I supposed to do in the game?
Use the on-screen touch controls to move Squeak around the levels, collecting as much cheese as you can. If the number of cheeses collected hits the target number in the top-left and you make it to the next available bed at the end of the level, you get to play a Cheese Dream, in which you'll find a 'Big Cheese' (but they're well hidden). Collect all three Big Cheeses and go on to beat the game and you've truly completed Squeak's Dreams!
Why isn't there GameCentre support?
Because I can't afford it! I'm using GameSalad's free membership to make my games, which is awesome, but requires a $500 fee for a Pro Membership - and Pro is the only way I can get Game Centre in my games. So tell your friends, make me rich and I'll go Pro and add support for it :)
I'm caught in the scenery. What do I do?
While every care has been taken to remove potential places of no escape, it is conceivable that Squeak will get himself in a pickle. To restart any scene (except bonus levels - you can't have infinite retries at those!), pause the game and select Restart. Tap again to confirm you want to restart and Squeak will go back to the start of the scene you're on. I keep falling off stuff! Don't worry - there's no rush in the main levels, so take your time. Get used to bouncing on the leaves and get your momentum up before you move onto the next one.
How do I make an iPhone game?
Buy yourself an Apple Mac and then head over to www.gamesalad.com where you'll find literally everything you need to get you started. You'll need to buy an Apple Developer membership to publish Apps to the App Store, but you only need to do that when you want to test your game on an actual iDevice. Until then, you can preview your game on the emulator window in GameSalad, which gives you a great indication of how things are going!