Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Announced for iOS, Android in November

Animal Crossing Mobile Will Finally Be Revealed This Week Shannon Grixti

Animal Crossing Mobile Will Finally Be Revealed This Week Shannon Grixti

Nintendo became the talk of the town this morning when they dropped major Animal Crossing news during their latest Direct and after testing the waters with their free Welcome Amiibo expansion for the 3DS title New Leaf previous year, Nintendo has created an iOS and Android title entirely out of the campground experience by the name of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.

Aside from a few boo-birds upset about micro-transactions, Nintendo hit it out of the park with their reveal of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camper. Where the grind is something most people pay to avoid in phone games, in Animal Crossing it's often been the point, and something players have had to do regardless of the platform.

Materials can also be acquired by spending Leaf Tickets, which are either acquired by completing goals in the game or spending real-life money. It's called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. A consistent internet connection is also required. The franchise is a bit like Nintendo's version of The Sims.

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For especially keen observers, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp actually borrows a lot of gameplay features from Animal Crossing: Welcome Amiibo; a free expansion of the 2012 title New Leaf. The map is split into multiple themed areas rather than being one big, contiguous village now: you can drive your camper over to Breezy Hollow to shake some apple trees, then head down to the beach to collect sea shells and fish. If you find it to be to your liking, you can give them a good rating. That level of simplicity carries over to the menus which, though there are plenty of icons to tap on, make flawless sense and are easy to navigate once you get into the routine.

The first and most important thing to know is that the game is free-to-play and will be released in late November for iOS and Android devices.

Animal Crossing is basically like The Sims with more adorable animals and a bright pastel color palette.

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During a Nintendo Direct this evening, Nintendo announced Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for iOS and Android. You can pre-register for the game, right here. And, then there's the Market Place.

There's also multiplayer elements, The Verge says, which allow gamers to "meet up with other players from your friends list and trade items".

But what's there at the moment feels, for all the changes to the game's presentation, like a fundamentally Animal Crossing experience.

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You can exchange items with your friends, get decorating ideas from them and just wander around their campsite. By visiting the OK Motors store, you can acquire things to customize your camper, including furniture to fill the interior and paint to decorate the exterior.

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