Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Out Ahead of Schedule

Doris Richards
November 22, 2017

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is now available to download for Android and iOS devices. It is an overall clean and good port if you can deal with the incredibly long tutorial and in-game transactions.

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The free-to-play game costs nothing to download and play, but there are microtransactions available that you can purchase if you so desire as you set out to make the most awesome camp you possibly can with all your animal friends. Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes are two of their biggest franchises that made it into an actual game, but Miitomo was the company's first foot in the water. Numerous game's residents will want particular items in the camp before you can invite them to visit, which means you need to get out there and earn the crafting materials necessary to build those needed decoration items. These take time to build, but you can speed up the process with Leaf Tickets, which you can buy with real money.

When it was announced, we detailed some of the major aspects of the game, such as managing your own campsite, crafting furniture, and collecting leaf tickets.

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