Like previous Animal Cross games, Pocket Camp lets you decorate, do odd jobs to earn cash and wander aimlessly between locations.
With the game now fully available, there's no reason for downloading an APK, so attempting to play on a regular, non-rooted phone should hopefully alleviate this problem.
Much like previous Animal Crossing games, Pocket Camp will reflect a real passage of time. And it wouldn't be an Animal Crossing game without the ability to go into deep debt.
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Animal Pocket camp has a nice design and it certainly has that Japanese je ne sais quoi which makes people become obsessed. Despite the delay, fans are happy to have some new content from one of Nintendo's biggest IP's. As the player, you are the manager of a campground, which you can customize with furniture and amenities.
That means of course that it has microtransactions, but that seems understandable given Nintendo's attempt to do without them, with Super Mario Run, proved surprisingly unpopular. The game is free-to-play, but you can spend money on Leaf Tickets to speed up some of the wait times on building and crafting. Bells are used to purchase and craft furniture, upgrade your camper van, and buy new outfits, while Leaf Tickets can buy special furniture and items, as well as upgrade things like your inventory space. If the animals need something, you can help them out and then earn cool rewards for doing so. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be coming to mobile devices worldwide on 11/22!
As usual for an Animal Crossing game, you'll be able to collect a seemingly endless amount of trinkets through activities like fishing, bug hunting, and food gathering.