Nintendo's video game franchise, Animal Crossing, which was released in 2001 has been a great hit with over 16 million copies sold all over the world. Everyone has been waiting for a version for Android and iPhone, and now it has finally arrived. We're talking about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, which brings the gameplay to smartphones and tablets.
If you don't know what Animal Crossing is all about, let us tell you: it's a life simulation game that takes place in real time and in which the player interacts with anthropomorphic animals. You'll have to take part in all sorts of activities that are typical in camps such as farming, taking care of animals, and making objects to improve the facilities.
The much awaited version of Nintendo's famous game.
You can also play online with friends, receiving visits or going to their camps, where you'll be able to exchange objects. And as couldn't be otherwise, to improve your own camp you're going to need tools and materials that you can get hold of by playing or paying money through in-app purchases.
Carry out all sorts of actions
You'll move around in a mobile home that you can customize but you can also carry out the following actions:
- Do errands for the rest of campers: go fishing or collect fruit and obtain rewards for such activities.
- Create all sorts tools and facilities to improve your camp.
- Talk to other campers and bring guests to your plot to increase their level of affection.
- Create a fully customized space for your camp: make something traditional with a tent and barbecue or go for something more modern with a stage for concerts.
When is the mobile version of Animal Crossing out?
After waiting for more than two years, Nintendo has finally confirmed that it will be released in November of 2017. For the time being, they're using a system similar to Super Mario Run or Fire Emblem Heroes that allows you to pre-register. So be patient, you won't have to wait too long to be able to download the APK and enjoy the mobile version of the game that has been around for quite some time on video consoles of the likes of Nintendo 3DS or Wii.