To get the most out of it, no matter how much you spend, we've put together a guide on all of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's features, from where to spend your Bells and Leaf Tickets to what sort of schedule the game runs on. It's available for free via App Store and Google Play but includes some serious in-app purchases.
In Animal Crossing Pocket Camp you take control of a new resident of a camp site who is eager to make it a place where everyone wants to hang out. Those looking to cash in some My Nintendo points will be thrilled to know that those missions and rewards are live as well.
The mobile phone version of Nintendo's popular Animal Crossing series, has you managing a campsite rather than the traditional town management that was a core element of the series. This isn't the first time Nintendo has surprised fans with an early release.
Animal Pocket camp has a nice design and it certainly has that Japanese je ne sais quoi which makes people become obsessed. The news was announced by Nintendo on Twitter. You play as the manager of a campground, building your campsite and interacting with animals you meet.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp hits iOS and Android devices November 22nd. The materials you collect are used to craft items to decorate your campsite. You can either wait for a crafting order to be finished, purchase Leaf Tickets with real money and have your order finished instantly, or simply earn these Leaf Tickets through regular gameplay and use them whenever you like.
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.