Animal Crossing is an open-world game series developed by Nintendo that allows players to live in a village of various animals, conducting activities from human life such as fishing, catching insects, finding fossils. Video games of this series provide players with open-world gameplay and real-time application.
The Animal Crossing series features games such as Animal Crossing (2001), Animal Crossing: Wild World (2005), Animal Crossing: City Folk (2008), Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2013), Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (2015), and most recently Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (2017).
Nintendo has released each version of the series on a specific platform such as the GameCube, Nintendo 3DS, Android, iOS, and the game I mentioned today, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp was released for free on both Android and iOS (including iPhone and iPad).
Nintendo started this project two years ago, but it has been delayed after they switched to a new project called Super Mario Run. Only now get to play the game. It’s quite similar to a game Vietnam had some 3 or 4 years ago — Avatar World.
Basically, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is similar to other games in the series. Specifically, you will develop a character that resembles a human being, which then moves to a small camp, where you will manage your campsite, meet and interact with creatures. The goal of the game does not have a specific objective for the player, but the player must build themselves a campsite, collect items, perform small tasks, sell them, buy others, and decorate their own home.
‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’ is a very customizable game that greatly influences how the outcome turns out. During the beginning, you can choose the gender and name of your character. You can also buy different types of clothes, accessories, or change your hairstyle.
Collecting decorations is regarded as the most enjoyable part of the game, you can do this by going shopping at nearby amusement parks, helping animals and residents, and collecting rewards.
Also, you can manually search for these materials by wandering around the beaches and surrounding islands, and you may play other free-to-play online games. Other features include fishing. The fish can also be used as raw materials for furnishings in the game as well, which is an interesting aspect of the activity.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp also uses an in-game currency called Leaf Tickets, which can be earned by selling items in the game, playing minigames, or by purchasing them with real money.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s appealing feature is its ability to interact with other animals and players. Different animals have different likings, so when you build your campsite to attract them you will be able to enhance your friendliness with them.
Alternatively, you can exchange your friends’ IDs with them so that they may access your campsite from their computers. Since the game uses a real-world calendar and time system, the game activities will always change with the seasons, and even throughout the year.
Nintendo managed to come up with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp with a really nice 3D graphic design in a fun cartoon style. The game has a lot of details, with a very eye-catching appearance.
Download Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp APK
And this game is free to download (the mod version is available) and supports several languages. The Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Mod APK can be downloaded via the link below for Android and iOS. A device running Android 4.2 or higher or iOS 8.0 or higher is required to play this game.
Perhaps even Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will prove to be one of Nintendo’s most exciting mobile games. A free-to-play game like Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will find its way onto mobile devices more appealing than a paid game like Super Mario Run. Generally speaking, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is quite popular among people who love life simulator games.