Quite popular among gamers since 2001, The Animal Crossing series is not available for smartphones. The new game, the first to be launched on anything other than a Nintendo console, is known as Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. And it’s recently released for Android and iOS, a day earlier than scheduled.
Animal Crossing Camps in Your Pocket
Nintendo released Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp in October, joshing a November release. The game was expected to be officially released on Nov. 22, 2017, but is already available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. This is why more and more people are vying to get it.
For them, it is important to understand that this game requires an interrupted internet connection. And that, in a situation reminiscent of the SimCity 2013 debacle, has led to the servers becoming overburdened. The only known way out is to persist until it connects.
In terms of game, it is mainly a simplified version of the full titles. The gameplay mechanism will be instantly familiar to anyone who has played the previous games. The major difference is you now live in an RV on a campground, which makes the playing area considerably smaller.
Contrary to Super Mario Run, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is free to play on Android and on iOS. You can buy Leaf Tickets for real-world money, but you can also earn these by playing the game. And these microtransactions aren’t anywhere near as underhanded as those in Star Wars: Battlefront II.
A valuable addition to the Series
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a valuable count to the series. And a must-play for arduous fans of these light-hearted games. And if you’re not, and never have been a fan of Nintendo there’s always Sega Forever, which allows you play classic Sega games right on your smartphone.