Published: Thu, November 23, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Sell Items

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Sell Items

Considering that it's still better than nothing at all I am going to say that Nintendo has at least created something new and slightly interesting with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp that should at least be worth a few hours of playtime at a minimum. This is true at least for the United States, though this roll out is likely happening across multiple regions.

Japan's in-game spending propelled the app to No. 9 on "Highest Grossing", but SensorTower notes that this was expected, due to the nature of mobile gaming in Japan, and data from Nintendo's previously released mobile title, Fire Emblem Heroes. Throughout this string of releases, Nintendo has been looking for the flawless formula to make some cash from its mobile releases.

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Question Guide
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Releases Early

Nintendo's third smartphone game follows in the tracks of Super Mario Run and Miitomo. Players can buy Leaf Tickets to speed up construction projects, which can be bought from Nook using in-game currency - or real money. The game still does an excellent job of retaining the Animal Crossing foundation but also adapts it to the mobile format.

Fan favorite characters from the console and handheld games are present in Pocket Camp, and the game is centered around typical Animal Crossing tasks like collecting fruit, bugs, and fish to complete challenges. While Super Mario Run faced some criticism for squashing Nintendo's character into a relatively uninspiring running game, this smartphone take on Animal Crossing seems to have numerous same elements as its console precursors. Once you craft enough furniture to actually decorate your campsite, you'll soon have to figure out how and where to put everything. We'll have more coverage of Pocket Camp coming up, but in the meantime, check it out for yourself on Android [download] or iOS [download].

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