The mobile version of Animal Crossing is already out on Android, and free to download from the Google Play Store. Those looking to cash in some My Nintendo points will be thrilled to know that those missions and rewards are live as well.
Nintendo have been slowly dipping their toes into the waters of mobile gaming over the past year, with Miitomo, Super Mario Run, and their partnership with Niantic. This isn't the first time Nintendo has surprised fans with an early release. Pocket Camp, each player has his/her own campsite, which can be decorated to appeal the animals that are going to visit the area on a regular basis. You play as the manager of a campground, building your campsite and interacting with animals you meet. Craft and decorate with their favorite items, and you'll be able to host them whenever you like-even if you change up your decorations completely!Читайте также: College faculty reject offer, strike continues
"Just open up the Craft menu and place an order with Cyrus, the hardworking handyman from Re-Tail on the Road".
Pocket Camp, like the latter two titles, is essentially another entry in its respective series, but it has been optimized for a mobile experience.
One downside to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is that it will be called a freemium game. Leaf Tickets, which you can earn in-game or purchase as an In-App Purchase can be used to purchase accessories for your campsite or speed up the construction of items. The Leaf Tickets can also be earned through gameplay without buying them.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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