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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Welcome back my nuggets!!

Anyone here a fan of Animal Crossing? I tried the series on the 3DS, but it's pretty time consuming to play consistently, and personally I felt it was a tad boring to do the same things over and over again. My console is a 3DS XL as well, so I didn't want to lug it around everyday and only play it for just a bit. If you're like that too, then here's a solution!!

the initial start up screen!

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp!!

It's an app you can download from your play store or app store, and it's not restricted to japan only download as well~~ I didn't have to specially go to the Japan play store to get it woohoo! You can link it up to your Nintendo account to make sure your save progress doesn't disappear if you uninstall the app later on. 

It's much easier to play too, plus it's handy to have it on your phone as a casual game instead of carrying a separate console. Gameplay-wise, it still is Animal Crossing, so there's a whole bunch of catching bugs and fishes, picking fruits and shells, and handing them over to whichever 'villagers' request for them! However, for Pocket Camp you're not mayor of a town but instead you sort of own your own camp, and you can invite animals to over to be your campers of sorts. 

First off, customize yourself!! I'm quite surprised at the variety of options right off the bat! You don't get to choose your clothing, but you will get to purchase some at the marketplace later in game. I managed to customize one that looks quite like me, hehehee.

You get to customize your camper van and expand the size, as well as visit other players' camps and befriend them! I'm not too sure if only certain camps have specific bugs or fishes, but if you're at a loss you can always check your friends' camps to see what sort of items they're selling! 

the seat he requested for!

When you fulfill requests from the animals, you get to up their friendship level! When it's high enough they'll give you some gifts, and you'll get to invite them to your camp if you hit their furniture requirements as well. 

You do need friends to help you get into the mines to source for ores, and I'm not sure if it's a one time thing since I haven't unlocked it yet, but yes, make more friends!!

The marketplace changes every couple of hours, if I'm correct, so that means that you are sort of forced to take breaks every now and then, which is good, because please take care of your eyes! The clothing shop at the marketplace sells only one category of clothes each time, so it might be shirts, socks/shoes, or dresses. I managed to get this dress I really liked after seeing it on another player!

The graphics are really nice, and look at the color palette!! I'm playing on a Note 3, and it still operates rather smoothly. Only thing to take note of: the servers might be a tad laggy because of the high volume of players, but have patience! 

Right, I'm off to play more Pocket Camp now, I'm severely lacking time after getting a bunch of games; where do I get more time???! I do have another post lined up on Pokemon hacked roms; I've been dedicating all my time on them lately, and it's a huge treasure trove to cover. Well, I mean I've been playing them, not hacking them- hats off to the hackers!!

Tata for now~

Written by: ninetylives


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