Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

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Rank Class iPhone iPad
Download 1474 934
Income 274 322

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Chart Class iPhone iPad
Grossing·Overall 274 322
Grossing·Games 166 250
Grossing·Family 8 17
Grossing·Simulation 34 56
Free·Overall 1463 920
Free·Games 535 606
Free·Family 32 53
Free·Simulation 118 135

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  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
  • Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Info

Developer Nintendo Co., Ltd.
BundleID com.nintendo.zaca
Version 2.6
Size 228.8MB
Released November 21,2017
Updated September 11,2019
Score 5
Review Num 316982
Support https://ac-pocketcamp.com/en-US/site/faq
Language English ,French ,German ,Italian ,Japanese ,Spanish
Rating 4+
Compatibility 9.0

Comment information

  • SBGMORS - 2019-09-21 13:08:52

    Greed Over Substance

    I am a player who started when this game first came out and I loved it. Two years later and I am very close to calling it quits for the following reasons: The first would be the fortune cookies. I hate the so-called randomness being used as an excuse to give out duplicate after duplicate item. Even if you pay actual cash in this game you still end up with four duplicates out of five cookies and that is just wrong and greedy. If I am paying cash out-of-pocket I should be able to pick which items I want or at the very least not get 5 duplicates of some item I didn’t even want in the first place. I can’t even remember the last time there were new clothes, shoes or household items to buy where Isabelle is. It definitely has to be well over a year since anything new has shown up there. Probably because you’re allowed to use bells to buy those and you don’t have to spend real money on Leaf tickets like they want you to. The repetitiveness has just become boring. The same fishing tournament, planting flowers and picking up items has just become tedious and monotonous. I would recommend this game if you are brand new to it and just want to have fun for a little while without spending any money.

  • Poobalu - 2019-09-20 22:39:48

    Gulliver update is disrespectful

    [UPDATE 9/20] The developers listened to community feedback and issued a statement that they are going to course correct on their most recent changes. This is a very positive step and shows that feedback continues to be important with this game. [UPDATE 9/15]This continues to be a great game, but the developer needs to be aware that forcing gambling with real currency as a means to content is not acceptable. The most recent update included an overhaul to a Gulliver’s ship and deliberately took an aspect of the game that was useful and replaced it with an aggressive micro transaction grab. Previously you could unlock items and characters by exchanging unused items, but now you are required to use your most valuable resources to possibly unlock an item at random with terrible odds. The only way around this is to spend copious amounts of leaf tickets (which can be earned slowly over time or with cash). I will continue to play this game, but this update has rendered a major part of this game useless unless you want to pay.

  • Jsealand - 2019-09-20 16:32:01

    Not perfect, but still pretty addicting

    The latest update was a little problematic, but after a large outcry, they’re working on fixing the issues. (Which is pretty cool of them, since the outcry came from those of us less likely to shell out the big bucks on in-app purchases.) I wasn’t sure I wanted to keep playing, but I gave it some time and I found that it didn’t disrupt my style of playing as much as I thought it might. (It’s still a hassle and the fortune cookies and Market Place are basically obsolete and annoying at the moment, but that’s what they’ve promised to fix.) I still have to make some hard choices when it comes to Leaf Tickets and it still feels like I can’t play as fully as someone who pays real money for extras on a regular basis, but such is the life of a stubborn free-to-play-er like me. (For the record, I’ll pay up front for a good game - I just don’t do in-app purchases.) And they do seem to restock or reissue the special fortune cookies and collections occasionally, so patience can be a virtue.

Descriptions

Find furniture you like and design a campsite that suits your style!

Tents, hammocks, fireplaces, a stuffed-animal sofa...mix and match to your heart's content! Make a trendy open-air café, or line up some microphones and guitars to create an outdoor music festival! In the mood for a little extra fun? Set up a merry-go-round and open a theme park. You can even make a pool, or fill the sky with fireworks!

◆ Design your campsite, camper, and cabin however you want

◆ Collect themed items from Fishing Tourneys and Garden Events that happen throughout the year

◆ More than 1,000 pieces of furniture and 300 pieces of clothing and accessories are available to choose from, with more being added all the time

◆ Features more than 100 animals with quirky personalities

Fulfill animal requests and watch your friendship with them grow! Once you become close enough friends, you can invite them to your campsite. The more the merrier!

Design a show-stopping campsite, invite your favorite animals, and take an in-game photo to show your friends. If your friends like what you've done, they may even give you kudos!

The great outdoors has so much to offer!

Notes: This game is free to start, with in-app purchases available. Internet connectivity is required to play Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Data charges may apply. May include advertising.

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