Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has been testing things out in Australia for a little while now, but the game now has an official worldwide release date: November 22 (which is this Wednesday!).
In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp you can just be brown. The first time you could select your skintone was in the spin off, Happy Home Designer, and it’s coming back for the upcoming mobile game. No Mii Masks, no tanning—you can just be brown. Thank god.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp isn’t supposed to be out until November, but for some reason Android owners [Update: and iOS users too] in Australia can download and play the game right now. And hey, I’m an Android owner in Australia, so let me show you how this thing actually works.
Animal Crossing is coming to phones, with Nintendo tonight announcing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. [Update: We’ve played it, here are some impressions].
There’ll be a Nintendo Direct on October 24 at 11pm Eastern, this time for the Animal Crossing mobile game. “There will be no updates on any other topics including other mobile, Nintendo Switch or Nintendo 3DS software,” says Nintendo.
Nintendo’s beloved Zelda series is headed to smartphones, states The Wall Street Journal in an unconfirmed report.
The way later Animal Crossing titles have scrolled make it appear to the player that the game world is round. Zoom the camera out past the confines of a DS/3DS/TV screen, though, and the world is not so much round as it is a giant, habitable roll of toilet paper.
Today is a day where it is hard to feel good about anything. Last night I called my dad crying, in despair about what my country has done. When I tried to think of reasons to get out of bed this morning, I took some comfort in the cozy world of Animal Crossing.
The update for Animal Crossing: New Leaf has added a range of new Nintendo themed Fortune Cookie prizes, including a Wii U. While game consoles have been present as items in Animal Crossing since the 2001 Gamecube release, the wording on the fortune that nets you a Wii U is pointed, to say the least.
Before the Welcome amiibo update dropped earlier this week, I hadn’t played Animal Crossing: New Leaf in seven months. I was nervous to go back in. Would my town be in shambles? Would everyone have left?
Haven’t played Animal Crossing: New Leaf in and want to jump back in for the new update? You can now sell your town to Tom Nook and start over, money in tow. For some, this might present an attractive option, but many players are finding that Nook never shows up to negotiate, and their town gets deleted in the process.
If you’ve been collecting the many Animal Crossing amiibo figurines or cards released over the last year, good news: they’re more useful now.
Of all the weird and wonderful characters in Nintendo’s pantheon of talking animals/plumbers/fungi, I think I like Animal Crossing’s Resetti the best. Even if he is a big ol’ meanie.
Some adventures cannot begin without naming your character. It’s when Final Fantasy Clouds can be Squalls. Or Freds. Some games provide the option to change your character’s name at the start screen. Others integrate protagonists’ intros and renaming prompts in clever ways. These five games do the latter.
Today, Nintendo announced that it’s releasing Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem apps for mobile devices.
Watching an estimated 70-hour Animal Crossing 100 percent “speedrun” is hard. I keep popping into rolfkon’s stream to try and follow his attempt, but then start getting sympathetic feelings of drowsiness. Even too sleepy to ask why it says “cum” in the bottom left.