Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp just got loot boxes in its latest update. Thanks, I hate it!
Gardening has come to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp today, and with it more things to spend Leaf Tickets on.
Have you been playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on your phone a little bit each day? Were you enjoying helping out your friendly neighbors with frivolous tasks, crafting your favorite style of coffee table and generally just vibing along to it all? Well the director of NieR: Automata is here to tell you just how…
As far as live-action Animal Crossing parodies go, this one will be hard to top.
So far, Nintendo’s mobile offerings have been pretty good. They’re also frustrating.
The villagers in Animal Crossing are pretty much the best part. Although Pocket Camp only has a select few, some of them are the best of the series’ weird and lovable animals. Which one are you?
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, the new sequel of Nintendo’s cute neighborhood series for cellphones, is Animal Crossing but a bit more stressful. I love it and hate it at the same time.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s first, Christmas themed event is now live. I spent a couple hours playing, and came away with some cute new winter boots, and 15 fewer Leaf Tickets.
It’s like clockwork. If people are playing a game, then you better believe there is fan art. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is no exception.
Is that a camp in your pocket, or are you just happy to see us?
Making money isn’t the point of Animal Crossing as a series. It’s more about taking it easy and making friends in the forest. But if you are interested in making some quick cash in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, here’s what you should be doing.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has a couple weird rules about furniture, and players are using those to make some really creepy camps.
Supermodel Chrissy Teigen, who is excellent at Twitter, is playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and has some thoughts about it.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a perfectly serviceable entry into the series, until the new mobile game reminds you that could be spending money on it.
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.