Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Developed by Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-11-21
  • Current Version: 1.6.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 121.89 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 272,437 Reviews)
  • Price:
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp App Ratings: 5
Based on 272,437 Reviews

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp App Description

Get back to nature in Animal Crossing™: Pocket Camp, the Animal Crossing mobile game where you take on the role of campsite manager and spend time with your favorite animal friends! You're in charge, so you can decorate your own campsite however you like! Make it fun, make it cute, make it sporty—it’s up to you to craft the kind of furniture and amenities that will make your camp a must-see for animals visiting the area. Building Your Dream Campsite • Help Animals As You Explore! While visiting different recreation spots, you'll meet new animals who could use a little help. They'll be looking for fish, fruit, bugs, and other things to get their camping adventures started—and when you help them out, you'll earn Bells and craft materials in return! • Craft Furniture, Clothing, and Amenities The craft materials you earn by fulfilling animals’ requests can be used to craft all sorts of furniture and amenities for your campsite. Just open up the Craft menu and place an order with Cyrus, the hardworking handyman from Re-Tail on the Road. Then sit back and wait! Or if you're in a hurry, you can move your order to the very front of the line by using Leaf Tickets. You can purchase Leaf Tickets with real money or earn them through regular gameplay. • Your Campsite, Your Way The joy of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is in creating a space that suits you and your style. Your campsite can be anything you like—from a traditional space that celebrates nature to a flashy fun house with concerts and rides. It's all up to you! You can also customize your camper, visit your friends' campsites to get ideas for your own, and meet new animal friends as you explore recreation spots! • Host Animals at Your Campsite As you grow your friendships with different animals, they'll want to visit your campsite. 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! • Strengthen Friendships with the Animals Invite your favorite animal friends to visit your campsite! You can strengthen your friendships with them by fulfilling their special requests or by picking out new outfits for them. Sometimes, they'll even give you gifts. Note: This game is a free download with in-app purchases. Note: A persistent Internet connection is required to play Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Cellular data charges may apply.


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App Reviews

  • Update pls

    By pikagirllol25
    hi i really love this game it is the best game i ever have!!!👍🏻👍🏻🤪 but my sister got that game and i’m tryin to give her a cap that i make for her. it won’t let me to trade and i’m pretty sure that we need a LIVE friend cuz i want to play with my sister!! PLZ UPDATE BETTER 👍🏻😋 •thing the game need to add: -trade with ur friend - LIVE friend
  • QR

    By Kittycat aaaa
    i like this game 💕!!! but i wish if we can use the QR code !! i really hope that lol 😂💕💕 it is gonna be awesome
  • Bells to Leaf Tickets?

    By WitchElbi
    The game’s overall really great, I just feel like it’s missing a way to convert Bells (the common currency) into Leaf tickets (the premium currency). As someone who’s been playing from the start, I have a stale 100k+ bells that I can barely spend because I already have most everything aside from specialty event items (which usually involve their own limited currency) and a good chunk of the Fortune Cookie items. If I could convert a considerable chunk of Bells into a smaller amount of Leaf Tickets, I would be a lot more enthusiastic to keep playing the game and to collect those limited Fortune Cookie items.
  • Cats Rule

    By Ames44444
  • Addicting and fun game!

    By kayd0599
    I used to play animal crossing on my GameCube as a kid. I absolutely love this game! It’s also nice that it doesn’t require money to play or continue to get ahead in the game.
  • Inventory error??

    By kdburger
    The game is great fun, and takes me back to the first Animal Crossing game I played on the GameCube. I have a current issue, however, with items in my inventory. While trying to fulfill the requirements to invite an animal (Drago) to my camp, I crafted an exotic screen and an exotic table. These items are currently in my inventory, and actually placed at my camp, but when I try to invite Drago to my camp, those 2 items still show as needed to be crafted—so I cannot invite Drago to my camp. I’m concerned that this may be a repetitive, ongoing issue with other requirements that need fulfilled, and it is frustrating to craft items or complete a goal, only to have the game tell you that it was not done. I hope this gets cleared up soon.
  • Awesome

    By dinfinity1
    I get to be in control with the game. It is very fun to play and try to get as many campers as I can.
  • This reminds me of animal crossing new leaf

    By Josetta1
  • Suggestion

    By hahhhaahahahaha
    I love this game, which is why I wish we could expand the amount of animals we are allowed to have at our camp. I wish there was also the ability to chat with others if you wanted to, because I’ve added people I know and I’d like the chance to freely speak with them on this lovely game as well or go on adventures together!
  • No longer the 5 star game it once was

    By xVunderx
    When this app first came out I loved it. In recent months the gameplay aspect has been neglected by Nintendo, and the only way to really get anything out of the game is to spend a lot of cash. The main focus seems to be in the loot box style gambling feature they currently have implemented. There’s still some ok game play for newer players, but the novelty and incentives seem to dry out once you get to the higher levels.