Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a new addition to the series available on iOS and Android devices. After playing other versions of Animal Crossing on the DS, I enjoyed the concept establishing a town on your own while decorating the place you will be living in. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is different from the other versions in a way where how you will be looking at the game.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will not be like the other games where you will be the Mayor of your own town which you can name on your own and you will build your own house to live in and decorate it for your friends and other players when they visit it. Instead, in Pocket Camp you will be the manager of your own campsite and you will be building and decorating your camp or campervan. One way of decorating it is by catching fishes and bugs you may find along the way with a net anda fishing rod. Along the way of doing just that, you may come across some problems with getting certain items or just feel that you are doing it too slowly and have no way of going faster. Thankfully, you will have an in-game currency known as leaf tickets to help you get just what you need for your camp or campervan. Unlike the other Animal Crossing games, the players in Pocket Camp will have a player ID which can be shared to others so that others can visit your camp.
Nintendo has announced its release in late November this year.