Let’s talk about “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp” with Karalee

Lise —  January 7, 2018 — 8 Comments

This time we’re talking about something a little bit more positive than a horror game. If you want to read the last post, which was about the game “Layers of fear“, just click on it’s name. I’ve invited my dear blogger friend Karalee to talk about this with me since we both play this.

K: Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is a fun and addictive game where you run your own campsite. You can choose from natural, sporty, cute, cool, and rustic themes for your tent and amenities (I personally choose cute because I could not resist the cuteness!) You can mix and match themes, and you can have a higher friendship with animals that match your theme and get more items from them (shirt, furniture, and picture), but you can invite any animal to your camp once you meet their special requests for furniture. One thing I love about this game is that you can craft all different furniture to decorate your camp and camper with and make it yours. Another big part of the game is fulfilling requests for the animals to raise their friendship and get special rewards. This part can seem tedious at times, but it is necessary for when you want them to move into your campsite where you can host 8 animals at a time.

When the game first came out, there was not much to do besides crafting furniture and fulfilling requests for the animals, but now there is a garden area and events! In the garden you can plant flowers which you can trade for potted plants, tables, and shirts to name a few items. The Holiday andย New Year’s events included limited-time furniture to craft and clothing as rewards. I know during the events I play a lot more because I want to craft all the furniture. There has also been smaller events like Host the Most where you got rewards for hosting new animals and Friend Frenzy where you got rewards for having a certain amount of friends. New animals and furniture as always being added to the game, and I cannot wait until clothing crafting is added because the only way to get clothes is from the market, which resets every 6 hours. This game is addictive because I want to play at least every time the market resets, and when new animals move every 3 hours. There are also daily quests and long-term quests to complete. You can buy leaf tickets with real money, but the game is not paid-to-win and you can get plenty of leaf tickets from rewards and leveling up.

L: In the screenshots above, you can see me visiting Karalee’s campsite (she’s the blondie), visiting friends and giving them Kudos or watering their plants is part of the ‘social’ function of the game. There is no in-game chat but it’s nice to be able to visit whenever you feel like it. Your friends can also appear in other camping sites in your game. You can also recruit your friends to help you get into an area called Shovelstrike Quarry, where you can receive different rewards.

As Karalee mentioned above, you fulfill requests from animals all around the campsites, and sometimes they trigger a special scene like you can see below. It is usually, but not always, one of the last requests for the day. I think the small events are super cute. They give me more of a sense of achievement when fulfilling them instead of receiving the usual reward of crafting materials and/or special holiday/event items and friendship levels.



We’ve mentioned decorating your camper, in the left screenshot below you can see a picture from my camper. I’ve crafted furniture to replace the standards that came with it. It was just cream colored bulky furniture and I didn’t enjoy it. You can upgrade your camper and add a second floor to it. I’m not quite sure just how they can fit a second floor on a camper van but it is a video game so I cannot really question the logic of it. I’ve also found out from playing most of the Animal Crossing games that I am a cat hoarder. I have three in real life, and now I have three hosted on my campsite. Usually people mix and match animals but I just love the animals. I really hope I’ll be able to meet my favorite, Olivia, in the game soon!



So yeah, that was a bit about Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Have you played it before? Or have you played any Animal Crossing games at all?ย 

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8 responses to Let’s talk about “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp” with Karalee


    I hd to delete the app because I hd no memory on my phone ๐Ÿ˜ฆ I was getting way too addicted to it, just playing it everytime I had a spare second ๐Ÿ™Š๐Ÿ˜‚


    Losing the Plot January 7, 2018 at 1:42 PM

    Lise, what forum is this played on, and do you think a boy might like it? Heโ€™s into cute animals but canโ€™t see him being interested in furniture much.



      This a mobile game ๐Ÿ™‚ And it’s mostly for those who are fans of the Animal Crossing games in general. This is just a simplified version of them. It’s worth a shot to ask him if he has ever liked or played any Animal Crossing games, if he hasn’t then he probably won’t like this one ๐Ÿ™‚

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