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  • Can You Guess Nintendo's Next Mobile Game Based on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

    Published: 2017-11-27 17:11:27 | Clicks:1 | Author: TapAso



    As the third mobile game created by Nintendo, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has attracted many players. Have you tried these game yet? And if you don't know much about this game, you can get more details here. BTW, tapaso can also be your best choice of top aso services

    If you have played Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you may notice that Pocket Camp generally follows the other Animal Crossing games, with a focus on making friends and collecting things, but this time it's set on a campsite you can deck out with furniture crafted from materials you obtain.  

    It's similar to past games in that you have plenty of things to do — a core mechanic of the game is talking to the animals and making friends with them, which really fosters a sense of community. In Pocket Camp, you're still a human surrounded by talking animals, but this time your home base is campground rather than a house. As in other Animal Crossing games, you can decorate your living space, chat with animals, and give gifts to improve your friendships. 

    The real-time clock also makes the leap to mobile, where some events only happen at certain times or on certain days, and when you pick some fruit from a tree you'll need to wait a specified number of hours for more to grow back. It's what makes these games such a satisfying habit, something you play for a few minutes each day, rather than gorging on it all at once. The real-time structure fits mobile really well, since the game is on a device you always have with you. 

    The game mechanics of catching fish and bugs and picking fruit reflect a kind of mindfulness mentality of being present in the moment. You also craft furniture and wait for them to be completed, which varies between a few minutes to hours and hours. The waiting encourages patience, which is kind of an anti-thesis to our instant-gratification mindset, especially when we post to social media and the likes and comments are nearly instantaneous. There's an option to speed up the process by buying “leaf tickets,” a premium in-game currency, but there's a certain joy in waiting.

    I believe many players wonder to know what Nintendo's next game will be. Let's looking forward it. Besides that, stay tuned more app game news at tapaso.com. Top free app store seo guides also available here. Contact us now! 

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