This post was last updated onSince this pandemic, Nintendo Switch is one of those gaming consoles that hit the right button when it comes to sales. Its game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the second biggest selling game ever in Japan next to Pokemon Red/Green/Blue. But what if you don’t have a Switch? Don’t worry, Nintendo has its mobile take on its social simulation game series called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. In this article, we will introduce you to Animal Crossing Pocket Camp and give you a beginner’s guide to this cute mobile animal world.
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Guide basicsAfter all the introduction and pleasantries, you will meet Isabelle and she will guide you on your new task. Yes, you are now a camp manager. What does this mean? You can get to edit your campsite, get to invite animal guests, plant flowers, and more. Movement is pretty easy in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. You can move by tapping on your desired location or by dragging your character around. And once you’re ready to explore, you’ll notice a lot of things on the ground, fruits on the trees, insects, and fishes. Do you need to collect? Yes! These items replenish over time and you may even get a “perfect fruit” or that rare fish.
Store your ItemsSince you will need to collect a bunch of items in the game, you will need to store them. The game will provide you a storage bag. Its maximum is at 200 items and if you want to expand it, you will need 20 Leaf Tickets. But you can use your Market Box as an extension. You can use it by tapping on the desired item, then choose Market Box. Each item has a maximum of 10 per Market Box and the number of Market Box available will depend on your level. Unless you purchase more Market Box for 10 Leaf Tickets each. It is also important to remember that the items put inside the Market Box are for sale to other players. If you want to keep the items and just use it as an extension, we recommend putting the item at a very high price.
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Pimping your CarIt’s not really a car, but it’s your very own camper van. You may ask what is this camper van for? It looks like an extension of your camp. You can personalize it and design its interior. While you’re at OK Motors, you can expand its interior and as soon as you can, put another floor to your camper. This “second floor” is expandable and you can put another bed to rest in, create a mobile rolling band, the choice is yours.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Inviting GuestsWere you able to gain a lot of friends by completing favors? Now is the time to invite them over to your camp. This is the main goal of the game and as a camp manager. Make sure they’re at home by completing a set of furniture requirements of your new guest.
Having Friends is the BestHaving a lot of friends is indeed cool in both the real world and online. But in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, they can help you access Shovelstrike Quarry. This location gives you craft materials and Bells for free, as long as you get help from five of your friends. Or if you’re the introvert type, you can use 20 Leaf Tickets.
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Guide to get your freebiesThe game is free and wouldn’t require you to buy Leaf Tickets. But they do give them for free as a reward or a login gift. Don’t forget to get your freebies by logging in daily, checking your mailbox, and hitting those goals. You have goals to hit from Isabelle, Daily Goals, and Event Goals. Some rewards are for crafting, some include Bells, and some will earn you those precious Leaf Tickets. Don’t forget to check your Map from time to time too. You may notice balloons floating, a red or gold one, or even both. Pop them and you will get freebies that range from fishes, insects, craft items, and even Bells. We hope with these quick tips you’re on your way to being the best camp manager Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has ever seen. Enjoy nature and enjoy the laidback nature of the game. Have fun!
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