Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

By Nintendo Co., Ltd.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-11-21
  • Current Version: 1.7.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 122.61 MB
  • Developer: Nintendo Co., Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 274,901 Ratings


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. May include advertising.



  • Museum??

    By CharlieIsHappy
    I love the app, almost as much as I loved New Leaf on the DS/3DS, however, my favorite part of playing on the DS was the museum where you could store all of your cool items! I’m kinda missing it and so are my friends. :/ We hope it comes to Pocket Camp sooner than later!
  • Super cool and awesome I love it

    By Calebmap
    Five star rating
  • Was great...

    By kodora👤
    Update: also too many events now. They are occurring simultaneously and each event is just another attempt at a money grab. I’m never spending money on this app again. But they’ve become greedy. Even playing daily I can’t finish the events because items are locked behind 100-350 leaf ticket paywall. I’m a long time Animal Crossing player and this will make me reconsider buying any future games.
  • Adorable!

    By andluckysaid
    A simple yet addicting game that runs so smoothly you would think you paid for this free game! Give it a try now! 💕
  • Tiring of this fast

    This game was fun in the beginning, occasional events but nothing where you had to be in app every minute of every day. Now it’s event after event to where it feels like they’re trying to force away their players. As soon as one event ends another is starting up that night, it’s exhausting and frustrating. I wouldn’t recommend downloading if you want to collect rare things.
  • Shame on you Nintendo

    By e3m18b86
    Used to love this game until 2 things recently changed... 1) Nonstop constant events. Whenever an event ends, there is a new one beginning. Or worse...there are two going on at the same time. The events provide incredibly rare items that you can only get thru them, so obviously people grind them. Also, I used to be able to get all items from an event pretty easily, for example the fishing tourney, but over the last few months have noticed rarer items further and further away from totals or bugs being harder to catch, requiring you to spend Leaf Tickets. There isn’t even enough time to enjoy the items you acquire before another event! 2) Fortune Cookies. I was okay with the Fortune Cookie idea up until I was trying to complete the second or third set and got some of the same items 10+ times. If you expect people to spend real money on the game, you probably shouldn’t give them the same item 10+ times in row. The exchange rates for duplicates is equally ridiculous. I started Day 1 with this game but just can’t continue to support it. I’m not willing to keep spending $20 for 10 duplicate items or live on my phone grinding events every 3 hours to not get all the items. That’s not what the spirit of Animal Crossing is about.
  • Extremely fun! Bank Option Needed!

    By Toushiro_Fan1000
    I really wish there was some sort of bank in animal crossing since I’m racking up my bells to over 600,000. I don’t need all of my bells. I paid off all my debt and almost caught up with crafting amenities too. I probably need 100,000 or so for the rest of my stuff I need to craft. I wish there was an option to donate bells to another player who needs them without it being a lone. Same with the essence. I have too many essence of wood, steel, and others. The bank option could possibly go in the market place section. It could list friends to give to and search random players who might need so many bells or essence. I would greatly appreciate this being an option in the game. We also need a spot to put bells just to store like the other versions. I absolutely love animal crossing. I’m really glad there’s a version for the phone because I haven’t touched my 3DS version in a while to be honest. I play quite a few times throughout the day so it’s easier for me to level up.
  • Love this game

    By summerisfun
    I highly recommend this game and enjoy it whenever I play. There is one feature I would love to make a comeback. There was once an option to go to a tropical island, and play games and get cool items. I enjoy this game nonetheless, but would be much appreciated!
  • Save

    By Hover5
    It’s good but not everyone wants to create a Nintendo account just to save your progress use game center for linking
  • Money Hungry Spin-Off

    By Arinmon
    I loved this game when I first started playing it- and I’ve loved the fact it was like a slice of animal crossing wrapped for takeaway. But the fact that it’s been 10 days since I’ve been charged $4.32 for 100 leaf tickets that I never received without any resolution is a red flag. It costs $2 (50 leaf tickets) for a fortune cookie- a random chance at a piece of furniture not attainable through game play proves that in-game purchases are starting to ruin this game. I had to open a dispute with PayPal because I never recieved leaf tickets. Now I can’t even use my paypal account with iTunes until it’s resolved and the seller (iTunes) hasn’t responded at all. This is ridiculous. This is of no offense to the producers of the game but I shouldn’t have to do that for a game that centered around my childhood. Mixing my fond childhood memories and countless in-game business transactions seems pretty lowly of nintendo. I deleted the game and I’m glad. I’m saving the money I would’ve spent on colored pixels instead of fond memories. When I saw the price of an animated foreground shoot from 250 leaf tickets to 300 I got mad and ditched the game. Wow Nintendo- $10 for a foreground? $10?? Enough is a enough.