Nintendo’s mobile Animal Crossing keeps getting better

When Nintendo first released Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on mobile last November, I was into it. The game felt somewhat slight by Animal Crossing standards, however. It lacked the open-ended nature of past games, and it didn’t really offer a whole lot to do. But there’s something about the laid-back, leisurely nature of the series that makes it a great fit for smartphones. It’s a mini escape that you can pull out whenever you need it. For me, these kinds of mobile games have historically turned into a short-lived habit, something I play daily for a few weeks before burning out. But that hasn’t happened with Pocket Camp. Instead, the game has continued to grow and improve. Months later, I still can’t put it down.

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Author: Andrew Webster

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