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Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | Gardening has arrived!

Posted: Wed Dec 27, 2017 5:59 pm
by OrangeReindeer
jawafour wrote:OrangeRakoon... man, how have you got so much of the stuff?!? Amazing scenes. I was a little unsure about the phone-in-a-room in your camper van, though :o :lol: .


I have a slight problem :lol: Not paid any money though, so that's proof it isn't necessary (especially as I have both KK Slider and Tom Nook now)

Just got the last two new year items to make, but my plan is to make as many zodiac dogs as possible and fill my camper with them 8-)

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | Gardening has arrived!

Posted: Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:03 pm
by jawafour
My "special offer" options for buying leaf tickets have expired now. I resisted buying any; initially I had kinda wanted to get Tom Nook for my camp but, having experienced the dire, personality-free interactions with KK Slider, I just wasn't motivated to get Tom too.

I still like playing the game for short bursts but I can't imagine spending any money on it. I popped back to New Leaf and I immediately felt more involved in that game. The only aspects that are better in Pocket Camp are the online features. I just hope that, for the (presumably in development) Switch version, the game melds these bits into a more New Leaf style of play.

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | Gardening has arrived!

Posted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:47 am
by Quantum Name
Seems to be broken now.

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | Gardening has arrived!

Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 8:34 am
by jawafour
- Customize the terrain in select areas at your campsite!
- Place more than one rug at your campsite.
- Dress up your animal friends!
- Make it easier to ask for help in Shovelstrike Quarry.
- Improve the ease of use of the Market Box.
- Make changes to the gardening feature.
- Add new fish and bugs.


These new features are arriving as a part of the next update; release date TBC. I haven't played the game during these past few weeks but I like the sound of altering the Camp terrain.

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 2:59 pm
by OrangeReindeer
Got a new T-shirt yesterday

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B)

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 3:29 pm
by jawafour
OrangeRakoon wrote:Got a new T-shirt yesterday...

Thats cool, Orange! Is it a design that you made yourself?

FAKE EDIT: Yes, it is! :o :toot: .

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:07 pm
by jawafour
I'm well over two months "clean" on this now; I successfully broke the addiction. Reading about the new £39 water theme, I'm glad I have. When did "micro" transactions become "expensive" transactions? That's a rhetorical question: this is the world of mobile gaming. I'm just hoping that AC for Switch is (transaction-wise) nothing like this.

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 1:33 pm
by OrangeReindeer
I stopped playing a while back too, was fun while it lasted but I wanted to play other games on my commute

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:06 pm
by Jezo ho ho
Quitter

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "More than one rug!"

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:08 pm
by Floex
Garbage game of the highest order.

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "Loot boxes everywhere!"

Posted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 12:51 pm
by jawafour
Loot boxes have been added into the game.

So glad I kicked this habit in January :datass: . Apprehensive about how AC is gonna turn out on Switch, though :dread: .

Re: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp | iOS, Android | "Loot boxes everywhere!"

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 5:59 pm
by jawafour
Eurogamer reports that the grind in this game has now got a lot worse and that the need for spending has increased.

I'd kept the app on my tablet just in case I wanted to return to it but this development - together with the fact that I've got back into New Leaf on 3DS and it is far more fun - means that I'm gonna bin it now. It's a shame as, in my eyes, Nintendo is damaging the franchise by presenting it in such a way. I guess it was always gonna get to this point when shareholders - and a fair amount of gamers - were vocal about wanting Nintendo to move into the mobile gaming market.