Looking for a new game to play on your iOS device? You might want to head to the App Store to download the much-talked about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.
On Tuesday, Nintendo launched Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for both iOS and Android users for free with in-app purchases. The game was originally planned to launch Wednesday, November 22, but the company spontaneously released it a day earlier.
The app is similar to the main game but has a few tweaks here and there. Users arrive at a campground and are awarded a title of authority for helping the dog, Isabelle. Instead of being the mayor, users are camp managers and have to make friends, collect resources to get new furniture and go fishing to make the camp thrive. The object of the game is to create a fun campground for all your friends to come and hang out.
In order to run the game, you’ll need iOS 9 or later and an iPhone 5S or later. For more information or to download the app, you can head over to the App Store.