Nintendo's next mobile game is Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
The adorable world of Nintendos animal crossing is coming to mobile, only this time you're living in a camper van and you can solve your problems with money.
Well, more money.
The game, which was first released outside Japan on GameCube in 2001, before making its way to the DS, Has been updated for smart phones and the world of micro transactions.
In animal crossing pocket camp, you play as the manager of the campsite completing tasks for animals by collecting and trading things like fruit, bags, wood and cotton.
You can then use this items to [UNKNOWN] your campsite with furniture and amenities.
Turning wood into ventures and cotton into deluxe sofas.
But because this is the era of mobile gaming, if you can't find the items you're looking for or if your camp gear is taking too long to build, you can pay for things with leaf tickets.
You earn them in game or spend real cash to get more.
Isn't that always the way?
What starts as a peaceful agrarian society built on bartering fruit Soon turns into a ruthless world built on cash money.
The game was originally set to be released in the first quarter of this year, but is now due to land in late November according to Nintendo.
You'll be able to download it for iOS and Android on the Apple or Google play stores.
And being a mobile game, you'll also be able to connect with other friends by sharing your game ID.
After all what's the point of pimping out your campsite if you don't get a few visitors?
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