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Nintendo wants to limit the number of in-game purchases in its mobile games

Co-developed mobile games include Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and Dragalia Lost.
Williams PelegrinMarch 6, 2019122 shares
 

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp gets loot boxes because nothing is sacred

There's also a new maximum in-app purchase fee — around $100 for 2,500 Leaf Tickets.
Scott Adam GordonApril 17, 2018138 shares
 

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is adding gardening and clothes crafting

A massive update is coming to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Starting in January, you'll be able to garden, craft clothes, and a new character will be added.
Matt AdamsDecember 11, 201794 shares
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

The 220th Android Apps Weekly is out! This week we talk about Animal Crossing's success, new Google Play rules, Microsoft Edge, and more Android apps news!
Joe HindyDecember 4, 2017116 shares
 

Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp spreads holiday joy with its first ever timed event

Santa outfits, festive trees, snowmen, and more come to Pocket Camp as Nintendo looks to celebrate the holiday season.
Oliver CraggNovember 30, 2017111 shares
 

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp hits an estimated 15 million downloads

All eyes were on Nintendo to deliver with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and at least in the number of downloads, the Japanese company delivered in spades.
Williams PelegrinNovember 27, 2017101 shares
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