Another familiar face comes to grace your mobile Animal Crossing adventure.
Make your camp look like something out of the Mushroom Kingdom starting tonight!
Will Animal Crossing be setting up camp in the Mushroom Kingdom?
Lots of new updates and feature improvements have gone live, and there's also a Valentine's Day goodie up for grabs.
Spend your hard-earned bells on custom clothing.
Want more Leaf Tickets? Better get to retweeting, then.
Here's how you can nab these important components in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp so you can work on your collection of crafting materials!
Animal Crossing is available on smartphones for the first time a day early.
Kiss all that free time you had goodbye.
A dive into the game's data has revealed the existence of gardens, plants, numerous facilities, and various costumes.
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Animal Crossing is finally coming to our favorite smart devices next month, but these dank memes show why everyone should proceed with caution into Pocket Camp. Tom Nook has a history of taking gamers' virtual currency. Now he' coming for your real money.
It's not clear if this is an error or not, but AU iTunes accounts have access to the new Nintendo mobile title.
Find out what Tom Nook and his furry friends have in store for your mobile-sized town when Nintendo's Animal Crossing-focused Direct kicks off later tonight.
Animal Crossing is getting a Direct all to itself as Nintendo states explicitly that no other games will be discussed.
Nintendo announced the smartphone game's delay in their fiscal third quarter earnings release.
A huge update to Animal Crossing: New Leaf has been released, and with it, we can expect support for amiibo scanning, new areas, new furniture, and more.
Super Mario Run appears to be the focus of the company's mobile efforts for the next few months.
New job ads point to Nintendo gearing up for its planned mobile entries to Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem, and likely more games in the future.
Nintendo wants to build a bigger base of potential customers for its more traditional platforms.