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Nintendo's Animal Crossing mobile game is out in a couple of days

Nintendo's Animal Crossing mobile game is out in a couple of days

But others are feverishly waiting for the game to get a USA release, so that they can play through the latest adventure and invite others to their camp.

It all looks delightful, in that typical Animal Crossing style, and we're quite surprised at how fully-featured the spin-off appears to be - there's none of the one-button antics of Super Mario Run here. It ended up being delayed from its original debut date, but perhaps that means it's been largely improved upon for a much better final result in the end.

We'll bring you more on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp as we get it. Until now the game has only been available in Australia, though savvy players in other regions have found their way around the problem. Isabelle, your helper from Animal Crossing: New Leaf hands over the campsite to you and after that it's up to you to build it up just like you would a town. Good news, gamers - you won't have to wait long. The game also gives you access to a camper that sort of acts like a smaller house that you can decorate. Yes, that's right - you'll be spending your time on the road.

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Hits the Great Outdoors on Mobile
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp launches worldwide on November 22

You can customize your skin color, hair color, eye color, and whatever you'd like to change about your camp manager, which can be a male or female. Complete different goals throughout the game to earn more Leaf Tickets and the world will be your oyster. You can open your campsite up to other animals and they can come visit you whenever.

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