Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp players can now receive 50 Leaf Tickets for free when they log into the mobile game. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has been a resounding success thus far and we feel like the game will be downloaded well into the new year. This gift has already been sent to your mailbox, but you have until January 12, 2018 to redeem it. This promotion was from a RT contest that the company held on Twitter.
Awesome stuff! I will be logging in to receive my free 50 free leaf tickets.
It has been announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has officially hit 25 Million Downloads. The newest mobile game from Nintendo has been released on iOS and Android platform and has been pretty fun thus far. I have personally been enjoying the game a lot and I hope to have a review up soon. According to Apptopia, the game has generated over $17 million in revenue as well.
It will be interesting to see how the game grows in future updates and in the coming year. Are you playing Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp?
Nintendo’s latest entry into the mobile gaming arena, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, has officially been released. The game was released (a day early mind you) on the Apple and Android app stores, so download it today. I plan on getting in some good playing time this week, so be sure to come back and read our impressions/review.
Did you download Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp yet?
An upcoming Pokémon GO Halloween event has been confirmed by the Pokemon Company. Players who take part in the popular mobile game are ready to get some Halloween goodies in the near future. Here is what the company had dos ay regarding the event:
The Halloween season is a special time in Pokémon GO. Plenty of good stuff is coming to the game later this October, and we can’t wait to get out and about to see what sort of excitement we can scare up while catching new Pokémon to fill out our Pokédex. Stay tuned for more details about Pokémon GO’s Halloween event coming soon!
Even though I read this as “Luigi” for some odd reason, Lugia Will Be Pokémon GO’s First Legendary! Here is how obtaining Legendary Pokemon will work (check it out below). Read below and let us know if you plan on trying to get this legendary:
As Trainers around the world go out and explore their neighborhoods in search of Pokémon and Raid Battles, they can keep an eye out for unique Legendary Eggs appearing at Gyms. If Trainers and their team are able to successfully defeat a Legendary Raid Boss, they’ll have the opportunity to catch a Legendary Pokémon of their own! While Legendary Pokémon will help them take on the toughest Raid Bosses and Gym Battles, they’re not willing to leave their Trainer’s side, so they can’t be left to defend Gyms.
We all knew that Pokemon GO was popular but 752 million downloads popular? That’s just downright CRAZY! The popular mobile title has reached this tremendous milestone while pulling in over $1.2 billion in revenue. This is outstanding news for the game and has me excited for the future of this series. I think the developers still have a lot to explore with Pokemon Go, so we will have to wait and see what happens in the future.
Are you one of the 752 million people who have downloaded this mega hit?!
Pokemon Go players caught over 589 Million Magikarp during the gams first water-themed event. Players who logged in enjoyed a healthy number of water based Pokemon and it looks as though Magikarp was in high demand. I only was able to catch a couple of Marikarp myself, I did catch a number of new water-type Pokemon and I am excited for more events like this in the future.
Android owners can now play Super Mario Run on their mobile devices. The popular mobile game from Nintendo made a big splash on iOS and we can’t wait to see how it fairs on the Android platform. Nintendo will no doubt be pleased with sales and I hope we see the next wave of games for mobile platforms (I’m looking at you Animal Crossing). You will need to have Android versions 4.2 and up if you want the game to work properly.
If you are an Android owner, let us know if you plan on downloading the game.
Another day closer to the Nintendo Switch release and I have decided to upload an all new video on the YouTube channel. This one discusses the “tablet” of the Switch (which I guess is the system itself) and asks the question- Can the Nintendo Switch theoretically get iOS and Android titles? If so, the library for the device could be INSANE!
What do you guys think? Should Nintendo explore this?