The Rainy Sky event in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp took place in May of 2020. It appeared to be connected to the Daisy Mae’s Pickin’ Patch event. Both rewarded players with a dewdrop leaf after they completed certain tasks.Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Rainy Sky”
The Fishing Tourney Terrarium Decor event started on May 13, 2020, and ended on May 20, 2020. I happen to enjoy fishing in Pocket Camp, and I liked the look of the rewards.
We all could use something relaxing to do while coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual fishing in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp works for me.Continue Reading “Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Terrarium Fishing Tourney”
The Daisy Mae’s Pickin’ Patch started on April 30, 2020. Either way, the purpose of this event is to grow vegetables and earn garden-related prizes for doing so.
The event ended on May 11, 2020. In this blog post, I have a collection of the best screenshots I took of this event.Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Daisy Mae’s Pickin’ Patch”
Katie’s Sakura Festival was the first event that I participated in since I started playing Animal Crossing Pocket Camp.
I’m not sure what made me decide to give it a try. The event involved a whole lot of flowers, and happened during a really rough pollen season (in the real world).Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Sakura Festival”
One of the clothing options in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is a white doctor’s mask. I’ve been playing this game daily since the COVID-19 “stay at home” order in my state began. The mask seemed like an appropriate thing to wear in-game.
To my surprise, many other players started wearing masks as well.Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Masks”
One of the things I really enjoy doing in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is fishing. I tend to play this game right before I go to sleep or shortly after waking up. Fishing for virtual fish is relaxing.Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Fishing”
Bunny Day is an event in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. I think it is somewhat different from the one in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The Pocket Camp version involves catching strange little egg fish for a “Fishing Tourney”.
Zipper the bunny makes me uncomfortable in so many ways!Continue Reading “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: Bunny Day”
A quick glance at social media shows that there are a lot of people playing Animal Crossing New Horizons on Switch. I don’t have a Switch, so I’m playing Animal Crossing Pocket Camp instead. It works on my phone.
I find the game relaxing, and have started playing it before falling asleep.Continue Reading “Pocket Camp: Learning How to Play”
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is an app that was designed to be a mini-version of the Animal Crossing game. Both are made by Nintendo. I started playing Animal Crossing Pocket camp after a friend told me about it.
I’ve never played any of the other Animal Crossing games because those require consoles that I do not have. Animal Crossing Pocket Camp is supports iOS (and Android). I started playing it on my iPad, but later decided to play it on my phone instead.