Camp Pokemon finally makes its way to Android0 Comments
Camp Pokémon, a mobile spinoff of Nintendo's popular series, is now out on Android a long 18 months after its debut on iOS in 2014. A free app, Camp Pokémon is targeted toward children, who get the chance to travel to the imaginary "Camp Pokémon" where they can participate in a number of different activities in order to become Pokémon trainers.
The game is made up of a number of mini-games that focus on training fledgling Pokémon masters. Kids will learn the proper technique for throwing Pokéballs as well as more advanced theory, including Pokémon evolution chains. Succesfully completing these activities rewards trainees with pins for their pin book, unlocking new, advanced activities as they go. Users can take pictures of themselves with their mobile devices and decorate the photos with a variety of Pokémon themed stickers, which are earned by progressing through the game.
Camp Pokémon is just one of the Pokémon-themed mobile apps on the market. Of all of them though, Pokémon GO, which is planned for release later this year, will be the biggest of the mobile Pokémon spinoffs, using augmented reality to allow players to capture Pokémon as they go about their daily travels.