news\ Apr 16, 2016 at 12:20 pm

Camp Pokémon comes to Android devices

Pins over badges?


On the heels of the Android versions of Pokémon Trading Card Game Online and Pokémon Co-Master, the Pokémon Company today announced the Android release of Camp Pokémon, which originally released for iOS devices in October 2014.

Camp Pokémon is something of a sim game in which players take part in a summer camp designed for Pokémon. By completing Pokémon-themed activities like a “battle matchups quiz” and a “Poké Ball Throw” contest, players unlock pins and stickers which can be used to decorate photos taken with their phone’s camera.

“The Pokémon world is full of mysterious creatures that you can learn all about through Camp Pokémon’s fun activities,” the app's page reads. “Explore an immersive island filled with activities that will help you learn what it takes to become a Pokémon Trainer!”

Camp Pokémon is available for download via Google Play and for Kindle Fire devices via the Amazon Appstore. The 170MB app requires Android 2.3 or newer.

Source: The Pokémon Company

Via: Gamespot

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