Nintendo's Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has had a strong first week on the App Store and Google Play store, hitting a cumulative 15 million downloads worldwide in under 7 days. The Jingle Fence is a holiday-themed Special Crafting Item that you'll need to craft with Candy Canes and Bells. You'll want to hop to completing those requests, as it sounds like there will be plenty of holiday items to craft. After booting the game you should see a special notice that runs through all of the new additions.
As more information on the event is revealed, Nintendo Enthusiast will have it covered. Depending on when you started playing, those who have logged in every day since the start should soon be eligible for a brand new camper design themed around Animal Crossing, for free. However, the latter remains the most profitable mobile game launched by the Japanese company, as per Nintendo's statement.
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You can also get candy canes from the Shovelstrike Quarry, as long as you have friends willing to help or enough Leaf Tickets to get in.
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To collect the Santa clothes, you'll need to go a step further and complete specific event challenges set by Isabelle (your camp cheerleader/administrator). Nintendo's second mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes launch on both platforms on February 2, 2017, and amassed an estimated seven million downloads within its first six days of availability, or about half of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's. You can acquire things like Christmas trees and wreaths, stringed lights and holiday cakes, red-and-white bedspreads and rugs.