Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Collectables and Unlockables

Updated on December 5, 2017
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What is Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp?

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a free-to-play mobile game made by Nintendo. Available on the Google Play Store and the App Store, Pocket Camp is a game in the Animal Crossing series and features the player as an owner of a campsite. The player can travel from place to place on the map and do favours for animals to improve their friendship level. Increasing friendship levels will allow access to new furniture and features for the player's campsite, and upon reaching a certain threshold the player can invite their favourite animals to stay at their camp.

This guide will detail which rewards the player will receive upon levelling up, a list of unlockable characters, a list of collectable items (shells, fruits, fish, bugs, resources and essence) including how to find them and what they are worth, and a few hints and tips you might find useful!

Levelling Up Rewards

Level
Reward
1
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
2
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
3
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
4
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
5
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket, 5 inventory slots, 1 market slot and a new Animal.
6
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
7
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
8
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
9
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
10
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket, 10 inventory slots, 1 market slot, access to amenities, material slots, modern camper style and a new Animal.
11
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
12
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
13
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
14
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
15
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket, 5 inventory slots, 1 market slot, material slots and a new Animal.
16
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
17
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
18
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
19
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
20
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket, 10 inventory slots, material slots and a new Animal.
21
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
22
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
23
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
24
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
25
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket, material slots and a new Animal.
26
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
27
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
28
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
29
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
30
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 market slot, material slots and a new Animal.
31
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
32
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
33
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
34
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and a new Animal.
35
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture, 1 Request Ticket and a new Animal.
36
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, Furniture and Final New Animal.
37
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells.
38
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells.
39
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells.
40
10x Leaf Tickets, 1000 Bells, 1 Request Ticket.
Each level and the associated reward for levelling up.

What are Animals?

In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp the characters who travel around the map are called Animals (in previous Animal Crossing games they were referred to as villagers).

Most of the time you spend in the game will be fulfilling requests for, and talking to, animals to increase your friendship levels. Completing requests and talking to animals will reward you with items such as crafting materials (cotton, paper, preserves, steel, and wood) and Bells.

When you start the game you will have a set of Animals unlocked to interact with, levelling up will unlock more animals. Animals become available in a set order up to level 6, after that a random assortment of the 40 characters will become available at each level.

Each Animal will belong to one of 4 groups: Cool, Cute, Natural, and Sporty. The category they fall under determines which essence they give you and the amenity you need to upgrade to increase their maximum friendship cap.

Which animals are available to unlock?

Name of Animal
Level Unlocked
Resource
Theme
Apollo
1
Paper
Cool
Filbert
1
Wood
Natural
Goldie
1
Steel
Natural
Jay
1
Preserves
Sporty
Rosie
1
Wood
Cute
Tex
3+
Cotton
Cool
Cherry
3
Steel
Cool
Eloise
5
Steel
Natural
Butch
5
Steel
Sporty
Apple
7 (and above)
Wood
Cute
Alfonso
7 (and above)
Wood
Natural
Agnes
7 (and above)
Cotton
Cool
Angus
7 (and above)
Preserves
Cool
Beau
7 (and above)
Steel
Natural
Bunnie
7 (and above)
Wood
Cute
Bud
7 (and above)
Cotton
Sporty
Bitty
7 (and above)
Cotton
Cute
Chrissy
7 (and above)
Wood
Cute
Carrie
7 (and above)
Steel
Cute
Cheri
7 (and above)
Steel
Sporty
Charlise
7 (and above)
Paper
Sporty
Fauna
7 (and above)
Steel
Natural
Flip
7 (and above)
Steel
Sporty
Hopkins
7 (and above)
Wood
Sporty
Hamlet
7 (and above)
Wood
Natural
Kyle
7 (and above)
Steel
Cool
Ketchup
7 (and above)
Steel
Cute
Kid Cat
7 (and above)
Wood
Sporty
Lily
7 (and above)
Wood
Cute
Moe
7 (and above)
Wood
Sporty
Maggie
7 (and above)
Cotton
Cute
Punchy
7 (and above)
Wood
Natural
Peewee
7 (and above)
Steel
Sporty
Peanut
7 (and above)
Wood
Cute
Roald
7 (and above)
Cotton
Natural
Rex
7 (and above)
Cotton
Natural
Roscoe
7 (and above)
Steel
Cool
Stella
7 (and above)
Paper
Cute
Sandy
7 (and above)
Steel
Cool
Tad
7 (and above)
Wood
Sporty
Antonio
7 (and above)
Steel
Sporty
Bluebear
7 (and above)
Steel
Cute
Phoebe
7 (and above)
Steel
Cool
Raddle
7 (and above)
Cotton
Cool
Source

What are Collectables?

Just like previous Animal Crossing games Pocket Camp is full of bugs, fish, fruit, and shells that can be collected by the player. Certain collectables can only be found at certain locations around the map.

Once collected these items are stored in the item menu positioned at the lower left side of the screen. From this menu, the fruit icon can be selected to display collectable items.

Collectible items are needed to complete the requests of the camping animals. If you run out of bag space or want to raise money, you can either sell them in the item menu for a low amount of Bells or you can place them in a market box and set your own price. Your friends can buy the items in your market box. Once you've placed an item in your market box you cannot get it back, even if you remove the listing.

Collectable Fish

Name of Fish
Location
Rarity
Shadow Size
Sell Price (Bells)
Crucian Carp
Lost Lure Creek
Common (24.7525%)
2
10
Pale Chub
Lost Lure Creek
Common (24.7525%)
1
10
Yellow Perch
Lost Lure Creek
Common (24.7525%)
3
10
Black Bass
Lost Lure Creek
Common (24.7525%)
4
100
Rainbow Trout
Lost Lure Creek
Rare (0.5776%)
3
1500
Koi
Lost Lure Creek
Rare (0.4125%)
4
4000
Horse Mackerel
Saltwater Shores
Common (19.8020%)
2
10
Olive Flounder
Saltwater Shores
Common (19.8020%)
4
10
Squid
Saltwater Shores
Common (19.8020%)
3
10
Red Snapper
Saltwater Shores
Common (19.8020%)
3
100
Blowfish
Saltwater Shores
Rare (0.03960%)
3
1500
Tuna
Saltwater Shores
Rare (0.2640%)
6
5000
Football Fish
Saltwater Shores
Rare (0.3300%)
4
3000
*(Catch rate % are based off using a net to fish)

Collectable Bugs

Name of Bug
Location
Rarity
Price (Bells)
Tiger Butterfly
Flying around Flowers (Sunburst Island)
Common (24.7525%)
10
Monarch Butterfly
Flying (Sunburst Island)
Common (24.7525%)
10
Fruit Beetle
On Trees (Sunburst Island)
Common (24.7525%)
10
Horned Dynastid
On Trees (Sunburst Island)
Common (24.7525%)
100
Miyama Stag
On Trees (Sunburst Island)
Rare (0.4125%)
1500
Jewel Beetle
On Trees (Sunburst Island)
Rare (0.3300%)
2500
Emperor Butterfly
Flying (Sunburst Island)
Rare (0.2475%)
3000
*(The catch rate % were calculated using honey to catch bugs)

Collectable Fruit

Name of Fruit
Location
Price
Apple
Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
10
Cherry
Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
10
Coconut
Saltwater Shores, Sunburst Island
10
Orange
Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
10
Peach
Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
10
Pear
Breezy Hollow, Lost Lure Creek
10

Collectable Shells

Name of Shell
Location
Rarity
Price
Conch
Saltwater Shores
Common
10
Coral
Saltwater Shores
Common
10
Scallop
Saltwater Shores
Common
10
Source

What are Resources and Essences?

To craft a new item you'll need Resources. You can get these by levelling up friendships, completing goals or going to Shovelstrike Quarry (with the help of your friends).

Ther are five main resources: cotton, paper, preserves, steel, and wood. There are four different types of essence: cute, cool, natural and sporty. Different items will require different resources and each Animal will reliably provide one type of each of these resources. Animals will usually like items that are crafted with the Essence they give you.

Resource
Animal Who Gives It
Cotton
Agnes, Bitty, Bud, Maggie, Roald, Rex, Tex, Raddle.
Paper
Apollo, Charlise, Stella.
Preserves
Angus, Jay.
Steel
Beau, Butch, Carrie, Cherry, Cherri, Eloise, Fauna, Flip, Goldie, Ketchup, Kyle, Peewee, Roscoe, Sandy, Phoebe, Bluebear, Antonio.
Wood
Alfonso, Apple, Bunnie, Chrissie, Filbert, Hamlet, Hopkins, Kid Cat, Lily, Moe, Peanut, Punchy, Rosie, Tad.
Essence
Animal Who Gives It
Cool
Agnes, Angus, Apollo, Cherry, Kyle, Roscoe, Sandy, Tex, Phoebe, Raddle.
Cute
Apple, Bitty, Bunnie, Carrie, Chrissie, Ketchup, Lily, Maggie, Peanut, Rosie, Bluebear.
Natural
Alfonso, Beau, Eloise, Fauna, Filbert, Goldie, Hamlet, Punchy, Rex, Roald.
Sporty
Bud, Butch, Charlise, Cheri, Flip, Hopkins, Jay, Kid Cat, Moe, Peewee, Tad, Antonio.

Hints and Tips

  • Once a day, you can shake a random tree (one on which fruit does not grow) and between 300-1000 Bells will fall out!
  • If you have a Nintendo Account, link it to Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Doing this allows you to get a (one-off) free set of Leaf Tickets. Accomplishing your daily goals will also give you Nintendo Points which you can exchange for Bells and other resources.
  • If you shake a fruit tree but don't have space in your inventory, you can leave the fruit on the floor and the tree will still grow fresh fruit that you can collect later.
  • You do not need to leave an area for new fish and bugs to spawn, this means you can farm them for Bells if you are short on cash.

Thank You for Reading

Thank you for taking the time to read this guide. I hope it has been helpful, feel free to leave your comments below and share with your friends!

Questions & Answers

  • How do I unlock and place Classic Carpet on the Animal Crossing app?

    The Classic Carpet can be crafted using 150 Paper, 2 Sparkle Stones and 10,220 Bells. It is unlocked when you reach level 20.

    Once crafted you can place it the same way that you place any other piece of furniture.

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