Updated 7th December, 10:38 AM: Right on time the feline flying game Jasper's Rocket is out now on iOS.<p>Grab the game on the App Store now for £1.49/$1.99. Don't forget to check out our review of the game if you'd like an honest opinion.</p><p>Jasper's Rocket isn't an innuendo. It's a game about a kitty-cat attempting to fly a rocket ship while picking up bananas to pay for fuel. If you're still with me after that totally bonkers premise, then keep on reading.</p><p>Yes it's a cat flying a rocket ship in space. It may not be the most plausible but it's definitely adorable. You play as Jasper (the cat) and have somehow managed to get yourself marooned on a planet where the only currency is bananas.</p><p>With a fuel inefficient rocket, and without opposable thumbs, you've got to get as far as you possibly can without crashing into the planet, into a gas station, or into one of the numerous flying saucers.</p><p>Make your way through 120 progressively challenging goals across procedurally generated terrain, chase your own high score – or top the Game Centre's universal one – and enjoy the stunning, clean design of the mysterious planet.</p><p>Jasper's Rocket is currently in soft launch in New Zealand, but will be launching worldwide on December 7th on iOS on Apple TV.</p>
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<p>It feels like we've been waiting on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for ages (though it's only been a month). Still, the wait's almost over, friends, as earlier today Nintendo announced that it's on the way. <p>Have you heard the news? Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be coming to mobile devices worldwide on 11/22! #PocketCamp pic.twitter.com/jShJwDgnls— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 20, 2017 In October the internet went absolutely bananas over the sudden announcement of Animal Crossing's mobile debut, though it didn't turn out to be the game we expected. In Pocket Camp you'll play as a camp manager, nip around the island, gather resources, and help out potential new anthropomorphic friends.</p><p>You'll use the resources gathered/earned to build up furniture and decorate your camp accordingly to attract the locals, and maybe a few human friends along the way.</p><p>Here at Pocket Gamer we've had a good play of the game and it is utterly adorable. We've also cracked out a few guides and tips and tricks so you'll be totally ready to start with a bang come launch day. You can read those and more in our ultimate collection here.</p><p>Speaking of launch day, we'll be able to get our grabby mitts on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on iOS and Android November 22nd.</p>For feasts of love I have been called unto,
"Nobody knows how Dick was hurt, Miss Cornelia. It may not have been in a drunken brawl at all. He may have been waylaid and robbed."<p>Well, you've been busy.</p><p>Thousands and thousands and thousands have already voted in the Pocket Gamer Awards 2016. Hundreds of thousands, in fact.</p><p>We're delighted to see you so engaged – thank you – but despite the record-breaking response some of the categories remain really, silly close.</p><p>So now, sisters and brothers, there are just seven days to sort everything out: midnight on March 31st we'll close this party down, count it all up, and announce the winners soon after.</p><p>But until then there's time to reward what we consider to be some of the best gaming experiences of the past year as well as those of the past decade.</p><p>That's right, as part of PG's 10th anniversary celebration we've altered things a bit for this year's awards.</p><p>It'll make sense once you see the finalists. So, yeah, do get voting if you haven't yet. (Fist bump if you already have.)</p>
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