Back in 2014, The Pokémon Company released Camp Pokémon, a mobile application designed primarily for children, on the Apple App Store. It’s taken a year and a half, but now Android users can now enjoy the experience as well.

Camp Pokémon released on the Google Play store today, so the app is now available for those with Android devices; it features a few minigames to play, videos to watch, and virtual pins and stickers to collect. If you’re interested, you can head over to the Google Play store (or App Store) and download it for free now!

Source: Poké

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