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23 Products For Anyone Who's Taking A Break From Playing "Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp" To Read This

No, you don't have to build a ranch chair to get me to visit your place.

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1. A reminder notepad so you never forget to log in for that bonus.

Get it from Wrabbit Works on Tic Tail for $8.50.
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Get it from Wrabbit Works on Tic Tail for $8.50.

2. A springtime puzzle to help you get through the drudge of winter when your peepers need an occasional rest from Pocket Camp.

550-piece puzzle that measures 18"x24" when complete.Get it from GameStop for $7.99 or ThinkGeek for $10.99.
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550-piece puzzle that measures 18"x24" when complete.

Get it from GameStop for $7.99 or ThinkGeek for $10.99.

3. And a fall-themed puzzle because you've got two hands, all the time in the world for your friends.

550-piece puzzle that measures 18"x24" when complete.Get it from GameStop for $9.99.
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550-piece puzzle that measures 18"x24" when complete.

Get it from GameStop for $9.99.

4. A soft bell bag — it'll help signify your great video game wealth.

Get it from Fleecesque on Etsy for $20.
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Get it from Fleecesque on Etsy for $20.

5. A pair of leaf earrings to don while you're waiting on the eligibility to craft some clothes.

Get them from MaddisonCherie on Etsy for $10 (available in two sizes).
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Get them from MaddisonCherie on Etsy for $10 (available in two sizes).

6. A villager sticker for when you consider neglecting the game and letting all your relationships, nice things burn to the ground. Metaphorically.

Get it from TheCaramelQueen on RedBubble for $3.21.
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Get it from TheCaramelQueen on RedBubble for $3.21.

7. Or a pack of cute stickers in case you want to give your IRL friends a fruit as a token of kindness.

Get a sheet from Keikii Art on Etsy for $4.
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Get a sheet from Keikii Art on Etsy for $4.

8. A dad cap that'll leaf a lot to the imagination for those not in the know.

Get it from Geekzies on Etsy for $23.80 (available in seven colors).
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Get it from Geekzies on Etsy for $23.80 (available in seven colors).

9. A Tom Nook necklace to grasp onto like a rosary in hopes that he'll actually come to your campsite one day and you won't have to keep awkwardly running into him at other players' campsites.

Get it from Gatumi on Tic Tail for $23.
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Get it from Gatumi on Tic Tail for $23.

10. Or a Tom headpiece you can pay a friend to wear, so it's be like he's there are your campsite. Kinda.

Get it from Mister Cosplay Head on Etsy for $216.
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Get it from Mister Cosplay Head on Etsy for $216.

11. A mashup T-shirt for repping two of your fave games that still keep you up late at night...for different reasons.

Get it from Tee Public for $14 (available in 12 colors, a variety of sizes).
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Get it from Tee Public for $14 (available in 12 colors, a variety of sizes).

12. A KK Slider plush to park at your camp site 'til you can afford to dish out the 250 leaf bucks for his actual stool.

Get it from Amazon for $15.48 or Jet for $20.99.
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Get it from Amazon for $15.48 or Jet for $20.99.

13. And an adorable print can help hold you over 'til you get that cash.

Get it from mimibun on Society6 for $11.99+ (available in five sizes).
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Get it from mimibun on Society6 for $11.99+ (available in five sizes).

14. An incredibly useful pouch of your BFF who never seems to call anymore, but you'll still hold out for him.

Get it from Wonder Treasures on Etsy for $25.
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Get it from Wonder Treasures on Etsy for $25.

15. An cross-stitch pattern to download ASAP and use to remember the good ole days when you were a first-time homeowner.

Get it from Games By The Thread on Etsy for $3.20.
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Get it from Games By The Thread on Etsy for $3.20.

16. A sparkly fossil as a relic of the old days.

Get it from Shattered Stone on Etsy for $10.
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Get it from Shattered Stone on Etsy for $10.

17. A crochet gyroid, lest we forget how its waving appendages would give you major gaming anxiety.

Get it from spiffyspark on Etsy for $45.
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Get it from spiffyspark on Etsy for $45.

18. A colorful backpack to help you remember some of the most important things in life, bells and fossils!

Get it from Blue Robotto on Etsy for $45.
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Get it from Blue Robotto on Etsy for $45.

19. A T-shirt others may use to describe your behavior since you downloaded the dang game.

Get it from Tee Spring for $24.99+ (available in five colors, three shirt types, and a variety of sizes).
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Get it from Tee Spring for $24.99+ (available in five colors, three shirt types, and a variety of sizes).

20. A peppy coffee mug so you can be caffeinated while checking on your timed goals for the day bright and early.

Get it from CactusCatArt on RedBubble for $16.25+ (available in three styles).
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Get it from CactusCatArt on RedBubble for $16.25+ (available in three styles).

21. A gorgeous sun catcher that's just so pretty, you won't have to explain that it's from a video game.

Get it from Wistful Fancy on Etsy for $20.
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Get it from Wistful Fancy on Etsy for $20.

22. An OG game board comforter so when you fall asleep playing, it'll still be like you're still in the game.

Get it from Amazon for $89+ (available in twin, twin XL, full, queen, and king).
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Get it from Amazon for $89+ (available in twin, twin XL, full, queen, and king).

23. And a pop of inspiring wall art because yes Isabelle, today is always a new day — especially when you fall asleep with "Pocket Camp" on in your hand three nights in a row.

Get it from Anth Rodi on Society6 for $13.49+ (available in five sizes).
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Get it from Anth Rodi on Society6 for $13.49+ (available in five sizes).

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