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I enjoy terraforming but after it is done and over with and you enjoy your designs... you realize how bare the Animal Crossing Bells match is. My single playtime today tends to come from when I have new design ideas, otherwise it is the occasional jump on, do a few errands, browse the stores in 5min, and be done. Honest question: what's different for you from the previous ones? I have been playing since the very first AC and I actually enjoy new Horizons. I really do not see it so much different from the others, the core mechanics... more
Nanlina Dec 18 '20 · Tags: acbells
Boot up, see whether Redd is in, see whether any rare insects are outside / fish for Animal Crossing Bells that moment. Otherwise - go talk to an animal that states 3 things total over and over and over again (regrettably ). Here's hoping for purposeful investments for Bells in a future update. I didn't even mistreat the Turnips like the others did. Either way 95+ hours for $60 is excellent price. I'ts unreal how difficult a few things are. Possible villagers and yet I can not ask someone to leave. Whenever someone is ... more
Nanlina Oct 8 '20 · Tags: acbells
Can we get some voices within this thread from those who really enjoyed the match? It is going to wind up being the best selling game on the switch by the end of the year and each of Animal Crossing Bells the best remarks are just"game is dull". I would rather hear from people who really like Animal Crossing games and listen to the way they would want to enhance the series moving forward. I began playing a couple weeks back and I personally enjoy the goal-oriented structure of the game. I really feel like I can make progress devel... more
Nanlina Oct 5 '20 · Tags: acbells
Learn from my errors! Not all purple mums are Animal Crossing Bells made equal. Shade alone will not be enough. To be able to breed green mums, first you need to breed reddish seed mums with yellow seed mums. Because of this you will get new yellow mums with reddish DNA. Separate the new hybrid mums and strain them together to create the exceptional purple mums. These mums will have the red and yellowish DNA. Independent the new hybrid purple mums and breed them together to produce green. Be sure that the purple mums are ... more
Nanlina Sep 29 '20 · Tags: acbells