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gooner77 1,059 posts
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@rock27gr That's what I ended up doing. Jack is the one with the round eyes.
@gooner77 Do favours, and if they ask for fruit give perfect fruit, or modified furniture instead of regular furniture.
Only picture I have is Rasher's, who has given me his twice.
Not sure if anyone's still playing this but if anyone would like to take Katie the Travelling Kitten off my hands today she's in my town!
Also looking for a decent turnip price!
I'll open my gates for you a bit later on when I get home. Not sure what the turnip price is, though.
There had to be a better way for me to say that, buddy.
Gates are open, turnip price is a paltry 56.
Edited by Singularity at 19:38:55 05-11-2013
@Singularity Doesn't seem to want to let me in at the moment (saying you're busy), so will just leave the 3DS by me and try periodically every so often!
Not sure I'll be taking advantage of your turnip price though
Edit: Retrospectively correcting a grammatical abomination.
Edited by jamiscool at 20:03:24 11-11-2013
@jamiscool Sorry I missed you.
Anyone have a stripe sink and/or green wardrobe to trade/catalogue?
@Singularity Sorted I've ordered the items (except stripe sink) for you. My want list for the modern series currently stands at:
and Floor (Modern Tile)
So any of those would again be greatly appreciated (will be on in the evening tomorrow)!
Does anybody have anything approaching a decent turnip price? Am in disaster recovery mode!
Although it seems only Jam and I remain, it's snowing in Serenity!
karlo87 1,855 posts
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I got a picture from one villager from doing basically nothing, and i've had a villager for ages that i've done requests for and all sorts, and she still gives me random presents, no picture. Little prick.
Agent_Llama 3,587 posts
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I had to do some serious weeding when I turned this in again for first time in 2 months. On the plus side, Leif challenged me to do it and I won a prize, and the villagers have fully funded my well!
vyseofhr 1,056 posts
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I'm still playing!
In the middle of collecting Jingle furniture at the moment, but it's a slow process.
I've been scrolling through the screenshots on Miiverse and the game has been tempting me back in. It's been a long while now and i've got other games I should really be getting on with!
We're back to green grass as the snow has melted today. I'm now at 460 hours, and have played almost every day since release. I think I might need to go to rehab.
Short-Round 1,183 posts
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Turnips 543 round mine this morning.
Mageme 2,089 posts
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I'm too scared to go back into my town. Not been in since Xmas and even then it was a fleeting visit! I imagine not much has changed though.
I'm still going on this daily at the moment. Started late (September) but still going strong.
Can you tell me why I need to play this game ?
my daughter has it on her 3ds, I know a lot of you (me included, sheep that I am) were pumped for its release. I want something I can spend an hour or so maybe daily, is this the game for me, if so any tips or just get stuck in,do any of you still play ?
If you've got even a slightly addictive personality, you should be right at home with Animal Crossing. It's hard to explain why you need to play Animal Crossing, but all will become clear after you've started.
I'm sure you already know it's one of those games in which things progress at a much slower rate than with other games. If you plan a new project in town, such as a new fountain, you're unlikely to earn enough money to pay it off all in one go. Instead you'll return on a daily basis to collect and sell any bearing fruit. You'll check back daily for the one rock that spits out money when you hit it with a spade. You'll go fishing at different times of the day, to catch particular fish, which you can sell on (or donate to the museum). You'll even wake yourself up early on Sundays just to trade turnips with Joan (which can be sold at varying prices throughout the week).
There's actually quite a lot to do in Animal Crossing, if you give yourself the time to discover it.
I'd personally recommend you just give it a go and find out for yourself. You'll no doubt be seeking more advice from this thread, when you've played more of the game. I'm sure there are others here still playing it. It makes a fairly common appearance on my Miiverse activity feed.
Thank you fella
I think I will give it a look-see this afternoon.
Both my wife and I are still playing our separate copies
I now have an orchard of perfect fruit trees that earn me around 700000 bells a week (and I'm still expanding it)
Edited by SadPSPAddict at 13:30:04 10-03-2014
Is there only 1 save file ?
You can only have 1 village, but you can have a few people with their own houses in it. It's better that way though, with everyone contributing to the same town so it goes from strength to strength as time goes by
How do you get perfect fruit?
They appear randomly in your town. Only your towns native fruit will have a chance of becoming perfect, so don't do what some idiot I know did (possibly me) and get rid off all the native fruit.
You can replant these for native Perfect Fruit trees, and the fruit will sell for 600, or 3000 in a town with a different native fruit. However, make sure you keep some to replant as Perfect Fruit trees eventually die. As long as you keep that in mind, they're a good money maker.
Spectral 5,117 posts
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Ok had this just under a week and loving it so far. Not played an AC since the GC original. So onto serious matters. I bought my first batch of turnips yesterday, does anyone have an amazing awesome price I can come and sell them for?
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