KG Homeowners Association - all purpose Animal Crossing thread
Posted 30 August 2012 - 05:09 AM
Posted 12 September 2012 - 04:51 AM
Animal Crossing: Jump Out
- “Reset Center” building where Mr. Resetti will scold you when you reset
- fulfill certain conditions to get a floral village, a morning village, a rich village
- once again, you set shop hours
- pay 3000 bells to decorate with Saharah’s wallpaper and carpet
- Import My Design PRO designs via QR code
Wonder what these different villages are about....
Posted 20 September 2012 - 04:50 AM
- Can place a Reset Management Center. Mr. Resetti will appear after you have placed this on the map.
- Return of Don Resetti.
- Brewster's Coffee Shop is separate and you can build it. If you go there a lot you can begin a 'part-time job'.
- Can drink coffee outside.
- Can build two types of Police Stations. The police officer will vary by the type you choose.
- New Villager: Hamsuke, a hamster, born May 30th. Brisk personality.
- New Villager: Brittany, a pig, born November 14th. Mature personality.
- New Villager: Anthony, a horse, born May 22. Smug Personality.
- New Personality: Smug； talks indirectly but acts like a gentleman. Pure, so you can't hate them.
- New Villager: Takoya, an octopus, born March 8th. Shaped like takoyaki. Carefree personality.
- New Villager: Frappe, a penguin, born February 22nd, lively personality.
- Lyle now works for the Happy Home Academy.
- Picnics available (blanket, chairs, picnic basket)
- New flowers.
- Return of cherry blossoms.
- Can eat ice-cream cones.
- Seen planting the tree seen on the box art. This is your first act as Mayor. It will grow as your city does.
- Can build camping grounds, bridges, wells, jungle gyms, benches, and those face-hole photograph things.
- Receive donations from villagers and even other players to fund the building.
- Clothing types: Tops, bottoms, dresses, shoes, socks, hats, accessories.
Posted 21 September 2012 - 11:13 AM
Posted 03 October 2012 - 09:06 AM
Posted 18 October 2012 - 04:51 AM
This info comes from the most recent website update...
- Take 3D in-game pictures.
- Hold original exhibitions at the museum. Build a second floor in the museum through community work to open the museum shop and original exhibition room.
- Palotini will reward your hard work with a badge. Badges include ones for catching a lot of fish, gathering a bunch of stuff from the ocean, pulling lots of weeds, etc. Badges are displayed on your profile, so anyone you streetpass with will see your badges.
- Can work part-time at the cafe if you're a regular customer or order coffee for take out. Working part time will reward you with unique furniture.
- Fortune Teller hut opens through community work. Follow your fortune and keep a lucky item with you and something good might happen.
- ID card box: Passcard given to you once you're registered as a citizen. The photo used on the card is taken in the ID card box.
- Can now look up at the sky. Can see things such as a rainbow after it rains, aurora on cold nights, cumulonimbus clouds in the summer, shooting stars, balloons with presents, etc.
- Fruit produced in your village can now have special flavors or appearances to them.
- Animals from other villages will come to visit in the camp grounds. You can play games with them such as gesture games or rock, paper, scissors.
- Play hide and seek with the villagers you're good friends with. Can get items if you manage to find them all.
- Become good friends with one of the villagers and they might send you a special letter with a photo attached that you can place in your house.
Can you just release it already.
Posted 29 October 2012 - 06:15 AM
When Nintendo first announced it was going to introduce paid DLC, the upcoming Animal Crossing for the 3DS seemed like a perfect chance to nickel and dime players. Seemed like one, maybe, but it won't be one, says Nintendo.
In a recent financial Q&A, Nintendo honcho Satoru Iwata talked about paid DLC and Animal Crossing, noting that the power of money could not only impact gameplay, but change it, perhaps even making the experience, as Iwata called it, "unwholesome".
Iwata frequently discussed the issue with the Animal Crossing team, and can now say, "That sort of element [paid DLC] is absolutely not being added."
Fantastic news for Animal Crossing players, who might have been worried that Nintendo would turn AC into some sort of paid add-on nightmare.
Previously, Iwata told Kotaku that Nintendo didn't want gamers to feel "cheated or deceived" by DLC, adding that the paid experience should add to the experience and not detract from it.
NO PAID DLC! Wooohoo!
Posted 29 October 2012 - 11:25 AM
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