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Weiweismart: I got mine in March of 2017 so it is about as old as they come
I got mine in March of 2017 so it is about as old as they come
Dec 29 2020 at 03:27am
Mhmm! His namesake is Hunk from Animal Crossing Items Voltron (at least the Netflix show one). He also happens to love food, so it is a perfect match!
I want to set mine up in living room to find out if any pets like watching it as well.
Ohh yessss! They had been from BK! When Pokémon was huge!!
That is ADORABLE! My pup liked watching me play Pokemon, and my new kitty enjoys watching my husband play Call of responsibility...I think I must be worried...
Hmm... that's definitely reason enough to stress. I would be on the lookout for any sinister/suspicious acts from this kitty, seems they're training for warfare.
My cat too is mesmerized by AC! No other game actually, but he loves sitting at the base of my television watching me run around (aimlessly) in my island.
Wow. I would have a exact unproductive day when I had a cat that did so, since I would only chase bugs up the screen's border over and over.
Gonna need to make a tiny butterfly from paper and hang it by a string for him. See if he likes it. I really like it tho. Any curious animal looks are the best
Aww, that's so adorable! It's interesting how they just naturally have these behaviours. And yupp, I'm sure they were fine and orderly (the Pokeballs) before he got up there and pushed them about.
I got mine in March of 2017 so it is about as old as they come and I've never had a overheating issue. I think that it's a problem with your particular unit.Nd complicated personalities, there could be forgiveness.
Crafting was a cool concept to introduce in the game at first. However, the deficiency of QoL features, turned the mechanic into a chore more so than other crafting-centric games. I genuinely hope more of Animal Crossing Bells For Sale this game does not become about crafting in the future. Believe there's ample area to evolve without creating that system more robust. For instance, they could introduce miniature games, multiplayer content, more villager kinds and creatures, deeper mechanisms, mechanics other than just gathering. Not a match dev by any stretch, but think there's so much more that AC can be than the other crafting game.