Animal Crossing: New Leaf is a lovely game. A couple days ago I had a promise to visit one of the villagers. He forgot and wasn’t home. After arriving late, he shrugged it off with a laugh and went to sleep. I was waiting in the cold outside all night. What is this game teaching?
Why do you have to collect things that are right next to the monsters to make them happy, like a slave?
I’ve recently replaced the time I spent on Twitter every day with playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf on my 3DS.
So far I feel much less stressed and generally more relaxed. Love the interactions with the inhabitants and arranging my furniture.
It’s been a while until I last approached it, but I feel like it might be time to give iCloud CoreData another chance. Any opinions on this?
By the way… how is this @SaberRiderGame coming along? I’m already waiting more than 20 years for it now. ;D
The same problem every morning. There is only one explanation that makes sense… t.co/2vyMMsPF9…