Animal Crossing: City Folk - Prima Official Game Guide by Stephen Stratton•Special events calendar ensures youll never miss a birthday, festival, or tournament.
•Town and city activities exposed—learn what fun you can have out there!
•Secrets of proper town upkeep and in-home decorating uncovered—learn how to make your town and home as lovely as can be!
•Neighbors and special visitors revealed—mix and mingle with the whole Animal Crossing crew!
•Handy collectibles checklist helps you track down each and every bug, fossil, painting, and so much more.
•Colorful furniture catalogue showcases all individual pieces, along with complete furniture sets, themes, and series.
11 Things You Can Do in City Folk But Not in New Leaf (Animal Crossing)
Guide:Face Styles/Animal Crossing: City Folk
There has always been a nice, relaxing, zen-like quality to playing the Animal Crossing series. It's like eating your favorite comfort food, or putting on that fuzzy sweater Animal Crossing: City Folk, like the other two games in the series, is rather deep despite its simplistic and peaceful approach to accomplishing goals. With our help, you'll be on your way to maximizing your efficiency and possessions not to mention Bells! The city doesn't exist until you start up the game the first time. If you've never played Animal Crossing before, you may want to check out this section. Thanks to the Wii's wireless communication and the Nintendo Wi-Fi Club, you can visit the cities of friends who live across the country or the world!
Transfer your saved game file from Animal Crossing: Wild World. All your previously unlocked items will now be available for sale in the catalog at Tom Nook's store. Donate the indicated number of Bells to the Town Fund at Town Hall to unlock the corresponding item or structure. Note: These items and structures have no effect other than to show off what you donated. You can earn 1 point for every Bells spent at Tom Nook's store. They can be used to earn the following prizes:.
It is a life simulation game where the player lives with animals, same as the other games ex. City Folk takes advantage of the WiiConnect24 functionality of the Wii console. There are now 64 insects and fish which is an increase of 8 since Wild World , which had 56 insects and fish. This incarnation of the Animal Crossing series features a newly accessible location called the City. The City houses most of the characters that, in previous games, were considered special visitors. Shrunk and Lyle.
Animal Crossing is a game quite unlike most others…in fact, it's barely a game at all! At least, not in the sense that you have any specific "goals" or "missions" to accomplish. Oh no, that's far too pedestrian. The only goals in Animal Crossing are those that you set for yourself. If you want to become rich and buy the biggest house you can, have at it! Or if you're more the leisure type, perhaps catching bugs or going fishing is more your style. It's totally up to you…and that's where we come in--with so much to do, it can all be a bit daunting.