Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Prima Official Game Guide by Stephen StrattonAnimal Crossing: New Leaf Prima Official Game Guide includes:
· You’re the mayor – learn about changing shop hours, building facilities, adding new features to your town and more.
· Discover something new every day – this guide will show you what special things you can do each day of the year, right down to the best time to do it so that you don’t miss a thing.
· Detailed furniture catalog – see how to acquire each piece of furniture for customizing your house and each accessory for your character.
· Checklists for everything – keep track of items you get with checklists that cover each type of collectable.
· Smaller trim size for portability and over 400 pages of content.
IGN Reviews - Animal Crossing: New Leaf Video Review
33 things you need to know before playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf
Few games are as relaxing and enjoyable as Animal Crossing— that much hasn't changed with the newest iteration. Now that the latest game in the franchise is out, I figured I'd share some tips in the hopes that they'll help you make the most of your New Leaf experience. Animal Crossing happens in real time. Much of the game hinges on date, time and season, so it's crucial that you start out having that stuff set up on your 3DS. Once you get going, you might even be tempted to change the date and time so that you can get to new content quicker. Some shops are only open at specific hours; some fish and insects only appear in certain seasons; some special visitors only appear on certain dates.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf marks the debut of another classic Nintendo franchise on a new handheld. With this new entry come more adorable animals to meet, more bugs to net, more fish to catch, and more memories to create. But what if you're not sure how to being this new adventure? Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of tips that will help your town become a bustling utopia in no time. Keep reading for ways to clear the game's two biggest hurdles: starting off and making money. When starting the game, you'll be asked to pick your town layout from some mapped options. The thing is, this layout doesn't have a huge affect on your experience.
The cheek. But since then, the little life simulator full of anthropomorphic animals has captured many hearts and multiple years of our lives. So much so that nearly three years later we're still playing it on a weekly basis. But in Animal Crossing , that's a daily occurrence. Sorry folks. The ritual shaking of trees comes with an intrinsic risk though: bees. Those little buzzy buggers will drop in hives if you shake the wrong tree and continue to chase you around the map until you dive into a shop or your home.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS is a life simulator that puts you in the short pants or dress of a small-town mayor. The object of the game is simply to live the kind of life you want to live, which generally involves building up your town, making new friends, catching fish, and chasing bugs. Make sure to buy and sell at Re-Tail, too. Re-Tail will also recycle any trash that you come upon when fishing. You have to pay a small fee to have the garbage properly disposed of, but it looks good on you; far better than just tossing it on the ground.
Beneath those happy smiles and talking anteaters, there lies an intricate web of economic models and complex systems that would make a Wall Street analyst break out in a cold sweat. You can build a fruit empire. You can gamble on the turnip stock exchange. You can make a fortune from fish, or make your mint with hybrid flowers. To help you make the most of your time as mayor of Bumville or whatever you happen to name your hamlet , we've put together this list of Animal Crossing: New Leaf tips. These will aid new players and ' Crossing veterans alike, and help you start building your fortune from day one. Hit every rock in your town with a shovel or axe.