I don't play online that much either (I have just played my sister and brother a few times each, rather than even the 3 of us in precisely the same time), so that I too only really understand the beginning. Maybe it's a Great thing that I don't play online a lot then, as I am easily stressed out lol
The spooky void of the settings display where it's just youpersonally, also Tom Nook. Having a true dialog about the fake fact we inhabit on our islands, and exactly what it means to delete your save information. Tom Nook looking at you with very tired eyes, forever cursed since the Virgil of this infernal place in which we share.
I've watched each of your 3 shorts just like 5 times each today. Really like the mix of cutesy AC culture mixed with disturbia!!!!! Not unrealistic when so many people run around hitting our least favourite villagers with baits to make them move out. It captures the hell that some villagers must live on our imperfect islands.Hello ?? I work graveshift and look after my elderly mom so ACNH has been a massive escape for me. I have two islands, yes I am that crazy about this sport, still play with daily and love the friends I have made through ACNH.
I am a 26 year-old mother of one. Yesterday I left my a Change account for my own son. Today we ran across the island, embellished his home, looked in the memorial, it was fun and he had a blast. I really like the game because it is a place where I could just relax, and today I can see as my little one loves the world I created. I started doing giveaways despite having my entire island completed, it's fun. So far the neighborhood is awesome too.
That's fantastic. What a great way to bond. My son is going to be 12 this season and can be autistic, and he hates making a mistake at all, so he sees me play cuddled in his blanket, and sometimes he tells me exactly what to do next. He is also ticked off that I transferred the kitchen to the basement.