My second week as a part of Nintendo’s
Mayor Program saw great growth in the once tiny town of Muswell. New neighbors, new attractions and new features all combined to make it a truly entertaining week of gameplay. Animal Crossing: New Leaf
I’m continually updating my
personal Twitter feed with daily snapshots of the goings-on in my Animal Crossing town, and you can check out this week’s highlights below.
The key to my fortune? Shark-fishing on a tropical island!
That’s also where I managed to find this snazzy diving suit. Now I can swim in the ocean even from my town.
My first major project was the creation of a second bridge.
You can trade 3DS Play Coins to the Nooklings for Fortune Cookies. Some of them unlock rare Nintendo-themed items.
It’s all in good fun until somebody gets hurt!
The main shop must close to renovate, but it’s more than worth the brief inconvenience.
I spend a lot of time fine-tuning my wardrobe and my home.
After a big spring rain Gyroids abound!
Be sure to check the sign outside of Re-Tail. This convenient second-hand store pays double for certain items each day.
T&T Mart offers a wider selection of daily items and access to your own catalog.
The trick to getting Sable to open up? Talk to her every day.
Cyrus the alpaca can reupholster furniture items in different colors.
The former psychologist is now a small businessman dedicated to enhancing your town’s nightlife with Club LOL.
Kicks is the proprietor of the local shoe store.
The Dream Suite offers yet another way to explore different players’ towns.
You actually dream walk through a snap shot of a host town at a certain moment. You can interact with its inhabitants and even copy its mayor’s patterns, but nothing you do makes any permanent changes to the town itself.
Review and promotional materials provided by:
Nintendo of America