Basically, I think they need us to spend more time together with Animal Crossing Items the various versions of the store than we would have in previous games, since if you take a look at past games you will see that we did not spend that much time with certain store upgrades, before they upgraded again.
I think it sucks too, I desperately need another shop upgrade, since the furniture is boring and I've seen the same stuff constantly I do not even buy much in there anymore. But I'm not expecting one before Spring and I'll be surprised if it comes before that.
I was really hoping for more than just pumpkins for Halloween. I have been waiting for this update annually, I guessed bats, cauldrons, maybe some furniture that was spooky. I'm hyped for the new skin and eye colours (AND GROWING PUMPKINS YESSS) however, the furnitures a bit lack luster
I am astonished at how translatable the series activities were to Animal Crossing actions.Same and I don't have any idea what that first is from. Nevertheless impressed and entertained.I remember seeing my young cousin who's in college now watch that show as a child, I had no clue what was happening. But after seeing all of the memes years later, I'm glad it was made.This made me audibly laugh. Enjoy your upvote
It's crazy they made a live action model off the original.I have completely no idea what's going on this, but I could tell a lot of work went into it and that's pretty cool.I never even actually observed Lazy Town (my younger sister did a few so that I know a small bit about it), but this was extremely pleasurable and a wild ride from begin to finish. Fantastic work
I'm a grown adult and that I loved that show. It was over the top silly with some fresh adult humor added in.I got into Animal Crossing Bells For Sale a great deal of child shows as an adult because of my two children. This was one of our favorites but it really surprised me how many of Nickelodeon's shows were intended to be enjoyable to parents, too.Oh no! OP was only getting started on their Animal Crossing editing livelihood!