Crossing the Animals: New Horizons is a game about starting back, hanging out with your friends and exploring an island that you decided to start a new life with, and it couldn't have come any better. The series is known for sticking to a lot of extras and ways of doing things and since the game doesn't always explain some of these tactics, we've decided to wrap our heads together for a few tips that can make your tips Life on the island bearing fruit, if you will. Most of these tips will be hiding the front parts of the game to keep you from being killed as a spoiler again.
In previous Crossing Animal Crossing games, eating a piece of fruit was just an option, it just removed the space from your building and looked good. However, in New Horizons a cut of some of the natural giving will add to the little fruit counter that just appears on the corner of the screen. Which then lets you tear up rocks and tear down trees with a shovel! It's great how you can now eat an apple. But if you accidentally eat a piece of fruit and don't want this energy, the only way we can get rid of the ability is to dig a tree and replace it, break a rock, or if you have a toilet, you can take poop!
At the beginning of the game, you'll need some resources to unlock various resources in your city (such as Nook & # 39; s Cranny and other homes) and after you've built a few locations, you may think it's OK to sell your remaining metal and wood residues, but wait a minute! After a few days of playing, you'll quickly find that that may not be the best idea as the new DIY art will require many of those essential ingredients. So don't be afraid to follow all the pieces of wood and stone you find. You'll be glad you did.
Tree-cutting has been a mainstay of the Animal Crossing series since its inception back in 2001, and over the years it has never been more popular than fruit collection, the occasional bundle of weights. in a way
The cool part, however, is that trees are an endless source of branches. You can continue to tremble, and they will continue to fall. Branches will fall in relation to the moving side and you will also want to make sure that nothing on the ground can enter through the missed branches. It is a good idea to collect the weeds and keep the flowers from the trees if you plan to brush them often.
Holding the Hornets
Speaking of moving trees, a nest of bad hornets can still appear in the tree whether you shake it or stroke it with an ax, but these horne are not as bad as you might remember. It seems a little slow in this case, giving you more time to escape. Before you start harvesting wood, we recommend that you either bend your trees while catching the net, so if the nest falls (if you stand to the right) you can catch it where it falls, or, you can try to use the map a bit, to provide your net and it will turn you straight to the hornets and still giving you enough time to catch up. Good luck.
Now this may not be the first point of making money in New Horizons, but do you know that the glittering ground on the ground (seasoned pilots will know where we are going) that you always see on your island? You can grind it with a shovel and you will find 1,000 Strands, which are amazing in themselves, but you can actually take those same metals and bury them in the ground and then a small sprout begins to grow. Give it a couple of days and you'll have a beautiful ol & # 39; money tree with three metal bags hanging from its branches. Obviously each bag will match the actual amount of metals you have sitting on. So if you bury 10K bells, you'll end up getting 30K bells in the tree. Each coin can produce metals only once, and then it becomes an old normal tree. The tree is beautiful, we still love you.
Growing Your Rocks
The rocks are an excellent source of minerals such as stone, clay, and iron, but did you know they can hit eight times? If you can find another way to wrap yourself up before tossing it with a few well-placed holes, a tree or some furniture, that may be enough to hold you in place to maximize rock outcropping. And just like the trees, make sure you choose any nearby objects that can enter the rock formations for valuable resources. If you decide to break the rock with your fruit power, it will take a few days to come back and it will not appear in the same places as before. So it's best to break a rock only if you don't like its surroundings, as from what we can tell you get one app from breaking one.
Gotta Go Fast
If you're in the crunch for a while and want to speed things up a bit, we have a few tips too. When crafting, you can tap the A button to make your hammer wear faster. When talking to a rich man (or even Blather) you can speed up their conversation by holding the B button and when you're on the Nook Miles screen, if you tap the right stick on the bottom it will direct you to the Nook Miles points you want.
Quality of tools
The level of your tools at New Horizons is still a mystery to us. In previous games, items such as a gold shovel or a gold medal had special abilities over regular cash. From what we can tell, the quality of your fishing rod will not increase your chances of catching a rare fish and a better ax will not give you more rewards, but will last longer than the lower gear, but watering can increase its range and output when upgraded. Also, to our knowledge, the high beam and ladder thankfully will never break.
Nook Miles Galore
New Horizons rewards you with Nook Miles for just about everything you do. From fishing to planting somewhere by accidentally getting a balloon from a water body, New Horizons is always finding ways to reward you. So with that being said, be sure to try things that you wouldn't normally do to design a custom t-shirt or send someone a letter. You never know when you'll be rewarded.
Spend Nook miles on Essentials
In the first half of the game, you will be carrying Nook Miles like crazy, and there are a few different ways to use them. You can buy a plane ticket to a random abandoned island, you can sell some special Nook items, or you can spend them on upgrading your inventory or DIY kit kit. If your tools last longer and more inventory space will surely allow you to do more things and before you know it, you'll have more Noiles Niles than you know what you're doing.
See the Daily Bottle Message
Almost every day, you should be able to get a bottle washed on the beach and a DIY recipe inside. You can also occasionally find them on random desert islands that you can travel with your Nook Miles. Sometimes you can find a recipe you already have, that you can sell or hold on to to try and trade with a friend for something you don't have.
Talking Too Much?
Sometimes a resident lives in your town and you just know you have to be great friends with them. You want the kind of friendship that can only be proven by getting a letter in the mail on their topic, right? Well, you'll have to make sure you take it slow if you want to get to that level. We have found that if you talk to a citizen for more than five times, they will be burned and will not want to talk to you in the slightest. You don't want it to look sticky, so make sure you hold it a little. But whenever you take their place, in the event you catch them recording while they work, chances are they'll throw you a new DIY recipe when you interview them.
Inviting Morning Citizens
Next time you visit the mysterious island with Nook Miles' plan, you'll run into another ordinary citizen who just happens to explore the same island as you. And if you talk to them a few times you will be given the option to invite them to move to your village. But they will not come in until Tom Nook gives you what will continue to build many new housing plots in your city. So if you happen to invite your landlord before offering that option, don't swear it. Residents will remember your invitation and will leave once you secure the space.
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