Wow. I'd have a VERY unproductive day when I had a cat that Animal Crossing Items did so, since I'd only chase bugs up the display's edge repeatedly.
Gonna need to make a very small butterfly out of paper and hang it from a string for him. See if he enjoys it. I really like it tho. Any curious creature looks are the best
Aww, that is so cute! It's interesting how they just naturally have these behaviours. And yupp, I'm sure they were fine and orderly (the Pokeballs) before he got there up and pushed them around.
I believe that it's a problem with your specific unit.Nd complicated personalities, there could be forgiveness.
Crafting was a cool idea to introduce in the game at first. But the lack of QoL features, turned the mechanic to some chore more than other crafting-centric games. I genuinely hope more of the game doesn't become about crafting later on. Believe there is ample space to evolve without creating that system more powerful. As an example, they could introduce mini games, multiplayer content, more villager kinds and animals, deeper mechanisms, mechanics aside from just gathering.
Since Nobody Appears to open the article to read and instead merely comment based on the headline, here's some quotes:
Series manufacturer Hisashi Nogami and New Horizons manager Aya Kyogoku discussed the history and potential of the Animal Crossing during an online discussion for Japan's Computer Entertainment Developers Conference (CEDEC), as reported by 4Gamer.
"While this is the actual delight of developing a series, it's also the most difficult point," she stated, adding that the development group had realised through the years that Animal Crossing series"cannot be sustained without change."
"Protecting IP isn't synonymous with shielding product specifications from guides. Games are entertainment, which means you will certainly get tired of making exactly the buy Animal Crossing Bells same things," she explained.