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Ohh yessss! They were from BK! When Pokémon was huge!! Well, when Pokémon was a thing for the Animal Crossing Items first time in the United States.
That is ADORABLE! My puppy liked watching me play Pokemon, and my new kitten likes watching my husband play Call of responsibility…I think I must be worried…
Hmm… that is definitely reason enough to stress. I would be on the lookout for any sinister/suspicious behaves from that kitty, seems they’re training for warfare.
My kitty too is enthralled by AC! No other game actually, but he really loves sitting in the base of my television watching me run around (aimlessly) on my island.
Wow. I would have a VERY unproductive day if I had a cat that did this, because I’d only chase bugs up the screen’s border over and over.
Gonna need to make a tiny butterfly from newspaper and hang it from a series for him. See if he enjoys it. I love it tho. Any inquisitive animal looks would be the best
Aww, that’s so cute! It is fascinating how they just obviously have those behaviours. And yupp, I’m sure they were fine and orderly (the Pokeballs) before he got up there and pushed them around.
I got mine in March of 2017 so it is about as old as they come and I’ve never had a overheating issue. I think it’s a problem with your particular unit.Nd complicated personalities, there could be forgiveness.
Crafting was a cool idea to introduce in the game at first. But the deficiency of QoL attributes, really turned the mechanic to some chore more so than other crafting-centric games. I hope more of the game does not become about crafting in the future. Believe there is ample space to evolve without even creating that system more robust. As an example, they could introduce miniature games, multiplayer content, more villager types and cheap Animal Crossing Bells creatures, deeper mechanics, mechanics other than just gathering.