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Title: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on September 20, 2005, 10:13:25 pm
For those who do not like to read much:

I Want This Game.

More in detail- I have played and loved the first Animal Crossing, but there were a few things I knew would make it better. First a multiplayer feature would've been one of the coolest things to happen to a simulation game. Second, the touch screen will make the game easier to use (I just hope we don't have to use it ALL the time). Third, I think the characters will be more customizable, with hairstyles, hats, and other accessories. In the first game you had to answer a random set of questions and you had to deal with what you got. My character ended up having giant googly eyes with small pupils, so I gave him a 'You Better Not Make Fun Of My Face Or Else' attitude. Anyway, this will probably be a fantastic game with the wireless link alone. If we need more than one game card to play multiplayer I will personally buy more than one to play with my brothers and sister.
My opinion, if you don't like it, why are you in this thread? If you do... I don't know, say something.

(Just wishful thinking- I hope they take out the cockroaches that infest your house and weeds that overgrow your town if you don't play for a while. That always annoyed me.)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DevilMachine on September 21, 2005, 12:53:23 am
For those who do not like to read much:

I Want This Game.


QFT
yeah I love games like this. I dont have a DS yet, but Im very much contemplating getting one so I can play animal crossing, harvest moon, advance wars, nintendogs and some GBA games too like Fire Emblem, etc.

but we shall see......
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on September 21, 2005, 01:39:57 am
Animal crossing might be the game the gets me to grab a DS eventually.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on September 21, 2005, 03:59:30 am
I want this game too. It is the reason I bought the DS. I played the original game for months. I even got my town to be perfect by the wishing well. I was very proud of that. The wireless connection part sounds really cool. Especially if you can really hook up and play other people over the internet.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on September 21, 2005, 12:42:39 pm
I, too, enjoyed many an hour frolicking through the virtual landscape. I don't really remember why it was so darn much fun, but it was. I don't even remember there being all that much to do. When they're gonna have another console version, they need to think of these things and add a lot of stuff before I consider getting it.

And making me buy 200 dollars of peripherals and some trading cards won't cut it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on September 21, 2005, 01:10:49 pm
Here is a photo of the upcoming game that came inside the Nintendog game.
Animal Crossing (http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v244/Merriego/AnimalCrossing.jpg)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Nic on September 21, 2005, 01:14:00 pm
I've been waiting for this game since I saw "Animal crossing" under the games list a games spot. This was just after the e3 when nintendo first announced the DS. Of course I'll get it, probably on launch. We should ahve a gaming steve party with all the people who are getting the game here on the forums. It'lll be tricky to coordinate with only 4 people per town, but we'll make it work.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: GameManic on September 21, 2005, 02:48:09 pm
I can't wait for this game.  I love the GC game.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on September 21, 2005, 09:04:00 pm
I just hope they put in more stuff to do with your friends when you link up over the 'net. If it's mostly just a substitute for the password feature in the GCN game, I'll be kind of dissapointed. But even if they don't, I'll still get the game, being a big fan of the original myself.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on October 01, 2005, 10:05:15 pm
the GC game looked so ... little kiddish, yet it was so fun
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: bwl2 on October 02, 2005, 12:36:16 pm
Iv been exited about this game since march/may
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: lemurbouy on October 03, 2005, 02:31:45 pm
Dude, cockroaches and weeds rock my world.  Totally. -leeman
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Gaming Steve on October 06, 2005, 09:48:58 am
So if you guys get this game and the wireless adapter we can play wireless over the Internet! I did that at E3 and it was pretty fun. The only downside is that only 4 people at a time can play.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on October 06, 2005, 11:03:06 am
I don't know how many of uis will end up with the game but we can maybe manage to get a couple of groups going to play once in awhile. That would be pretty cool.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Scipion on October 06, 2005, 06:27:55 pm
I loved the dogs music, he rocked. My favorite part, that and decorating my house. Oh! and making a crazy collection of fish in my basement that was awsome too.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on October 06, 2005, 08:40:18 pm
K.K. Slider is great. About the Wireless thing, about what is the range of the connection?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on October 07, 2005, 03:29:11 pm
Oh! and making a crazy collection of fish in my basement that was awsome too.

I did that. Did anyone ever catch a ceolanth? I caught... 3 i think, total
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on October 07, 2005, 06:45:27 pm
Oh! and making a crazy collection of fish in my basement that was awsome too.

I did that. Did anyone ever catch a ceolanth? I caught... 3 i think, total

Yeah, I caught several. I also made my towns perfect according to the wishing well. Anyone else ever do that?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Scipion on October 07, 2005, 09:50:23 pm
You already brought that up :P but no, I actually didn't do that. I had lots of fun writing letters to the other people though. for some strang ereason.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on October 08, 2005, 05:03:18 am
You already brought that up :P but no, I actually didn't do that. I had lots of fun writing letters to the other people though. for some strang ereason.

I know I did but I was rather proud of that and did it for more than one town. In fact I actually sold a "perfect" town on Ebay once for $60  ;D no, make that twice.. the 2nd bidder wanted one too.  :o I sent them the whole memory card.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on October 08, 2005, 08:42:53 am
How do you make them perfect?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on October 08, 2005, 10:31:05 am
You have to plant flowers and pick weeds and pick up trash etc. until the Wishing Well is happy. I personally have never done it, a Golden Axe doesn't sound all that great.  :D

About Coelacanths (Coelacanthi?) I've caught about 2 or 3. They're hard because you can only catch them when it's raining, between 4 and 6 PM on a Tuesday. Or something like that.

For those who have had a great time collecting fish in their basement, I made Gyroid symphonies.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Areku on October 08, 2005, 11:42:51 am
making a perfect town wasn't all that hard, I did it in a day. Just plant trees, pick up weeds/plant flowers. But yeh I caught plenty of Coelacanths. I have one in my house now too, and whenever its raining I usually catch about 6 or so. It really helped to pay off my debt because I was making 100,000 bells in less than an hour or 2. I really wish the stupid animals would quit painting my roof though... its never a color I like  >:(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on October 08, 2005, 12:45:55 pm
Yeah, but don't you have to keep it the same for like three weeks?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on October 08, 2005, 01:30:56 pm
Yeah, but don't you have to keep it the same for like three weeks?

To get the golden axe you had to keep it that way for 2-3 weeks. To make the town perfect, you have to keep going back to the wishing well to see what it wants you to do, pull weeds, thin out trees, plant new ones etc. 
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Areku on October 08, 2005, 02:46:17 pm
actually you have to keep it that way for exactly 15 days... so far i must at least have had it for 10 or so days. Soon I shall have the Golden Axe. And once you have done everything the wishing well has told you to do it will say something like "Everything is satisfactory, with just a little more work things could be much better" then just plant some trees in areas where there aren't many(preferably the F-acres, as they add more points to your overall score) and plant flowers as they counteract the neg. points weeds give you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on October 08, 2005, 03:57:48 pm
Did anybody ever collect all of the town pieces and make a little town in their basement? I didn't, but I thought it would be cool.

EDIT: One thing that I liked to do was to buy a tiger-print shirt for the tiger who lived in my neighborhood. It was funny. At the time.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on October 08, 2005, 04:18:08 pm
I haven't, but that reminded me of this guys page: http://www.carverclan.us/ac.html

He's done a ton of cool stuff in Animal Crossing (with pictures!) including getting a 420,809 HRA score.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on October 10, 2005, 04:06:31 pm
One of the best ways to get money to go to another town and get a differnt fruit then your town's (or get it in a letter or balloon prize). Then plant all of them you can. Use the extra fruit to plant more. And more. And more. After about an acre you have a very profitable fruit orchard.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on October 10, 2005, 06:34:06 pm
If you plant a shovel it grows a golden shovel tree.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on October 10, 2005, 07:42:41 pm
How do you make them perfect?

Give the game your first born.


That was a trip getting that perfect thing....

Yeah... I exhausted that game... and it exhausted me... every day for about a year and a half....




Did anyone every get the glitch item? That giant floating cube? Its pretty cool.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Nic on October 16, 2005, 04:22:29 pm
I tried the fruit orchard thing, and found that fishing was more profitable in the long run. I will probably work to max out my luck with feng shui, an then fish again for money in ac ww.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 14, 2005, 07:50:47 pm
I never really did that Fung Shui thing, it never seemed to have an effect.

After looking into the game more, I want it even more. I can't wait until December 5th!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kagan on November 15, 2005, 02:03:03 am
I really don't like the graphics for this game.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 15, 2005, 05:50:32 pm
I don't think the game is about being a graphical master peice.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kagan on November 15, 2005, 06:05:49 pm
I don't think the game is about being a graphical master peice.

They don't have to be a masterpiece, they simply need to look like something that at least a 3 year old would play. Seriously, the graphics are ridiculously childish and I don't like them at all.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 15, 2005, 06:15:45 pm
Well sorry that Nintendo who are known for making games aimed at the younger market aren't making games for you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 16, 2005, 02:49:43 pm
The graphics are fine, I'd rather have worse graphics and more content than less content and better graphics. There's a limit to what can fit on that tiny little cartridge you know.

Was Super Mario Bros. bad because it didn't have good graphics? Zelda? Tetris? (the first one)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kagan on November 16, 2005, 04:55:48 pm
The graphics are fine, I'd rather have worse graphics and more content than less content and better graphics. There's a limit to what can fit on that tiny little cartridge you know.

Was Super Mario Bros. bad because it didn't have good graphics? Zelda? Tetris? (the first one)

I said CHILDISH graphics.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on November 16, 2005, 09:08:10 pm
So what exactly is supposed to signify a game as having "childish" or "mature" graphics?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kagan on November 16, 2005, 10:10:36 pm
So what exactly is supposed to signify a game as having "childish" or "mature" graphics?

Quite frankly, the entire game has a toddler's look to it. They're so bad that I almost expect to see them in a Fisher Price commercial lined up with the doodles of a 3 year old.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on November 17, 2005, 03:42:39 am
The graphics don't have to be good to be a fun game. It was good enough that alot of people got hooked onto playing long term. To each his own, not everyone is interested in the game. I personally have no complaints with it. It's a game that anyone from age 5 to age 95 can play.  :)  I'm looking forward to seeing how the DS version compares to the gamecube version.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on November 17, 2005, 05:42:24 am
So what exactly is supposed to signify a game as having "childish" or "mature" graphics?

Quite frankly, the entire game has a toddler's look to it. They're so bad that I almost expect to see them in a Fisher Price commercial lined up with the doodles of a 3 year old.

Wait, you still haven't answered my question. What about the graphics makes you think that?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kagan on November 17, 2005, 12:43:16 pm

Wait, you still haven't answered my question. What about the graphics makes you think that?

What in the ****ing hell do I have to say? It is fairly obvious that everything about it look childish.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on November 17, 2005, 02:26:06 pm
Well, just because the graphics may appeal to children as well doesn't mean the rest of us can't enjoy them. There's no blood or guts in the game, sure. The anthropomorphic animals are all weirdly porportioned, and cute. There are bright colors, and your character is always smiling.

But how is this a detriment to the game? You may not like the style, but some of us do, and some of us love the game.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 17, 2005, 03:37:36 pm
(http://gbamedia.gamespy.com/gba/image/article/611/611337/animal-crossing-ds-20050509045501630.jpg)

Really, it's just a cartoon, buy it, or don't. Either way, you're going to have to get used to it, I think this will be a popular game, the DS made many improvements. (But I don't like how multiple players share one house.)

PS- He's not smiling. And my Gamecube character Howard is a real pain, what with posting signposts full of insults everywhere...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 17, 2005, 07:53:34 pm
Well Said Sensei. I my self will probably add this to my christmas wish list.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Nic on November 30, 2005, 05:13:44 pm
launch is 5 days  ;D

But I probably won't be able to get it until the day ater, because that's how it was with Mario Kart.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 30, 2005, 10:18:31 pm
I'm actully asking for it for xmas.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on December 01, 2005, 06:07:16 pm
Forget xmas, I'm getting it the day it comes out.


 ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on December 02, 2005, 08:17:08 pm
I stilll need something to look forward to under the tree xmas morning.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on December 02, 2005, 08:22:21 pm
I stilll need something to look forward to under the tree xmas morning.

Give yourself a disease and ask for the cure.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on December 02, 2005, 08:27:01 pm
I do it's animal crossing fever and can only be cured with a copy of the game under my christmas tree.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on December 02, 2005, 11:04:44 pm
Oh there are plenty of other games, I'm asking for Castlevania for DS.

+ some other stuff.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Varsity on December 03, 2005, 12:53:16 pm
Gah!  I keep telling myself its going to be boring and stupid!

But I can't help it, just thinking of AC online, etc. gets me all excited and anxious... *Sigh* There goes my first paycheck...  But Argh, I'm gonna have to wait until this friday...

Oh well, 6 more days...  And it comes out in 2.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on December 05, 2005, 11:51:39 am
GAH! Apparently EB Games just had their shipment 'delayed'. If I find whoever delayed this I will personally feed them Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie! From Dennys! And to think I could be playing it right now...

But while I was there I saw some guy playing Guitar Hero. It looked pretty neat, but also difficult.

Oh yeah, they get their shipment tomorrow, here's me whining about one day.  ::)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 06, 2005, 07:32:42 am
Released today! Apparently I pre-ordered it from EB games a long time ago and then forgot. I got an email today saying its been shipped.  :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on December 06, 2005, 07:15:12 pm
Great, let us know how it is...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on December 06, 2005, 07:31:21 pm
I wasnt sure if I wanted this or not and it was down to this and Mario Kart and I went with Mario Kart because I heard somewhere that most of the game is still centered around the single player and I don't want to play Animal Crossing again.  ;D


Anyway, tell me how it is. Maybe I will go get it.


And isnt it great to forget that you pre ordered something? Its like Christmas when you find out about it!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 07, 2005, 05:17:30 pm
You start the game by riding in a Taxi and answering questions like your name, where you’re going… like the console game. Then when you arrive you are in the Town Hall/Post Office and Pelly sends you to find your house. Tom Nook meets you there and tells you can work for him to pay it off. There are three animals in the town to start with.  It appears that you must have another friend code to play in someone’s town. However, there is a tag mode that allows you to send messages in a bottle or changes animal residents with a random wi-fi player if you can connect with one. But you can't randomly visit someone's town, you have to have their friend code. 

Some cool changes, you can change your hair style, there are new bugs like scorpions and tarantulas and some new fish like sharks. New characters to meet within the town. Looks like its going to be fun. 

My friend code is 0773-7014-2519   I'll also start a new friend thread too.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on December 07, 2005, 08:21:56 pm
Hmmm...

As much as I love Animal Crossing I think I will wait a while before I get this... I really (And I mean REALLY) burnt out on Animal Crossing.

I really with I could play it but it isnt fun anymore...


 :'(


Ah well. It seems to be getting good reviews! I am happy for that!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 08, 2005, 04:43:57 am
There is a coffe shop in the basement of the Museum and an Observatory in the upper level. (yes, there's an upper level) And.. a UFO just flew by, it is a little different than the other game.  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Pando on December 08, 2005, 07:07:34 am
For those who do not like to read much:

I Want This Game.
I want to rent it before I buy it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on December 08, 2005, 02:18:19 pm
That usually is a good idea. I think I'm going to try to start to get WiFi working, since I have a wireless adapter. It would be so cool to play with anyone here!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 08, 2005, 02:21:30 pm
Well Kishmond it looks like you and I are the only ones who have the game so far. Get your WiFi hooked up and get your friend code and post it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on December 08, 2005, 02:45:25 pm
Ok, but I would need your character's name and town name too.


Later Edit: WiFi mode is a lot more fun/cool than I thought it would be, and I hardly did anything besides talk.
Edit2: Maybe it was because I was talking to someone I sort of knew, but not enough to get bored of them...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on December 26, 2005, 06:49:40 pm
My wifi connector isn't working I'm going to call Nintendo tommorow probably and in anycase I'm planning on geting a wifi network set up for my own home so I probably wont need the connector anymore anyway. When I do get my DS back online I'll get the friend code thing going you can all come round to my town and have some Pears from the trees. I'll even trade you get some other fruit going in my place. Also does anyone know what the demsions for getting the perfect looking snowman are I got one about my height who didn't like his proportions (i thought they looked good) today I built with a bigger body but the head is ruffly the same size as the one made before maybe a lil bigger in anycase that snowman hated its shape.

Also it's strange I'm in the southern hemisphere so you would think I'd be in the middle of summer here but they keep weather on northern hemisphere type.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: PatMan33 on December 30, 2005, 06:59:31 am
I've been away but I just got everyone added in.

For the record I have Cherries as a native fruit, a coconut tree and an apple tree but it hasn't had any babies yet.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on December 30, 2005, 07:06:55 pm
Anyone wanna open up their town gate?

I want to try this visiting thing.

 :D

If you can send me a PM or contact me on AIM.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 30, 2005, 07:50:23 pm
My gate is open if anyone wants to visit my town. I'm not actually playing so I probably won't respond to you but feel free to walk around.

edit: I'm going to leave the gate open all night. The DS is plugged in.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on December 30, 2005, 10:19:37 pm
I just left your town LadyM.

I grabbed some of the fruit off the trees and left you some cherries by your house.

I also pulled the weeds.  :-\


Thanks for letting me stop by!  :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: meh on December 31, 2005, 01:55:24 am
You have a nice town LadyM.
I picked up a Pear off the ground and left a coconut by your hose.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Gauphastus on December 31, 2005, 04:34:58 am
Alright, I just got a hold of the game as well. Unfortunately, I can't do the WiFi thing just yet. I'm saving what little cash on hand that I have for the Megaman X Collection.

I just have a couple brief questions about this USB WiFi Adapter that Nintendo released.
First of all, I plug it into my computer (which is Windows XP, I read somewhere that it's the only OS it works with), and... then what? Does it become like a hotspot where everyone in town can join in? Or is it just me sitting here using the thing sort of as a network connection?

Second, I don't know how close you all are to one another. Does this thing hook me up to some sort of worldwide deal?


I looked around at other forums, and while these questions were answered, they were answered vaguely and badly.
I mean, the answer to "Does it connect me to Nintendo's worldwide network or is it a smaller more local area?" is not "Yes."
Pff.
Thanks in advance.

Hopefully, everyone's not all done and bored with it by mid January. That's when I ought to get the adapter.
Might be sooner if I come into some late Christmas gift moneys.  ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on December 31, 2005, 09:52:59 am
Gauphastus: As far as I know, the USB Wifi adapter will make the internet for your computer wireless for the DS only. So if you are logged on the internet, you should be able to get online with your DS. I think its as easy as plugging it in the computer and then having the DS search for it to set it up.  After that, it doesn't matter how close you are. I am on the east coast of the US. I have raced MK as far away as Australia and Japan. It hooks you up to the Nintendo hub. You can only visit towns in Animal Crossing with the friend codes that you put in your game and they have to have you in theirs. Here is a good website with some info about it. http://ds.ign.com/articles/665/665128p1.html

I hope this has answered your questions, if you have more.. post them. I think people will still be playing by Jan.

Patman33 and meh: Cool that you visited my town. Thanks for the gifts. I'm leavng the gate open all of today if anyone else wants to visit. It took three tries to get it open last night so I dont want to shut it yet. My character is inside the house if you want to see her. If you visit, take all the peaches you want and bring me some of your fruit. Just please don't dig up any of my new tree plantings.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on December 31, 2005, 05:50:27 pm
Cries because my wifi connctor still doesn't work I need to set up a wifi network in my house.

Gauphastus when my connoctor did work it was simple when you get it from nintendo you install the drivers following the instructions provided when finished you register your DS with your connector and when your are connected to the net you you just log on to the wifi network through your game different games do this in different ways for example if you have Mario Kart DS you select connect to Nintendo WFC from the main menu the DS will search for an access point which in your case would be the Nintendo connector when it finds it and logs you on you can search for people to race agaisn't in 4 various ways. "Friends" this is the list of friends you have you enter friends  by entering there number in tot he add friends part of the WFC menu. rivals which looks for racers of similar skill regional which searches for races from the same country (or continant) as you and worldwide which searches for people anyone in the world. Animal crossing a is a bit different in that you can only connect to people in your animal crossing friends list.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on December 31, 2005, 09:47:13 pm
So I was playing tonight and was fishing a lot to pay off my debt for my house (290,000 EESH! Can't wait for the next one...) and had a great time.

I got about 100,000 bells worth of fish in a little over an hour and then I bagged THREE Stringfish in 20 minutes!



What a day!

Only 90,000 bells left to pay....
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 01, 2006, 05:01:49 pm
Sorry to double post...

GATE OPEN.

 :o :o :o

GATE CLOSED.


Sorry.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 01, 2006, 07:24:25 pm
Where do u fish to get the stringfish? Also where do u find most of the bugs I've only really found one i was standing in an area and there was a strange noise i shook trees and stuff in the end i dug a hole in the ground out came a bug but by the time i switched to the net I lost it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 01, 2006, 07:32:30 pm
In the winter there are not many bugs.

The ones you can get I will tell you where to find!

**SPOILERS**














You can get the Cricket on most trees. That is ON the tree trunks.
The Pillbug can be found by hitting a rock with a shovel. You will see it milling about on the ground for a few moments.
The Dung Beetle can be found rolling snowballs around. They are rare so good luck.
The Mole Beetle (The one you found) can be found by digging a hole when its chirping is at its loudest.


Thats all I know off the top of my head.

Anyone find it really hard to catch bugs now that the game keeps going when you are in the pause menu? It was much easier in the GameCube version.


The Stringfish can be found in the River and it has a rather large shadow but not a huge shadow. 15,000 bells if you sell it to Nook.
I keep two in my house as trophies and for emergency funds.

Another good fish to get is the Butterfly Fish that can be found in the ocean. They are not rare and are easy to spot since there shadows are super small. They are worth 1,000 bells and they are easy to find this time of year. I catch tons of them.
















Thats about it off the top of my head. If you have any other questions ask! I love spewing info out!

Tell me when you guys have your towns open or if you want to stop by because I need someone to shop at Nooks! I have spent the cash at his store but I have not had another person buy something there yet.



 ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 01, 2006, 07:41:30 pm
Witht he crickets do u just swipe the tree with the net?
When you mention the dung beetle the snow balls you mentions are those the snowballs used for making snowmen (which i still haven't got the right size for them yet)

I think I saw a pillbug once but i didn't have the net at the time.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on January 02, 2006, 03:30:53 am
Wow! This game looks really great, but I just can't bring myself to buy it. Ive just pre-ordered Metroid Prime:Hunters, and I'd hate to put down more money for another DS game.

Is it just me, or is anyone else spending more time and money with their DS then their consoles?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 02, 2006, 06:59:55 am
Actually I've been playing on the PC more and neglecting my console and the DS.  I did get to try DS to DS hookup yesterday. I have trouble connecting to the wifi sometimes. It takes several tries.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 02, 2006, 12:45:37 pm
Actually I've been playing on the PC more and neglecting my console and the DS.  I did get to try DS to DS hookup yesterday. I have trouble connecting to the wifi sometimes. It takes several tries.

I noticed Miss Messy Town.  :P


Anyway, the crickets can be swiped right off the tree. Many of the bugs you will find will be on a tree so don't be afraid to just go right up there and swipe!

The snowballs are the ones used to make snowmen. The Dung Beetle is a rare bug and will not present itself often AND it can only be found at night.


Also, if you have extra turnips leave one of them on the ground. You can get three or four different types of bugs off rotting turnips!


 :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 02, 2006, 03:29:22 pm
I got my DS WiFi problems sorted out. I had to research for my connection and set up a new one. Now its no problem to get on. Did everyone know that the dressers hold a ton of stuff? You can have like 5 pages of spots to put your extra items? I just figured that out. Nice place to store extra fruit.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 02, 2006, 04:22:20 pm
Yeah that really surprised me when I found those other pages.

Now dressers can actually be used for something!

And you know whats better? I accidentally picked up my dresser and it didn't empty it out and fill up my inventory like it used to do in Animal Crossing! Now you can pick up your dresser and everything stays in its place!!!


Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 02, 2006, 05:17:41 pm
Except for gyroids, they come out... I had someone play a joke on me when I left my DS on and laying on the table, they went in my house and took my dresser and buried it. The gyroids came out and they buried those too.  :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 02, 2006, 05:26:54 pm
The moral of the story?

Never leave your DS on with other people around.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 02, 2006, 06:25:15 pm
Is there a way to know if there are crickets on trees or do u just attack random trees with you net until you get a cricket.

Also is there away to switch from shovel to net faster those mole bug things keep getting away.

I haven't got any turnips yet the turnip lady hasn't visited my town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on January 03, 2006, 08:10:23 pm
The dung beetles are rare? I see them ALL THE TIME. Yeah, and I will try to add everyone that posted their name on the Friend code thread tonight, currently I only have LadyM registered.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 03, 2006, 08:21:07 pm
Register me! I love to go for visits and whatnot.

I think I should say though that I won't be able to WiFi for a while... technical problems... heh...

And just when I paid off my loan and got my two story house... I wanted to show off!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 04, 2006, 09:12:48 am
I've got the gates open if anyone wants to visit. I'll leave them open all afternoon.

*gate closed*

thurs 1/5 *gate is open*  btw.. there is a mother cat wandering around looking for her child who I guess moved away.. strange
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 05, 2006, 11:55:10 am
The Mother Cat is a sidequest.

Find the kitten and get a prize.

The quest was activated because you went on WiFi.



Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 05, 2006, 12:20:44 pm
In this game, can you have more than one person?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 05, 2006, 12:44:41 pm
Yeah just go to "New Rsident".

I think that is what you meant... right?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 05, 2006, 12:52:16 pm
If not, then you visit your friends' towns while your friends are there and play with them.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 05, 2006, 12:56:41 pm
Yeah just go to "New Rsident".

I think that is what you meant... right?

Like if my friend has this game, can he and I both have seprerate characters?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 05, 2006, 12:58:51 pm
No. Everybody on earth who plays this game must share a character. There is only one. It's a real pain because someone is usually using it. I wish Nintendo would release another one.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 05, 2006, 01:00:50 pm
No. Everybody on earth who plays this game must share a character. There is only one. It's a real pain because someone is usually using it. I wish Nintendo would release another one.

Dammit! I mean on the same DS. And you know I meant that.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 05, 2006, 01:02:51 pm
No, the aforementioned "New Resident" button is merely to get your hopes up and make you think that you can create a new character. You really can't, it's just for decoration. ::)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 05, 2006, 02:01:10 pm
Hey, don't donate to Boondox...

I sent them 800,000 bells and never got my red feather... I only got a empty letter.


If you were wondering where I got the money, sell things to people on WiFi. It is a great way to make cash!  :-*

Although that was all my money...

<_<
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 05, 2006, 02:40:45 pm
Boy, the sarcasm is running thick today.

Vivec, you can have four characters in one Animal Crossing game on one DS. Only one character at a time can be played and can travel.  Hope that answers your question.

Patman: How did you ever get that many bells? Do you visit that many people who are willing to give you cash?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 05, 2006, 03:09:11 pm
Boy, the sarcasm is running thick today.

Vivec, you can have four characters in one Animal Crossing game on one DS. Only once character at a time can be played and can travel.  Hope that answers your question.


Yeah, I definitely noticed.

Thanks, that answers it very well.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 05, 2006, 03:29:59 pm
Yeah I have a few buddies in school that have it and they contributed some but most of it comes from the lunatics over at the GameFAQs board.

Normally I never go to the message board (Because the banned me for one) but the people there will pay out of the nose to go to your town to buy the Royal Crown or for you to give them a Four Leaf Clover.

Stuff like that mainly.

Just be careful because I did have someone hack down about 15 trees. Thats the downside.


... although it did make room for a nice orchard!


Don't forget the Turnip Market as well.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 06, 2006, 09:42:50 pm
My friend got the game for his b'day on thursday I we visited each others towns I almost freaked out seeing how different the town actully were thigns like the river mine runs basically down the eastern side of the village while his sort of diagonally cross from the north east to south west. Also his holding pond seems better placed mines on a corner of the river so catching fish in my pond area sucks.

Now I have some cherry trees planted around town also I found the pitfall seed in my town took it to his town buried and stood by it when he walked over in he went. I also robbed his recycle bin got a blue table and a blue bench out of it also got a modern bed and an elephant slide  which I sold to Tom but anyway also cause he is new to the game i also was amazed on how small his house looked compared to mine. Also I decided to be nice to him and sold him some fossils I dug up but already had i could have gotten better prices from Tom Nook but I was feeling genourus.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 06, 2006, 09:48:06 pm
You would like my town.

The river starts in the upper middle and goes down about 1/3 of the map then splits into two with the pond on the left branch and it forms a nice island in the middle where I plopped an orchard.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 06, 2006, 10:58:38 pm
Damn thats sweet.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 06, 2006, 11:01:12 pm
Dammit! You guys are making me want to buy a DS just for this game, but I'm not gonna do it!  >:(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 06, 2006, 11:10:59 pm
*Force Persuade* You will by Animal crossing Wild world. Also those arent the droids you are looking for.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 06, 2006, 11:13:53 pm
*Resist* Whaa? That's a Jedi Power! Concentrate your fire on that one! But I can always play on my friend's DS.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Krakow Sam on January 07, 2006, 04:55:30 am
*Resist* Whaa? That's a Jedi Power! Concentrate your fire on that one! But I can always play on my friend's DS.
Thats STEALING (p.s. not really :P).

Damn, I have to get this game for myself... that or MK. Arghh! Decisions!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 07, 2006, 05:55:42 am
Get Animal Crossing. I haven't played Nintendogs or MarioKart since AC came out. To play with someone online, they just have to leave it connected to the WiFi with the gate open and don't have to actively be playing like in MK.  Since its real time something is different every day when you play. I visited Patman's town once before we the connection went bad and his town is nice, much better than mine.

I had the Royal Crown in my shop one day but it was expensive so I couldn't buy it. Will it come back again? I have never seen Joan in my town, I can't find the password to see Redd and that mother cat is still walking around. She wants me to go to a town I can't get to now.  :-\
It was a DS to DS hookup and they don't have WiFi and don't live near me.

btw... I saw DS USB WiFi connectors at Best Buy last night if anyone is looking for one, check there.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 07, 2006, 08:35:50 am
So what's different between the DS and the GCN version?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 07, 2006, 08:39:05 am
I had the Royal Crown in my shop one day but it was expensive so I couldn't buy it. Will it come back again? I have never seen Joan in my town, I can't find the password to see Redd and that mother cat is still walking around. She wants me to go to a town I can't get to now.  :-\

The crown will come back.. .I have had both versions of it pop up a few times.

Joan shoes up on Sundays and I will tell you what, BUY TURNIPS! I made a killing on turnips two weeks ago. I got something like 2,000,000 bells and I am saving it all for another load of turnips tomorrow. Best case scenario, I can sell them all on Monday and finally finish my house! WOO!

When Redd shows up talk to your neighbors and eventually one of them will give you the password. Make sure to bring 3,000 bells with you so you can become a member.

As for the cat. Good luck.  :P



Hope that helps!


So what's different between the DS and the GCN version?

There is not too too much different. The online features are the big selling point. And there are a few bugfixes and of course new items and things to buy. Plus it is portable, major selling point.

I didn't like it at first because it was so similar to the GCN version, but after I played it for a while I can't stop. It is like Playing Animal Crossing for the first time again!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 07, 2006, 08:41:34 am
So what's different between the DS and the GCN version?

They are very similar, the GC version was alot of fun and it might be a good place to start if you want to try it out. The GC version did not offer multiplayer play. Your character could visit another town by using a friend's memory card with their game stored on it but you could not walk around with someone else in the game. In the DS game, four people can play together in one town and you can do it living far away from each other.  They added some new and different things to the DS version also and some new characters.

*btw... the gates to my town are open now*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 07, 2006, 12:55:35 pm
I was just there LadyM.

I left a bunch of fruits and stuff by your house and got some stuff from Nook.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 07, 2006, 05:05:42 pm
I was just there LadyM.

I left a bunch of fruits and stuff by your house and got some stuff from Nook.

Thanks, I love it when visitors leave gifts. Now I need to visit your town again.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 07, 2006, 05:28:54 pm
Yeah. It is a shame that we had that connection error on your last visit.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 07, 2006, 08:54:17 pm
Yeah. It is a shame that we had that connection error on your last visit.

LOL. I can imagine my mom saying that to my uncles the next time they come to visit. For whatever reason, that was hilarious to me. Imagine someone saying that to someone else as they have a real-life visit. I don't even know what I'm talking about anymore.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 07, 2006, 11:06:46 pm
I'm so close to getting my wireless connection running soon everything will be cool I can visit some towns. I visited my friends town on Ds to DS but now I want to go halfway around the world.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 08, 2006, 01:37:31 pm
Hey! Nook finally decided to build Nookingtons!

It will be ready on Tuesday for those of you who want to see the fun stuffs.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 08, 2006, 01:45:11 pm
Funny, my store is getting an upgrade today too.. which came at a bad time as I planned to sell a bunch of stuff to have money for turnips. I did finally see Joan today and bought my first turnips. Is there any point in buying the red ones? Is there a trick to it?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 08, 2006, 01:57:53 pm
The red turnips are part of an elaborate trading game that will eventually get you the Golden Axe.


Lucky for me, while Nooks if closed Redd will be in town.

Phew.


Also, thanks for buying stuff from Nooks for me LadyM.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on January 08, 2006, 06:03:42 pm
Some of you have made over a million bells already? You either cheated or.... something else.

*gate open!i*

*gate closed  :(*

BTW I don't like people to dig up anything or take fruit without asking. Just ask and we'll all be cool.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 08, 2006, 06:09:43 pm
Can you make it Christmas every ten minutes like the GCN one?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on January 08, 2006, 06:36:16 pm
Yeah, just change the ingame clock. You don't have to change the DS clock because the two are seperate.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 08, 2006, 06:56:16 pm
Some of you have made over a million bells already? You either cheated or.... something else.

*gate open!i*


Turnip market.

Nuff said.


And tell crazy people on GameFAQs when the Able Sisters have a crown in and charge them to enter your town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 08, 2006, 09:44:41 pm
I got my wireless network up and running it all works but still having some trouble getting the DS back online I'll probably call Nintendo up see if they can work out whats going on. Soon I can start visiting towns.

(http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d34/Cobra9474/Gameboy.jpg)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 04:34:28 am
Also I'm getting Nookingtons starting to be built tommorow Hopefully the price of turnips go up soon today they are trading at 20 bells less than what I got them from Joan. Can you do that trading turnips short like steve mentioned with take two and what not in the previous podcast (I'm not exactly sure how buying them short works but anyway)

Buy low sell high thats my motto!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 09, 2006, 03:45:16 pm
Anyone up for opening their town?

I need to sell some stuff and my store is closed...

 ;)


PM me if you can. I will be gone after 8 though.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 06:34:10 pm
I just got my WFC working again so I'm happy to visit towns. My store is closed though but I will bring you gifts of pears and crappy wallpaper that my neightbours keep giving me.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 09, 2006, 06:36:51 pm
I just added you to my list. The gates are open but I'm not actively playing at the moment. Your welcome to come visit and wander around. Maybe someone will be there visiting too.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 07:02:27 pm
It seems I wont be visiting towns anytime soon after talking to copper and trying to connect to the wfc  it tries for about 5 mins then I get a blank speech bubble from copper which when i click the arrow nothing happens I'm stuck in the bubble and have to reset.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: PatMan33 on January 09, 2006, 07:04:54 pm
I am so coming over tomorrow Cobra.

And you are coming over my town or I will burn this mother down!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 07:07:07 pm
I hope u I'd like to see you try seeing my ds doesn want to be part of the WFC i don't see how you can. Which is a shame I really would like to join you as we rape and pilage our way across various animal crossing towns.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: PatMan33 on January 09, 2006, 07:08:29 pm
Have you tried connecting again?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 07:48:44 pm
I've tried a few times I'll try again now.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 09, 2006, 07:54:26 pm
Are you POSITIVE you have your WiFi settings correct?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 07:57:16 pm
Yep i it wont let me connect it works for mario kart but not for Animal crossing.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 09, 2006, 08:00:43 pm
Set up a 2nd connection. I had to set up my connection again under location 2 while in Animal Crossing to get a good connection. Not sure why but it works now. I'll leave the gates open all night. Good luck. Please don't pillage too much  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 09, 2006, 08:14:52 pm
I'm set up throught the USB connector I have done and re done the USB rego process like i said mario kart signs in fine but not Animal crossing.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 10, 2006, 04:24:24 pm
Maybe your Animal Crossing Cart is broken.


Anyone want to open their gates/visit? I have Nookingtons!  :o

Scretch that, got a thing.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 10, 2006, 07:22:05 pm
I'm more inclined to think its my net connection next time I go to my friends house I'll see if I can connect to his wifi connection see if that works that way I have a better idea.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 10, 2006, 07:32:24 pm
Did you spend all the money on that thing for your computer?


Did you see my comment about that converter?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 10, 2006, 07:39:23 pm
Yeah we actully spent the day looking for a converter going from store to store we were unable to find one ended up just going for a new modem. Actully also found out stuff about how USB isn't desined for networking and stuff anyway.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 10, 2006, 07:49:37 pm
Ah... well good luck with it. I can't wait to play you.


In other news...


That damn Shampoodle BUTCHERED my hair....
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 10, 2006, 08:02:02 pm
Me to I look like a Red headed rat R**ter.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 10, 2006, 08:08:36 pm
A red headed rat what?

Did you just make that word up?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 10, 2006, 08:28:21 pm
Well I cencored my self Rooter is what it is Root Australian slang for sex (which is why why find that clothing store Roots so hilarious)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 10, 2006, 08:29:15 pm
You censored the word sex?

sex sex sex sex sex


 :P



Your parents had sex once.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Pando on January 10, 2006, 08:31:53 pm
What if he had, you know, two mothers.  :-[
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 10, 2006, 10:08:45 pm
But that doesn't work Pando. Do you want to go through Family Life again?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 11, 2006, 06:18:32 am
Okay.. back on topic  ;) I want to change my hairstyle. I need to visit one of your towns soon.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Krakow Sam on January 11, 2006, 06:59:25 am
But that doesn't work Pando. Do you want to go through Family Life again?

It actually does work, but it didnt untiull a few years ago and Cobra isnt a toddler.

Man! I have to get this game, I have a week of exams and deadlines right now but as soon as thats over I'm going to crossingland!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on January 11, 2006, 10:06:15 am
http://www.animalxing.com/hairstyles.php

A helpful site if you're looking for that right style and don't want to risk screwing up your hair. It also has a lot of other lists and guides.

Edit: Doh! How long have I had 3 stars? I just noticed!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 11, 2006, 11:36:46 am
Yeah we actully spent the day looking for a converter going from store to store we were unable to find one ended up just going for a new modem. Actully also found out stuff about how USB isn't desined for networking and stuff anyway.

Cobra - I may have found an answer to your connection problem at another forum, try it and let us know if it works:

Problem, when you went up to cooper and it wanted to connect and how you had to wait and wait and wait.  Go to the "phone" in your house, and cancel out blanca, and letters from nintendo, that this somehow makes it so you can get your connection to work properly.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 11, 2006, 12:27:37 pm
You can visit my town later today. It should work.

Once again she butchered my hair...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 11, 2006, 02:51:25 pm
Sorry to double post...

Anyone wanna open their gate?

PM me if you want.


Or if you want to come to my town PM me as well.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Psychic_Dude on January 11, 2006, 02:53:25 pm
I bought the GCN version when it first came out and omg it was boring, worst waste of money ever I am definately not going to buy the DS verison, not really my thing but whatever floats your boat.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 11, 2006, 03:02:27 pm
Okay.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 11, 2006, 07:59:35 pm
I actully tested it out at my friends house and thats works fine but thanks LadyM I'll give that a try as well see if that helps at all as well.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 05:57:37 pm
I just got a successful connection for Animal crossing to the WFC anyone wants to open there own gates I'll come over I'll even bring some pears.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 06:13:44 pm
OPEN!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 06:21:40 pm
I got on to the WFC but I'm having issues getting past the firewall i disabled it but still having isses I'm guessing it is something to do with the routers firewall I'm going to have to see if i can disable it or something.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 06:30:14 pm
I did it I'm in Jarville pat come over we can tear up LadyMs place lol.

J/k ladym... or am i lol
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 06:30:47 pm
LETS BURN THAT MOTHER DOWN!  ;D

Anyone want me to bring anything over?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 06:34:19 pm
I see you just arrived so doesn't matter but later if u want to come over my place bring your turnip nook is buys for over 500 bells a pop.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 06:52:27 pm
seem to be having trouble openning my gate if i can't open it I'll just come to your town pat and give u your bells back assuming i can get there.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 06:53:24 pm
Not a problem.

Keep trying though.

 :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 06:57:10 pm
Looks like y DS wanted to rob u blind trying again if it not work and looks like it wont then i'll try visitng your town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 06:57:54 pm
Is your firewall off?

Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 07:08:55 pm
yep all my firewalls are down I'll keep trying I'll probably just keep all you bells in my cupboard thing until i can work it out then I'll give them back to you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 07:11:52 pm
How about you come to my town, I give you my turnips and you sell them and give me the cash??

Have a empty inventory. I have 990 Turnips.

They should fetch 404,910 bells.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 07:34:01 pm
I even tried that it wont connect to another town something strange is going on I would have happyly done that other wise.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 07:36:03 pm
Okay.

Well anyway... have fun with the bells!

Don't worry about it.

Pay off a loan or something because I have bells falling out of the sky at me... literally...


My house is already finished so I won't need it. It was only the fruits of a few loads of fish anyway.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2006, 08:18:52 pm
I wont spend them yet I wouldnt feel right keeping them if i ever solve the problem i'll pay u back.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 12, 2006, 08:19:48 pm
Really, don't worry about it.

Even if I break even with the sale it will still cover what I paid you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 16, 2006, 07:18:49 pm
Ok I got the connector working again for somereason some how my ds wifi thing was set to not allow me to connect don't ask me how it just was.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 07:19:32 pm
So it works now?

Superb.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 16, 2006, 07:21:16 pm
Woo! Finally got to play this game on my friends DS. It's fun! I finished all of Nook's jobs, and made a bunch of money fishing, and also won the Fishing Tourney! He needs to upgrade his freaking house, it's too small for two people. Oh yeah, and I made three snowmen.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 16, 2006, 07:29:02 pm
The gate to my town is open tonight. I'm not actively playing but if anyone wants to visit, you can. I'll leave it open all night.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 07:29:44 pm
Vivec, up for a game tonight?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 16, 2006, 07:30:40 pm
No, my friend went home a while ago. Sorry.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 07:33:14 pm
Oh! It isnt your game?

Well that sucks...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 16, 2006, 07:57:40 pm
I stopped by LadyM whats with the bags of bells just lying round and the holes dug everywhere.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 08:05:43 pm
I want to see!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 16, 2006, 08:06:56 pm
I think I had a couple of visitors earlier and someone planted a money tree.  I guess the bells are gifts. I sure could use them.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 16, 2006, 08:26:29 pm
Speaking of trees is there a way to make sure they grow and not die the next day I have about a 50/50 chance of trees living for me I ussually water them after i plant things but doesn't always seem to work can you over water things or something?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 08:40:09 pm
Lets see... you can assure a tree will grow if you plant it in the location that you have just removed a weed from.

if it is a fruit tree you can not be assured the tree will bear fruit though.


And you don't need to water them.

Make sure you "visit" the tree a few times a day but not too often because it gets "nervous" and dies. Thats what it did in the GameCube version so it probably still does.

Also don't walk on them.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 16, 2006, 09:20:32 pm
Ok so can any tree die and how close do you need to be to a tree to visit it?

Genrally at the moment I have been cutting down a pear tree and putting either a cherry or Peach tree in its place they tend to grow but if I try trees in a new location they don't usually want to grow.

Also if i try planting a money tree does how much money I pant effect anything?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 16, 2006, 09:27:01 pm
Just see the tree, that should be good.


The amount you plant does matter.

I think it was... 40,000 bells equals a 50% chance of money on the tree. You must do it with a Golden Shovel.

I am not sure on that number though... check around because there is a conversion.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 16, 2006, 09:28:04 pm
You have to bury a shovel to get the Golden Shovel, right?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 17, 2006, 04:36:56 am
I never visited trees in the original game. Just planted them not too close together. I never thought about planting one where there is a weed. I used to plant flowers in the spots where the trees died so I knew not to plant another one there.

Well, strange things must have happened in my game last night. There were lots of bags of money and pitfalls. I must have fell in 4 of them.  :P
I also dug up another golden shovel I don't think I planted.  Oh and I finally got the hang of fishing. It helps if you turn the sound up and can hear it.

Oh yeah.. and I don't know if it grew there or someone left it for me but I found a four leaf clover. If someone left it, thanks  :)

Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 11:52:02 am
Anyway... yeah, your town was a mess last night. Was that some kind of game someone set up for you?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 17, 2006, 03:08:20 pm
I'm not sure what happened.  :-\ I wasn't actively playing, I just know I had about four visitors who left lots of money and pitfalls. Kind of makes its fun though. It also looks like a bunch of flowers got moved.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 17, 2006, 06:40:46 pm
I didn't notice any pitfalls while i was in your town but there was a lot of random holes I would have filled them in but i didn't bring my shovel.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 06:42:21 pm
I fell in a few pitfalls actually.

I want payment for my damages!!!


How could you not bring your shovel? Do you bring your tolls with you?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 17, 2006, 06:44:24 pm
Is anybody in your guys's towns obsessed with sushi? Peewee the gorilla in my friend's town constantly talks about sushi, and also constantly challenges me to competitions like, "Who can catch the first Red Snapper?", and "Who can catch the rarest fish?"

I've one 3/4 competitons, but only because he caught a coelcanth in the rarest fish competition.


coelcanth isn't in the dictionary.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 06:46:49 pm
Wrong dictionary.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 17, 2006, 06:49:19 pm
Wrong dictionary.

Whatever. Were you pointing out that I spelled dictionary wrong?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 06:53:46 pm
No.

You are looking in the wrong place.


 ::)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 17, 2006, 07:00:48 pm
I got Peewee in my town I thrashed him in the fishing comps now he is looking for clothes and wants me to get him a wrap shirt so if anyone finds one let me know. I didn't bring my shovel to Jarville because I didn't think I'll need it plus I was hoping to load up on peaches before I left. What you mean

My tolls with me?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 17, 2006, 07:01:53 pm
I'm pretty sure he meant tools.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 07:05:15 pm
No tolls.

He owes me money.


Money money money!


 :o :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 17, 2006, 07:07:43 pm
I actully did take the bells with me incase I saw you but I didn't so now they are back in my cabana wordrobe.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 07:09:06 pm
Oh was that you who I gave those bells to?


No don't worry about them, I was just messing around.

How is your house coming along?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 17, 2006, 07:09:54 pm
So who left me 20,000 bells?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 17, 2006, 07:13:49 pm
I'm telling you I'm giving those bells back next I see you current'y I have about 100,000 bells to pay off to get next extension. but currently my hous e is getting about 12,000 points from the HRA also the floor is covered in turnips.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 17, 2006, 07:16:16 pm
How many points is a lot from the HRA?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 07:19:59 pm
70,000 is a lot.

The max is 150,000. I think at 150,000 you get the third and final HRA Prize.


Keep the bells and pay your debt!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 17, 2006, 07:25:18 pm
I wouldn't feel right keeping them I'll give them back when I can.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 17, 2006, 07:27:28 pm
Please keep them... I have plenty of Bells now. I finally unloaded all those turnips and made a killing. 536 each.

440 profit on each.!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: impactedcolon on January 19, 2006, 05:25:03 am
Hey Gaming Steve Animal Crossers!

I am going to leave the gates of Romijnia open on Friday, January 19, 2006 from 6 pm to midnight Eastern Time.
Feel free to visit, but I do need a favor--I need people to buy from my store so that I can get the final store expansion!

Here's the info:
My ID is 1289-1178-2711

name: BaconLeg
Town: Romijnia

I have now added everyone through Revan in ViceCity to my friends list.

If you plan on coming by and know about what time you'll be there, PM me and I'll try to meet you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 19, 2006, 01:34:17 pm
Please keep them... I have plenty of Bells now. I finally unloaded all those turnips and made a killing. 536 each.

440 profit on each.!

How many turnips did you have?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 19, 2006, 01:37:37 pm
990.

I just thought of something... since I sent my DS away... my town is going to go to pot...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 19, 2006, 01:39:32 pm
Only about 100 weeds and a bunch of dead flowers and a bunch of depressed neighbors who think you are ignoring them and *stops for breath* a bunch of dead snowmen and maybe some wilted turnips.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 19, 2006, 01:44:19 pm
You know what is fun?

Putting the small snowball on the bottom and the big snowball on the top.

The snowman flips out.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 19, 2006, 01:50:54 pm
I'll try that next time. Tomorrow is the 20th right? And is also Friday?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 19, 2006, 01:52:34 pm
No tomorrow is the 21st and it is Thursday.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 19, 2006, 01:54:33 pm
Don't lie. I almost thought I missed Opal's birthday.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 19, 2006, 06:52:16 pm
Bugger my Connector is messing up again this thing is driving me insane.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 20, 2006, 04:19:48 pm
Hey Gaming Steve Animal Crossers!

I am going to leave the gates of Romijnia open on Friday, January 19, 2006 from 6 pm to midnight Eastern Time.
Feel free to visit, but I do need a favor--I need people to buy from my store so that I can get the final store expansion!
Here's the info:

My ID is 1289-1178-2711
name: BaconLeg
Town: Romijnia

I have now added everyone through Revan in ViceCity to my friends list.
If you plan on coming by and know about what time you'll be there, PM me and I'll try to meet you.

I visited tonight and bought from the store. He has Oranges!!! The only fruit I didn't have  :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 20, 2006, 06:38:22 pm
I'm hoping to get my DS sometime this weekend, a fruit of my networking labor. My dad and I had to move the access point to a higher point in the house to get better signal, and I had to climb behind the stove and try to convince him to drill a hole that he really didn't want to drill. Ah well, I got a cable run to my Xbox in my room now, and I can play DS anywhere! I'll let my dad continue to think I did him a favor, though. ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 20, 2006, 06:42:40 pm
762, do us a favor and keep making your town till you get Oranges.

Can't wait to play!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 20, 2006, 06:49:34 pm
Guess what I'm gonna name my town and my character? Everyone gets 2 guesses, the first person to guess gets to choose which fruit I use.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Oviraptor on January 20, 2006, 06:50:39 pm
Trogdor! of Burniton! ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 20, 2006, 07:18:39 pm
Nope. If you read the forum games, I've admitted that it's a recent infatuation of mine. If the next poster doesn't guess, I'll just tell you and grow peaches.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 20, 2006, 08:34:11 pm
Better not be Pat from There.

Cause thats mine.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 20, 2006, 09:05:18 pm
Well my DS as offically stopped seeing my WiFi connector looks like Nintendo are getting a call.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 20, 2006, 09:06:27 pm
No, it's Bo from Hazzard. I thought somebody would get that for sure. Well, I guess I'll grow oranges since Pat's just going to cry about it. You know, in between his heroin injections. ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 20, 2006, 09:09:34 pm
Thank *Takes injection* you.

*Smashes a car*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 20, 2006, 09:15:33 pm
How do u choose which fruit you get or do you just keep restarting until you get the one you like?

It would be cool if you could change Tortimier's name to Bosshog. Or maybe have Nook be Bosshog seeing he seems to run the town more building houses bassically running all the bussiness and everything.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 20, 2006, 09:25:25 pm
You have to keep starting over until you get the fruit that you want.

Also, it would be insanely cool. In the police station, the sentry could be named Enos and the other guy would be Rosco. And Tortimer (renamed to Boss Hogg) would own the shop and be the mayor of your town (although the title would be changed to County Commissioner). And there would be dirt roads and rickety old shacks on farms. And moonshine.

If I were a cool game developer, every game I would be a part of would have a Dukes of Hazzard reference.

Every. Single. One.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 20, 2006, 11:08:51 pm
There also be no bridges to cross the river you have to jump in your car and jump the gap blowing the dixie land horn as you go.

Looks like those Animal Crossing boys should try growing some wings or at least flapping there arms.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 22, 2006, 10:11:01 am
DAMNIT! I bought a DS yesterday and called every video game retailer within 20 miles of my house, all of them are sold out of AC. So now I have a DS and no games, and a lot of free time next week because midterms only take half the day. I'm calling EB right now to see when they get their next shipment...

Some time next week is all they could say. Damn...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 22, 2006, 10:15:42 am
I went six months with only that Metroid Hunters Demo...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 22, 2006, 10:20:36 am
Check Walmart, Kmart and Target too. Sam's Club, Best Buy.. there are many other options besides EB games.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 22, 2006, 10:37:02 am
I checked 2 EBs, 2 gamestops, a kmart, a target, BJ's, best buy, and circuit city. Nobody has it.

EDIT: just went to Ebay. Bid up to 30.50 on a game, with 5.50 shipping. It's worth the extra 2 bucks to get it shipped to me. I'll let you know if I won in a half hour.

EDIT2: 13 minutes left, this is close because the bid is up to my maximum. Hopefully there will be no snipers.

EDIT3: yay i won
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 22, 2006, 12:03:19 pm
How is your new Animal Crossing Box treating you?

 ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Krakow Sam on January 22, 2006, 12:30:58 pm
Say Patman, do you think the Ebay guy can actaully ship a game so it gets there a mere 2 hours after the winning bid is placed? :P

They dont even sell animal crossing on Amazon.co.uk. Maybe its just not been released here yet... :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 22, 2006, 12:36:28 pm
Did you read my whole post?

Or did you just not get it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Krakow Sam on January 23, 2006, 08:02:43 am
Oh I see, that would be pretty harsh. Did you read the small print 762?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 23, 2006, 12:04:56 pm
Yeah, I read it. Here's the link to the auction, in case you care: link (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8252120776&rd=1&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWN%3AIT&rd=1)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 23, 2006, 12:07:56 pm
Because I was obviously being serious.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 23, 2006, 09:04:17 pm
You know something fun to do in this game? Make every day Christmas.

Then go backwards to the normal time and sell everything!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 23, 2006, 09:57:33 pm
Thats Time Traveling.

And Time Traveling is cheating.

And you don't need to cheat at Animal Crossing.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 23, 2006, 10:01:13 pm
But it's fun!

My friends and I don't have the patiece to wait a whole week for a red turnip to grow.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 23, 2006, 10:03:00 pm
Yeah speaking of which Nintendo better be watering my Turnip... even though they don't have my cart... but they should still be doing it.

Oh well... they never go bad and I still have my last one but I wanted my other one...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: PatMan33 on January 26, 2006, 01:00:03 pm
ATTN ALL: I finally got everything going good. My friend code is:

2448-7727-9696

Don't screw around in my town, or uncle Jesse will tan both our hides. ;)

Also, I'm getting every kind of fruit from my friend, so feel free to come over here and steal some. Rules: Don't dig up flowers, don't cut down trees, don't litter. Leave gifts if you want.
Can't you trust us?   ;D


No gifts for you!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 26, 2006, 04:51:07 pm
What did I miss?


*EDIT*
OH! I get it.

 :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 26, 2006, 04:57:16 pm
I moved your post.  ;) You put chatter in the friend code thread. Tsk tsk  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 26, 2006, 05:06:18 pm
Oh that... uh... that wasn't me!

My dog/annoying brother/sister/dad/emu/whatever got my password and did that.


Yeah! Thats what happened....

 ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 27, 2006, 07:42:14 am
My gate will be open all day if you guys want to come see me and my town. Nook is upgrading today, so don't count on buying anything, and the trees are still growing in. Not much to see, but you can still come if you like.

EDIT: GATES CLOSED!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 27, 2006, 08:00:56 am
On my way... got to see this after the long wait...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 27, 2006, 10:40:33 am
On my way... got to see this after the long wait...

Thanks for the gifts. I planted the orange and the peach right near my house.

Oh, and I lost connection at some point, so the game had to reset. It's back up now. PM me if you try to get in today and it won't let you.

Also, is it a problem to have my DS closed while I'm running the game?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 27, 2006, 10:44:13 am
Your welcome and its' not a problem to close the DS. I usually keep it plugged in and open the gates and close it. I never could find your character, not sure where he was hiding.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on January 27, 2006, 10:55:58 am
Your welcome and its' not a problem to close the DS. I usually keep it plugged in and open the gates and close it. I never could find your character, not sure where he was hiding.

I was in that crazy stunt-man elephant's house. His name is Big Top or something. Anyway, I'll go move right in front of Nook's Cranny.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on January 27, 2006, 12:36:40 pm
A tip on closing the lid.

Never close it while in transit between any area no matter what.

Your game WILL freeze.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 02, 2006, 06:43:30 pm
It's starting to feel a lot like Hazzard down here. I got someone to say "y'all" as their phrase, someone else to say "Want some shine?" and someone else to say "YEEE-HAW!" Not to mention that Redd calls me Cousin Bo.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 02, 2006, 07:09:37 pm
Have you set up the confederite flag as your town flag?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 02, 2006, 08:14:50 pm
Mine is my avatar.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 03, 2006, 01:51:09 pm
Mine is my avatar.

You can import images? Or did you have to do it by hand?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 03, 2006, 02:16:40 pm
Do it by hand.

http://dsmeet.com/decalmaker/acww.html
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 03, 2006, 08:56:46 pm
Confederit flag shouldn't be to hard to do anyway I've done much more complicated stuff I actully make Animal crossing designs while listening to steves podcast. I've made some pretty cool designs i can bring them round and drop them in your able sisters store if you like.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 05, 2006, 11:35:07 am
Anyone up for a game?

I have been itching to do some Animal Crossing with someone all weekend.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 05, 2006, 11:59:46 am
Sure, I'll go. Open your gate and PM me when you're done.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 05, 2006, 06:24:13 pm
I have a list of demands! I mean requests!


I need:
Regal Floor $2850
Ranch Wall $1450
Classic Floor $2300
Classic Wall $2100
Police Hat $480
Tuxedo $380
Anything Ranch you want to send my way except the Table, Bookshelf, and Cabinet.
Anything Regal you want to send my way except the Desk, Couch, Dresser, and Lamp.

That should be all.


I will pay whatever you want for the items but I will not go over twice their value.




Anyone else need anything? I can get you some things too.

Thanks much!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 05, 2006, 09:31:30 pm
I wouldn't mind putting in a request for some wreastling stuff I have one corner of a ring so If you come across any corners that wouid be cool right now I have is a nutral corner and while I could just order 3 other neutrul corners from nook i rather see what else I can get and earn other money 1st but if people offer them I will buy. Also if you get the wall paper for it I'll also buy from you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 06, 2006, 01:46:20 am
Maybe we should make a item trading topic?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 06, 2006, 12:25:39 pm
I want pine furniture and a wallpaper that will make my house look like a decrepit shack. I will pay twice the value, or make trades.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 06, 2006, 01:42:48 pm
I have a shanty wall. They cost 800 bells.


The shanty floor is usually at my store once or twice a week so I will keep an eye out for one.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 06, 2006, 06:55:17 pm
And by the way, if Nook starts paying a LOT for turnips in your town (more than 250) please post here.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 07, 2006, 10:53:23 pm
I think i have my connector working properly now so if anyone wants to visit my town (or race MK DS) just PM me hopefully we can get it all up and going you can check out the latest fashion in my able sisters store my awesome town tune and my just as awsome town flag.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 08, 2006, 03:16:37 pm
I nabbed myself a Shanty Mat so now I have the wall and the floor.

Who wanted it? 762 right? Whats the word on it?


I will sell both for 1,000 bells. Thats a 600 bell discount.

 :-*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 10, 2006, 08:45:29 pm
Ok 762 something very interesting has happened. During the week my friend got some Bottle mail that was written by a person by the name of Bo. Now whats really interesting is my friend isn't a member of the Gaming Steve forums but whats really interesting is My town (ViceCity) hasn't actully interacted with Hazzard County directly either. This means that that Bottle has gone from your game probably into Patmans game to my game to my friends game.

God I love Animal Crossing WW.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on February 11, 2006, 08:32:03 pm
What did it say? Imean roughly,he might be ableto figure out if it ishis.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 11, 2006, 08:41:53 pm
I remember writing 2, but I only remember the message I wrote for one. Ahem:

"Hey, i'm 762 from gamingsteve or brian. Tell me if you get this"

Or something like that
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 11, 2006, 09:01:36 pm
Yeah basically thats what it said but spelling was horrible and filled with a bit of southerner speak very Hazzard-esq.

It mentioned it was sent from Bo but it also said it was 762 in the letter.

Also if anyone wants I can come visit there town I havent been to Hazzard yet so if you want.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 13, 2006, 09:53:14 pm
Still looking to visit towns been sitting around in my own for a while if anyone wants to open the gates I'd be happy to pop round and hang out.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: BPM on February 13, 2006, 10:32:15 pm
I wouldn't mind opening my gates, just don't expect to see anything beautiful beyond them...

Name: Mango
Town: Ghetto
4982-7793-2401
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 14, 2006, 12:08:37 pm
Hey, if anyone has a million bells sitting around, the Able sisters are selling a crown for that much. You can come by and get it if you want, but there's one rule: You have to let me hold it in my inventory for just a couple seconds so that I can order it from Nook at a later time.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 14, 2006, 12:10:24 pm
Hmmm... interesting offer...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 14, 2006, 09:24:34 pm
I'd help you pool some money together but my usb connector is giving me crap again and I'm stuck in my town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 15, 2006, 12:17:32 pm
Well, it's gone now. But my friend came over and bought it yesterday, so I have it in my inventory and I can order it later.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 15, 2006, 04:07:23 pm
Were you the one that kept thinking I was poor, Cobra?


Stop it!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 15, 2006, 09:00:58 pm
My USB connector is just getting worse and worse Nintendo have another call coming from me soon.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 20, 2006, 08:13:13 am
I got my friend's friend's constellation, and Bones moved here from some town, where the guy's name was Jake. Do any of you know who that is?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 20, 2006, 11:16:27 am
I think I know who Jake is.


I have seen a Jake somewhere before.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 20, 2006, 06:25:14 pm
Well I got Jitters who aparently moved in from Pat's town and I have a black cat named Kiki in my town which I got from my friend interestingly enough I also have bones in my town but he was an origional member.

Also I think i got a constilation from Pat as well and my friend got one of my constilations.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 20, 2006, 06:26:57 pm
I have lots of Contelations.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on February 20, 2006, 06:27:37 pm
What's a contelation?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 20, 2006, 06:28:42 pm
I think I got "man" if my memory serves me right.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 20, 2006, 06:29:12 pm
Kiki moved out of my town a while back. See if your friend got her from me, if that's possible.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 20, 2006, 06:29:38 pm
The spell check did not pick it up.

And Vivec, go  :-* :-* :-* :-* yourself.

Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 20, 2006, 06:30:42 pm
I got alot of constellations from other players too, including the stickman.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on February 20, 2006, 06:31:04 pm
The spell check did not pick it up.

And Vivec, go  :-* :-* :-* :-* yourself.



Nice save...

I saw the first one.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 20, 2006, 06:33:29 pm
Nice save...

I saw the first one.


Yeah, I said "Go asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk yourself".
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 20, 2006, 06:34:27 pm
I wish my USB connector wasn't giving me crap I want to visit towns.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 20, 2006, 06:35:10 pm
Nice save...

I saw the first one.


Yeah, I said "Go asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk yourself".
yeah, I saw that one too.. tsk tsk... *stern look*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 20, 2006, 06:38:38 pm
Do we have an emoticon with a halo over it's head?

Hmm... how is this?

(http://img464.imageshack.us/img464/5084/smileangel1xx.jpg)


I wuv oo.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 20, 2006, 06:41:56 pm
I wuv you too!

(http://www.bloodydecks.com/forums/images/smilies/Stab_emoticon_-_Hp329.gif)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 21, 2006, 07:34:44 pm
I feel guilty, I haven't visited my town in a week now.  :( there will be weeds and everyone will have moved away.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 21, 2006, 08:15:55 pm
Thats a bad LadyM
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on February 21, 2006, 08:16:36 pm
I feel guilty, I haven't visited my town in a week now.  :( there will be weeds and everyone will have moved away.

My friend didn't visit his town for a month, I pulled up weeds for an hour, found 7 fossils, and nobody had left.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 22, 2006, 03:09:39 am
Thats impossible.

Only three fossils appear in a day and if you don't find them no more fossils appear.

 :-*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 22, 2006, 06:27:20 am
About that... Is it just me, or when you dig up the three fossils, are two of them fossils that you've already found and the third is something new?

Also, remember to post high turnip prices.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 22, 2006, 02:10:21 pm
That makes sense.

I only have one fossil left and I have not gotten the one I need for weeks now...


He has been buying for under 100 every day (Both times per day) for the last seventeen days.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 22, 2006, 03:58:02 pm
He has yet to buy a turnip for more than 126 bells. In fact last time I played all my turnips went rotten. :-\ I lost alot of bells. Thats what I get for trying to time travel.  :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 22, 2006, 06:40:44 pm
I had him selling for 130 monday morning and 126 yesterday morning I still have some turnips left incase he goes up again.

Oh and for my Dino exibit I only need a Dimetrodon tail if you get one let me know and save it in your hour storage cupboard thing what ever you are using when i get it working if I haven't found it my self I buy it from you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 22, 2006, 06:47:33 pm
Is anyone playing right now? Any gates open?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 22, 2006, 06:50:50 pm
I need to do my rounds for tonight.

I may open up for a while... maybe not though.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 22, 2006, 07:06:42 pm
Weeds, roaches and dead flowers  :( i have quite the clean up to do. I did manage to sell 200 turnips I had sitting on a table. I need more tables now.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 23, 2006, 05:13:49 pm
After LadyM's poor effort I found out today that my town has reached perfect toww status I had a Jacobs ladder growing in my town. If I can keep it up for a few weeks I should get my self a golden watering can.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on February 23, 2006, 05:14:21 pm
After LadyM's poor effort I found out today that my town has reached perfect toww status I had a Jacobs ladder growing in my town. If I can keep it up for a few weeks I should get my self a golden watering can.

Woo for Cobra!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 24, 2006, 08:27:35 am
Everything moves a little slower in Hazzard county. Unless, of course, you're a turnip price. 453 bells per, the gate will be open all day. And, while you're here, could y'all bring a couple flowers and plant them?

Edit: By the way, I got a 2 million bell return on a 400,000 bell investment.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 24, 2006, 09:01:09 am
 :'( I don't have any turnips left, I sold them all. But maybe I"ll visit anyway.  :'(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Martham112 on February 24, 2006, 09:03:45 am
I wish I had this game. But it seems still not to have been released here in Europe.
Aarrghghghg!!!!
If anyone knows if a US version will work in an EU DS please tell me.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 24, 2006, 12:16:20 pm
Turnips are selling for 542 in There.

PM me if you want to drop by.


Also, I don't think the DS is region locked so you should be able to play it.



Oh well, too late.

I have to go for the weekend.

Sorry.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 24, 2006, 09:35:58 pm
Sold all mine as well. so I'm all out.

Oh yeah also i woke up this morning went to play for a while before I went out and its spring in my game the snow all melted and everything is green freaking out.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 25, 2006, 08:46:57 am
Same thing happened to me. I'm used to seeing a stark contrast between the trees and the fruit on them, now it blends together and it weirds me out. I'll get used to it, though.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 26, 2006, 10:45:02 am
Now that the weather is nice I can create my Sexy Utopia.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 26, 2006, 10:46:06 am
I just spent over 1 million bells on turnips, I filled my entire ground floor (just the two rooms for now) and the second story. Hopefully, Nook won't crap out on prices this week.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 26, 2006, 10:58:10 am
Buy some tables.

Its not cheating, its the proper way to care for your plants.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 26, 2006, 10:34:05 pm
So your ment to put plants on tables?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on February 27, 2006, 04:40:13 am
I have more turnips so if someone gets a high price post it. I tried to put these on a table and they kept going on the floor. Oh, I guess I better go water the red one before I forget... now where did I leave the game  ???
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 27, 2006, 11:37:25 am
It does not tell you anywhere to put them on tables but you can and if you do that last forever.

To put them on the table make sure all the floor spaces around the table are full and then they will fall onto the table.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 28, 2006, 07:48:23 pm
Wow with March here the game is now full of insects today alone i caught...

3 common butterflys
2 honey bees
1 ladybug
1 tiger butterfly
1 peacock butterfly

Would have caught a second peacock butterfly but it is out near the ocean I missed with the 1st few swips of the net then it flew out to sea (Stupid butterfly will drown).
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 28, 2006, 08:21:28 pm
Spring has sprung!

With sexy results!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 05, 2006, 05:53:03 pm
News on my USB connector
I'm back Baby!

I spent some time on the phoen with nintendo australia they were helpful some strange issues were accuring in any case it's all fixed now. So somebody open up your gates I want to see the world.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 05, 2006, 06:07:28 pm
News on my USB connector
I'm back Baby!

I spent some time on the phoen with nintendo australia they were helpful some strange issues were accuring in any case it's all fixed now. So somebody open up your gates I want to see the world.

*fixed

Edit: actually *fixed this time
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 05, 2006, 07:27:29 pm
Come one people where are you I can bring pears.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 05, 2006, 07:39:07 pm
I don't think any of us are really playing any more.


<_<
>_>
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 05, 2006, 08:04:12 pm
 :'(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tonjevic on March 05, 2006, 09:23:39 pm
I never got into AC:WW. mostly due to my lack of friends who own it. Or DS's for that matter.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 05, 2006, 09:29:50 pm
If you got it online there were plenty of people to play with.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tonjevic on March 06, 2006, 11:19:10 pm
I did, and I saw only the person who opened thier gates to me.
I was also under the impression that you wouldn't be able to go to the other person's town without both people having each other's friend codes.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 07, 2006, 06:15:53 pm
If you ever want to open your gates I'm happy to stop by i can bring you any fruit you want if you I have pears apples cherries and peaches and coconuts (still looking to get some oranges).


Also as far as news game wise goes I have now got the Golden Watering Can now I really have to work on getting the gold sling shot.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tonjevic on March 07, 2006, 06:33:44 pm
I would be happy to do it. I have Oranges, Peaches, Cherries and Coconuts.
I'll trade pears for oranges. Are there apples?

My friend code is 4768-0314-3296.
My name is Tonjevic (nah..) from Mumville
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 07, 2006, 07:28:13 pm
Thats cool if you want open your town gates PM me when you do I'll grab some fruit add you and I'll come visit. if you want check how much your turnips are being sold for I'll see if they are worth selling.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on March 10, 2006, 07:48:18 pm
Sorry everyone, but my turnips were selling for 612 per yesterday. It was already 10 o'clock by the time I realized, and I was supposed to be in bed (I don't have a computer in my room) so I couldn't post on the forums.

:-[ :-[ :-[
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 10, 2006, 08:00:22 pm
Thats cool I already sold all mine for 150 bells in my mates town still I can visit places again and have always wanted to go to Hazzard county so if you want you can open up I'll bring you all the pears you like.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 10, 2006, 09:07:15 pm
Sorry everyone, but my turnips were selling for 612 per yesterday. It was already 10 o'clock by the time I realized, and I was supposed to be in bed (I don't have a computer in my room) so I couldn't post on the forums.

:-[ :-[ :-[

They have this mystical thing called the AC clock.

You can change it!  :o
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 10, 2006, 09:39:28 pm
Thats cheating and cheating is for suckers.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 10, 2006, 09:41:08 pm
Thats cheating and cheating is for suckers.

And me.

Suckers and me.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 10, 2006, 10:10:43 pm
you time traveled tsk tsk.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 10, 2006, 10:23:24 pm
Only because I missed two days last week.

I needed to buy things!

And I had to give a Red Vase to Red.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 10, 2006, 10:26:07 pm
I might let it slide if you were too busy to play just don't let it happen again.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 10, 2006, 10:34:45 pm
You know what, screw you.

I know more about this game than you do so you will answer to me.


I love your sig.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on March 11, 2006, 02:32:06 pm
I found a Four-leaf clover, are those worth anything?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 11, 2006, 04:47:08 pm
Kind of...


They supposidly bring luck...


I have a whole closet section full of them.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on March 11, 2006, 05:32:24 pm
I got one too. What kind of luck do they bring? Do your neighbors give you more stuff? Does Nook stock better stuff? Are you more likely to dig up fossils that you ain't never seen before?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on March 11, 2006, 06:29:59 pm
I have one too, my character is wearing it in her hair. I haven't noticed any luck though.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tonjevic on March 11, 2006, 07:06:08 pm
Cobra, I think it would be better if we instant messaged eachother to get together. I had my town open for about an hour before the thing disconnected.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 11, 2006, 07:10:59 pm
Its to do with the feng shui I think because all items have 2 colours associtated with them placing them in in the correct part of your house will bring you luck for example the snow board is both red and red so placing it in the top right hand corner brings the most luck because that section of the hous is red red The watermelon table is red and green so to get maximum points for that you place it in the bottom right hand corner of a room although you also get for placing it anywhere in the red or green sections.

Some items are naturally lucky such as the Master sword placing them anywhere in a room brings you luck some lucky items have a colour to them as well the triforce for example is lucky and it is yellow/yellow so although placing it anywhere in a room will bring luck the best place is in the top left corner as thats place is yellow yellow.

Now to clovers they are lucky green so placing them in any green area adds to your luck.

Here is diagram of the full size main room of your house and the colour areas of it.

y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/y, y/y,      ,      ,      ,     , r/r, r/r.
y/g, y/g, g/g, g/g, g/g, g/g, r/g, r/g.
y/g, y/g, g/g, g/g, g/g, g/g, r/g, r/g.


Well I only just logged on I think I mentioned in an earlier topic to send me an IM when you have your gates open.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on March 11, 2006, 10:06:57 pm
Ah, so four-leaf clovers are one of those lucky feng-shui items. I willremember to put it inthegreen area.

I will also remember to fix my keyboard.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 11, 2006, 10:45:08 pm
Yeah oh and 762 Hazzard county looks great. Love the confederite flags
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 12, 2006, 11:07:31 am
Yeah oh and 762 Hazzard county looks great. Love the confederite flags

 >:(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 12, 2006, 10:10:35 pm
What...

... the south shall rise again. :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 13, 2006, 04:02:52 am
Yeah, and the North will step on your little parade... again.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on March 13, 2006, 11:02:11 am
Yeah, just like the last time you effortlessly destroyed the southern armies, with absolutely no casualties on the northern side.

:P :P :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 13, 2006, 02:17:21 pm
We still won.

Did you forget that part?


Too bad your generals flaked out so much.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 13, 2006, 08:03:59 pm
Some people just can't appriciate some good old Dukes of Hazzard fun.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 14, 2006, 02:39:30 pm
Some people can't take a loss.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 14, 2006, 07:06:04 pm
I'm from Australia so technically I never won or lost.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 14, 2006, 07:20:14 pm
No.

You lost.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 14, 2006, 07:57:37 pm
Really I don't remember a war between Australia and America (The one in GTA is fictional).
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 15, 2006, 11:56:22 am
I didn't do two tours and take boomerang shrapnel in my head to come back here and have a bunch of hippies deny our history!!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on March 15, 2006, 02:52:58 pm
This is going off topic fast.. back to Animal Crossing... I haven't played in a week now. Hopefully next week I'll get back on track and play the game and visit some of the towns I haven't seen yet.  However, my turnips are now sitting on a table.. thank you Patman.  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on March 15, 2006, 02:54:51 pm
Your welcome!

Look, if turnips were meant to be put on the ground they would not rot!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 15, 2006, 08:27:21 pm
I don't think you have visited my town yet LadyM so we will have to fix that some day I don't think any of you have visited yet anyway if you want to just PM me I'll open the gates I'll open up although I'f I'm not paying attention it's because I'm only now getting a chance to listen to the latest podcast from steve.

Oh yeah I now have some turnips on a table so they are always ready incase of some fantastic prices anywhere in anyones towns.

Oh yeah one last thing anyone who starts cutting down trees or digging random holes in my town will get such a hiding I spent ages working on perfection people who are real nice might get some of my golden roses. (bribery helps)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 17, 2006, 09:16:14 pm
Hey I got a Royal Crown in my store today so if you have a speare 1,200,000 bells just laying around come on over but if you do buy it you have to let me hold it for a few seconds. Also feel free to take any of the designs i made that are being shown in the store.

Be sure to IM me to let me know to open my town gates.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on March 18, 2006, 05:02:47 am
I haven't been to your town and you haven't been to mine either which probably looks like crap now. I don't even know who lives there anymore. I probably missed the big turnip prices. I haven't been to Hazzard either.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 18, 2006, 08:06:54 pm
I've been to your town LadyM but you haven't been to mine we sat out the front of the Able sisters store showing off various patterns we made. (which I have more of now)

You havent been to my town though that I know of.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 26, 2006, 10:23:18 pm
If you get a monocle accessory, or a tuxedo outfit, I would like them.

BTW, have any of you guys met Dr. Shrunk?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 28, 2006, 05:56:27 pm
My DS is currently charging while sitting next to me the Gates are open to all visiters. I recently had someone from Hazzard county move in a little penguin. So if you want come visit ViceCity have fun bring presents (My turnip prices are kind of crappy so don't worry about that) But feel free to pick fruit for your own town I have tons of pears in the bottom right hand corner that you can take home.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 28, 2006, 06:32:53 pm
My DS is currently charging while sitting next to me the Gates are open to all visiters. I recently had someone from Hazzard county move in a little penguin. So if you want come visit ViceCity have fun bring presents (My turnip prices are kind of crappy so don't worry about that) But feel free to pick fruit for your own town I have tons of pears in the bottom right hand corner that you can take home.

Was it Cube? Was it?? Because he moved to Hazzard a few days ago.

I'll kill the b****rd.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 28, 2006, 06:51:39 pm
No its Aurora if you want you can pop round and visit see for your self gates are still open.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 28, 2006, 07:35:57 pm
Nah, I can't. Nintendo WiFi doesn't support WPE.

And if I take that off, my dad would have to reconfigure his laptop settings.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 28, 2006, 08:13:31 pm
Oh well just closed gates now anyway.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 28, 2006, 08:16:31 pm
Aaw! Right when I decided to come over!

You can disregard my PM, then.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on March 31, 2006, 05:55:57 am
So I'm gonna pick this game up today. Can someone answer a few questions for me please?

1. In order for people to visit your town, your DS has to be on and in multiplayer mode, correct? They sort of make it sound like you can open your town up for visitors, and people can come in whenever whether you're connected or not.

2. Can you send letters to other players? Like can I send a message, drop it in the mailbox, and then the next time I connect it gets emailed into their game or something?

3. Do the messages in bottles that you can throw into the water work with other players? Basically the same as the last question.

Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on March 31, 2006, 09:19:20 am
1. In order for people to visit your town, your DS has to be on. You must have the friend codes of your friends in your DS and they must have yours. You must be connected to the WiFi and open your gates or they must open theirs for you to visit. You can leave your DS on and the gates open for an extended period of time and others can visit without you being there.

2. You can send letters to other players when you are visiting in their town.

3. Other players can recieve your bottle messages. Other players who also are friends with your friend can receive them too.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on March 31, 2006, 07:30:39 pm
I hated aurora. She was a snotty little ugly animal. Now all I need is for someone to take all the muscleheads out of my town. Literally all of my male personalities talk only about working out. I just want some damn variety.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 31, 2006, 07:35:56 pm
I had a hawk in my town, Pierce who was a musclehead.

And I also had some girl who was going to leave town, but she didn't. Strange...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on March 31, 2006, 07:41:56 pm
I had a hawk in my town, Pierce who was a musclehead.

And I also had some girl who was going to leave town, but she didn't. Strange...

Yeah, if you catch them when they have their crap packed up and they say "Hey, bo, I'm moving out." You can change their decision.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on March 31, 2006, 07:47:57 pm
I'm almost certain that one of the penguin's I had in my town was gay. He has apparently been replaced by a gay frog.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 31, 2006, 08:16:14 pm
Yeah the most common male personality type seems to be jock although I've gotten rid of all of the ones in my town the lazy ones are better there ussually funny and have the coolest lines when they are sick.

"I can taste the clouds sweet fluffy clouds!"
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 31, 2006, 08:25:56 pm
I'm going to get my DS and open my gates for now anyone who wants to stop by is welcome.

They are open now and turnips are going for 152 bells a turnip.

Gates are going to be closed for a little while I have some stuff I have to do if you want to planning on stopping by just drop me a PM.

gates open again but not for long.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 01, 2006, 07:49:10 am
Anyone have a shovel for sale? It's the one tool I haven't been able to find yet :/

I've got apples and a 1 pear I can give away :)

If anyone's interested in connecting, AIM me. I'm drjonezmd

I'll be around for a few hours at least :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 01, 2006, 09:07:28 am
So since it's saturday it's flea market day. I had some people come to my house to buy  few things, but how do I buy stuff from their houses? I go up to stuff and have tried hitting all the buttons, but I can't seem to buy anything :[
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on April 01, 2006, 09:11:59 am
So since it's saturday it's flea market day. I had some people come to my house to buy  few things, but how do I buy stuff from their houses? I go up to stuff and have tried hitting all the buttons, but I can't seem to buy anything :[

I think you have to talk to the animal first, then they tell you the obvious "press a button in front of item" and you can buy their crap. Most of it, at least.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 01, 2006, 09:45:18 am
So since it's saturday it's flea market day. I had some people come to my house to buy  few things, but how do I buy stuff from their houses? I go up to stuff and have tried hitting all the buttons, but I can't seem to buy anything :[

I think you have to talk to the animal first, then they tell you the obvious "press a button in front of item" and you can buy their crap. Most of it, at least.

If I talk to someone, I just get the usual talk I'd get out of them if it wasn't flea market day :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on April 01, 2006, 10:00:46 am
Did you talk to them while they're in their house? By the way, are you sure it's a flee market day? The flee market isn't every Saturday.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 01, 2006, 10:06:39 am
Yeah, talked to them inside their house. And I know it's flea market day because when I load my game it centers on the town hall and makes the announcement that "omg today is flea market day" :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 01, 2006, 10:18:27 am
Talk to them about two times, when you go inside their house. They should say something like, "Would you like to buy anything?" and then you reply, yes, then they say, "Touch any item you want to look at." or something to that effect.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 01, 2006, 08:37:57 pm
Also you need to make sure your gates are closed when they are open they wont sell you stuff they just have normal conversations with you. So make sure you have your gates closed then go into the house of a animal that is home talk to them they will tell you to pick anything you like then pick something you want and they will make you an offer. Although you should know that not everything they have in there houses are for sale some things they will tell you they like it too much and wont sell it to you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on April 02, 2006, 09:47:24 am
The gates to my town are open. I added everyone who is on the list. I haven't been there in ages so there are weeds and roaches. I'm not actively playing but anyone who wants to come visit.. come on over. Feel free to pull weeds while your there.  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 02, 2006, 10:06:20 am
OK, I'm coming over LadyM. Don't shut 'em!

And Cobra, your town is freaking nice.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Martham112 on April 02, 2006, 10:44:26 am
My sis is in your town now LadyM! We said Hi!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 02, 2006, 10:45:58 am
I think that LadyM is away from her DS. I was over there for a while, and got most of the weeds out.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on April 02, 2006, 04:17:37 pm
Haha.. thanks for stopping by and pulling weeds. I opened my game and it lost connection at some point but glad someone made it. I'll open them again for awhile.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 02, 2006, 08:38:24 pm
My DS is beside me in the charger so I am leaving the gates open turnip prices arent any good (72 bells) just incase you want to know but the flower festival has started but that really doesn't mean much.

Although does anyone know why some trees have turned red?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 02, 2006, 09:03:30 pm
Although does anyone know why some trees have turned red?

Something to do with cherry blossoms. This, for some reason, doesn't actually effect the cherry trees, but I heard a townsperson talking about it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 02, 2006, 09:25:31 pm
Ok cherry Blossoms but it effects random trees. Strange.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 02, 2006, 09:26:28 pm
I'm pretty sure it effects everything but cedar and fruit trees. ???
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 02, 2006, 10:03:30 pm
Ok well thats strange.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 04, 2006, 05:04:18 am
Where do I go to upgrade my house? I've got the mortgage paid off, but I can't figure out how to expand :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on April 04, 2006, 05:09:49 am
Where do I go to upgrade my house? I've got the mortgage paid off, but I can't figure out how to expand :(

You have to go back the next day and visit the store again and he will offer to upgrade. You can't do it the same day you pay it off.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 04, 2006, 10:39:14 am
Where do I go to upgrade my house? I've got the mortgage paid off, but I can't figure out how to expand :(

You have to go back the next day and visit the store again and he will offer to upgrade. You can't do it the same day you pay it off.

Yeah, actually you can. I paid mine off, then went to the store to see him, and he said he would upgrade it. The next day, it was bigger!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: noogle on April 04, 2006, 11:15:34 am
the mortgage or the house?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 04, 2006, 11:18:25 am
Well, both. The house became bigger, but then I had to pay off the expansion.

Basically, it follows a pattern.

Get the House.
Pay Off Mortgage
Expand House
Pay Off Mortgage
Expand House
Pay Off Mortgage
And so on...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 04, 2006, 07:02:46 pm
As soon as you pay it off you can go straight to Nook to put up an extension and it will be done by the next day.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: thegreatloofa on April 05, 2006, 05:01:38 am
I just got this game yesterday and I'm loving it. It's a bit strange having differneces from the GC version (like Nook's shop being small again) though.

Also, can anyone (from the UK) reconmend a good wireless router I could buy that'll work with Nintendo's wifi?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on April 05, 2006, 05:13:55 am
Where do I go to upgrade my house? I've got the mortgage paid off, but I can't figure out how to expand :(

You have to go back the next day and visit the store again and he will offer to upgrade. You can't do it the same day you pay it off.

Yeah, actually you can. I paid mine off, then went to the store to see him, and he said he would upgrade it. The next day, it was bigger!

I was wrong?? Oh well.. I guess I haven't upgraded enough. I thought in the GC version you had to wait till the next day. *says she who has a town full of weeds*  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 05, 2006, 10:25:03 am
I was wrong?? Oh well.. I guess I haven't upgraded enough. I thought in the GC version you had to wait till the next day. *says she who has a town full of weeds*  ;)

Still? I thought I pulled all  those out. :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 08:23:00 pm
Sounds liek LadyM had that many that you would be there all day to get them all up.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 05, 2006, 08:26:14 pm
I got two four leaf clovers from LadyM's town. Does that tell you how many weeds there were? :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 10:14:09 pm
Is there a way to get the clovers cause every time I try to pull them up they dissappear or is it just random?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 05, 2006, 10:15:39 pm
Is there a way to get the clovers cause every time I try to pull them up they dissappear or is it just random?

It's completely random, I think. You just pull one up, and it will either go away, or a message will say, "Hey! I found a four-leaf clover!"
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 10:17:40 pm
Anyone know what the odds are because I pulled up a few they pretty much have all just dissappeared.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on April 05, 2006, 10:19:01 pm
It is random...

If you want one, I have (Not lying) about thirty of them in my house.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 10:31:36 pm
How come you seemed to have all the luck picking them?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on April 05, 2006, 10:35:32 pm
Because my town had clover on every square....

 :'(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 10:41:00 pm
How you manage that you bee lazy in your weeding were you?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on April 05, 2006, 10:43:29 pm
Well I have not played Wild World in about a month and a half.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 05, 2006, 10:50:39 pm
That would explain everything.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 06, 2006, 06:14:28 am
What do four leaf clovers do?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on April 06, 2006, 12:00:24 pm
Nothing at all.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: DrJonez on April 06, 2006, 02:38:21 pm
They have to do SOMETHING.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on April 06, 2006, 02:39:04 pm
They have to do SOMETHING.

They have good feng shui.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on April 08, 2006, 02:57:01 pm
My gate's open. Come on in.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 10, 2006, 07:01:27 pm
Hey people the DS is in the charger and than gates will be open pretty much all day so come on over if you feel like visiting.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 13, 2006, 04:03:35 am
Come one come all turnips prices are at 573 bells a pop gates are open but be quick Nook's closes in 2 hours people gather your turnips and come to ViceCity get rich pay off that loan! Gates are open now.

Ok Family guy and American dad are about to start so gates are being closed you could have been rich richer than kings but you blew it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on April 19, 2006, 09:35:08 pm
My DS is in the charger the gates aren't open right now bu if you want to stop by just PM me and I go open them right now turnips are at 172 bells.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: xcoldcloudx on June 03, 2006, 12:47:09 pm
come to my brothers town the gates are usually open

Quote
Heres my brothers code:


Friend Code 2964-2462-3435

name Taylor

town Kentucky

He has all the fruit   Just dont cut down tree's/trample flowers, you can take fruit though if u need it. please come and visit it, so he can get the hair stylist expansion.

Just respect the town. and please buy something in tom nooks for hair expansion. ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Pinstar on June 17, 2006, 02:27:57 pm
My gates are open. I'll have 'em open most evenings now that I have my wireless USB plug in. feel free to pick the flowers and orange trees, and please do buy something from Nook. He might not be ready to expand fully yet, but he'll be there one day.
Here is my info:

2749-5060-4619
Pinstar from Adledale

Local Fruit: Oranges
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on June 20, 2006, 05:38:25 am
I updated my DS today and added everyone who has posted a friend code. Be sure it add me if you want to visit my town. Once the friend list is full, which is soon, I'll be deleting the ones who have never been confirmed.

My friend code is 0773-7014-2519
LadyM from Jarville

I'm opening the gates now and will keep them open all day if anyone wants to visit. I might not be actively playing but feel free to visit my town. It's raining today.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on June 20, 2006, 06:10:13 am
I stopped playing about a month ago it was a hard addiction to break still had a look a few days ago man the town went to heck at least not many townies left.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Clayface on June 25, 2006, 01:58:44 pm
Well I just got this game yesterday.
but i dont have a power cord so I am gonna go buy a DS lite before I can play it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on June 25, 2006, 02:22:27 pm
It was such a fun game... But with the whole "weeds will infest your town and you'll have no friends left" aspect of the game, it felt more like a chore to fire up the DS than it was a game. Now I don't even want to play anymore because there's not much game left if all I can do is pull weeds and talk to one person over and over.

*sigh*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on June 27, 2006, 01:46:51 pm
My game is on and the gates are open if anyone wants to visit.

Since we have so many people signed up for this game, what if we each took a day that we would keep the gates open so if someone wanted to vist, they could. We could try it out for a week and see how it goes. Maybe it would pick up the interest in the game a little. More than one person could pick the same day.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on June 28, 2006, 05:45:15 am
I think thats a good idea although I haven't touched the game in a while so my town has gone to crap and currently I been getting back into Pokemon Ruby all this talk of the new poke games as re-ignited the desire to catch them all.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: werechicken on June 28, 2006, 03:37:45 pm
I was thinking off getting this game, but I'm kinda worried that I'd become addicted if I did
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on June 28, 2006, 04:11:09 pm
It's one of my favorites because its not mind intensive. You can pick up and play anytime. I played he gamecube version for a long time. The fact you can visit other people's town by wifi is the coolest part.

Oh and don't show your parents if you get it because you will never get it back.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on June 29, 2006, 04:23:34 am
See thats when you go out get yourself a DS lite and your own copy of the game then you can visit your perants towns trade fruit stuff for your houses and you townies wont bitch about you not inviting people over enough.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: dusk33 on July 25, 2006, 04:06:24 pm
Er I've just got AC WW for DS and don't havva clue. Do I just put these codes in to travel or do I do something else?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: LadyM on July 25, 2006, 04:51:02 pm
Er I've just got AC WW for DS and don't havva clue. Do I just put these codes in to travel or do I do something else?

Use use the codes for traveling to visit other towns or to open your gate to let others visit yours. You have to connect to a wifi in order to get a friend code. Once you get your code, post it in the thread with your character name and town name. If others put your code into their game you can visit each other.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: dusk33 on July 25, 2006, 05:22:44 pm
Thanks but er... what's a WIFI? Duh! I know I'm dumb! :P :-[
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on July 25, 2006, 05:26:16 pm
The wireless internet connection. The DS will connect to the internet through either the wireless connection in your house or with a special adaptor that makes your computer turn it wireless. The booklet should tell you more and the Nitenedo website. I think you have to register your DS on the website too.

Oh and you can also use WiFi hot spots in other locations like McDonalds.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Granite T. Rock on July 26, 2006, 07:55:52 pm
Hey Folks,

I'm debating if I should get Animal Crossing.  Normally I don't think it would be the type of game for me, especially given the cartoony nature of the graphics.  Not that there's anything wrong with that, it just gives me the vibe it's something I might not like.  However I'm wondering if maybe I misjudged.  Normally I like games like the Myst series and play other games like battlefield etc.  I have the Sims 2 for PC and find I'll play it intently for a month and forget about it for 4 months and then rediscover it again for another month.  More recently I tried the Sims 2 for DS and while somewhat linear I'm finding I quite enjoy it... something that surprised me.  My sense (which could very well be completely wrong) is that Animal Crossing is similar to Sims 2 DS but more complex and diverse. 

Given this limited info about me... can anyone hazard a guess whether Animal Crossing would be a good investment for myself?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on July 26, 2006, 08:12:28 pm
It's kind of like Sims, but you're the sim, and you actually get to know people. I guess it's more like the portable Sims in that sense.

I wholly recommend it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Sensei Jinx on August 22, 2006, 07:00:18 pm
Hey, I haven't visited these forums in quite awhile. I don't know if any of you will remember me, although I've been around almost since the beginning. ^_^

Anyway, I recently got access to Nintendo WFC. Which also reinvigorated my interest in this game.

I'll add some of you people, according to the codes over at the Animal Crossing Friends code topic. Feel free to add me too!

5412-4268-4563

Nate in Taiton

I'll be on for awhile tonight, if anybody feels so inclined to visit. My town ain't all that impressive, though, and my house is a mess. ^_^
Title: Is animal Crossing Ds a good game?
Post by: White Owl on August 30, 2006, 05:06:59 pm
Well is it? Or is its gamecube counter part better. I would like to know so i know which one to buy
Title: Re: Is animal Crossing Ds a good game?
Post by: Malt on August 30, 2006, 05:10:39 pm
Yes, it is. Quite superior to the Cube, especially if you have somebody to wi-fi with. I'm not going to list every feature, you can look at those for yourself.
Title: Re: Is animal Crossing Ds a good game?
Post by: Danzik on August 30, 2006, 05:18:00 pm
I'd highly recommend checking out this (http://www.gamingsteve.com/blab/index.php?topic=5909.0) thread. 
It should answer many of your questions.

As for my own opinion, I got tired of it rather quickly due to how restrictive the opportunities for wireless were and the amount of repetitive tasks that need to be done in order to obtain small rewards.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on August 30, 2006, 05:22:14 pm
Merged with other thead.

It's very good and has different options than the gamecube version. The best being the wifi ability to have four people play at the same time in a town. Many parts of the game are the same and the GC version has other options like the Island. I have both and I couldn't really recommend one over the other.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on August 30, 2006, 05:39:19 pm
I don't like it.

I didn't like the GameCube version either, so it is just my personal opinion on the game. It is a good game, it's just not my type of game, despite my love for The Sims.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: White Owl on August 30, 2006, 09:09:26 pm
Thank you I enjoy the feed back. I was also wondering how do the graphics compare. I mean is it really easy to notice the difference between gamecube and DS or is it slight
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Naronto on September 02, 2006, 03:38:01 pm
There is a distict diffrence with the DS looking more pixelated.
However the acctual gameplay is superior
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: White Owl on September 02, 2006, 04:43:52 pm
Cool I just got the game and I would love to visit and have visitors. I will try and keep my gate open as much as possible!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on September 23, 2006, 01:07:53 pm
I got this game a few weeks ago, but I can't connect with it.  :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on October 05, 2006, 03:08:12 pm
My gate is open for the next... bit. Anyone who happens to be on my friend list is welcome, just don't litter, rip up flowers, or cut down trees please. Also, I saw Blanca with a pattern from someone from cooltwn. Anyone know who is from cooltwn?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on October 25, 2006, 07:51:13 pm
So, how did the acorn collecting go?  :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on October 26, 2006, 07:35:40 am
Gosh I haven't played this in a long time, I should dig it out and catch up on my town. Maybe we could set up and Animal Crossing day so people can visit each other.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on October 26, 2006, 06:39:44 pm
Do you think they will let me install the usb wifi connector on my PC at work
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on October 26, 2006, 06:43:10 pm
I have the game but not a wireless network at home...I'll be getting one for the wii though so I'll be able to play sometime after dec 7th. I wouldn't recommend people come to my town though so I'll go visiting!  ;)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on October 26, 2006, 06:52:11 pm
Should have just got the wifi adapter from nintendo.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 01, 2006, 06:19:34 pm
A UFO flew over my town today. I tried to shoot it down with the slingshot, but I wasn't fast enough. Was that what I was supposed to do? And, what happens if I shoot it down?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 01, 2006, 06:53:48 pm
You have to fix it because you were a mean person shooting down peoples space ships.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 01, 2006, 06:54:59 pm
Are you making that up?...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 01, 2006, 06:58:26 pm
Nope although if you do nothing when you shoot it down when you turn the game on again it's gone I think you get somethnig for fixing it not sure.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 01, 2006, 07:01:18 pm
That's what I thought. I was just asking because that game seems to be a bit strange sometimes, so I was just making sure.  :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 06, 2006, 06:44:33 pm
http://gonintendo.com/?p=8004

Woo!

Log on to Nintendo Wi-Fi during the week of the Wii's launch, and Nintendo will send you a special item in your mailbox to celebrate the launch of Zelda!

What is it? Maybe the Triforce or the Master Sword?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on November 06, 2006, 06:46:09 pm
Maybe a Metroid!!!

Hahaha... that would make a lot of sense and no sense at the same time...


Probably a Wii controller or something or maybe a wolf statue.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 06, 2006, 06:50:56 pm
It's to celebrate Zelda, so I don't think it would be Wii related.

I'm still hoping for a Master Sword...

...and I hope that it is more than just a decoration.

 ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on November 06, 2006, 06:52:41 pm
I thought the Master Sword was already an object... but it was rare wasn't it... so they would be giving everyone a rare item... cool!


Unless I am getting this version mixed up with the GCN version...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 06, 2006, 06:54:40 pm
I haven't found one yet. It might be in there; I'm not sure.

What if it was an NES with the original Legend of Zelda (sort of like the NES games in the GameCube version). That would be a nice surprise. Better than a decoration.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on November 06, 2006, 06:56:17 pm
Nah... I think they took those out of the DS version because the DS does not have the required processing power to handle the ROMs and keeping Animal Crossing updated...


I think.



Although that would be VERY cool!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 06, 2006, 08:04:57 pm
It was probably done so that they could sell more of those games on their Virtual Console, rather than get it for free on your DS.

Though the ability to transfer NES and SNES Virtual Console games to your DS from the Wii would be incredibly awsome! That is something that would make me buy a couple of my favorite games on the Virtual Console.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 07, 2006, 11:29:28 am
Hey, I'm just starting to work in the stalk market. Here's a question: once grown, do red turnips ever rot? I'm starting the long train to get the golden axe.

Anyone is welcome to my town if they see my gates open.

Which they haven been in weeks...

Also, PLEASE notify us on this forum if Tom Nook happens to be buying turnips at a very high price.  :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 04:13:29 pm
If you fail to water thr turnips they rot. Just water them everyday and sell them on the saturday after you buy them doesn't matter what the rate is red turnip prices are based on the size of the turnip not the state of the stalk market.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 07, 2006, 04:52:42 pm
I mean after I water them every day and pick them a week later, do they rot after that?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 05:05:57 pm
To be honest i think as lon as u water them they stay for ever i have had them in the ground until the next Sunday but they dont get any bigger so if u plant on Sunday they will be at the most valuable by the following Saturday.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 07, 2006, 05:47:36 pm
Spoiler?

Can you just plant the axe to make it golden or does that only work with the shovel?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 06:20:29 pm
it's hardly a spiler with Animal crossing but anyway it only works with shovel. Golden watering can is keep a perfect town for 15 days in a row golden net catch all bugs golden rod catch all fish slingshot shoot I think 15 items out of the sky.

The Axe is very complex it invovles trading tons of items
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 07, 2006, 06:27:50 pm
Oh, I just didn't want people saying that was a spoiler and blah blah blah.

What do you mean by a perfect town? And how much time do I have to remove weeds and all that stuff, then?

And thanks for telling me about that, I didn't know that. :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 06:39:20 pm
I think if you weed everyday you have to have enough flowers around town and the right amount of trees in various areas and no trash laying around. You can find out if u have a perfect town by going to town hall if you need more trees and flowers they will say u need mroe green just keep planting flowers I dont htink you can have to many just make sure they are equally distributed. i can't remeber how trees ned to be set out something like if u deivde the town in to a 4 by 4 grid u need somehting like 4 or 5 trees in each section. i can't remember what is said if you need more or less of something Gamefaqs will tell you more.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 07, 2006, 07:24:03 pm
Thanks. :)
Every time I go there it has told me I need more green. So I guess I just need even more plants. Even though I planted a few things a while back.  :-\ My house is surrounded by flowers...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 08:13:40 pm
The flowers need to be spread all the way across town evenly as possibly it doesnt have to be even if memory serves u can have about 50 in 1 area as long as u can plenty in the rest of town as well. Trees are the hardest to get the can't be right next to each other and you can't have too many or too little.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 07, 2006, 08:30:03 pm
Will it work if I just fill as much as I can with flowers? :P or do I also need to have a few trees?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 07, 2006, 08:54:28 pm
No need both flowers and trees. If you got fruit trees from other towns use them then grow fruit which you can sell for 500 bells a pop.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 08, 2006, 04:50:46 pm
Do I ever get different fruit trees without having to get them from another town? :-\
And do all towns start with pear trees?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 08, 2006, 05:48:47 pm
i think if you send fruit to neighbours inthe mail theres a chance they will mail u non-native fruit back. Each town starts with one of 5 native fruits. I had pears as well my friend had cherries. Occasionlly a cocnut will wash up on the shore if you plant i at the very top of the beach where the sand meets the grass it will become as coconut palmtree which give coconuts that are the same value as other non native fruit. Still if you dont hav access to wifi your best bet is to mail pears to your neighbours.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 08, 2006, 05:52:11 pm
Oh, thanks.

I planted a coconut once, but it was near my house. I didn't know they had to be planted by the beach and it seems to just have disappeared...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 08, 2006, 07:26:48 pm
yeah its have to bu on the edge of the beach.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Henqix on November 09, 2006, 09:56:59 am
My in game mother sends me all kinds of fruits.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 09, 2006, 02:19:21 pm
Those mother mails are annoying.

lol...

I just throw em out.

Unless it's my birthday and I get bells...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 10, 2006, 02:34:04 pm
I think they are all right.
Anyways, I buried a coconut and the tree seems to be growing ok.

And I was wondering, how many La-Di-Days are there in a year? There have already been two since I bought the game a couple of months ago...

And, how long does it take to be a good enough friend for someone to give you their picture?

I have also been sending lots of letters with fruit.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 10, 2006, 10:33:52 pm
Theres a few gamefaqs has a list of all speacial days and such. Just keep sending fruit out its not a garenteed way to get fruit but with out wifi it's the only way I know of.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on November 11, 2006, 06:19:00 am
Lual, did you post a friend code? Have you been able to connect by WiFi yet?

I decided to visit my town today since its been awhile and its a mess.  :-\ I'm going to leave the gates open for awhile if anyone wants to visit.

*gates open*

*gates closed*
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 11, 2006, 08:01:25 am
I'm starting to get into the game too, after about...3 months! I've barely played it since I got it in July, but I'm starting to get into it now.

At least I got all of the weeds out! :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 11, 2006, 11:09:19 am
Today I got lots of letters. Two of them had fruit. One was a peach, and one was a cherry.
 
No, I haven't been able to connect to WiFi yet. :-\

And how do I become a member of Redd's store?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on November 11, 2006, 11:10:13 am
And how do I become a member of Redd's store?

Buy lots of things, and I believe it's automatic.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 11, 2006, 11:11:23 am
No, not Nook's shop.

Redd is the little weasel guy that won't let you buy anything in his store until you are a member.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on November 11, 2006, 11:14:40 am
Oh, sorry. Talk to people around town, they'll give you the password. Then you have to pay him 3000 bells to become a member, and you'll get the password mailed to you every week.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 11, 2006, 12:05:16 pm
I have gotten the password. And I have visited him when I have money, but he doesn't tell me that I can pay him to become a member. :-\
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on November 11, 2006, 01:44:30 pm
I have gotten the password. And I have visited him when I have money, but he doesn't tell me that I can pay him to become a member. :-\

What did he tell you?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 11, 2006, 03:27:13 pm
Oh, nevermind, I got it now. Thanks anyways.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 11, 2006, 07:12:55 pm
I played it a little bit lately although just for something to do now I got Meteos to tide me over in the Wii is released.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 12, 2006, 02:03:46 pm
I planted lots of trees today. About 20. I have to wait and see if they grow now.

Also, I planted like 4 trees two days ago, 3 with a non-native fruit (the peach, the cherry, and the coconut) and all of them seem to be growing. ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on November 12, 2006, 03:50:32 pm
Well... that sucked. I bought bells a wekk ago for 94 ro so bells per turnip. And all week Nook was buying at low prices. Friday rolls around and my siblings leave town for the weekend. I stay behind. My sister brought her DS and about half an hour after they leave she calls me up, turns out, Tom is buying turnips in her town for 550 bells per turnip. I spend the next half hour trying to figure out if I can visit her town via wireless, but no luck.

At least I got to sell on Saturday for the not-so-bad price of 130 BPT.

But still...

I think I nearly cried.  :'(


Also, I'm pretty badly sick. Can't walk straight, and last night I had to spend a couple hours outside at like 65 degrees (brr).
That didn't help.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 12, 2006, 05:48:54 pm
Also, I'm pretty badly sick. Can't walk straight, and last night I had to spend a couple hours outside at like 65 degrees (brr).

65 degrees is cold?

 :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 12, 2006, 08:33:25 pm
Hehe, I finally got K.K. to sing a song.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 12, 2006, 08:36:19 pm
How hard is that talk to him and then go sit in the chair.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 13, 2006, 05:45:44 pm
I know, I know. I just didn't know that I had to do that...   :-[

Also, I got Sable to actually talk. ( I know that's not too hard either)

And all the trees that I planted seem to be growing.

So yeah, my town is doing pretty good right now.

I just wish I could connect to Wi-fi so that I got Nookington's...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 13, 2006, 08:43:44 pm
Order a wifi connector from nintendo they don't cost much u only need a usb port and an DSL or better conenction. I bought one just organised a money order through the post office it was well worth it.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 13, 2006, 08:54:55 pm
Isn't it like $35? I don't know if I have even that much to spend right now. :-\
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 13, 2006, 09:03:17 pm
I'm not sure i think it may have been less then I'm not sure it's been a while since I checked it was like almost a year ago i got mine it was worth every cent if you ask me I had some troubles early on but that was my computer I think. Had some great times in Mario Kart and looking at snowmen in LadyM's town. :P
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 20, 2006, 05:29:05 pm
I upgraded my house! But it says I can't put anything else down because it's too full. :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 20, 2006, 08:39:11 pm
Well then keep upgrading soon you will get more rooms.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on November 20, 2006, 10:42:20 pm
Well then keep upgrading soon you will get more rooms.

Keep wishing.

Also, I started playing this game again. How do you guys make most of your money? I usually sell fruit.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 21, 2006, 01:36:21 am
Keep the rare fruit in store Then when Joanis selling turnips on the cheap buy heaps leave them on tables so they don't rot and sell on the Nook when his price goes sky high. Also grab a handfull to sell during the week for a little bit of profit. If you got not much else to do just dangle a line in the water and grab all the fish you can for some decent cash.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 21, 2006, 04:24:32 pm
I don't really have an specific way of making money. I just sell anything I can or want to sell.
Also, I think I am one upgrade away from getting another room, but it will probably take a long time to get my mortgage payed...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Henqix on November 22, 2006, 11:52:42 am
Hitting a certain stone with your shovel will earn you up to 8500 a day.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on November 22, 2006, 05:52:59 pm
yeah thats right stand directly north west of the stone dig a hole to you north and to your west to stop u from getting knocked back. then start hitting the rock if money comes out keep hitting  until money bags are everywhere. if no money comes out fill in the hoels and try another rock. The Magic rock moves everyday.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 24, 2006, 06:08:48 pm
I'm making friends with the pigeon guy at the Roost, and he has started offering me new blends.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Piloteer on November 24, 2006, 06:28:19 pm
Did anyone find out what the secret item is when you connected to Wi-Fi this week? Something is supposed to arrive in your mailbox if you connected this week to celebrate the release of Zelda.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on November 25, 2006, 11:36:56 am
Yay! I got the picture of another one of my neighbors. I have two now. Don't their pictures give me a lot of points for my room, or what are they for?

Edit: It started snowing today!  ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 03, 2007, 06:08:17 pm
i started playing this again the other day I found a pass time that I hadn't rememebered in the longest time. Making Snowmen. then of course selling furniture for much money. Better yet wait until a flea market and sell for crazy amounts.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 10, 2007, 09:40:49 pm
I'm guilty of writing this game off as crap way too soon.

I bought it months ago, played it for a couple of weeks and couldn't get into it and then I picked it up again in the last few weeks. There's alot more to it than designing clothes (which I hate) and talking to the animals (which gets repetitive) so I'm glad I did. Sooner or later I'll get a wireless router so people can come trash my town but for now I have a question

what purpose does the message in a bottle serve if you aren't connected to wireless? I got a message in a bottle the other day and I've no idea why.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 11, 2007, 02:54:12 am
You can get random messages from no where in particular they just funny messages that mean nothing. Now hurry up Manna get your wireless netowrk setup. Also what fruit do you have in your town I'll bring some of everything else for you so you can make money faster.

I'll also give you some of my designs just because you didn't like doing it I found it a great thing to do while listening to the Gaming steve podcast. Speaking of which I drop my gaming steve pattern in your clothes store nothing like having your town mates getting about in Gaming steve shirts.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 11, 2007, 02:24:55 pm
Sounds great! I can afford to get a router now but the comp hardware store that used to be right under our building moved 4-6 blocks away and I'm not sure where exactly...I might go for a walk saturday morning and see if I can find it.

My native fruit is apples. I've just started getting a couple of foreign fruits as gifts from my animals but it'd be much faster for you to bring me a bunch.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 11, 2007, 02:59:16 pm
Maybe its time to fire mine back up too. I want shirts. I forgot what my native fruit is.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 11, 2007, 03:43:29 pm
I got Pears as the native fruit but i can bring you anything you like. I'm sure i gave you shirts last year LadyM oh well if you ever want my character to visit I can stop on by and drop anything you like in you Able sisters store. Your you can stop by my town take a look for your self. Generally I gave the gaming steve shirt I made to anyone I visited.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 11, 2007, 05:15:45 pm
You might have, maybe I need to take a look around the shop again.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 11, 2007, 05:24:49 pm
Iiiinteresting. Do you grow many coconuts too? I've been looking along the shore but only one has washed up so far and it didn't grow. Tom Nook's shop upgraded to a Nookway or something today...it's sad that I'm excited about that...

Why do people make such a thing about selling turnips? Dont you get a better profit out of foreign fruit since you didn't pay for it?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 11, 2007, 06:01:05 pm
non-native fruit regrows every 3 days and sells for 500 bells My garden for example is pretty full of fruit most trees bare fruit with a handful of trees with pears for visitors to take home. Still i probably got about 200,000 worth of fruit when it is all grown. Thats pretty good and well worth it. generally during the week if you have a few friends theres a good chance you can make that amount of turnips once a week. Most people will buy them for around 100 bells and with a hand full of friends someone during the week will have them going for 200 bells which means you can almost double your money. At the very least if you store them on tables you can keep them for ever. I had turnips in my town on Wedensday afternoon going for 512 Bells I now have finished paying off my house since I started up.

Then theres the turnip you plant in the ground keep that watered everyday and you will make a packet selling it on Saturday. Fruit grows automatically so costs next to nothing and you can make heaps off it but turnips can potentially be the best money earner if you play the market right if you concentrate on both Turnips and fruit selling you make money very fast.

When you got nothing to sell and want to kill time grab a fishing rod just throw back horse mackerals and Sea Bass they aren't worth the space in the inventory.

Ill bring coconuts when i stop buy be sure to plant them ont he edge of the beach right where the grass meets the sand.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 11, 2007, 06:14:57 pm
Okie dokie then, I'll try to get the router on Saturday and i'll put my friend code up here for anyone interested. Just promise not to laugh at how horribly shabby my town is, I've made no effort to plant flowers or trees and I only just managed to finish pulling all the weeds.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 11, 2007, 06:27:42 pm
it's cool give a week of watering flowers that are already there and they breed quickly and spread like wildfire You dont need too many more trees unless you going for the perfect garden to get a golden watering can. generally when I plant fruit trees i chop down a non fruit baring tree and replace it as its almost a sure thing when u plant fruit it will grow there.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 12, 2007, 11:10:00 pm
Soooo, I got my wireless router so I'm good to go!

my gates are open now for anyone who wants to visit.

Closed
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 12, 2007, 11:11:21 pm
Soooo, I got my wireless router so I'm good to go!

my gates are open now for anyone who wants to visit, I'll let you know when I close em again.

Did you add people from the list to your roster?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 12, 2007, 11:12:25 pm
yeh but just a couple coz I wasn't sure how many people would still be playing and its a lot of effort! Should I add you?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 12, 2007, 11:57:29 pm
I added you manna I'll be around to visit in about 10 maybe 15 mins.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 13, 2007, 01:55:21 am
Let me know how those trees grow manna
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: LadyM on January 13, 2007, 05:47:15 am
Manna, I just added you to my list. I also deleted a bunch of people who I added and never added me or logged on. My list was getting full. My town is full of weeds again.  :P I'll open my gates later tonight if you you want to visit.

Cobra: I have one from you called Spore but not a Gaming Steve.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Manna on January 13, 2007, 03:56:46 pm
Well, a fair chunk of the fruit I planted seems to be growing. There's a few that didn't but I cant remember where I planted everything so I dont know which ones they are. All the coconuts are growing though so thats good.

We'll have to organise a time, LadyM so Cobra and I can come visit your town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Vivec on January 13, 2007, 04:03:22 pm
Manna, you could add me if you want. I'd rather come to your town because I'm too scared to look at mine after all this time. :-\
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 13, 2007, 07:53:06 pm
Looks like it's going to be a party at Manna's town.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on January 19, 2007, 04:07:45 pm
Sister's getting the game, how do you connect to wifi? I have wireless broadband.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 19, 2007, 09:15:49 pm
Just set up the connection through the DS the instruction manual should tell you how.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on January 20, 2007, 02:38:27 am
Just read the whole thread in one sitting on my psp!

Now I want my own copy of the game!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on January 20, 2007, 08:27:49 pm
Ok well I'm going to go away for a few days I figure if anyone wants anything from ym town who is playing now just let me know you can visit me or I'll visit you.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on January 24, 2007, 10:42:39 am
My sister got the game and is gonna let me set up wi-fi, although I have had a bad history with DS and wi-fi, so wish me luck!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on February 01, 2007, 09:38:32 pm
I recently spent two days just picking up fruit and selling it. (after spending a couple of days taking off weeds...) So, I was finally able to pay off my mortgage and get a bigger house. Now, I have to see if I do the same thing to pay off this new mortgage...
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 02, 2007, 02:42:24 am
If you need any extra fruits just ask I got plenty I can bring round help you get the set heres a tip although bit late now maybe but with the flea market tommorow keep your snowman funiture you get for making snowmen sell it at the flea market you can make about 30,000 a peice from that stuff.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on February 02, 2007, 11:02:39 am
Yes! I finally got Nookingtons and the second upgrade of my house (both within one hour). I have apples as my native fruit but also cherries and coconuts.

EDIT - My sister literally walked in right after this was posted and told me she got oranges from her friend. :D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on February 02, 2007, 05:34:20 pm
If you need any extra fruits just ask I got plenty I can bring round help you get the set heres a tip although bit late now maybe but with the flea market tommorow keep your snowman funiture you get for making snowmen sell it at the flea market you can make about 30,000 a peice from that stuff.

Well, I still can't connect with my DS...

I didn't get any furniture since I wasn't sure how the perfect snowman was supposed to be so I only made three crappy snowmen. :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: shall on February 02, 2007, 06:05:32 pm
Some how I managed to make one perfect snowman, and two or three, crappy ones that seem to have depression, lol.  All they do is mope around saying how lonely they are. 

If anybody is in the giving mood I would love to have some peaches or any other foreign fruit.  I have coconuts, pears, and cherries!  Feel free to shop at Nooks too!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 02, 2007, 11:46:03 pm
I'd always be happy to bring some stuff around. As for snowmen it takes a bit of practice but body should be full sized the head just a bit smaller about the same size as your own character. If it is to big roll it int he dirt for a while. Just make sure you got the body at full size 1st keep rolling until it's not getting any bigger then find the other snow ball for the head roll it so its near by the head and then becareful not to put it on the body to early when the head is about the same size as the character roll it ont he body.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on February 03, 2007, 11:41:57 am
Oh, thanks.

Somehow I put the head too early by accident two of the three times... :-[
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 03, 2007, 03:49:17 pm
Good ways to make money:

-Buy an assload of turnips, as many as you can afford/ fit in your house. Sometimes you can make a 4x profit
-Start an orchard of foreign fruit
-Plant a bag of money. You have to water it every day, but it pays back 300%.
-Sell ID'd dinosaur bones. They're usually good for about 1,200 bells.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 03, 2007, 08:34:59 pm
Be sure to know how to store turnips so they don't spoil place a shovel or something ont he ground next to a table stand of shovel and drop turnips the land on the table and will last for ever until you get a good price at the store.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 08, 2007, 02:07:29 am
Yes I know double post but I just thought I'd let people know that my town gates are open Nook is buying turnips for 333 bells a pop so if you got some you want to get rid of help pay off that debt come on over gates will be open all night just remember its 9pm in my time zone so if memory serves Nooks closes at 11 give you about 2 hours to get here to sell your stuff. Also feel free to take some fruit if you want no need to leave anything your self I have payed off the house already.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: shall on February 08, 2007, 05:40:57 pm
DANG-that's awesome.  How long did you have to wait to get a price like that?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 08, 2007, 07:00:03 pm
Odds are pretty good I might have a good price again tonight no garantees I was going to check during my lunch break to be sure if they are good I'll post quicly and maybe even have my gates open longer. Tonight if its worth opening them.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: 762 on February 08, 2007, 07:13:16 pm
After about 4 weeks of turning some pretty good profits (30-40 per turnip) I finally caught a huge break when I bought them for about 60 and sold them for about 450. I made a million bells and paid off my house and started decorating smartly.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on February 11, 2007, 03:26:43 am
Got all the fruit!

Where do you buy turnips on Sundays?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 11, 2007, 02:42:01 pm
From Joan who is a warthog you will see walking about your town Sunday's before noon.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Lazerbyte on February 27, 2007, 06:55:16 pm
Oops I forgot to put in my code 0859-9274-5123 GayTown and Brad is the name of my char!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Lazerbyte on February 27, 2007, 06:59:30 pm
My town is open so if you want to come visit drop on by! :) my code 085992745123 Brad and GayTown See you online!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Cobra on February 27, 2007, 07:36:26 pm
You know you didn't need to make 3 posts in a row you could have just edited the 1st post.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Lazerbyte on March 11, 2007, 01:01:32 am
Yes this is true.

I need people to come visit my town!
Title: Re: Animal Crossing Wild World: Friend Codes
Post by: Cobra on March 11, 2007, 01:43:59 am
Well if you were online I'd see what I could do about stopping by.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lazerbyte on March 13, 2007, 08:27:57 pm
I'm online now :) but that's just DS to DS with my partner :)
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on March 13, 2007, 08:37:18 pm
I'm no where near my wireless network so it don't matter.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on June 26, 2007, 04:40:26 pm
For some strange reason I was able to get a code from Pokemon Diamond, but I can't even connect with AC. Any idea why this might be happening?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on June 26, 2007, 05:15:51 pm
None at all you can try and test your connection on your DS see if it is still connecting.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Lualmoba on June 26, 2007, 07:33:27 pm
I did. I tried it with the Pokemon game and I was able to connect, but it won't connect once I put AC in. :-\
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on June 26, 2007, 08:26:52 pm
So not even when u run a connection test. I'd be having a word with Nintendo they are generally very helpful with problems you have.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PikMini on July 29, 2007, 10:11:47 am
My town is sucky on acww  :(
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Yannick on August 16, 2007, 11:24:37 am
So, I just got Animal Crossing. Anyone who I can sneak into?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Kishmond on August 19, 2007, 07:16:05 pm
Hey, does that same midnight-ghost come up in the DS version like on Gamecube? The one that cleans weeds? Cause my town is ugly.  :-\
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Yannick on August 21, 2007, 08:40:48 am
Don't think so.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Itachi_Uchiha on September 04, 2007, 12:39:00 am
You mean K.K. Slider, he is to wee wee we woo for me. if you no what I mean. ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Plank of Wood on September 04, 2007, 03:38:08 am
No I don't know what you mean  ;D
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on September 04, 2007, 07:26:57 am
Nor do I.

Anywho,  LadyM might let you check out her town.
I no longer possess the game.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Luminar on February 08, 2008, 08:43:55 am
Sorry for the 120daybump.

Anyway, i've been pondering getting this, but i'm not sure. Can anyone give me some pointers as to what to expect if I do get it, if it's worth it, etc etc.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Tesla on February 08, 2008, 09:15:28 am
I surprise myself by saying this, but I don't recommend this game over the other chart-toppers out there. It gets tiring when you finish upgrading your house and get the last Nook's.

So unless you like a life-simulator that's more boring than reality, I wouldn't get this.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: PatMan33 on February 08, 2008, 11:44:19 am
It is a polished version of Animal Crossing with multiplayer, that's about it. So if you really like Animal Crossing or have never played the first you should get this, otherwise pass.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on February 08, 2008, 06:14:25 pm
It's worth checking out if you didn't play it on the Gamecube.
Should be pretty cheap used by now.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on February 09, 2008, 08:27:03 pm
If you didn't play the GC version then that's a big reason to get this. True there is little to do once you maxed out your house and are out of debt. Keep in mind this will take you a better part of a year to do anyway so while it is true that once you have done everything you have little left to do tell me what game that isn't true for. Add to the fact that few games will take you this long to complete everything it be nice if there was more side things to do but there is plenty to at least sink a few months of your life into.

The game gets better when you have people you can play online with and visit the towns of nice to take a tours and see how people decorate.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Luminar on February 12, 2008, 05:39:56 am
I went and got it. Pretty chill so far, just what I was looking for.
Friend code is 5455-8758-9154.
Oh yeah, name is Luminar, town is Oneiros.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on February 12, 2008, 08:27:30 am
Good deal.  I added your name to the DS friend code list.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Pinstar on April 19, 2008, 11:15:27 am
Its good in small chunks. I play it during my 15 minute breaks at work.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Draugr on May 13, 2008, 03:53:22 am
I played the first Animal Crossing, and didn't understand it one bit. I thought some parts of the game were cool and some were vastly annoying.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on May 13, 2008, 10:22:26 pm
I played the first Animal Crossing, and didn't understand it one bit. I thought some parts of the game were cool and some were vastly annoying.
Seems like you understood it pretty well.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Hammerman58 on May 13, 2008, 10:34:33 pm
Collecting money was always annoying. I don't see how it is possible to donate all that money to get those items.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on May 13, 2008, 10:37:22 pm
It's very possible it just requires that u grind every day to sell fruit dig up fossils and fish a lot to get the cash.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Danzik on May 13, 2008, 10:41:03 pm
That's true.  My friend did it.  She'd often play 8 hours straight.  Of a normal game, 8 hours wouldn't be too crazy but, could you imagine fishing in AC for that long...?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on May 13, 2008, 10:45:56 pm
When i played I'd play on the train to and sometimes from work. I'd have done everything there is to do by a bit over half way home which is a 45 minute ride. Still I did manage to completely pay my house off. It also helps if you know which items you can completely rip the towns folk off with during the garage sale days.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Yannick on May 14, 2008, 05:23:14 am
My house is maxed, but not payed off. Why pay if I got the full thing? What's he gonna do? Sue me?
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Cobra on May 14, 2008, 09:09:31 pm
Seeing as how I was making more money than i ever needed through my daily routine I payed it off anyway After that any money I got I just put in the bank.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Met on September 26, 2008, 09:15:13 pm
Ok. A bit of a bump here.

I lost my cartridge ages ago. God knows what happened to it.

Friend gave me his so I started up a new town. So I'm enjoying the game I haven't played in years.

Anyone still have this thing lying around? I wouldn't mind getting all the fruit. Seems to be rather difficult to find people still playing three years past it's release date.

Name: Nick
Town: Tanagra
Friend Code: 0216-3600-5846


Edit: And thanks for the help, LadyM and Patman. Both of you have brilliant towns. I'll get mine up there eventually.
Title: Re: Animal Crossing: Wild World
Post by: Met on July 20, 2010, 09:14:00 am
http://animalcrossingtragedy.ytmnd.com/

Also, Animal Crossing 3DS was announced last month. I'm moderately excited. I skipped the Wii version.