I got my son Animal Crossing for the DS for Christmas and he thought it might be fun to name his town after a fish:
We didn't notice until he'd invested some time in his new character. After a good laugh, I tried to help him rename his town and rebuilding seemed to be the only option:
He's pretty nervous about proceeding and I don't know what to suggest. Will he lose everything? It sure sounds like it.
The only other think I can think of is that he has a character on the Wii version of Animal Crossing and there seems to be a way to move character between them. We're not at home at the moment for me to experiment. Can we console him by promising that he can move his Wii Animal Crossing character to his DS? I guess that's unlikely too.
Rebuilding the town means that you are erasing the game data and starting fresh. Unfortunately there is no way to rename you town.
Transferring your Wild World(DS) character to City Folk(Wii) will ONLY keep the catalog and hairstyle of the character. Items and money are not transfered.
I'm having trouble in Bleach: The Blade of Fate (DS), I always play as Urya and I can't seem to be able to unlock his Super-B, how do you unlock it? .
My son reached a point on screen where his character needed to pull a lever (labelled RT) despite firing, jumping, changing character and doing just about anything we could think of, this handle will not let itself be pulled. So after one hour's use on the x-box, we are dead in the water. Any help would be much appreciated. He's only 6 and I haven't got a clue!
Matherson Jr. poster to enter the glitch level, where it says "I'm lost, can you find me?". You find Slender, and he says "I like you let's play a game". Not only is this childish, but it associates..., but he could also be that weird blue creature. 2) But the biggest problem is that you can actually find Charlie Matherson Jr. In the prologue, after crossing the bridge, there's an abandoned.... Now of course, he vanishes so it could be a ghost or just Slender in a different form. After all, Kate is crying at the end of then game but immediately becomes the proxy when you approach her. What
Once he spawned he is preventing you from starting any Episode and kills your ball when you shoot it in his general direction. How can I get rid of him without losing the Ball?
After watching Idra's stream, I noticed something. When he builds a building, after picking the spot where to build, there is a preview placed on the ground and for him it is a bright pink. However, when I build something, my preview is a faded out version of the building and not at all clear to see. I'm looking for how to change my settings to be the same as his. My current graphics... is, but I have my hotkeys set so that the spore and spine crawler buttons are next to each other so sometimes I build a wall of spores instead of spines which isn't great vs ground based compositions as you
Background: I built a nice village with NPCs. I have also built a "wall" out of wooden beams and some "towers" at the side ends. After a goblin invasion, we had some casualties, so I decided to remove the houses and build an apartment kind of building. But, I ran into another problem. I built the first floor—it worked fine, but in the second floor, none of the NPCs moved in, and that's the problem. What could be wrong? Any help would be appreciated.
In Pitman's help topic for 'items', it mentions that some food items won't just fill his belly, they will also heal him, but it doesn't say which ones. I'd like to prioritize picking up healing food items over standard ones due to my limited inventory capacity. Which food items heal you, and by how much?
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