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Animal Crossing ( Import ) + official crossing Mem card ( GameCube / Wii )

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In Animal Crossing, you arrive at a new town (named by you). You play as one character (who you also name) throughout the game.

Animal Crossing has no set goal; instead, it is more of a The Sims type of game, in which you can do what you want, when you want, without rules, goals or time limit.

When you first arrive, you will be given a house to live in. Unfortunately, you have no money, so the owner decides to make you work at his store. You can perform various tasks, such as planting flowers and trees around the store, in which you get paid in "bells", the game's form of currency. There are also other ways to make money: you can perform various tasks for the other citizens of the town, you can fish and then sell your caught fish, you can collect items and sell them, or you can just "find" money.

If you wish to give an item to a friend over the Internet, you go to the store (in the game, that is), choose the item, enter your friend's name and town, and you will receive a code. You then give this code to your friend, who will type it into the game, and then receive the item.

You can use the Game Boy Advance to go to an entirely new "island" where you can create patterns that are found in the game, to be transferred to your saved game then. Animal Crossing is also compatible with the E-Reader, an electronic card swiper which allows you to play old NES games, such as Donkey Kong.

Among the other features of the game are its message system, its letter writing system, and the interaction between you and the various inhabitants.

Unique to the GameCube version is its use of the internal clock. The game will run according to what your clock is set at and the in-game time will continue to flow no matter it you play the game or not. The game also uses the clock to serve a night/day cycle, a seasons' cycle, and festivities.and save the giant egg.

Animal Crossing  ( GameCube / Wii )

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Published by Nintendo Co., Ltd. Developed by Nintendo EAD Released Apr 14, 2001 Platforms GameCube, Nintendo 64 Genre Simulation Perspective 3rd-Person Perspective

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