I'm new to Dolphin and I've started to have an issue with my game which I'm worried would carry over if I were to save. Once you arrive and get settled in your new digs, you're free to do pretty much whatever you want, whenever you want. Keep your town clean and more people will move into your town. I can't move past this and I cannot find anyone else having this issue. I was wondering: Do any of you guys have any Raw files you wanna submit from this game? Also if I save while this happens, will my controls be permanently locked to that position? The download link hasn't changed so the update can still be accessed, the thread info is just outdated.
Glad to see this project is still alive and kicking. He recently started doing some more work on this version of the project, but I don't know to what extent he is comfortable posting publicly. This game includes a 24 hour gameplay and the game goes on even if you're not there. You have no need to eat or sleep. Thankfully most of the work has been left intact so things can continue on smoothly.
I'm glad people are still interested! You'll want to check back often to see what's going on, else you might miss out on something big. I was afraid it was gone for good when Techie seemingly deleted all his threads and disappeared for some reason. Anyone know of a potential solution to this? This is the only emulator that I can even get to run the game. Glad to see this project is still alive and kicking. Pack has been updated to include a bunch of things by awesome people, including a shiny new post office and town boards by Mystic Pasta: I don't have permission to edit my original post to reflect the update a thread I was active in got deleted , hopefully a mod can help me out! You can build up your house, collect furniture, make friends, and shop. Is there any way to fix the lock up without resetting and having Resetti yell at me? So how do I decompile this game's textures and models? I've tried this out and it works fine, I just need other raw files. When you arrive, since you have no money and no place to live, the owner of the general store loans you a house.
As the game begins, you find yourself on a train headed for a small forest village that you'll soon be calling home. Run errands for the townsfolk and they will reward you. Some tips: Check the dump and police station often. With literally dozens of things to do at any given time, you'll never find yourself feeling bored or restless. I find that just waiting it out for a few minutes fixes it.
This is what makes Animal Crossing so unique--the only real objective in the game is to live life as you see fit. You can find some furniture and such strewn about in them to help you decorate or to pay off your bills. . I cannot progress in the game past where you name yourself. Any other fruit that doesn't grow to start in your town is worth more money. There's always lots of neat research going on there, so feel free to join the community whether you're an experienced programmer, budding artist or an average joe.
I've experienced that before too, actually. You buy a small house from the store owner but lack the funds to pay him so you go to work for him to pay it off. If you have other save data, make sure the town has a different fruit on the trees from you. You also have the ability to travel to other people's towns by sharing memory cards with each other. But don't expect any puzzles to master or huge bosses to slay, 'cause you won't find 'em here.
Also, plant some fruit from that town in your own, so you don't always have to travel there. There, you can meet new characters, trade items, or even nab some of the local rarities which aren't available back home. I'd love to visit your town using the memory cards. Is there any way to unlock those files? As you play, you'll meet the animals of the village, see some move out and some new ones move in, find various ways of making money, and begin to get a picture of just how much there is to do and see. In the first screenshot you'll see or you wont see my name is entered in as Steve.
The project has been handed over and refreshed with a guidance document, progress list and hundreds of new textures. I really didn't want the project to die since so much had been done already, so I spent some time giving it more structure, redrawing the environment stuff and getting help from new people. Great job picking this gem up. An extremely entertaining game, as long as repetition doesn't get the best of you. Even if things don't work out as planned, we can always leave our work for future volunteers. It doesn't seem to be working. I've been playing it a ton on Dolphin as it has a lot of cool features the usual version doesn't have.