So, as I mentioned yesterday, I bought Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Well, Toby did too, and we tried out the familiar multiplayer where you visit other people’s towns in Animal Crossing. Here are some screenshots on the days we visited each other . . .
First Day of Multiplayer:
So, here I am leaving the train station for the first time:
And arriving in Toby’s town:
On the first day, Toby and I didn’t do much except exchange fruit, check out each other’s houses and residents, and fish and catch bugs. The fun came the second time we played multiplayer . . .
Second Day of Multiplayer:
This is where things got serious (now, this isn’t the second day of playing Animal Crossing, this is just the second time we visited each other’s towns)
So, I had unlocked the island and Toby and I decided we would go together and do some tours:
Well, I had already been to the island before, so I knew about Kapp’n’s singing, and you have the option of listening to the songs while you go to the island . . . I am so glad I was with my boyfriend rather than some random guy . . . things got awkward real fast:
We had finally arrived to the island however, unscathed, even by Kapp’n’s awkward entertainment:
We also did the Elite Scavenger Hunt, the Elite Gardening Tour (twice), and bought some souvenirs (I got another aloha shirt (this time in red) and Toby got a wetsuit!) After some swimming and fishing, we headed back to my town and things went from crazy to hilarious. We had stayed up late at night (10pm or so) playing Animal Crossing:
It was fine at first, just some chatting with the locals, visiting my museum, and then . . . out came the bug nets . . .
I had put the Night Owl ordinance into effect, so my shops were open later than usual and my residents stayed awake for a little longer. We decided to give ole Celia a visit, and what started as fun and jest, turned into harassment:
After harassing Celia, we gave Pompom a visit . . .
We then headed over to the Able Sisters to do some clothes shopping and Toby found just the cutest dress EV-ER!
After all the fun died down. I showed him where I was building my new cobblestone bridge. He graciously donated 10,000 Bells to my project, leaving only 20,000 Bells left to finish the donations. Thanks again, Toby! We then headed to his town and I donated some money to his own bridge. My money helped to finish the goal and Toby was able to get a new bridge!
After some fishing, hide-and-seek, and checking out his museum, we decided it was time for bed and called it a night. All in all, the multiplayer part of Animal Crossing can still be extremely interesting with the right people!