(ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧ Gally @ Lux Bay ~ FriendCode/TimeZone/Wishlist/Offers ヽ(´▽｀)ノ
It's going to be a long night waiting for the results of the election, so I might as well be playing ACNL :D My gates will be open for a couple hours if anyone wants to stop by. Lmk if you want me to come over or do something else to help out with your MEOW tix! Also lmk if you're having issues connecting to my town.
Including a new card set and campers!
This looks pretty amazing!
Here's my info:
3DS Friend Code: 2466-2304-0353
Town Dream Code: 5500-5736-8233
Town Name: Hogwarts
Mayor name: Harry
Native Fruit: Oranges
I will be AFDS for the most part, but feel free to leave me a note on the message board if you stopped by.
1. Please no running!
2. Do not take any flowers, but fruit is free for the taking.
3. Please don't mess with any trees or bushes (besides fruit gathering). Also, please don't weed; I'm saving them so Leif will stop by.
Two of Nintendo's most popular game series, Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing, will join the ranks of its first apps for smartphones and tablets, the console maker said on Wednesday.
Nintendo announced the additions on Twitter, as well as via a press release. The company also made several other announcements, including revealing that its next dedicated gaming system — currently codenamed the NX — will ship in March 2017. Rumors have hinted that that product might bridge console and handheld gaming.
The Fire Emblem app will follow in the steps of its predecessors, offering a mix of role-playing and strategy. The Animal Crossing app will be connected with the handheld and console titles in the series.
Unlike Miitomo, the new apps are described as "pure game applications" with "more prominent game elements." Miitomo is simply a social app, which disappointed some fans hoping for more from Nintendo's first smartphone efforts.
Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing should arrive sometime this fall. The company is planning to release two other phone/tablet titles by March 2017, developed in tandem with DeNA, but hasn't shared any details.
In recent years Nintendo has struggled to adapt to the modern gaming world. Its Wii U console has seen weak sales next to more powerful units from Microsoft and Sony, and its handhelds have lost traction given the convenience of playing on a smartphone or tablet, even if a system like the 3DS offers built-in control buttons and an analog stick.
He is a cute jock alligator, so friendly and fun. He has asked me twice to move, so I fjgure I will let him get on with his life :)
Her Worship invites you to visit can visit Burshire in your dreams at 4200-6434-2514 to celebrate the grand opening of the Dream Suite.