Top Tuesday: Favorite Things To Do In Animal Crossing New Horizons

Rachel Mii | DoubleJump.comHappy Tuesday!

I’ve been playing my fair share of Animal Crossing New Horizons and I honestly can’t get enough of it. There’s a lot to do in this new version of Animal Crossing and it’s hard to get everything done in one day. I’m enjoying my time with it though and I’m loving every minute of it.

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Go fishing

Fishing is something that’s been part of the Animal Crossing games since the very beginning. It’s my favorite thing to do in Animal Crossing. I find it relaxing and New Horizons makes it all the better. The graphics are great, but the sound effects of the ocean waves crashing against the rocks or the rain creating ripples on the surface are wonderful. It completes the experience and I enjoy walking up and down the sandy beaches in search of the rare fish that will pay the big bucks.

Pay off my debt

Another one of my favorite things to do in Animal Crossing is to pay off my debt. I know, it’s practically the whole premise of the game. I never get excited about paying bills in real life, but Animal Crossing makes it so easy. There are so many things to collect in the game as well that discovering something new to see how much it is, is fun for me. (Yeah, I know.) Not to mention the reward for paying off debt and then expanding your house again so you can collect more stuff to fill your house is a great feeling. Paying off my debt over and over again is always the first thing I do in any Animal Crossing game.

Visit mystery islands

I realize my favorite things don’t cater much to New Horizons. Fishing and paying your debt is something that’s in every game. Visiting the mystery islands is a fun new feature that’s been added to the game. Plus, it’s a unique way to add villagers to your island. Even though the villagers are random you can still choose whether you want them or not.

Even though you can’t have more than one island, I enjoy the mystery islands as a way to get more materials for the DIY projects. The rocks on my island can only go so far and sometimes it’s nice to occasionally get different weather where ever I go.

What are some of your favorite things to do in Animal Crossing? Let me know in the comments below! If you liked this post, please share it around.

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