This is much later than usual due to not feeling too great mixed with problems with my laptop (which I’m not sure if we will be able to fix or not), but regardless, here’s a few houses tonight.
Next up was Anabelle who wanted “a cosmopolitan yard”… but before we get to that, I want to bring up what she said before I spoke to her:
“From all over the word”, huh? >> I never expected to see an error like that. Regardless, her home was a bit hard since the main part of her theme was the yard itself:
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Rudy – A Chess room. If you watch the video, you’ll notice this room goes very slow–especially towards the end. This is because the interior was only 6 spaces vertically which meant I could not place them the same way I did outside, but placing them horizontally would mean the entrance would be blocked, so I made my fiance play chess with me until we actually made it so people could walk in. Sure, I could have just randomly placed the pieces, but I wanted it to look like an actual ongoing chess game with legitimate moves.
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Only a few today due to not feeling well, but I still wanted to play so…
Annalise – A stained-glass tearoom. Despite this, she actually comes with a coffee cup because in Japan, she asks for a Coffee Shop with Stained Glass… I still went with the translated theme, but considering there is a global rating service and the fact that she came with a coffee cup… I may fix it eventually, but ugh. :/
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So, as promised, I did plan to do many more villagers today and I hit my first big milestone: 100 homes completed! With so little unlocking, I’m wondering if maybe I should just do the special villagers sooner rather than later. Maybe tomorrow could be a Special Villager stream? We’ll see. But yes, onto the homes designed today!
I then paused briefly from designing houses to stop by Renae’s Bowling Alley for Jay.
It made me even more excited for whenever Jay may show up for me in my game.
Broccolo – A bug house.
Sadly, no rating for this one For some reason, when I tried to connect as usual, it didn’t work. He’ll have a ranking eventually, but I don’t really want to revisit anyone until I have everything so I can fix things up as needed.
Don’t worry, there will be another post later with many more 😛 But after getting some of the footage for my review, I still had the game up and I don’t like just turning it off, so I picked a random house to do… More houses coming after I finally get some sleep.
It’s been a while since my last review, hasn’t it? If you’ve been keeping up with my site, you’ll have noticed I’ve played Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer a lot–over 45 hours already and still wanting to play so much more with many goals in mind. One question I often get asked about it though is “Is the game worth it?” “Would I like it?” “Do I need these things to play?” “Is there a town? And so I want to answer several of these questions in this review along with stating my own feelings on the game.
I will state right now though, Happy Home Designer is not for everyone. I will also state that I have been enjoying the games just as much, if not more, than the main series. But yes, I think I’ve rambled enough with this introduction, so I’ll go ahead and get started with the review itself.
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My quest to make a house for every villager continues. I did get lots of new items today at least!
So, I thankfully felt a bit better later tonight so I decided to do a “short” late night stream. I ended up doing 7 houses and it was a lot of fun 😀 Thank you to everyone who stopped by!
I don’t know how much I will play today (still not feeling too great), but I wanted to at least make sure I did one very important thing as the very first Happy Home Challenge started today! It’s around for 2 weeks so be sure to enter! And don’t worry, Tom Nook will explain the rules 😛
Once that was done, it was time to get started! <3
And video version: