Don't give Animal Crossing Villagers junk birthday gifts

  • Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a popular game nominated for this year's game awards. The life simulation type provides a useful escape from reality. The most popular part of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is all the charming and anthropomorphic animals that will move to the player's island. Players can interact with residents through various reactions and gestures, including the pure act of giving gifts. Unfortunately, for a Reddit user, this symbol of community spirit was severely responded to by residents of Animal Crossing.

    Have you found out that the residents of Animal Crossing: New Horizon Islands will not accept junk gifts on their birthdays. They have an ultimate "burning" feature to let players know if the gifts meet their expectations.

    Intergalactic_Raptor shared an avatar of their Animal Crossing: New Horizons as a birthday present for the little girl Blanche. Instead of accepting her gift gracefully, this famously arrogant ostrich made a full pop sound. When receiving an old boot from the Galactic Raptor birthday present, Blanche declared that she was not a recycle bin and told the Galactic Raptor to "take this back and get out of my sight."

    Although Blanche's sentence may be the most brutal thing fans have seen in Nintendo's latest Animal Crossing game, unlike bells, items and ACNH Nook Miles Tickets will be liked. But for new players, the previous series of games contained more cruel plots, which may surprise them. In the Game Cube version of Animal Crossing, residents may ridicule players and local residents, and even call others "complete waste". At the same time, players in the DS game Animal Crossing: Wild World will leave a stern note on the community bulletin board announcing their departure from the town. Maybe buy Animal Crossing Bells, use some good wrapping paper, send the exquisite items you bought, etc., don't be stingy with your bells.

    With Animal Crossing: New Horizons Island, home to Nintendo's more popular residents, is more attractive than an island full of dissatisfied residents. Villagers like Lazy Marclyde are rarely left on the island by Animal Crossing fans. On the contrary, fans prefer the somewhat cunning but cute squirrel Marshal and the purple cat Bob. Maybe Intergalactic_Raptor is trying to give Blanche a subtle message, it's time to continue showing their old boots, hoping to make way for a more kind and admiring tenant.