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Animal Crossing: Wild World Pack Shot

Animal Crossing: Wild World

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Get 10,000 bells in 3mins cheat for Animal Crossing: Wild World

 
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Get 10,000 bells in 3mins

Switch on your DS as usual and go on animal crossing. Click on 'Continue'
And before you click on your character (who is sleeping) click on the 'phone' beside the bed. Then click on 'reset clock' and reset the clock to 1 year forward (2008) and put the date as 1st January (new years day) and the click on your character and begin the game. Then go on your 'mail box' and you will have a letter from your 'Mom' and attatched to it will be 10,00 bells. You can reapeat this process as many times as you like, exept you DON'T have to turn your DS 'OFF'. Don't forget to save. Once you have finished this as many times as you have wished, then you can reset the clock to the correct date and year. As long as you have saved your progress then you will still have the bells you have collected.


Added by: sxc_lil_miss Feb 15th 2007, ID#2152

 
 
 
 
 

 

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