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Time Travel Trick hints and tips for Animal Crossing: New Leaf

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Time Travel Trick


The game is tied to the 3DS’s internal clock which allows it to unfold in many ways possible, depending on the time of the day and even the season. Players have different lifestyles which will allow them to play the game in different times of the day. This trick is very helpful in adjusting the time as the player sees fit. This feature is simple; you simply have to save your game, access the 3DS system settings and adjust the date/ time. Take note not to abuse this feature too much since it will make weeds grow faster, turnips will get affected and residents may leave.


Set the date into the future: This is useful for shuffling the shop inventories, immediately accessing completed house expansions, projects or fast-forwarding time to catch up with an event.

Adjust Day / Night cycle: This is important since shops open by day (except the T&T convenience store) and some of the game’s wildlife appear only at night. One good example is changing the time manually to evening and traveling to the Tropical Island. At night, you’ll find some of the rarest, best bugs. To sell them for a good amount, you ought to adjust the time again to Re Tail’s operating hours.

Rewind Date/Time: If you missed an important event or anything that requires an action in the past, you can always adjust the date / time as needed.

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