animal crossing: pocket camp - tips!!

okay so im level 20+ already after two days of playing so i’ll give you guys some tips for gaining levels and the general game

  • fruit trees refresh every 3 hours, if you don’t have the inventory space for the fruit just shake the tree and leave them on the ground, they won’t rot, and you can maximise your harvest

  • the shops rotate every 6 hours- 6am, 12pm, 6pm, 12am 

  • do requests for every villager regardless of if you plan to invite them or not for mats, experience and bells

  • spend your leaf tickets on giving yourself the extra crafting slots ASAP!

  • the quarry resets every 24 hours to get in for free, add as many people as possible so you can use it 

  • make sure to scroll your friend-list and help out people to get into the quarry, you get 100 bells each time!

  • every 1 hour, the villagers at your campsite will let you talk to them for gifts and friendship points

  • when you get a new villager, click ‘auto-arrange’ for their new furniture. it’ll put what they want down and after it gives you the option to revert to your original layout. you do not need to keep their preferred furniture out!!

  • always have an amenity crafting, always. they take forever and you will need to have them all eventually

  • the stretch goals are very generous with rewards and very easy, work on them as fast as you can

  • save up as many materials as you can, the furniture becomes incredibly expensive (60-120+ mats per piece) very fast

  • don’t be afraid to use your request tickets/calling cards, the game is generous with giving them

  • when listing items in the market box, be aware that the price does not automatically reflect the quantity. you have to put the price up the more items you add!

feel free to add anymore!! i hope these help your game!

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"You missed a spot"

For preface, this happened yesterday. I work as a busser for a restaurant, we’ll call it Olige Varden, a nice Italian returant. Anyway, every year they give away free meals to Veterans who come in on Veterans day. This draws a pretty big crowd.

The restaurant is packed. Atleast a 20 party wait list. With 4 bussers bussing over 70 tables, my job was very hectic yesterday trying to turn tables fast to get people serviced quickly. The bar area has 6 booths, and these are seat yourself, first-come-first-serve, so you know people are diving into them as soon as the last party stands.

This older couple (50s 60s) grabs the booth before I can be called on my headset. Whatever, it’s happened alot today, no big deal. I get to the bar section, grab my tray and tray stand and hastily move to clear the table. I’m clearing off the table, say some greetings / apologies “Sorry about that guys” “ Be done in a sec” “Happy Vets day”, grab everything off, wipe it down, get out from kneeling on the booth bench, and then the older woman hits me with it.

“You missed a spot. There’s some crumbs over there.”

I’m fairly certain there weren’t any crumbs. But I took her word for it. “Ok ma'am, lemme wipe it down again for you.” I got back into that booth, and boy did I clean it. Left, right, up, down, semicircles, full circles, wax on, wax off, I cleaned that table like it was my job (which it is). I spent nearly 2 minutes wiping that table down with my rag (It’s longer than it sounds). 2 full minutes I made that crone stand there and watch me as I defiled that table’s lacquer by the masterful strokes of Olige Vardens finest. That table was my canvas, and I was a petty Bob Ross.

The table’s waitress finally came by and told me that was fine so I got up and went back to helping clear the other 69 tables for the other 200 guests. But I’ll be dammed if that didn’t feel good as I walked away.