I am interested in how fleshing out villagers would work.

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I agreeit Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells seems just like villagers have only been place dressing at this point. They exist only to accommodate the participant rather than feeling like actual characters that mostly need to do their own thing. There's also just eight villager personalities so you're certain to get duplicates in your own town.

For me personally, it's how fine I can make everything seem, then it's completely meaningless.

Inside my home, I have a dart board, collection of board games, puzzles, arcade games... and there is no interactivity. People post beautiful screenshots of their buddies hanging out, but not one of your items DO anything. I'd like it if you can have a variety of minigames as you go. If I put up two football goals in an area and utilize some sort of instrument to designate the area as a field, give me a cheeky little soccer minigame. If my friends come in my house, let's all play some darts or a board game.

I've played with a scary amount of hours, and still take great pleasure from planning and decorating. However, I just wish things occurred after I put it all up. Let us let Ribbot use the workout area he's got. Reneigh simply stumbled into an outside restaurant set up, possibly her and Melba want sit down and do some thing. Roald has his combat helmet on and the fireworks show is happening, let me get in his house and help calm him down.

Dude minigames would conserve the show 100%, or being able to interact with things in a more enjoyable way (maybe zoom up on the item and allow you to play it idk). And also to designate a group of things as a larger whole thing ( like the soccer goals)

I am interested in how fleshing out villagers would work. Given that there's so many it would be tough to create them meaningfully unique without a ton of work.

I've thought for a while they need two dialogue"sets" per villager: one because of their personality, and another for their own species. That way they could still have a reasonable Quantity of work in development buy Animal Crossing Items while instilling some more variety into their villagers

 
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