The first picture is when I started the game. The second one is one of the versions of my entrance that I went through and the second part of the entrance in the third photo. I eventually changed the entrance! I’m not a fan of how loud the waterfalls are and haven’t terraformed a lot of my island too crazily. It’s kind of fun to look back at old photos in comparison to the newer ones I’ve taken recently.
I have been a fan of this game and had the Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS) and Animal Crossing: City Folk (Wii) versions as my first two forays into the series. I played a lot of Animal Crossing: New Horizons (3DS) as well and had a few things I’d love to see improved in future games. The problem with that version was that villagers could move in randomly and move out if you forgot the game for 3 months. I remember I had a frog that I didn’t care for decide to move right at the bridge down to the beach. There was barely space for you to walk around the house to get to the beach too!
So when I heard that in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that you can choose where your villager’s house goes, I was ecstatic! I made the mistake of putting homes randomly at first, but now have them in locations where I want them. I didn’t like terra forming that much but started to make some areas interesting with a little bit of terra forming here and there. My initial idea was going to be a Japanese themed town. But then I got stumped on what to do with the back area of my island.
I saw this guy on twitter’s movie park theme and was inspired by that. I didn’t copy his scenes but the idea was cool. I traded for the TV cameras and the studio lights to further emphasize the theme. I also can easily pick up the items and change them if I want to later on. Especially if we end up getting more buildings in future updates! I don’t know if we’re going to get a cafe, but now it seems like it may be a separate building again. So, I’ll need space later on when that time comes.
The following are pictures of my scenes in my Movie/TV theme park!