Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a freshly released life simulation game that was published by Nintendo in March for its Switch console. While life simulation games seem to gain more popularity during the last years, more titles in this area will always be welcomed.
While everybody hates tarantulas, collecting and selling them in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an easy way to make plenty of Bells in a short amount of time. However, farming such creatures became more difficult than before.
Clear the island of resources
One good way of spreading your chances as a player to farm spiders with much more ease is by starting to clear the island of some of its resources. This includes flowers, trees, and rocks. A measure like this can cause spiders to spawn since the triggers for other insects were removed. It’s totally worth the effort considering that each spider is worth 8,000 Bells.
Nintendo has only good stuff to say about its game:
“Escape to a deserted island and create your own paradise as you explore, create, and customize in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game. Your island getaway has a wealth of natural resources that can be used to craft everything from tools to creature comforts. You can hunt down insects at the crack of dawn, decorate your paradise throughout the day, or enjoy sunset on the beach while fishing in the ocean. The time of day and season match real life, so each day on your island is a chance to check in and find new surprises all year round.”
Animal Crossing: New Horizons sure has that Nintendo vibe, and it’s a pretty big game considering its not so impressive graphics: 6.2 GB. The title supports up to 8 players for a match, as it showcases plenty of aspects of the farming lifestyle.
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