Does anyone know of any options like this for Animal Crossing Bells somebody with an iPhone? I don't have a substantial motor impairment but I've developed tendonitis in both hands/wrists over the last year and while I'm working to strengthen them, I still haven't managed to play games at quite a while and it is very upsetting. I enjoy both switch and PC games so if anyone knows of anything (rather inexpensive) that may help me out with both of those I'd be very appreciative!
Maybe you already know by now but I see my wife play AC:NH constantly and she utilizes shortcuts to change between stuff like shovel and fishing pole and insect net. I see you with the menu to get into the fishing rod but she states tools could be added as favourites and then she scrolls through them with d-pad Right. Can save some button presses!
This frees the shit out of me. As a parent of a disabled child I MARVEL at the things made possible with touch ports. Before pills became common place even the most BASIC digital interface/communication devices were prohibitively expensive for normal folks. Now look. My kid can communicate with us using a basic consumer grade iPad. It is fantastic.
Thank you so much for sharing your successful program discovery! I've just lately (nephew gave me a switch and ACNH for Christmas) found the match myself and, playing it has been such a pleasure distraction during my Covid stint. I hope that the founders see this article.
You simply talk to him multiple times before he wakes up. He'll introduce himself the first time, saying his name is Gulliver. He says that he went on accident, but to not worry, as he has his trusty communicato- W-What!? He requests you to try to find it, and you have to use your shovel on spots where the water spews out. He's missing five parts, and as soon as buy Animal Crossing Items you give him five components, he'll tell his mates he went overboard. He'll be gone by tomorrow, but he mails you a present. You receive the recipe for a golden shovel by rescuing him 10-20 occasions.