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Terraforming Gives Animal Crossing Island A Unique Bridge Design

A creative Animal Crossing: New Horizons user used the water terraforming mechanism to create an original in-game land bridge

When Animal Crossing: New Horizons was launched in 2020, it added a variety of new elements to the Animal Crossing series, many of which included decorating. Players may now store furnishings outside on their island and alter cliffs and streams any way they like using the terraforming mechanic. Players of Animal Crossing frequently employ terraforming in novel ways, opening up countless options for modifying the island's landscape.


Many New Horizons enthusiasts gather online to share their works of art, placing a strong focus on originality, inspiring many to try their hands at very inventive and creative endeavors. The method is demonstrated through a unique Nookphone application called Island Designer, which furthermore to path-making enables users to build, demolish, and shape rivers, waterfalls, and cliffs up to three floors high on their island. After K.K. Slider performs on their island, players may activate terraforming in Animal Crossing: New Horizons by using Nook Miles to buy the Waterscaping Permit and Cliff Construction Permit for the Island Designer app.

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A creative, subterranean bridge that was recently published by Twitter user crossingani_ offered a novel perspective on the terraforming app's capabilities. They've constructed a little island with two staircases on either side in the middle of a huge lake.


Many little things have been added to the design to make it unique, including a few unique patterns that have been placed on the ground to give the land bridge a more rustic appearance. Even a little waterfall that cascades down the center of the tiny island are incorporated into the design. Making the most of the available space, additional accents have been added, including plants, pebbles, a Bamboo Stopblock, and a Tall Lantern.


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A land bridge is a sensible and attractive substitute as New Horizons can only handle a maximum of 8 bridges on an island. The cost of an official bridge would range from 98,000 to 228,000 Bells, depending on the design chosen, however, this terraformed version is free, making it a cost-effective option for those putting money down to pay off Tom Nook. In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the concept of making the most of limited places has gained popularity and opened a wide range of opportunities for designing beautiful locales. Others fans like to make use of the available room to develop a number of smaller, themed designs, while some gamers love creating massive projects over their island, including things like vast restaurants or beach areas. Players of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is continually creating unique new designs for their islands years after the game's release and sharing them with a vibrant online community.


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