Animal Crossing , like other games of its Nintendo Switch ilk, is meant to be grazed upon. It's designed for short bursts rather than binge sessions. There's only so much you can do in one day of play—hit your rocks, pick your fruit, check in at the shops to see what's new—then it’s done. It's a nice reprieve from Assassin's Creed marathons for sure, but it can also start to drag if you play for too long. Once you’re no longer enamored with the game, it just feels like a chore, and no one has time for that. But there is one hack that can save you from all that drudgery: time travel. It's not allowed, really, and in some circles it's downright controversial, but it's a loophole that people absolutely take advantage of. Here's how it works: Save and close your game fully. Toggle Airplane Mode, then go into the System Settings and change the date. Boot your game back up and voila! You don't have to wait 24 hours to make forward progress. The real question, though, is whether time travel is actually cheating. It's freely and equally available to anyone (we're not talking about the Game Genie… Read full this story
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