Some of the most common Animal Crossing clichés are island names. There are a few things that you can do to make your island name more creative and interesting than “Island Name Island.” If you need some inspiration, we’ve compiled a list of 10 island names for Animal Crossing clichés (and what to do instead).
1) Subway Island: The player has been eating too much fast food and decides they want an entire island dedicated to it! They start by planting lots and lots of turnips, then build restaurants on them. 2) Pirate Island: This is an obvious one–the player wants their own pirate’s cove with treasure maps and buried goods. 3) Watermelon Island: A giant watermelon grows in the middle of the island and all residents are fruit bats!
Goodbye Island: The player is a tourist who’s visiting for a few days, so they decide to live in an RV on this tiny little island while they’re here. They explore every inch of it during their stay. Pioneer Island: One day, construction workers found some old oil cans hidden under ground near your town’s harbor–and now you have your very own offshore drilling operation, complete with machinery, safety gear and everything else that goes into managing one!
There once was an island called “Island Cliché.” This small landmass housed nothing but palm trees and sandbars as far as the eye could see. What will happen when two people, each with their own ideas for the island’s future, meet?
The player is a tourist who’s visiting for a few days, so they decide to live in an RV on this tiny little island while they’re here. They explore every inch of it during their stay. One day, construction workers found some old oil cans hidden under ground near your town’s harbor–and now you have your very own offshore drilling operation, complete with machinery, safety gear and everything else that goes into managing one! There used to be an island called “Island Cliché.” This small landmass housed nothing but palm trees and sandbars as far as the eye could see. What will happen when two people—each
– Play the best music
– Place a few rocks in front of your house to make it seem like you’ve been working on something.
– Wear an animal mask and dance around till someone comes, then say “Greetings, visitor!” or something else friendly (if they ask for anything other than fruit tell them that you’re out)
– Tell people who come up to visit: ‘I’m sorry but I don’t have any fruit today’.
Read more at Animal Crossing Clichés Blog.com! – This is where we live. Welcome home! Here’s some food for the road.- Are there any special items you want me to get? We accept requests from visitors too.” Note: The dialogue can be any dialogue if you want.
In Animal Crossing, players live as one human in a village populated by anthropomorphic animals and conduct various activities including fishing, bug catching, fossil collecting and digging up clams with the goal of paying off their debt to Tom Nook’s store.
– The player can visit other towns belonging to both animal villagers (including Tortimer) or humans via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. – You may also invite friends from your friend list that are playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf to come visit your town using a local wireless internet connection.” Note: This is just an example! Feel free to change what’s going on here if you need it for your island name idea!”
A small settlement on the island of Meade. The town is populated by high society animals that enjoy nothing more than spending their days eating, complaining and gossiping about other residents.
What to do instead: Plant an apple tree nearby with a fishing rod so you can catch fish for them (or invite friends over). Keep some fresh water around too in case they want to wash up!
This remote village sits near the summit of Mt. Fernhill where it’s said no one has ever seen the sky before due to how densely populated this area is with trees.” What to say instead: “I really wish I could spend more time at home!” or “My kids are just crazy these days!”
A rural village that is home to the most jovial and friendly animals on Island. There’s a perpetual smile seen on every resident here no matter what time of day you visit, as if they knew something we don’t.” What to do instead: Invite them over for some coffee! (or “Fancy seeing you here! Want to hang out?”) Ask about their hobbies or favorite things in life; everyone has one even if it means sitting around fishing all day long. Take your conversation where ever it goes with this group of cheerful creatures.
Sooty Tusk Cove Beach Resort & Spa
Tired from exploring the island? Sooty Tusk Cove provides the perfect relaxation destination for any animal. Enjoy a nice soak in the hot tub or head over to their shops and restaurants.” What to do instead: Spend some time with these residents! They’re always happy, no matter what you ask them about (except if they have trouble sleeping). Ask how they feel about life on Sooty Tusk Cove Beach Resort & Spa
Pristine Ponds Park
This lush park is full of ponds that are home to many different fishes and other aquatic creatures. This area also has plenty of benches where one can take a break from all the exploring.” What to do instead: Sit down at this peaceful spot and spend some hours watching every kind of fish dart around under water – it’s a great way to relax.
Aqua Woodlands Resort and Spa
This resort features a beautiful on-site spa, where guests can enjoy a relaxing soak or get their stress levels under control with one of the many treatments available.” What to do instead: Head over there! The entire place is dedicated to relaxation – your body will thank you. And really, who doesn’t want an excuse for another massage?
“The best thing about this island’s hot springs is that they are always at just the right temperature,” said Teal Tusk Park president Raja Rosie Feathers. “It never feels too cold in here!”‘ What to do instead: Spend some time soaking up these lovely hot springs! They’re so relaxing and feel amazing on sore muscles.
“Many celebrities have come to our island for a day of relaxation,” said Coral Reef Resort manager Robin O’Kane, “including the famous blogger known as Snappy Fish.” What to do instead: Who doesn’t want their own spa retreat? Head over to this place – it’s guaranteed that you’ll be able to relax there without any worries.
“Our hot springs are always at just the right temperature, so they never make anyone too cold!” said Emerald Fields Island president Zara Conroy-Fishton. What to do instead: There is nothing better than being in water- especially if it feels good! The air here might not be super humid but don’t worry about getting Some people are unsatisfied with the names of NPCs in Animal Crossing. They often complain about mayors, for example– what’s “Bianca” supposed to mean? But there’s one NPC that many players love: Rover! His name is more than just a coincidence; he was named after Edward O’Rover, who invented the first animal crossing-style game. But if you’re not satisfied with his name either, then here are ten suggestions on how to change it! Name Suggestions and What To Do/Say Instead: * Doris – She’ll ask you all sorts of questions like your favorite food or where your mother lives.. but she won’t answer any of them herself. We