Timber is my Animal Crossing: Wild World town.
Although Timber is a relatively old town, it wasn’t until May 2018 that I picked it up again and began playing daily.
I’ve had a pretty complicated relationship with Wild World since I bought my cartridge second-hand in 2009. By that time, I was already obsessed with City Folk.
Pretty much addicted, to be honest. In every sense, I was a late-comer to the game and it really did feel pale in comparison to the feature-rich experience of it’s Wii counterpart. So, naturally, I lost interest fast and ultimately my cartridge became destined to a life of shame in the back of my desk drawer, coated in a pretty gross layer of dust. (Tragic, I know).
More recently, though, I feel I’ve really started to appreciate the simplicity of Wild World. Of course, the game is very basic compared to later instalments in the series but it’s almost… Charming, you know? Wild World has really become a great outlet when I’m feeling stressed, or sad, or if I just want to plant some damn digital trees in the comfort of my own home! Whoa, this got way too deep; point is, I’m really enjoying my adventures as Pines, resident of Timber and I can’t wait to share them with you!
- Pines – m – (Main character)
- Moss – f – (Side character, pattern storage)
Roald, Lucy, Rodeo, Derwin, Marina, Bunny, Rocco, Baabara, Gabi.
House expansions: One room, full expansion
Nook store: Nookway
Fruit: Apple (native), Orange, Pear, Peach, Coconut
Perfect town: No
Incomplete: fossils, paintings, bugs, fish.