One aspect of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp I haven’t really gotten into is the fortune cookie system. I did go crazy for the Toy Day variety last December, but for the most part, I’m not willing to spend my Leaf Tickets on them. Until Bree’s Boutique Cookie was introduced recently. I love the upscale retail furniture items, and I especially love how easy it is to mix them with the glass roses from the 2nd anniversary event, the glass slipper from the Skye’s Lavish Ball fortune cookie, and some odds and ends I’ve picked up in other spots. But best of all, the Snowy Toy Day Tree from last year’s event is the perfect centerpiece to my new Christmas Boutique!
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So cute! Did you get the cookie subscription or just stick to buying leafs? I bought the sub just to try it and because I had money from gift cards in the iTunes account anyway. I’ve been eyeing the astronomer cookie…
I need to make my cabin look a bit nicer- everyone is currently playing almost every instrument I’ve obtained throughout the years. It’s funny, but I also have to brace myself every time I enter it haha
No, I haven’t tried either subscription. But the boutique items are so cute, I bought two five packs with Leaf Tickets I’ve been hoarding!
It’s funny you say that about your cabin. I usually have the sound turned way down when I’m playing, but recently, when I had the new instruments set up, it was turned up full blast when I entered, and I wasn’t prepared at all for the sound!