European Animal Crossing: Wild World DS gamers get a Fire Flower

12 July 2006
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Animal CrossingThis Summer Nintendo is giving Europeans a good reason to discover the most exotic destinations in the Wild World of Animal Crossing. If you go online with Animal Crossing between July 17-23th, Nintendo will send you a cool souvenir to remember your travels: a Fire Flower.

To make sure you don’t miss out on such a rare gift, they’ve created this easy holiday checklist to ensure some smooth sailing on your journey. Below is the list:

1. Make sure your Nintendo DS with Animal Crossing: Wild World is registered in the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection network. (Please see the instruction manual for details on how to connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.)

2. In the game, use the telephone in your bedroom and select ‘Downloads’. You will be told what your town can currently receive. When asked ‘What about downloading letters and bulletin board messages?’ make sure you answer ‘That’s fine!’. After that, select ‘Nothing’ to hang up the phone.

3. Register a Friend Code by tapping the heart icon in the item menu.

4. Go to the Town Gate between July 17-23th and talk to Copper, the dog on the right. When he asks you what he can do for you, either select ‘I wanna go out’ to visit a friend’s town, or ‘Invite guests’ to allow a friend to travel to your town. Whatever you choose, you need to choose ‘Nintendo WFC’ next in order to get the Fire Flower.

5. After you finished using Wi-Fi, there will be a letter from Nintendo in the mailbox at your house!

Again, please note that this will only work with the European version of Animal Crossing: Wild World for Nintendo DS. Via Nintendo Europe

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