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- Developer: Nintendo
- Publisher: Nintendo
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release Date: Jun 9, 2013
- ESRB: Everyone
Question & Answers
How Do You Get More Delicious Fruit?
So, my brother kind of cut down all of the delicious fruit trees! It was peaches. I know you can't grow different kinds of perfect fruit that isn't your native fruit but, how would I get more perfect peach trees back? That was my native fruit, and my brother cut it ALL down. Is there a way to get more fruit that's native to me, that's perfect, or is it lost forever? Help!
Answer from: RallyRun
It can probably be got back. If you visit another town with delicious peach trees you could get some and plant them in your town, or something. But it shouldn't be lost forever.
Answer from: Hi
You can get different fruit at the island and if you visit other peoples towns.
Answer from: Nikki
Well when you start animal crossing there is always at least one perfect fruit (or every fruit) and tastes better your character will sway and have purple cheeks on how relaxing the taste was well I USED To have that tree I simply found a perfect fruit and buried it where there was room you could always be nice to people and they give you a peach if you don't have one burry It and wait a month and a few weeks and there will be an orange peach burry it and let it grow once it has grown it will have golden fruit on it if you want more and more keep burying them until you have enough but about a month later when you shake the tree all the leaves fall off this can be caused if you hadn't shook the trees in a week then the peaches grow rotten and this can kill the tree it will leave a dead tree and the rotten peach may be thrown in the dump at retail... sorry that was a long paragraph