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What's the point bottled weather (Closed)
Can someone tell me what's the point of the bottled weather? Does it effect the people in any way, or is it just a pointless waste of money?
Answer from: Expert
The bottled weather has something to do with the weather like if you give snow in a bottle to a person they will deploy the bottled weather and wait a few seconds or minutes and it will start snowing!
Answer from: JessYes90
I know that but I'm asking what the point of it is.
Answer from: Avery
Well sometimes it's for the collection. I know that the only time bugs come out is in the rain, so some people can by rain in a bottle to help them collect more bugs. But I don't get the purpose of the snow in a bottle either...
Answer from: Q+AGirl
Maybe because it says its from ISOLA the lost island of the virtual villagers, another last day of work game! Plus i set my years ahead to much and it made it 12:00AM on new years eve, was bored and decided to play game a bit and it was dark cause my ipod thought it was 12:00 (technitly it was,but it was 12:00PM!). I diddnt like i was annoyed but wanted it to stay 2037 cause of all the money so used the bottled weather and made sunny!!
Answer from: Brookis
The point is mostly for collectors. The only time when the bugs come out is when it rains, so you can use the bottled rain for collecting. I guess the snow would just be used for looks because it's pretty when it snows in the game :) and I guess the sunshine is just for people who like sunshine better than any other weather.hope I helped!
Answer from: Madi
Its for collecting purposes in rain bugs come out so if they buy a bottle of rain then bugs will come out and you can collect them faster
Posted on: 10-24-2014