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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Players Using Trick to Place Houses Perfectly

One of the biggest appeals of Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the customizability of the island community, from making Xbox brand shirt designs to changing the layout of the houses. Once players unlock terraforming, people can move houses wherever they want.

But just like in real life, moving in Animal Crossing: New Horizons costs money, and at 50,000 Bells for each move, players need to be sure they've found the perfect place for each house before moving. Thankfully, some players have figured out a simple, cost effective trick for perfect house placement, and this one isn't fake like that "rare island trick."

Reddit user _Greyling_ showed off their method in the form of a video. In their town, instead of placing the houses and then having to build their town around them, they instead planned out where they were going to go first before anyone had even moved in, all thanks to the terraforming tool. "I've been using a grid system to plan out my town, using path squares as markers," they said in the clip's caption. "Haven't had a misplaced building, yet, and I can have each villager's yard or patio in place before they even move in." In addition, our site has a large quantity of safe Animal Crossing Materials For Sale.

With the Island Designer app – which is unlocked after K.K. Slider visits your island after getting a three-star rating – they show how using the path placing tool to measure out a 5x5 grid can be used to mark out where villagers' homes are going to go.

Once players have their town set up just how they like it and the Able Sisters tailor shop is up and running, there's a chance Mable and Sable's sister Label will show up. Label is an upcoming fashion designer who gives players special fashion challenges in exchange for clothes. As of version 1.1.4, Label won't permanently stay on the island, meaning players will have to complete her challenges quickly before she leaves.