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A new trend has started to appear among Animal Crossing's trading communities online

A new sensation is sweeping the Animal Crossing: New Horizons fandom, but it’s not one you can participate in unless you know the right people. It’s also technically not possible to do under normal means.

The New Horizons modding scene has been alive and well for a while now, allowing fans with hacked Switches to do all sorts of things, like being able to eat tarantulas. Lately, hackers have taken to modifying trees, making it appear as if they are sprouting star fragments as fruit. However, unlike fruit trees, this sparkly greenery is purely decorative — they’re more like money trees, in that once you shake them, they won’t regrow the fragments, according to people who have them.

Animal Crossing World says that 'save editor hacking' is the method being used to make this a reality, and while we'd advise that you don't try this yourself - we've all heard the horror stories of Nintendo banning systems being used to do things that they shouldn't - we must admit that it does make for some lovely looking scenery. If you want to know the safest way to buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells, I recommend you buy it via, the site has been officially certified,so it's very safe.

These hacks are incredibly useful and hilarious. Especially considering how infrequent the spawn rates of certain resources are. If there's one thing that could be said about the new Animal Crossing, it's that sometimes getting the right materials or the right items can be a rather slow process. Not to mention how players have now taken to seeking out rare villagers to join their island community.

Having said all of this, each and every one of these hacks are technically illegal. Plus, none of the hacks have gone through any kind of quality assurance testing, so it's possible that people who attempt these hacks could permanently damage their console. Thus, all of these hacks should not be approached lightly. Thankfully, there's plenty of in-game exploits that don't run that sort of risk.

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