Those of you familiar with the Animal Crossing series are likely well aware that the games are typically pretty slow-paced when starting out, especially when not all the facilities have been unlocked.
In the latest installment Animal Crossing: New Horizons, one particular problem has cropped up for quite a few players during the first few days of the game: Their islands getting absolutely overrun with insect cages and fish tanks.
This is because a big part of Animal Crossing is collecting bugs and fish to donate to the game’s museum.
However, due to limited inventory space and the museum only opening after a few days of playtime, many players have been forced to store their hard caught critters in boxes/cages on the ground.
You can check out some examples shared on social media below:
im ready for him..#AnimalCrossing #ACNH pic.twitter.com/pcXXbJ0GeY— poppy 🌴🇵🇸 (@poplyy_) March 20, 2020
@itsJannic's from the plane view pic.twitter.com/oTmc8EuySy— Graham Reid 🚀 (@GrahamOfLegend) March 21, 2020
No Blathers til tomorrow so I made my own makeshift museum. #AnimalCrossing #ACNH #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/R5jpaN38tV— Michelle Keep (@jmkeep) March 20, 2020
What do you think?