5,901MowzleWed 6th Jun 2018 She does realise that she is saying goodbye to any other form of recreation IRL, doesn't she? I actually eventually had three towns on the go at various intervals with "Wild World" some years ago. I didn't know anyone else who played (and the game WiFi wasn't very slick in those days) so I even purchased a second DS so that I could operate local exchange visits between my towns. It took a bit of organising, but worked quite well once set up as long as you didn't mind just having the visitor active while the town owner just stood and snoozed. A second 3DS is considerably more expensive than a DS, though maybe a second-hand one would fit requirements. It certainly opens up the game if you are prepared to expend the extra time running two towns, and speeds up the items available in one's catalogue by exchanging or just handling of goods to increase it. What the other village is getting up to also becomes a topic of comment by one's animal villagers. The danger of this will be that you may get drawn into the addiction as well so you can go off island playing together, so you have been warned. I don't play any longer myself as I decided real life needed more attention, but I played Wild World, New Leaf and the upgraded version for many hours over a number of years. Hope she has loads of fun. Best place to hang out on a dull day? Nintendolife.