CS Comics: Animal Crossing got me through the pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic shaped everyone’s lives over the past year, and even those spared the disease still face important issues such as job loss, isolation, and depression. Everyone has learned to use it in their own way, and video games are becoming a great source of comfort and even community for many. In this latest edition of ComingSoon.net’s specially commissioned original comic book features, cartoonist and gamer Pranas T. Naujokaitis (KaBOOM! ‘S) features Adventure time: ice king & Rugrats: The last sign) drew a short, funny, and moving comic book story about how he used Nintendos Deer crossing to get him through the hard times. Check out the 9 panel comic in the gallery below!
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Escape a desert island and create your own paradise as you explore, create, and customize the island Animal Crossing: New Horizons Game. Your island vacation has a wealth of natural resources that you can use to craft anything from tools to creature comforts. You can hunt insects at dawn, decorate your paradise all day, or enjoy the sunset on the beach while you fish in the sea. The time of day and time of year coincide with real life, so you can check-in and find new surprises every day on your island all year round.
Show your family and friends your island utopia – or pack your bags and visit theirs. Whether you play online or with others besides you, island life is even better when you can share it. Even without taking a flight, you will meet a group of charming animal inhabitants brimming with personality. Friendly faces like Tom Nook and Isabelle will offer their services and will be happy to help you grow your growing community. Escape your island vacation – whenever and wherever you want.
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What do you think of Naujokaitis’ comic? Did you have a similar experience with Deer crossing? Let us know in the comments below!