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I can't prove it, but I suspect that the size of your saved data became an issue for the DS version. I noticed that the town feels smaller, the letters you can write are shorter, and, of course, there's the shared house. It's not like the Gamecube version, where they could grab as many blocks of memory as they felt like.

But as far as sharing a house goes, I understand one of the later house upgrades gives you multiple rooms on the ground floor, to be divvied up between siblings as they see fit.


I've been reading the Animal Crossing community posts at Live Journal for the past week or so. The problem there is that 90% of the posts are "My gates are open, come and visit. Update: My gates are now closed, thanks for visiting". Of course, once in a while you'll come across some really good information.

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