Crossing animals: every ordinance on the island (and which one to choose)

The free Animal Crossing: New Horizon update includes an option to release Island Ordinances, bringing back the Town Ordinance feature from Animal Crossing: New Leaf. These ACNH Island Rules allow players to customize their island schedule to suit their playstyle and preferred time, change village habits, spawn tables, and more.

Animal Crossing: New Horizon's Island Ordinances cost 20,000 Animal Crossing bells to make, but can be canceled for free. Only one can be active at a time, so it is important that players choose the one that best suits their island. It is unclear whether more regulations will be added in the future - although this is unlikely as Nintendo said this is the last free update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons - but the ACNH 2.0 update will include four different regulations that will make Animal players Crossing Crossing can be used to make their island feel more like home.

Island Regulations can be issued by talking to Isabelle at Animal Crossing: New Horizon's Town Hall. If players have downloaded Animal Crossing version 2.0, they will have the option to issue a regulation that will come into force the next day.

The regulation on beautiful islands in the animal crossing: new horizons

Animal Crossing: The New Horizon Beautiful Island Regulation keeps the island clean and tidy with less maintenance by players. Villagers will water the flowers more, more flower hybrids will grow, and weeds will decrease. In addition, cockroaches will no longer spawn in the player's home, and time travel will not affect the vegetation or the appearance of the island.

This adjustment is perfect for players who cannot play on a daily basis or prefer a less maintenance island. It's also a great option for gardeners and flower enthusiasts looking to produce specific flower hybrids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Early bird regulation in the crossing of animals: new horizons

The early bird regulation in the new Aid Church in Need update will change the island's schedule so that villagers get up earlier and go to bed earlier. The stores also open earlier, making this island management an ideal choice for players who usually play in the morning before the day starts.

This regulation in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is also a good choice for people who get up (or go to bed) just before sunrise, as the villagers are awake in the early hours of the day.

Night Owl Ordinance in the Passage of Animals: New Horizons

The Night Owl ordinance is equivalent to the Early Bird's Animal Crossing: New Horizons Island Ordinance ordinance, which allows the island to remain active later in the night. The villagers are awake afterwards and the shops have their doors open for players to buy and sell items during the night. Players who tend to check in to their islands at the end of the day or play late at night will be able to adjust their game schedule in line with this regulation.

Adjusting the bell boom in the passage of animals: new horizons

Bell Boom management increases the value of items bought and sold, increasing the economy of the island and allowing players to strategically create more bells. While this regulation is not good for players investing in new items or furniture as it will increase their costs, it is perfect for players trying to save enough Bells in Animal Crossing to move island houses, build bridges and ramps, or save on expensive things.