Animal Crossing is a classic brain training game where you’ve got to use those logic skills of yours to get all the animals across the river, alive! If you accidently leave one of the baby animals without its parent together with any of the other big animals it will most likely eat it up. So for example, don’t ever take the baby lion and the grown up tiger on a boat trip across the river. The tiger won’t be very nice towards the baby lion. The other big issue as well in the game is that the only baby animal that can control the boat is the baby bear, this means that the baby lion and the baby tiger can’t ever go on a boat trip together. If the game seems to be too tricky to solve just read this. I’m warning you all to look away NOW if you still would like to have a go at the game before giving in.
First thing you need to do is to bring the baby bear who can control the boat together with the baby lion to the other side, then bring the boat back with the baby bear, after this you put the baby bear and the baby tiger in the boat and off you go to the other side. then bring the baby bear back alone. This time you put the grown up tiger and the grown up lion in the boat and row off to the other side. Then you pick the baby tiger and the grown up tiger and go back to swap for the baby bear and the parent bear and take them to the other side. Then you take the lion couple back. Now you’ve got the boat at the original position together with all the lions and the tigers. The bears however have been taken to the other side. Now you bring the adult lion and tiger to the other side, and bring the baby bear back to bring the other baby animals one by one. That’s all there is to it. Piece of cake ha? Click the animals to take them across.
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