I'm not sure how you can acquire it by normal/elgit means, but if you are able to extract your save file from Animal Crossing New Horizons you can use a save editor (google kwsch/NHSE) to add this item to your inventory.
ps. Don't cheat, it's a nice game.
Cheat if you want to, or need to, or whatever. If it makes the game more enjoyable for you or if you need an accessbility assist for any reason or just because you like to see content that might be locked behind arbitrary gates.
Not everyone approaches games with the same intent, and not everyone can approach games with the same abilities. Cheating is a way to both experience games differently (e.g. speedrunning) or at all.
I don't want people dropping hacked in items on my island, it kind of defeats the purpose of progression for those who aren't cheating.
Sometimes we forgot to set a password and invariably some max level character would join and kill absolutely everything, then offer us cool items with impossible stats they'd "found". I never understood the appeal.
I actually had printed out a big stack of papers describing all the prefixes and suffixes in the game along with on which item types they could appear without cheating. Most of the time I didn't need to consult it since most cheaters would offer you the same item: "of Agony Ring of Agony".
If you don't have friends with a Switch, you can visit someone's islands with a "Dodo code" (i.e. a unique-ID for that island). As someone mentioned, some folks have gone via Twitter and I magine Reddit has a subreddit for it too.
One good thing is unless you are "best friends" on the game (this is a an additional step to being Switch friends), they cannot do many things on the island (chop down trees is the main thing I noticed).
Cheating in a single player game is like looking up a spoiler for the end of a movie. There's nothing wrong with it, but you should be aware the game may not be as much fun afterwards.
Personally, I'm the type who will play a game straight through for the story and experience of it, then go back and do cheats to expand my enjoyment of the journey.
Again, this is all talking about single player games; cheating in multiplayer games is inexcusable as it will always negatively impact other players and their enjoyment of the game.
To use a real example, Celeste is a very difficult single player game, and so the developers actually built in a cheat mode that any player can enable. I'm not going to lie, there are times I was tempted to turn it on.
But, personally, I'm really glad I held myself back! If I had turned on Celeste's assist mode, it would have cheapened the entire experience for me.
And to mention the other side again: Celeste's developers purposefully added Assist Mode for a reason, so anyone who truly needs it should go ahead and use it. Just, make a real effort to persevere if you can—you just might find yourself doing something that seemed impossible at first.
In every open world RPG I will always give myself unlimited inventory and durability, I can't stand those mechanics.
You're not being dishonest or unfair when you mod or (use a) cheat in a single player game, you're free to do as you please, however if other players are involved, there are categories of mods that would fit that description.
FWIW: I've experienced "cheating" both utterly ruining and enhancing a game.
Cheating typically involves skipping that wait, which means people start talking about events in the future with certainty, technically spoilers that have to be avoided for a fixed amount of time.
However if you already know those two lessons, and might find it more rewarding to play with other aspects of the game to reap other benefits - let no one stop you.
When I was younger, there was a game called Animal Crossing Wild World for the Nintendo DS that is still one of my favorite games of all time. For all of the things that Nintendo gets wrong, Animal Crossing Wild World was very advanced for a game that came out in 2005.
You mentioned extracting save data from Animal Crossing for Switch and a smirk ran across my face. I have a very intimate and detailed history about the online community surrounding this game, script kiddies, Action Replay, and damaged game carts.
Does anyone remember Carlos and Nintendo-Play.com?
This is however not rendering anything but the controls on mobile so I will have to take your word for it.
Desktop Firefox works fine.
My parents both liked Android all right, but had issues with Samsung-specific interface choices, and eventually switched back over to Apple as a result. Same with my sisters (who only experience very early Android phones), etc. Same issue with my wife, except she finally got a Pixel, which fixed her skewed perception of Android devices.
I had the plain old white version and stuck a bunch of blackbook replacement parts on it to make it look kind of like an oreo.
Also gives me flashbacks to the Google CR-48, which itself looked like a Blackbook but a bit sexy-fied.
And I think there's HDMI and a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the left? :P
Similarly, the small spacebar is common on some Japanese keyboards to accomodate for extra language input keys: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_input_keys
There’s a slight reflectivity to the laptop. At certain angles I can see a white light reflection but I can’t quite make out if there’s any shape to it.
I’m sure it’s nothing, but perhaps you could embed an Easter egg of your own?
This one looks more playable albeit still very choppy.
Best faq ever
Looks like it's three.js failing to initialize webgl in firefox. Probably some firefox webgl issue.
Also, nootube is great. Cat video is going on ;)
Nintendo is quite special. The Studio Ghibli of gaming.
They use a big marketing budget to push their otherwise medicore platform.
Although I think n64 was decent.
A lot of "modern" games come with rough edges. I'm not saying that they're not good games, but you can tell it was a bunch of people working to crank out features, exercising every new capability their engine provides.
There's a level of polish that a lot of Nintendo games have. They don't necessarily try to push technical boundaries. They'll take a simple concept or gameplay paradigm and then attempt to be fully immersive within the scope of they've defined.
Modern AAA games feel like summer blockbusters. Marvel superhero films.
Nintendo games feel like Miyazaki. Breath of the Wild legitimately felt like playing through one of his films.
I'm not sure what games you are referring to, unless you are talking about n64 and GameCube era.
Botw was empty and Animal crossing has huge problems. Not to mention the failures of Mario party.
Animal Crossing has huge problems? Like what? It's a simple game about managing friendship and an island. It does that perfectly. There was some issues with multiplayer, but even those where minor and are being fixed.
BOTW is empty????? Have you never played a large map game ever? It's absolutely amazing and one of the top rated games of all time.
You're just being an iconoclast for no reason but to get downvotes?
Botw is empty. Yes, large maps are common in 2020. Elder scrolls, assassin's Creed, and GTA come to mind as full but large worlds. Instead of walking to a destination, you'd often run into side quests.
I'm wondering if you've only Nintendo gamed and are just unaware.
That is unnecessarily patronizing. Just because someone does not agree with your opinions does not mean they are ignorant.
And just to take the example I'm most familiar with from your list, sure you occasionally run across a side-quest in Skyrim, but most of the time the world is just populated with the same small set of spawning NPCs who exist to add the 12 or so big quests to your journal.
The sheer seriousness with which that series takes itself and how ridiculously cringey it ends up being, due to broken AI and a host of other problems, is something of a hilarious meme:
If that's your idea of "anything modern" then yikes, pass.
For me BotW is my favorite game ever. Not saying it's a perfect game or that you should like it but for me personally I got 120 hours of pure joy from that game. Where as I didn't get into Witcher or Skyrim etc.. (not saying those are bad games, just didn't do it for me).
Which is? What makes it modern?