I suppose it needs neon E3 lights or something.
Now with this application I can just take the encoded string and it will give me the formatted level array with a touch of the button. That means I can run the Hondenkat Engine by itself, or on a tablet, and still do level creation on the go.
The only museum room will showcase the different Animal Crossing releases (N64, GC, DS, 3DS) as well as some accessories (e-Reader, cards). There will also be a separate room showcasing the new Happy Home Academy and NFC reader (for those with old 3DS systems like me).
There will also be another secret room in the game where if someone finds it, they will be able to win a nice prize.
This one will include a handful of levels as well as the museum section of the game. It will also allow the user to switch between avatars. These little one-off tiles are becoming staples in the engine and it's quite exciting!