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Version: 0.2
Date Started: 28/1/09

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Table of Contents
[1] Introduction
    [1.01] Introduction
    [1.02] Version History
[2] Playthrough
    [2.01] Backyard
    [2.02] Tiny Creek
    [2.03] Thin Woods
[3] Animals
    [3.01] Squirrels
    [3.02] Raccoon
    [3.03] Songbird
    [3.04] Rabbit
    [3.05] Crows
[4] Flora
    [4.01] Oak Tree
    [4.02] Pine Tree
    [4.03] Daisy Bush
    [4.04] Blackberry Bush
    [4.05] Cauliflower
    [4.06] Maple Tree
    [4.07] English Marigold
    [4.08] Sundial Lupine
    [4.09] Rose Bush
    [4.10] Witchgrass
    [4.11] Luke's Dream
    [4.12] Jesseroot
    [4.13] Crocus
    [4.14] Giant Ragweed
[5] Materials
    [5.01] Small Log
    [5.02] Small Stump
    [5.03] Large Log
    [5.04] Large Stumps
    [5.05] Sticks
    [5.06] Rocks
    [5.07] Junk
[6] Achievements
    [6.01] Animals
    [6.02] Forest
    [6.03] Plants

[A] Contact Information
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[C] Credits
[D] Sites FAQ is on
[E] Copyright

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[1.01] Introduction

The 44th guide, in honour to Barack Obama, who is the 44th President of the 
US. Anyway, this is for SimAnimals, the game that allows you to play around
with wildlife as God, or whatever the higher being is. Anyway, Enjoy!

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[1.02] Version History

Version 0.0 [28/1/09]
Template Done.

Version 0.1 [29/1/09]
Started this ramshackle of a guide.

Version 0.2 [1/2/09]
More done.

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[2.01] Backyard

You start off this mission with a small tutorial, so follow through that in
order to figure out how this game works. So finish the Tutorial and when it
finishes, we start this walkthough.

You need to complete that happiness bar to finish this level, so shake down
the trees, plant more of them, and constantly feed the squirrels in order to
get that meter up. After a while, there will be a limit of three squirrels 
that enter the area. Keep them fed, and keep your new oak trees alive so you
get more acorns.

After playing through for a while, you get the message of Day and Night, and
then, a Raccoon arrives to join the fray. Soon, after that, when the day 
arrives again, you get more squirrels to join the fray. 

Keep going, and sooner or later, you get access to the Wind ability, so read
the little hint box there for some info as well. 

It isn't all that useful, so keep going on, feeding all the raccoons and the
squirrels that decide to enter your backyard, and feed them, keep them happy
and keep them going. After a while, you get the lightning ability as well.

Now, to tackle the mission. You need an animal to sniff your hand, so move
your hand slowly near the squirrel, and let them sniff it, and that would
complete the objective.

Next objective is to have an animal move in. Make them happy and have the home
ready, for a tree, ready for the squirrel to move into the forest. You need
to build their trust, and when that is done, they move in. Have their love bar
completely full and they will move in.

After that, you get two objectives. The first is to rub down an animal, follow
the instructions and do so. That completes all the objectives for Squirrels.
The second one is to make a mature Blackberry Bush. Get a Blackberry Seed and
water it, and raise it into a Mature Bush.

With a mature bush, they ask you to attract some Raccoons. If you already have
them here, just wait for another one to come in. Or grow some more Blackberry
bushes. 

Their next objective is to have a home ready, so shake down a tree and get
them ready for the raccoon to move in. Next, get him to sniff the hand.
Note that this will teach how to hollow a log, but I'll detail that later
as well. 

Now, you need to actually have the raccoon to move in. Hollow out the tree
and let it move in. And finally, you need to pet the raccoon, and that will
complete all the goals for Level 1. 

When you have filled the Happiness Bar for this level, tap the signpost and
move into the Tiny Creek. 

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[2.02] Tiny Creek

Your first goal here is to pollinate the Sundial Lupine plant, so follow the
instructions that are given and pollinate the plant, creating more flowers
to fly around. During that time, a squirrel will turn up. Songbirds will
also come along as well. If you are having problems, hold L and shake the
plant, that works. 

Next, you need to attract a rose bush. Rose Bushes are gained when there are
enough Sundial plants here, so pollinate more so that the rose bush turns up
quickly. The next objective will stem from that, you need more rose bushes 
so that you attract a rabbit, which is your next goal. When there are enough
rose bushes, the rabbits will turn up, and you will pass that objective. Now,
feed the rabbit a rose flower. Shake a bush and feed it, that should be 
quite simple. 

Next, get the Rabbit to move in. They will dig their own holes, so when you
have enough trust with them, they will move in and dig their own holes. And
from that point, the objectives will split. 

To continue with the rabbit path, you need to have a one rabbit to befriend
with another rabbit. To do that, just drop them near each other and they 
should, sooner or later, socialise and become friends. Make sure that it is a
male and female rabbit, because the final goal is for the rabbits to have a 
baby. The reason for the male and female is that that will lead to babies 
and that completes the objectives for the rabbits this time round.

The second set of objectives starts off requiring you to plant a maple tree,
which isn't all that hard to be quite honest. And that leads you to attract
a songbird, the little blue bird, and that isn't all that hard either. Wait
and they will move in, if they haven't done so already. If they have, kick
one out, and wait for one to move in. 

Following the Rabbits Path, you need to feed the songbird a Maple Seed. Again,
following the path above, you need to have the songbird move in, and this 
does so by requiring sticks. To get sticks to build a nest, you need to 
knock down a bush, in this case, a rose bush. Knock it down, build up the
trust with the songbird, and they will gather the sticks, make a nest, and
move in. 

The next are exactly the same, you need to have two songbirds befriend each
other, and after that, you need the songbirds to have a baby. Like I suggested
earlier, you should have a male and female befriend each other, because that
will make the second objective that much easier. And after that, you've 
done all the objectives for this mission, so you can move on to the next one
via the signpost. 

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[2.03] Thin Woods

We start off this mission with a junkyard, and you have two goals straight off
the bat. Clear all the junk in the area using water, and to attract crows. 
They are attracted via insects, found by pollinating flowers. Clear off one
piece of junk, and then you get told to clear off all the junk in the area.

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[3.01] Squirrel

The squirrel is one of the first creatures that you will meet and is one 
cute creature. They are quite to turn up as well. Now a quick note on how
the system works. There are requirements that will draw in an animal. These
requirements need to be sustained else the animal will move out. They can also
move out if you don't feed them, or generally piss them off.

What the animal likes to eat will be food that always be acceptable to the
animal, but the food listed under the plants section shows what they are
capable to eat. It will detail where the animals live, when they are up and
about and the levels these animals appear on. 

Requirements: Oak or Pine Trees

Likes to Eat: Acorn, Pinecones

Lives in Trees

Active During the Day

Found in Backyard, Tiny Creek

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[3.02] Raccoon

The Raccoon is one of the creatures you will see soon after the Squirrel and
they are nice creatures as well, as long as they don't smell like the 
skunks.

Requirements: Blackberry Bush

Likes to Eat: Blackberries, Fish, Apples

Lives in Large Stumps

Active During the Night

Found in Backyard

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[3.03] Songbird

The Songbird is the first bird you will see on the second level. It is a blue
bird, and they love to sing, which is nice. Anyway, if you want them to live,
you need to give them some sticks, which are the remains of dead bushes, so
that they can make nests in the trees. 

Requirements: Maple Tree

Likes to Eat: Maple Seed, Pinecones

Lives in Nests in Trees

Active During the Day

Found in Tiny Creek

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[3.04] Rabbit

The rabbit is the first animal you will encounter that decides to build its
own home by digging all over your land. You really don't have the control on
where they live, so that is a hassle. When they like you enough, they will
move along and dig holes in your land. 

Requirements: Rose Bush

Likes to Eat: Roses

Lives in Burrows in the Ground

Active During the Day

Found in Tiny Creek

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[3.05] Crows

The black bird, the crow is a mean animal, after all, a group of crows is 
called a MURDER!!! They are the second type of bird you will encounter, and
they like living in nests, as normal crows do.

Requirements: Insects (Flowers Available for Pollination)

Likes to Eat: Maple Seeds, Pinecones, Insects

Lives in Nests in the Trees

Active During the Day

Found in Thin Woods

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[4.01] Oak Tree

Oak Trees are one of the first trees that you will see, and these appear
everywhere. They do take a up a lot of space when they want to be mature. 
You can see this when you read the icon glossary and see that a tree needs
room, so clear out the surrounding area to allow it to grow into a mature
tree.

Seed => Acorns

Home to Squirrels, Songbird, Crow

Food for Squirrels

Found in Backyard, Tiny Creek, Thin Woods

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[4.02] Pine Tree

Pine Trees are the second most common tree and these appear from the very
beginning. Again, they do take up a lot of space when they want to mature so
keep an eye and move them around if they need more space.

Seed => Pinecones

Home to Squirrels, Songbird, Crow

Food for Squirrels

Found in Backyard, Tiny Creek

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[4.03] Daisy Bush

A common bush, these are just clumps of flowers bunched together. At least 
it isn't a daisy patch.

Food for Rabbits

Found in Backyard, Tiny Creek, Thin Woods

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[4.04] Blackberry Bush

Another type of Bush, the Blackberry Bush grows some nice fruit that you can
munch on if you are desperate. Note that it isn't advised, computer chips
aren't that tasty. When the bush dies, which it will eventually, it will lose
all the leaves in a temporary stage, until the twigs collapse into a pile of
sticks. 

Seed => Blackberry

Food for Raccoons

Found in Backyard, Thin Woods

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[4.05] Cauliflower

This is actually grown in a food patch, and is actually food for humans to
eat, though you cannot eat it. 

Food for Rabbits

Found in Backyard

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[4.06] Maple Tree

The Maple Tree was specially imported from Canada and stolen from them in 
order to appear in this game. Remember, they are trees, so make sure the
area around them is clear for space to expand when they finish growing,

Seed => Maple Seed

Home to Squirrels, Songbird, Crow

Attracts English Marigold

Food for Squirrels

Found in Tiny Creek, Thin Woods

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[4.07] English Marigold

The English Marigold is a type of plant that is drawn or rather, attracted 
by maple trees. So having maple trees will attract these plants. Other than 
they, its just another plant. 

Food for Rabbits

Attracts Jesseroot

Found in Tiny Creek

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[4.08] Sundial Lupine

The Sundial Lupine is a purple plant that sort of looks like your average
Lavander plants. It does. Anyway, it is another plant that can be used to
pollinate and grow everywhere when the insects arrive.

Food for Rabbits

Attracts Rose Bush.

Found in Tiny Creek, Thin Woods

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[4.09] Rose Bush

The Rose Bush is the item that attracts the rabbits. Rose Bushes are created
when there are enough Sundial Lupine plants that it attracts a rose bush for
you to grow. I'll avoid any Kissed by the Rose puns. 

Food for Rabbits

Attracts Luke's Dream

Found in Tiny Creek

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[4.10] Witchgrass

Witchgrass seems to appear randomly, there are no set preconditions to make
it appear. They seem to appear closer to the edge, and they serve as an 
alternative food for rabbits, to step them devouring your Rose Bushes. 

Food for Rabbits

Found in Tiny Creek

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[4.11] Luke's Dream

The first of the special plants, these are attracted by rose bushes. This is
just a massive fungal growth. It can be eaten by animals and what it does is
that it will improve the friendship bar and trust between all the animals and
you, the creator.

Food for Everyone

Attractable in Tiny Creek

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[4.12] Jesseroot

The Jesseroot is another special plant. This will be attracted by the English
Marigold plants, which in turn are attracted by Maple Trees. This is a special
plant because all animals can eat it, and it will solve all their hunger 
problems when they eat it. 

Food for Everyone

Attractable in Tiny Creek

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[4.13] Crocus

The Crocus is another type of flower, they are used mainly to attract the
walnut tree in the game, which is a rather nice tree. 

Food for Rabbits

Attracts Walnut Tree

Found in Thin Woods

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[4.14] Giant Ragweed

The Giant Ragweed is a weed that is generated from a bunch of junk, and you 
should not let these grow, unless you want your rabbits to have an alternative
source of food. 

Food for Rabbits

Found in Thin Woods

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[5.01] Small Log

A Small Log is one part of a collapsed tree that isn't old. A collapsed
tree is made when you shake the tree, like you would to get fruit, and keep
shaking the tree until it breaks from the stump and dies. This splits the
tree into two, making a small log and stump.

When trees age for a long period of time, they will die. Mature trees or
younger will result in small logs and stumps.

The Small log can be the home to a weasels as well as a fox. 

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[5.02] Small Stump

The other half of a broken tree that isn't old, the Small stump cannot be
moved, unlike the log. It will be the home to skunks if they are hollow. 
When trees age for a long period of time, they will die. Mature trees or
younger will result in small logs and stumps.

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[5.03] Large Log

Large Logs are one part of the collapse of an Old Tree. When you shake down
a mature tree so that it collapses and breaks, killing the tree and splitting
it into two, it will create a large log and a large Stump.

When trees age for a long period of time, they will die. Old trees will
collapse into large logs and large stumps. 

Large Logs are the home for Bears, Badgers and Wolves if they are hollow.

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[5.04] Large Stumps

Large Stumps are the second part of the collapse of an Old Tree. It will
provide the home for Raccoons and Porcupines when they are hollow. When they
are moved into, there are will be some nice mushrooms and other forms of fungi
growing all over it. 

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[5.05] Sticks

Sticks are the results of a bush that has been killed. When a bush is dried
up and it is over, it will appear on the screen as a structure of the bush
minus the leaves. This structure will collapse into sticks where the birds
will use them to make nests. 

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[5.06] Rocks

These rocks are seen everywhere, yet they don't seem to do anything. Thats 
what the descriptions says...

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[5.07] Junk

Junk is as it says, it is a pile of junk. It is demolished via the rain clouds
that you can summon over it, but if you don't, it will grow weeds and 
mushrooms, and that requires you to do something. Clear them out, or have 
some weeds. 

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[6.01] Animals

There are three sets of achievements in the game. There is one related to the
animals, which is for this section. The next section, forest, it based on the
goals of the games and finally, plants is for seeing all the plants in the
game. 

Anyway. animals will all have the same achievements. There are three 
achievements for each animal, and they are all the same. I will list here 
how to get the three achievements and the earliest you can get the awards 
based on how early the animals appear. 

Award A - Making the Animal Very Happy

All you need to do is to feed the animal, play with it, pet and sniff the
animal until it will have a complete happiness bar, and you get this 
achievement.

Award B - Seen an Animal's Baby

You need a female and male adult version the animal, and they both need to 
be living in your forest. They will, over time, build a relationship and they
will profess their love for one another, making out and creating a baby. 

Award c - Attracting an Animal

This is quite easy, since the animals will appear inside your forest over a
period of time as you develop it. More will be in the animal section as that
comes to light. 

Animals List

Squirrel   ->  Backyard
Raccoon    ->  Backyard
Rabbit     ->  Tiny Creek
Songbird   ->  Tiny Creek

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[6.02] Forest

The forest awards are based on the missions. There are 10 missions and there
are 2 medals for each of them. Below are the objectives for each award for 
each mission. The medal for the level will depend on what you do. You will
get bronze if you complete the level. Completing full objectives for either
animal will net you the silver, completing both will get gold. 

--==Backyard==--

Squirrel -> Sniff the Squirrel
            Have the Squirrel Move In
            Pet the Squirrel

Raccoon  -> Sniff the Raccoon
            Have the Raccoon Move In
            Pet the Raccoon

--==Tiny Creek==--

Rabbit   -> Get Rabbit to eat a Rose Flower
            Get the Rabbit to Move In
            Get the Rabbit to befriend another Rabbit
            Have a Rabbit Baby

Songbird -> Get Songbird to eat a Maple Seed
            Get the Songbird to Move In
            Get the Songbird to befriend another Songbird
            Have a Songbird Baby

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[6.03] Plants

There are many plants in the game, and below is a list of the plants, the
earliest you can see then, and the number they are on the list. 

Page 1

 #2 = Blackberry Bush           (Backyard)
 #3 = Rose Bush                 (Tiny Creek)
 #4 = Oak Tree                  (Backyard)
 #5 = Pine Tree                 (Backyard)

Page 2

 #4 = Maple Tree                (Tiny Creek)
 #9 = Daisy Bush                (Backyard)

Page 3

 #5 = Crocus                    (Thin Woods)
 #6 = English Marigold          (Tiny Creek)
 #9 = Sundial Lupine            (Tiny Creek)

Page 5

 #5 = Witchgrass                (Tiny Creek)

Page 6

 #1 = Cauliflower               (Backyard)
 #3 = Giant Ragweed             (Thin Woods)
 #9 = Jesseroot                 (Tiny Creek)

Page 7

 #3 = Luke's Dream              (Tiny Creek)

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