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Gameplay Tip: When it rains, you don't need to water your plants.
Rain and lightning.

Viva Piñata: Classic features different weather conditions, such as rain, sunshine, lightning, or a light mist over the early morning garden.

Pinarctic species are accustomed to show showers.

In addition to the usual sunshine or rain, Viva Piñata: Trouble in Paradise adds snow showers to the mix of garden weather.

Players can also take advantage of Piñata Vision weather cards or garden items that will enable them to change their garden's weather on the fly.

  • Sundial - Can be turned on or off, to make it constantly sunny.
  • Wooden flower - Can be turned on or off, to bring out the sun and create a rainbow.
  • Windchime Mk 1 - Can be turned on or off, to cause constant rain and occasionally a thunderstorm with lightning.
  • Pirate statue - Makes it constantly rain.

Note: Rain will change to snow, over snowy terrain.

See also