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Animal Crossing is one of the most unusual series of games Nintendo has ever produced. Casting you as a newcomer in a woodland town populated by garrulous and sometimes eccentric creatures, Animal Crossing is about the conversation, friendship, and collecting things rather than competition or shooting enemies. It’s a formula that has grown over successive generations, with the 3DS version now one of the most popular games available for that system which is all the more impressive, given the game’s obscure origins almost 15 years ago. Here are a few things you might not have known about the video game.
Cool Facts About Animal Crossing
Originally an N64 game
This is not as widely known but Animal Crossing was never supposed to be for the GameCube it originally came out for the 64DD add-on to the Nintendo 64 and was known as Doubutsu no Mori. If you search your local retro game store or look online, you may be able to find a copy (however it will be in Japanese only).
Gulliver’s Mario references
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, if the player speaks to Gulliver the wayward Seagull traveler, he makes quite a few Mario references. These include references to Isle Delfino, the hub in Super Mario Sunshine; the side character Bobbery from Rogueport in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door; and Ricco Harbor, another location from Sunshine.
Isabelle almost didn’t have a name
During the early development of Animal Crossing, Isabelle was simply known as “Secretary” (Hisho). When we get to the final Japanese release of the game, she is now known as Shizue which refers to the type of dog she is based upon (a Shih Tzu).
There was an Animal Crossing movie
Doubutsu no Mori (Animal Crossing: The Movie) is a lesser-known film that came out in theaters in Japan on December 16, 2006. Basically, an 11-year-old girl named Ai moves into a village populated with animals where she works to make new friends as well as discover her dreams. Some fan-favorite characters appear. Sadly, the film was never released outside of Japan but you can find it online via YouTube. It was such a success at the Japanese box office that it made around 1.7 billion (approximately $16,216,000 USD).
If you happen to be playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf at around 3:33 am on Sundays and Mondays, a UFO will interrupt the static shown on TV. An alien then delivers a creepy message. (Possibly about an impending invasion?) This alien broadcast lasts for about a minute before everything returns to normal. Another interesting thing to note is that if you happen to be in a Museum room around this time, he won’t appear.
Why was Animal Crossing: New Leaf called “New Leaf”? Well, there are a few reasons. It’s not just because the player become mayor of the town when you start. Many of the characters have literally turned over a new leaf by taking on different roles or returning from being away from the series. For example, Tom Nook goes into real estate, Labelle comes back to work with her sisters, Kicks has his own shoe store, Brewster gets his own coffee shop, and finally, Dr. Shrunk runs a nightclub.
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