Idea: Update information for Animal Crossing games on the Home Page. Date: September 2015 Suggested by: ACWWFreakazoid, Honey_Gal Defined by: ACWWFreakazoid, DaBraxman, GavinGoneGlobal, iolite, Jarikira, KaterCeasie, Nintendude64 Coded by: ACWWFreakazoid Released: August 2017 [1.15.0]
Outline: Information needs to be added to the Home Page for Happy Home Designer, amiibo Festival, Welcome amiibo, and amiibo Cards. Also links need to be added to various boards and guides to make it easier for Members to access these from the Home Page.
Below, you can see the final draft of the updated Home Page.
Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - for Nintendo Wii U (Released 2015)
Scan compatible amiibo of your favorite characters and play a virtual board game in Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, the second spin-off in the franchise. Travel around the board and collect the most Happy Points to win!
Related Links: General AC Board
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer - for Nintendo 3DS (Released 2015) Put your home decorating skills to the test in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer! As an eager employee of Nook's Homes, it's your job to decorate interiors and exteriors of homes for a variety of villagers in this spin-off. Utilize familiar and never-before-seen items along with new design tools for the next level of customization!
Related Links: AC:HHD General Board
Animal Crossing: New Leaf - for Nintendo 3DS (Released 2013)
The fourth localized main game in the franchise, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, utilizes the best aspects of its predecessors and features numerous changes and additions to the Animal Crossing format. Take the mayor's chair in order to customize your town just the way you like it and don't be afraid to share it with others via the Dream Suite. In your off time, take a boat ride to the local island and even meet up with others. If that isn't enough, the Welcome amiibo downloadable update released in 2016 provides a plethora of new items and villagers along with amiibo functionality!
Related Links: AC:NL General Board | AC:NL Item Trading Board | AC:NL Villager Trading Board | AC:NL WiFi Lobby | AC:NL Game Guides | AC:NL Items List
Animal Crossing: City Folk - for Nintendo Wii (Released 2008) The third localized main game in the franchise, known as Animal Crossing: City Folk or Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City depending on region, branches out by adding a city that can be visited. Many special characters like Gracie, Katrina, Dr. Shrunk and Redd gather there, allowing for easier access to them. Fashion also takes a step forward by allowing the changing of footwear and ability to wear a Mii mask. Nintendo discontinued WiFi support for this game in 2014.
Related Links: AC:CF General Board | AC:CF Game Guides | AC:CF Items List
Animal Crossing: Wild World - for Nintendo DS (Released 2005)
The second localized main game in the franchise, Animal Crossing: Wild World, marks the first foray of the series into handhelds and WiFi. This resulted in the removal of a few features from the original, but also the introduction of many new items and collectibles, including pictures of the villagers and head accessories. Nintendo switched off WiFi support for this game in 2014.
Related Links: AC:WW General Board | AC:WW Game Guides | AC:WW Items List
Animal Crossing - for Nintendo GameCube (Released 2002)
The first localized main game in the franchise, Animal Crossing (known later as Animal Crossing: GameCube), introduces a relaxed game that works in real time and offers numerous possibilities to occupy it. No matter where your interests lie, there is something to enjoy in the game: fishing, bug hunting, fossil collecting, befriending villagers, acquiring items, and even simply exploring. Additionally, connect a GameBoy Advance to access your own personal island or scan e-Reader cards to import additional content.
Related Links: AC:GC General Board | AC:GC Trading Board | Trading Post | AC:GC Game Guides | AC:GC Items List