1,560 bells
 
 
AC:CF Gyroid Guide
 
What's a Gyroid ?
Gyroids are small figurine items that are found in Animal Crossing; and when turned on (By pressing "A" in front of the gyroid), they make periodic little movements, in addition to a unique sound. In real life, a Gyroid is actually a reference to a "gyrating clay figurine" called a Haniwa.

What are they for?
Like mentioned above, every gyroid has a different sound, look, and motion. When combined with the sounds of other gyroid's you can discover neat new tunes you can show off to your friends, or enjoy yourself. The time when gyroids do their little dances and make their sounds actually corresponds with the beats of the music playing in your house; gotten from K.K. Slider on Saturday nights in the Roost.

Where can I get them?
In Animal Crossing: City Folk (Animal Crossing: Let's Go to the City! PAL) Gyroids can also be obtained from winning Hide N' Seek; in which by finding all three participating residents under fifteen minutes, you will be rewarded with either a gyroid, or a furniture item from the animal who set the game up. However, Gyroids will appear in the ground after a day of precipitation the previous day (Snow or rain).

*NOTE, Animals will randomly offer to play hide and seek with you when speaking to them.

Running out of room? Try the Roost!
A new feature included in City Folk is the ability to store Gyroids in the Roost, located below the museum. However, there's a catch...In order to be able to store Gyroids, you must drink a total of SEVEN of brewster's coffee. You can only drink one coffee a day, so it will take a whole week to be able to get this feature. Once you do, Brewster will give you the oppurtunity to store gyroids at his coffee shop. He doesn't have much room, so he doesn't take duplicates.

Gyroid List

Below is a list of every Gyroid in Animal Crossing: Wii. Note that every gyroid sells for 828 bells at Tom Nooks, and the "purchase" value for Auctions at the Auction House is 3,312 bells.

Clankoid Dingloid Percoloid Oombloid Rhythmoid
Mega Clankoid
Clankoid
Mini Clankoid
Tall Clankoid
Squat Dingloid
Mega Dingloid
Dingloid
Mini Dingloid
Wee Dingloid
Tall Dingloid
Mega Percoloid
Tall Percoloid
Mega Oombloid
Oombloid
Mini Oombloid
Tall Oombloid
Rhythmoid
Mini Rhythmoid
Puffoid Lullaboid Sproid Bowtoid Tootoid
Mega Puffoid
Mini Puffoid
Tall Puffoid
Mega Lullaboid
Lullaboid
Mini Lullaboid
Tall Lullaboid
Mega Sproid
Sproid
Mini Sproid
Tall Sproid
Mega Bowtoid
Bowtoid
Mini Bowtoid
Tall Bowtoid
Mega Tootoid
Tootoid
Mini Tootoid
Plinkoid Dekkoid Buzzoid Drilloid Echoid
Mega Plinkoid
Plinkoid
Mini Plinkoid
Mega Dekkoid
Dekkoid
Mini Dekkoid
Mega Buzzoid
Buzzoid
Mini Buzzoid
Tall Buzzoid
Mega Drilloid
Drilloid
Mini Drilloid
Mega Echoid
Mini Echoid
Tall Echoid
Lamentoid Strumboid Croakoid Fizzoid Squelchoid
Mega Lamentoid
Lamentoid
Mini Lamentoid
Tall Lamentoid
Mega Strumboid
Strumboid
Mini Strumboid
Tall Strumboid
Mega Croakoid
Croakoid
Mini Croakoid
Tall Croakoid
Mega Fizzoid
Mini Fizzoid
Mega Squelchoid
Squelchoid
Mini Squelchoid
Howloid Nebuloid Gongoid Poltergoid Metatoid
Mega Howloid
Howloid
Mini Howloid
Mega Nebuloid
Squat Nebuloid
Nebuloid
Mini Nebuloid
Tall Nebuloid
Slim Nebuloid
Mega Gongoid
Gongoid
Mini Gongoid
Tall Gongoid
Mega Poltergoid
Poltergoid
Mini Poltergoid
Tall Poltergoid
Metatoid
Mini Metatoid
Bovoid Oboid Dinkoid Harmonoid Droploid
Mega Bovoid
Tall Bovoid
Mega Oboid
Oboid
Tall Oboid
Mega Dinkoid
Mini Dinkoid
Mega Harmonoid
Harmonoid
Mini Harmonoid
Tall Harmonoid
Tall Droploid
Sputnoid Alloid Timpanoid Gargloid Warbloid
Mega Sputnoid
Sputnoid
Mini Sputnoid
Tall Sputnoid
Mega Alloid
Mini Alloid
Tall Alloid
Mega Timpanoid
Timpanoid
Mini Timpanoid
Tall Timpanoid
Gargloid
Mini Gargloid
Tall Gargloid
Warbloid
Mini Warbloid
Tall Warbloid
Freakoid Quazoid Rustoid
Mega Freakoid
Mini Freakoid
Mega Quazoid
Quazoid
Mini Quazoid
Tall Quazoid
Slim Quazoid
Mega Rustoid
Rustoid
Mini Rustoid