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About the product
- Create your own happy place - As the mayor, you get to make the big decisions that shape your town.
- New discoveries await every day - Time passes in Animal Crossing just like it does in the real world, 24-hours a day, 365 days a year.
- Decorate your house inside and out - Choose from furniture new and old, carpets, wallpaper, and enhanced design tools to customize your house inside.
- Is your passion fishing? Fashion? Fossil digging? Gardening? YOU can decide where you spend your time, whether it's on your own or interacting with the animal townsfolk.
- “E”; Everyone w/Comic Mischief
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- You can finally invite villagers to your town using amiibo figures and/or cards
- For prospective villagers who don't own the game yet, a new packaged version that includes the new content
Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Nintendo 3DS
The Animal Crossing: New Leaf game has a new lease on life thanks to the addition of amiibo compatibility. This free update adds in support for all Animal Crossing series amiibo figures and cards. Tap amiibo to have the pictured villager visit your town. You can even tap select amiibo from other series to get items themed to those characters!
After installing the update, you can tap Animal Crossing series amiibo figures and cards to invite villagers for a visit—or to move in! In November, this updated content has been added to the original game in a new packaged version called Animal Crossing: New Leaf—Welcome amiibo. And on December 2nd, 50 new Animal Crossing: New Leaf amiibo cards have also become available for purchase. No matter how you play it, this is the perfect time to cozy up to the charm and creativity of this special game. New friends and discoveries await every day. Express yourself by customizing your character, home, and town as you create your ideal world.
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I bought each of my children their own copy, because only the first one to town gets to be Mayor. And there won't be any fishing/bug catching together without an separate copy. It's very relaxing and my youngest at 7, had no problem reading or playing this game.
I bought this copy for my daughter to give to her friend for her friend's birthday, since the friend had saved up enough for her on 2DS. The game was a hit with both the friend and her mom, and all the kids played together for hours.
It is a great game for the family to play together and you don't need internet to play in each other's town.
In animal crossing games you move into a new town with people-like animals. You're have a house, but you have to work off the value of it and then pay for expansions. You get to decorate your house, buy clothes, design clothes, help your neighbors, hunt for bugs, look for fossils, catch fish, and just hang out. You don't have to do anything, but you can do anything you want. And if you have friends with 3DS systems and the game, you can visit their town too.
The biggest addition to New Leaf is that you are the mayor. So you have more control to the design and look of your town than ever before. And you can pass ordinances but you have to choose from 4 options. But just like the rest of the game, you can choose to follow your mayor duties or ignore it. This is very much the kind of game that you can do whatever you want and ignore whatever you want.
There are 4 saves so you can have four different people using the same cartridge to have separate houses in the same town. But only the first player to start the game gets to be mayor. Everyone else can play the game, but they're only villagers.
It's a very creative game with no violence. There's a lot of commercialism in that it's a game about stuff, but it's a fun, do what you want, life sim type of game. My girls especially have a lot of fun with it!