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Animal Crossing: Top 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing by Nintendo is the most popular video game in the world. On message boards, fans spend hours discussing every small detail, from describing their character’s new outfits to giving any hints and hacks that others may have missed.

If you’re one of those enthusiasts, you may know more about how to play the game than the Animal Crossing series as a whole. Take a break from island hopping and fossil hunting to explore some interesting Animal Crossing facts.

1. Since 2002, the mew mew hasn’t caught a train.

Animal Crossing: 10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing: 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Players will embark on a train journey when they begin a new game in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, where they will be joined by Rover. He says he hasn’t taken a rail trip since 2002. (the year that the first Animal Crossing game was released). Whatever the reason for his aversion to public transportation, it’s great to see the kitten on the go once more.

2. Mr. Resetti really scared the players.

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Animal Crossing: 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Mr. Resetti isn’t a fan of folks not saving their game properly, and gets mad about it. Some players are scared by the character.

Former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said, “It seems like younger female players, in particular, are scared. I’ve heard that some of them have even cried.”

3. Players Can Break Into Tom Nook’s Shop.

Animal Crossing: 10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing: 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

After a long day in the shop, Tom Nook, like everyone else, needs rest. The last thing he’d expect is to have someone breaking in.

When Tom Nook’s shop is closed in the Japanese version of Animal Crossing, players can break in. Unfortunately, Nook will find them and charge them an additional fee for their purchases. This was not included in the game’s North American and European versions.

4. In ‘Animal Crossing,’ you can play NES games.

Animal Crossing: 10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing: 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing was a surprising success on the Nintendo GameCube in 2001. Players can play classic NES games like Donkey Kong and Clu Clu Land inside this game.

These games can be obtained in a variety of ways, such as presents from villagers and Nintendo giveaways.

Certain exclusive games can be unlocked depending on the region. Players in North America, for example, can get Mario Bros.

5. Isabelle Originally Didn’t Have A Name.

Animal Crossing: 10 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Animal Crossing: 5 Fun Facts You Might Not Know

Isabelle had no actual name during the production of Animal Crossing: New Leaf. “Secretary” was used as a placeholder by the creators. Her Japanese name was Shizue at the time of the game’s release, as the character was a Shih Tzu.

Isabelle is her name in North America because her head looks a bag of bells. She’s known as Fuffi in Italy, which is a nickname for dogs in the area.

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