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For detailed information about this series, see: Nookipedia or Animal Crossing Wiki

Animal Crossing, called Dobutsu no Mori (Animal Forest) in Japan, is a series of community simulation video games by Nintendo.

The released games are:

  • Dobutsu no Mori (April 14, 2001), Nintendo 64. Only released in Japan.
    • Dobutsu no Mori+ (December 14, 2001), GameCube. Updated version of Dobutsu no Mori, only released in Japan.
      • Animal Crossing (September 15, 2002), GameCube. Version of Dobutsu no Mori+ adapted specifically for the western market. It was later released in Japan as Dobutsu no Mori e+ with some minor changes (though some consider it a seaparate, third update).
  • Animal Crossing: Wild World (November 23, 2005), Nintendo DS. Known in Japan as Oideyo Dobutsu no Mori (Come to Animal Forest). Also released in 2015 for Wii U.
  • Animal Crossing: City Folk (November 16, 2008), Wii. Called Machi e iko yo: Dobutsu no mori (Animal Forest: Let's Go to the City) in Japan, and Animal Forest: Let's Go to the City in Europe.
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf (November 8, 2012), Nintendo 3DS. Called obidase Dobutsu no Mori (Animal Forest: Jump Out) in Japan.
  • Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (July 30, 2015), Nintendo 3DS. A minor game in the series, centered around home design. A series of 304 amiibo cards was also announced, consisting in three series of 100 cards each, plus 4 special cards.
  • Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival (November 13, 2015), Wii U. A minor entry in the series, it's a party game. Also a series of 16 amiibo figures was released.

Also two applications were released for DSiWare: Animal Crossing Calculator, released on February 25, 2009, and Animal Crossing Clock, released on April 1, 2009.

A mobile game is also set for a March 2017 release.

Additionally, a movie based on the games titled Gekijoban Dōbutsu no Mori (Animal Forest: The Movie) was released in theaters in Japan on December 16, 2006.

Links to other series

Note: the Famicom games Gomoku Narabe Renju and Mahjong, available in Dobutsu no Mori+, are not included since being abstract games, they are not fictional works.

Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L Balloon Fight20010414 April 14, 2001Balloon Fight is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Forest and its revisions.2
4Arrow L Clu Clu Land20010414 April 14, 2001Clu Clu Land is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Forest, with Clu Clu Land D added in its revisions.2
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Donkey Kong20010414 April 14, 2001The NES games Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr. Math are featured as unlockable playable games in Dobutsu no Mori with Donkey Kong Jr. and Donkey Kong 3 added in its revisions, while Donkey Kong can be heard playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze; Louie from Animal Forest is based on Donkey Kong.2
4Arrow L Golf (Nintendo)20010414 April 14, 2001Golf is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Forest and its revisions.2
4Arrow L Pinball (Nintendo)20010414 April 14, 2001Pinball is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Forest and its revisions.2
4Arrow L Tennis (Nintendo)20010414 April 14, 2001Tennis is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Forest and its revisions.2
4Arrow L Zelda20010414 April 14, 2001Rupees from the Zelda series appear in Animal Forest and later games in the series, while Wolf Link, Medli, Ganon and Epona appear in Animal Crossing: New Leaf when scanning Zelda amiibo. Hyrule is also mentioned in later Animal Crossing games and there are other minor references as well.1
4Arrow L Star Fox20010414 April 14, 2001An Arwing from the Star Fox series appears as an item in all Animal Crossing games.2
3

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Mario20010414 April 14, 2001Animal Forest and its sequels mention locations from the Mario series; the downloadable content pack Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8 for Mario Kart 8 includes elements from the Animal Crossing series; there also are Mario-themed clothes and furnitures in the series as well as other minor references.1
4Arrow L Golden Sun20010414 April 14, 2001Animal Forest and its revisions mention a location from Golden Sun.1
4Arrow L Pokémon20010414 April 14, 2001The Pokémon Pikachu console makes an appearance in Animal Forest and its sequels; one of the designs in the Animal Crossing e-Reader cards is based on the Pokéball.2
4Arrow L Baseball (Nintendo)20011214 December 14, 2001Baseball is featured as an unlockable playable game in Dobutsu no Mori+ and its revisions.2
3

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Wario20011214 December 14, 2001The NES version of Wario's Woods is featured as an unlockable playable game in Dobutsu no Mori+ and its revisions; a microgame version of Animal Crossing: Wild World is featured in WarioWare: Smooth Moves.2
4Arrow L Ice Climber20011214 December 14, 2001Ice Climber is featured in the code of Dobutsu no Mori+ and Animal Crossing, but was made available shortly only in Japan.2
4Arrow L Excite20020915 September 15, 2002ExciteBike is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Crossing.2
4Arrow L Soccer (Nintendo)20020915 September 15, 2002ExciteBike is featured as an unlockable playable game in Animal Crossing.2
4Arrow L Metroid2003 2003Elements from the Metroid series appear in many Animal Crossing games as clothes and furnitures.2
4Arrow L Pikmin2003 2003Elements from the Pikmin series appear in many Animal Crossing games as clothes and furnitures; the Gyroid Bust from Pikmin 2 is based on the Gyroids from Animal Crossing.2
5Arrow R Super Smash Bros.20080131 January 31, 2008Super Smash Bros. Brawl features a stage, an item and an Assist Trophy from the Animal Crossing series; Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and for Wii U also feature the Villager as a selectable character.1
5Arrow R Captain Rainbow20080828 August 28, 2008Captain Rainbow features a reference to K. K. Slider from Animal Crossing3
5Arrow R Kirby20080922 September 22, 2008The Gold Watering Can from Animal Crossing is an obtainable item in Kirby Super Star Ultra; one of the designs in the Animal Crossing e-Reader cards is based on Kirby.1
5Arrow R Wii games20081016 October 16, 2008The title theme from Animal Crossing: Wild World and The K.K. Slider song K.K. Blues are playable in Wii Music.2
4Arrow L Nintendogs20081116 November 16, 2008Puppet versions of Nintendogs are featured in Animal Crossing: City Folk.2
4Arrow L F-Zero20081116 November 16, 2008The Blue Falcon from F-Zero appears as a forniture item in Animal Crossing: City Folk and New Leaf.2
4Arrow L Punch-Out!!20090522 May 22, 2009In a DLC for the European version of Animal Crossing: City Folk, Little Mac sends a letter and a gift to the player's character; Punch-Out!! Featuring Mr. Dream is also featured as an unlockable playable game in Dobutsu no Mori+ and its revisions.1
4Arrow L Mother20121108 November 08, 2012Animal Crossing: New Leaf features a reference to the Mother series.2
4Arrow L Luigi20121108 November 08, 2012Animal Crossing: New Leaf features a music track originally from Luigi's Mansion.3
4Arrow L My Neighbor Totoro20121108 November 08, 2012Animal Crossing: New Leaf features a shrine based on Totoro.2
5Arrow R Nintendo Land20121118 November 18, 2012Nintendo Land features a minigame based on the Animal Crossing series.2
5Arrow R Style Savvy20130214 February 14, 2013Style Savvy: Trendsetters features downloadable clothes based on Animal Crossing: New Leaf, while Girls Mode 3 features a costume based on Isabelle, unlocked by using her amiibo.2
5Arrow R Monster Hunter20141011 October 11, 2014Isabelle and Mister Resetti from the Animal Crossing series appear in Monster Hunter 4G/Ultimate as downloadable skins.1
5Arrow R Nintendo Badge Arcade20141217 December 17, 2014Nintendo Badge Arcade features badges based on the Animal Crossing series.2
5Arrow R Steven Universe20150319 March 19, 2015At the end of the episode "Open Book", there's an Animal Crossing GameCube video game case in Steven's room.2
4Arrow L Puzzle League20161102 November 02, 2016Animal Crossing: New Leaf features a special "Puzzle League" mode based on the Puzzle League series, added through an update.2
4Arrow L Hello Kitty20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Hello Kitty amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Hello Kitty themed furniture.2
4Arrow L My Melody20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a My Melody amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks My Melody themed furniture.2
4Arrow L Kero Kero Keroppi20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Kero Kero Keroppi amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Kero Kero Keroppi themed furniture.2
4Arrow L Cinnamoroll20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Cinnamoroll amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Cinnamoroll themed furniture.2
4Arrow L Pom Pom Purin20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Pom Pom Purin amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Pom Pom Purin themed furniture.2
4Arrow L Little Twin Stars20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Little Twin Stars amiibo card in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Little Twin Stars themed furniture.2
4Arrow L Splatoon20161103 November 03, 2016Scanning a Splatoon amiibo in Animal Crossing: New Leaf unlocks Splatoon themed items and furniture.2

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