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This page explains in detail the interactions between the Animal Crossing series and the Mario series.

Animal Crossing

20010414 April 14, 2001

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Many forniture items in Animal Crossing are based on Mario elements. Items only obtainable using special codes found in Nintendo magazines and websites are:

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Mario elements as forniture items in Animal Crossing.

  • ? Block
  • Brick Block
  • Cannon
  • Coin
  • Fire Flower
  • Flagpole
  • Pipe
  • Shell
  • Starman
  • Super Mushroom
  • Mushroom Mural
  • Block Carpet

The game also includes a golden Mario trophy and a silver Luigi trophy, both obtainable in the game's lottery; A small medal called "Autumn Medal" that features the outline of Mario's face on it and, available as a gift if you win the Fall Sports Fair; a shirt called "Big Bro's Shirt" that features Mario's logo on it; a shirt called "Lil Bro's Shirt" that features Luigi's logo on it; a red shirt with white called "Toad print", although Toad's mushroom cap is white with red dots.

Notably, the Lil Bro's Shirt is worn by Louie, a character based on Donkey Kong and whose name might be a reference to Luigi.

Additionally, a port of Super Mario Bros. is featured in the game's code, but is only playable trough hacking, meaning that it was originally meant to be unlockable, but was later scrapped.

Animal Crossing: Wild World

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Characters dressed like Mario and Luigi in Animal Crossing: Wild World.

20051123 November 23, 2005

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Like its predecessor, Animal Crossing: Wild World features many forinture items based on Mario elements:

  • Warp Pipe
  • ? Block
  • Brick Block
  • Used Block
  • Coin
  • 1-Up Mushroom
  • Super Mushroom
  • Fire Flower
  • Bullet Bill Blaster
  • Fire Bar
  • Flagpole
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There also is an arcade machine featuring a game resembling a fighting game with Mario and Luigi, and some new dresses based on Mario and Luigi.

Animal Crossing: City Folk

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Mario elements as forniture items in Animal Crossing: City Folk.

20081116 November 16, 2008

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Once again many Mario forniture items are featured in the game. All items from the first game return, along with some from the second one and some new ones. Banana, Triple Shells, Yoshi's Egg, bad bro mustaches (an accessory that looks like Wario's nose and mustache), Toad's hat, Peach Parasol, Wario's hat, and a Mario Kart can all be purchased from the Nook Point Tracking System. Also all Mario clothes from the previous game return.

Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8

20150423 April 23, 2015

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This downloadable content pack for Mario Kart 8 includes 3 new characters, 4 new vehicles, and 2 new cups of 4 tracks each. Two of the characters, two of the vehicles and one of the tracks are each based on the Animal Crossing series, specifically:

The two racers are Villager, the player's character of the Animal Crossing series, and Isabelle, a supporting character from Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Villager is featured both in a male and female variant.

The two vehicles are the Streetle, a kart shaped like one of the beetles that can be caught in the Animal Crossing series, and City Tripper, a scooter designed in the style of the games. The vehichles also come with Animal Crossing-themed tires and glider, called Leaf Tires and Paper Glider respectively.

One of the new cups is called Crossing Cup and it includes the track Animal Crossing, set in the Village from Animal Crossing.

Super Mario Maker

2015910 September 10, 2015

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Seventeen of the unlockable costumes that Mario can wear in the game by using a Mystery Mushroom are based on Animal Crossing characters, more than any other series. All costumes when worn replace the sound effects with sounds from the Animal Crossing series, and all but Villager are 8-bit designs based on the repsectivce character's appearance from the Animal Crossing series. These are specifically:

  • Villager: an 8-bit design based on his appearance from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and for Wii U, it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Villager amiibo from the Super Smash Bros. series.
  • Tom Nook: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Tom Nook amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or his amiibo card.
  • K. K. Slider: when worn it replaces some sounds with brief snippets from K.K.'s songs. It can alternatively be unlocked by using the KK Slider amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or his amiibo card.
  • Resetti: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Resetti amiibo card.
  • Rover
  • Timmy and Tommy: a costume consisting in both characters moving together.
  • Blathers
  • Mabel: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Mabel amiibo from the Animal Crossing series.
  • Kapp'n: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Kapp'n amiibo card.
  • Celeste
  • Kicks: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Kicks amiibo card.
  • Isabelle (summer outfit): it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Isabelle (summer outfit) amiibo card.
  • Isabelle (winter outfit): it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Isabelle amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or the Isabelle (winter outfit) amiibo card.
  • Digby: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Digby amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or his amiibo card.
  • Cyrus: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Cyrus amiibo from the Animal Crossing series.
  • Reese: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Reese amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or her amiibo card.
  • Lottie: it can alternatively be unlocked by using the Reese amiibo from the Animal Crossing series or her amiibo card.

License

Copyrights for both series are held by Nintendo.

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