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{{Nihongo|'''''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'''''|とびだせどうぶつの森|Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori|Animal Forest: Jump Out}} is the sixth installment in the {{SER}}, being developed by [[Nintendo]] and has been released exclusively for the [[Nintendo 3DS]]. Prior to the release date, players could pre-order New Leaf from {{wp|GAME}} and get a free Isabelle and Town Hall figurine.
 
{{Nihongo|'''''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'''''|とびだせどうぶつの森|Tobidase Dōbutsu no Mori|Animal Forest: Jump Out}} is the sixth installment in the {{SER}}, being developed by [[Nintendo]] and has been released exclusively for the [[Nintendo 3DS]]. Prior to the release date, players could pre-order New Leaf from {{wp|GAME}} and get a free Isabelle and Town Hall figurine.
  
While retaining much of the gameplay from older titles, ''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'' marks a large change in the series, as the [[player]] now becomes the [[mayor]] of the town. With the help of the townsfolk and "[[Isabelle|one eager secretary]]" it is now the player's job to make the town a better place to live. Due to this new role, the game's name is most likely derived from the metaphor "turning over a new leaf", meaning to change a person's job/life, since the player is suddenly assigned the new role of mayor. Coincidentally, the player taking over as mayor was referenced in previous games where, on [[April Fool's Day]], Tortimer would prank the player by saying he is soon going to retire and let the player serve as mayor. These jokes may have played a major role in deciding to finally make this a reality in ''New Leaf''. Like with other Nintendo 3DS titles, the game can be bought from a store or from the eShop. The digital version requires 6,002 blocks of free space on the SD Card to be downloaded.
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While retaining much of the gameplay from older titles, ''Animal Crossing: New Leaf'' marks a large change in the series, as the [[player]] now becomes the [[mayor]] of the town. With the help of the townsfolk and "[[Isabelle|one eager secretary]]" it is now the player's job to make the town a better place to live. Due to this new role, the game's name is most likely derived from the metaphor "turning over a new leaf", meaning to change a person's job/life, since the player is suddenly assigned the new role of mayor. Coincidentally, the player taking over as mayor was referenced in previous games where, on [[April Fool's Day]], Tortimer would prank the player by saying he is soon going to retire and let the player serve as mayor. These jokes may have played a major role in deciding to finally make this a reality in ''New Leaf''.
  
 
''New Leaf'' also has a change of art style, with the players and the [[villager]]s having more human-like proportions, rather than the shorter ones seen in previous games, as well as the [[tree]]s, [[flower]]s, and [[house]]s taking on a more realistic appearance.  
 
''New Leaf'' also has a change of art style, with the players and the [[villager]]s having more human-like proportions, rather than the shorter ones seen in previous games, as well as the [[tree]]s, [[flower]]s, and [[house]]s taking on a more realistic appearance.  

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