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Inclines, also known as ramps, are a type of geography that appear in all Animal Crossing series games, with the exception in Animal Crossing: Wild World, where the town has only one level. As its name implies, it connects the higher and lower parts of town. It is a vertical piece of land, usually covered in grass. Due to a ramp's steep slope, however, sport balls and snowballs are difficult to transport uphill since both easily roll down the ramp.


In Animal Crossing[edit]

In Animal Crossing, each town has at least two inclines, one on each side of town. Occasionally, a town can have four inclines.

In City Folk[edit]

In Animal Crossing: City Folk, inclines serve the same purpose as in Animal Crossing.

In New Leaf[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, ramps connect the town and the beach, and can be on the same side of town. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, a new sideways-facing type of ramp is added. It appears on either the eastern or western side of town (the cliff side), and leads to the Campground, which is a major new addition run by Harvey.

In New Horizons[edit]

In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the player begins the game with no inclines on their island. In the meantime, the player would need to use a Ladder. After Resident Services is upgraded from a tent to a building, the player may talk to Tom Nook and decide to purchase inclines for the island. A maximum of eight inclines can be built on a single island. Additionally, inclines can be demolished for a fee of 10,000 Bells.

Name Image Cost
Natural Ramp     98,000 Bells
Blue Plank Ramp     128,000 Bells
White-Plank Ramp     128,000 Bells
Log Staircase     168,000 Bells
Stone Staircase     168,000 Bells
Brick Staircase     198,000 Bells
Blue Steel Staircase     228,000 Bells
Red Steel Staircase     228,000 Bells

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