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Action Replay device for Nintendo GameCube

A cheating device is any device or method that is used to manipulate gameplay in a way other than permitted in a game's original programming. Examples of popular cheating devices used with Animal Crossing include the Action Replay line of devices produced by Datel and the GameShark line produced by MadCatz. There also exists a variety of ways to modify the data of an Animal Crossing save file through the use of specially designed computer programs such as the Animal Crossing Map Editor for Animal Crossing: Wild World and ACToolkit for Animal Crossing: City Folk.

Console devices[edit]

Cheating devices that are inserted into a console are generally seated between the console and the game, allowing them to regulate interaction between the two. This often involves temporary or permanent changes to a game's code or save data. Alternatively, the device may simply load replacement save data into the game's memory rather than affecting gameplay directly.

GameShark[edit]

The GameShark name was originally used to market products manufactured by Datel in the United States with the company InterAct serving as a local distributor. In 2003 InterAct was sold to MadCatz by parent company Recoton, which had fallen into bankruptcy. While MadCatz kept the GameShark name, Datel held onto the rights to release its proprietary line of cheating devices (aka Action Replay) in North America. This resulted in both companies producing cheating devices for the Nintendo 64 and Nintendo GameCube under different names[1].

Nintendo 64[edit]

Identical cartridges, different names: Action Replay & GameShark
Many versions of the GameShark exist for the Nintendo 64, with later releases offering enhanced features such as the ability to connect to a PC. These successive releases were also made necessary by Nintendo's consistent programming attempts designed to prevent the use of cheating devices. After InterAct's acquisition by MadCatz, Datel's products could no longer be sold under the GameShark name. This resulted in the release of Action Replay branded cheating devices by Datel which are otherwise identical to GameShark branded products.

While there are no known codes specific to Doubutsu no Mori, as neither the GameShark nor the Action Replay saw Japanese release, it is possible to create custom codes for the title using these devices. Additionally, such a cheating device can be used to circumvent the physical barrier, or region lock, that prevents one from playing Dōbutsu no Mori on a non-Japanese console.

Nintendo GameCube[edit]

Instead of inputting codes, the GameShark for the GameCube simply came loaded with game saves, more of which could be downloaded online. Due to its inability to actually manipulate programmed gameplay elements, it sold poorly compared to Datel's Action Replay device. As it is now a discontinued product and its official site no longer online, its compatibility with Animal Crossing cannot be confirmed. However, an archive of available game saves as of May 2010 does not list Animal Crossing as a supported title[2].

Action Replay[edit]

The main benefit offered by the Action Replay line of cheating devices is their ability to manipulate a game's code to produce novel gameplay experiences. Early devices even allowed users to generate their own codes; unfortunately this feature is not maintained in current versions.

Nintendo GameCube[edit]

Comparison of Action Replay discs
Datel began shipping its Action Replay device for the GameCube to retailers on February 18, 2003. It was the first cheating device available for the system and would remain the sole device until GameShark's GameSave release about a year later[3][4]. The Action Replay came pre-loaded with codes for Animal Crossing as noted in their late January press release[5].

Two versions of the Action Replay device were produced. The original device allows for the input of custom codes which are saved onto the memory card packaged with the device. The second version, labeled v1.2 or higher and marketed as Wii-compatible, does not allow custom code input. The updated device also features a new logo and is available as an individual Mini CD or packaged together with an Action Replay branded memory card. In addition, it does not contain the code for Super Mario Bros., thereby only providing access to three of the Forbidden Four. For these reasons, the original Action Replay is often sought after, making it harder to find and more expensive in second-hand markets.

There also exists a specialized Animal Crossing Ultimate Codes disc marketed under the Action Replay brand which features the same codes as the updated Action Replay device (and therefore does not contain the code for Super Mario Bros.).

Action Replay codes[edit]

Action Replay codes for Animal Crossing

Code Effect Notes

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ZQJ2-FQYR-J4DZ4
K5FW-Y9WY-MH2PZ
UAXQ-3T7A-XKN3D

Enable Debug Mode Debug stuff can be controlled with a second controller plugged into port 2.

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JBGN-MHB5-WH70F
WB5R-Y7YH-6FBHC
28MN-D9B7-NAP8K
12P0-Z375-UK3AG
2N5Z-GB2B-H3BTZ

Debug Mode On/Off (Press R + DPad Up/Down) -

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NP7E-4T7X-QX8PU
NWFQ-2WNR-99BU7
15GC-XJ2U-URG0F
K4T2-961B-NEAHM
7551-MZYA-H9J40
K662-MYEH-HT81Q

Enable Forest Map Select (Press RESET) Press the RESET button once at title screen or twice in-game to activate the Forest Map Select screen.

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2QDF-X2YZ-7GH27
PQ07-R7PA-NN3HV
15GC-XJ2U-URG0F
K4T2-961B-NEAHM
7551-MZYA-H9J40
K662-MYEH-HT81Q

Enable Debug Player Select (Press RESET) -

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PQDC-MQT9-9HWJ0
WNRR-EH35-7UAY7
15GC-XJ2U-URG0F
K4T2-961B-NEAHM
7551-MZYA-H9J40
K662-MYEH-HT81Q

Enable Debug FlashROM Screen (Press RESET) -

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DN3N-TNFR-04UG3
P514-477F-7ZD57
5U9D-3Y3U-2HP46

Replace Porter With Blazel (Beta Villager) -

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NHWZ-ZZKD-W1PGZ
YJGY-0KZP-RRGW0
TPR1-4D69-MNW2V
XH2K-V062-FJC5U
C4Z7-98MH-ETDZ9
NHY5-6UGD-B5UCJ

16:9 Aspect Ratio (Widescreen) -

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2ZC7-JBB2-446T8
BVK5-A4RK-BBTFG
5BV0-TGKK-KTB0C

Max Friendship -

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Q090-Z2ER-YU0G2
BVK5-A4RK-BBTFG
MX17-RV7W-TY6JG

No Friendship -

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1681-VT09-DA4AY
Q3J5-DKV5-EWMRH
RPY2-F5P3-9FGXV

Never Have Cockroaches -

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Z531-90WG-R71PP
Q3J5-DKV5-EWMRH
PW0F-62HY-141X9

Always Have Cockroaches -

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J7DM-BZTU-N6DTB
ZRC7-56EH-GB8FJ

Weed-B-Gone (Enter House) -

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EKW4-J37K-W1MNT
B3GH-Y8GW-0YZR0
KGAZ-5Q90-EK6B3
TFVP-PYPF-DFG7B
Q9XY-6V2X-YGN76
ZWBZ-5CYM-8TMC5

All Items Purchasable (Catalog) -

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MBJH-YB4U-C09EP
Y2K2-W636-BUGUF
38C4-DZJU-0650T

Shop: 24h Open -

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7416-A2J2-EU711
E5M2-3BN3-KM81W
7GET-R2AT-BTQUW

Walk & Run Faster -

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HNDH-NNBB-D87YB
TNZR-AZ05-D7G73
92AM-GAN0-4NFJD

Go Anywhere -

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H08J-7PDZ-3CXZH
63CU-4DUJ-XG424

Flowers Can't Be Trampled -

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UQR7-6RX3-PTMWW
BVV1-PPZU-R7K4U
2HWN-7X03-JKRV4

Draw Process Bar -

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F20U-279N-NVC1N
6B7W-Y0C8-HQA3Y
77RW-NM18-ZAT3V
P65Q-GZF2-VG196

Enable NES Emulator Filer Mode Filer Mode Control Keys:
R = Filer Mode On/Off
B = Auto Demo Mode
DPad Up/Down = Previous/Next Game
DPad Left/Right = Jump to Clu Clu Land

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ZGMW-4UNM-KH4UN
7PUC-0WXZ-MJM3W
JRHJ-8V1M-B2XUD
XPNY-AFDE-UV5V8
DCE1-B0E4-VETJF
K893-PA8H-K23X3
KPWY-BRFT-HQ2B2
EWKM-Q8PU-6B760
DAGH-U8ZY-UHMVC
PNFR-3DVT-DU55Q
E9FZ-A3QA-YCERP
EGNF-XCXH-AGYJV
PW80-A0H8-C713Y
0X4D-AA0Y-7F592
CWDH-A6GZ-FDEHF

Camera Modifier (Press L + DPad Up/Down/Left) L + DPad Up = Zoom In
L + DPad Down = Zoom Out
L + DPad Left = Normal/Reset & Activate Code

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0XJ3-YCA6-JY1UQ
Q8WN-JW2T-FW525
B07N-U3WY-AUABZ
BKDT-MUNQ-T3KHR
F9DA-6T38-GVRN4
J5RH-AC5R-4TKGJ
53AB-C1J5-ACHT7
D3TC-JMVQ-6YZFU
CA82-GZ79-516KW
AVP5-NDP7-KMVC9
AYAE-Q9W6-DU6GT
WB5R-Y7YH-6FBHC
EFZF-BHDV-TN3WW
12P0-Z375-UK3AG
07YX-WZ7T-33Y9P

Player Size Modifier (Press R + DPad Up/Down/Left) R + DPad Up = Grow
R + DPad Down = Shrink
R + DPad Left = Normal/Reset & Activate Code

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BY1B-7M0A-7DD8R
THX1-JWZ1-AQA1A

Clock Always On (Field) -

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YTTD-KNU7-9XY89
C274-AMMP-5083D

Clock Always Off (Field) -

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ZPJ7-D6AT-C889Z
UWMZ-B1V8-T9QK9
6BTB-PUX5-9G758

No Background Music -

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040141B4 C3E2807C
04218C5C xxxxxxxx

Background Music Volume Modifier xxxxxxxx = Volume
(IEEE-754 SP Floating-Point Number)
00000000 - 0%
3F000000 - 50%
3F800000 - 100%

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012687E8 000000xx

Player 1 Tan Modifier xx = Tan 00 .. 08 (Max)

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0126AC28 000000xx

Player 2 Tan Modifier xx = Tan 00 .. 08 (Max)

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0126D068 000000xx

Player 3 Tan Modifier xx = Tan 00 .. 08 (Max)

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0126F4A8 000000xx

Player 4 Tan Modifier xx = Tan 00 .. 08 (Max)

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XBDP-0CD1-C8E8F
51TW-ZPPH-D1ZWJ

Player 1 Max Tan -

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04003960 386000xx
04003964 54661838
04003968 483EFB1C
043F3480 4BC104E0

Season Modifier (GFX Only)

Seasons

xx = Season
00 - Winter (01. Jan - 03. Feb)
01 - Winter (04. Feb - 17. Feb)
02 - Winter (18. Feb - 24. Feb)
03 - Spring (25. Feb - 31. Mar)
04 - Spring (01. Apr - 08. Apr)
05 - Spring (09. Apr - 25. May)
06 - Summer (26. May - 22. Jul)
07 - Summer (23. Jul - 31. Aug)
08 - Summer (01. Sep - 15. Sep)
09 - Autumn (16. Sep - 30. Sep)
0A - Autumn (01. Oct - 15. Oct)
0B - Autumn (16. Oct - 29. Oct)
0C - Autumn (30. Oct - 12. Nov)
0D - Autumn (13. Nov - 28. Nov)
0E - Autumn (29. Nov - 09. Dec)
0F - Winter (10. Dec - 17. Dec)
10 - Winter (18. Dec - 25. Dec)
11 - Winter (26. Dec - 31. Dec)

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3ZMU-TPAZ-5M4YC
7AD4-RVGG-BM246
Q8DZ-HHQC-NN5ZC
V8BX-PW42-7BM8B
53ED-38BF-FBEUW

Endless Summer -

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040051A0 3C600001
040051A4 3863xxxx
040051A8 7C032040
040051AC 7C832378
040051B0 4082000C
040051B4 3C600001
040051B8 3863yyyy
040051BC 4E800020
0453A198 4BACB009
04544FFC 4BAC01A5

Villager Model Replacer
(Replaces villager model xxxx with model yyyy.)

Regular Villager Model IDs

E000 - Bob (Cat)
E001 - Olivia (Cat)
E002 - Mitzi (Cat)
E003 - Kiki (Cat)
E004 - Tangy (Cat)
E005 - Kabuki (Cat)
E006 - Tabby (Cat)
E007 - Monique (Cat)
E008 - Stinky (Cat)
E009 - Purrl (Cat)
E00A - Kitty (Cat)
E00B - Tom (Cat)
E00C - Rosie (Cat)
E00D - Nosegay (Anteater)
E00E - Zoe (Anteater)
E00F - Pango (Anteater)
E010 - Cyrano (Anteater)
E011 - Snooty (Anteater)
E012 - Teddy (Bear)
E013 - Chow (Bear)
E014 - Dozer (Bear)
E015 - Nate (Bear)
E016 - Groucho (Bear)
E017 - Tutu (Bear)
E018 - Ursula (Bear)
E019 - Grizzly (Bear)
E01A - Pinky (Bear)
E01B - Jay (Bird)
E01C - Twiggy (Bird)
E01D - Anchovy (Bird)
E01E - Piper (Bird)
E01F - Admiral (Bird)
E020 - Otis (Bird)
E021 - Robin (Bird)
E022 - Midge (Bird)
E023 - Ace (Bird)
E024 - Twirp (Bird)
E025 - Chuck (Cow)
E026 - Stu (Cow)
E027 - Goose (Chicken)
E028 - Betty (Chicken)
E029 - Hector (Chicken)
E02A - Egbert (Chicken)
E02B - Ava (Chicken)
E02C - Hank (Chicken)
E02D - Leigh (Chicken)
E02E - Rhoda (Chicken)
E02F - Vladimir (Bear)
E030 - Murphy (Bear)
E031 - Cupcake (Bear)
E032 - Kody (Bear)
E033 - Maple (Bear)
E034 - Pudge (Bear)
E035 - Olive (Bear)
E036 - Poncho (Bear)
E037 - Bluebear (Bear)
E038 - Patty (Cow)
E039 - Petunia (Cow)
E03A - Bessie (Cow)
E03B - Belle (Cow)
E03C - Alfonso (Alligator)
E03D - Boots (Alligator)
E03E - Liz (Alligator)
E03F - Biskit (Dog)
E040 - Goldie (Dog)
E041 - Daisy (Dog)
E042 - Lucky (Dog)
E043 - Portia (Dog)
E044 - Maddie (Dog)
E045 - Butch (Dog)
E046 - Bill (Duck)
E047 - Pompom (Duck)
E048 - Joey (Duck)
E049 - Scoot (Duck)
E04A - Derwin (Duck)
E04B - Freckles (Duck)
E04C - Paolo (Elephant)
E04D - Dizzy (Elephant)
E04E - Axel (Elephant)
E04F - Emerald (Frog)
E050 - Tad (Frog)
E051 - Wart Jr. (Frog)
E052 - Cousteau (Frog)
E053 - Puddles (Frog)
E054 - Lily (Frog)
E055 - Jeremiah (Frog)
E056 - Huck (Frog)
E057 - Camofrog (Frog)
E058 - Ribbot (Frog)
E059 - Prince (Frog)
E05A - Jambette (Frog)
E05B - Billy (Goat)
E05C - Chevre (Goat)
E05D - Iggy (Goat)
E05E - Gruff (Goat)
E05F - Sven (Goat)
E060 - Velma (Goat)
E061 - Jane (Gorilla)
E062 - Cesar (Gorilla)
E063 - Louie (Gorilla)
E064 - Peewee (Gorilla)
E065 - Rollo (Hippo)
E066 - Bubbles (Hippo)
E067 - Bertha (Hippo)
E068 - Elmer (Horse)
E069 - Winnie (Horse)
E06A - Savannah (Horse)
E06B - Ed (Horse)
E06C - Cleo (Horse)
E06D - Peaches (Horse)
E06E - Buck (Horse)
E06F - Carrie (Kangaroo)
E070 - Mathilda (Kangaroo)
E071 - Marcy (Kangaroo)
E072 - Kitt (Kangaroo)
E073 - Valise (Kangaroo)
E074 - Astrid (Kangaroo)
E075 - Sydney (Koala)
E076 - Gonzo (Koala)
E077 - Ozzie (Koala)
E078 - Yuka (Koala)
E079 - Huggy (Koala)
E07A - Rex (Lion)
E07B - Aziz (Lion)
E07C - Leopold (Lion)
E07D - Samson (Mouse)
E07E - Penny (Mouse)
E07F - Dora (Mouse)
E080 - Chico (Mouse)
E081 - Candi (Mouse)
E082 - Rizzo (Mouse)
E083 - Anicotti (Mouse)
E084 - Limberg (Mouse)
E085 - Carmen (Mouse)
E086 - Octavian (Octopus)
E087 - Sandy (Ostrich)
E088 - Sprocket (Ostrich)
E089 - Rio (Ostrich)
E08A - Queenie (Ostrich)
E08B - Apollo (Hawk)
E08C - Buzz (Hawk)
E08D - Quetzal (Hawk)
E08E - Amelia (Hawk)
E08F - Pierce (Hawk)
E090 - Roald (Penguin)
E091 - Aurora (Penguin)
E082 - Hopper (Penguin)
E093 - Cube (Penguin)
E094 - Puck (Penguin)
E095 - Gwen (Penguin)
E096 - Friga (Penguin)
E097 - Curly (Pig)
E098 - Truffles (Pig)
E099 - Spork (Pig)
E09A - Hugh (Pig)
E09B - Rasher (Pig)
E09C - Sue E (Pig)
E09D - Hambo (Pig)
E09E - Lucy (Pig)
E09F - Cobb (Pig)
E0A0 - Boris (Pig)
E0A1 - Bunnie (Rabbit)
E0A2 - Doc (Rabbit)
E0A3 - Gaston (Rabbit)
E0A4 - Coco (Rabbit)
E0A5 - Gabi (Rabbit)
E0A6 - Dotty (Rabbit)
E0A7 - Genji (Rabbit)
E0A8 - Snake (Rabbit)
E0A9 - Claude (Rabbit)
E0AA - Tank (Rhino)
E0AB - Spike (Rhino)
E0AC - Tiara (Rhino)
E0AD - Vesta (Sheep)
E0AE - Filbert (Squirrel)
E0AF - Hazel (Squirrel)
E0B0 - Peanut (Squirrel)
E0B1 - Pecan (Squirrel)
E0B2 - Ricky (Squirrel)
E0B3 - Static (Squirrel)
E0B4 - Mint (Squirrel)
E0B5 - Nibbles (Squirrel)
E0B6 - Tybalt (Tiger)
E0B7 - Rolf (Tiger)
E0B8 - Bangle (Tiger)
E0B9 - Lobo (Wolf)
E0BA - Freya (Wolf)
E0BB - Chief (Wolf)
E0BC - Weber (Duck)
E0BD - Mallary (Duck)
E0BE - Wolfgang (Wolf)
E0BF - Hornsby (Rhino)
E0C0 - Oxford (Cow)
E0C1 - T-Bone (Cow)
E0C2 - Biff (Hippo)
E0C3 - Opal (Elephant)
E0C4 - Bones (Dog)
E0C5 - Bea (Dog)
E0C6 - Bitty (Hippo)
E0C7 - Rocco (Hippo)
E0C8 - Lulu (Hippo)
E0C9 - Blaire (Squirrel)
E0CA - Sally (Squirrel)
E0CB - Ellie (Elephant)
E0CC - Eloise (Elephant)
E0CD - Alli (Alligator)
E0CE - Pippy (Rabbit)
E0CF - Eunice (Sheep)
E0D0 - Baabara (Sheep)
E0D1 - Fang (Wolf)
E0D2 - Deena (Duck)
E0D3 - Pate (Duck)
E0D4 - Stella (Sheep)
E0D5 - Cashmere (Sheep)
E0D6 - Woolio (Sheep)
E0D7 - Cookie (Dog)
E0D8 - Maelle (Duck - Islander)
E0D9 - O'Hare (Rabbit - Islander)
E0DA - Bliss (Squirrel - Islander)
E0DB - Drift (Frog - Islander)
E0DC - Bud (Lion - Islander)
E0DD - Boomer (Duck - Islander)
E0DE - Eilina (Elephant - Islander)
E0DF - Flash (Bird - Islander)
E0E0 - Dobie (Wolf - Islander)
E0E1 - Flossie (Mouse - Islander)
E0E2 - Annalise (Horse - Islander)
E0E3 - Plucky (Chicken - Islander)
E0E4 - Faith (Koala - Islander)
E0E5 - Yodel (Gorilla - Islander)
E0E6 - Rowan (Tiger - Islander)
E0E7 - June (Bear - Islander)
E0E8 - Cheri (Bear)
E0E9 - Pigleg (Pig - Islander)
E0EA - Ankha (Cat - Islander)
E0EB - Punchy (Cat)

Special Villager Model IDs

D000 - Wendell (Walrus)
D001 - Redd (Fox)
D002 - Gracie (Giraffe)
D003 - Pelly (Pelican)
D004 - Rover (Cat)
D005 - Rover (Cat)
D006 - Saharah (Camel)
D007 - Joan (Pig - Backpack)
D008 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Apron)
D009 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Shirt)
D00A - Tom Nook (Raccoon - White Apron)
D00B - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Suit)
D00C - Katrina (Cat)
D00D - Copper (Dog)
D00E - Porter (Monkey)
D00F - Jingle (Reindeer)
D010 - Booker (Dog)
D011 - Pete (Pelican)
D012 - Phyllis (Pelican)
D013 - Redd (Fox)
D014 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Apron)
D015 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Shirt)
D016 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - White Apron)
D017 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Suit)
D018 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D019 - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Apron)
D01A - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Shirt)
D01B - Tom Nook (Raccoon - White Apron)
D01C - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Blue Suit)
D01D - Chip (Beaver)
D01E - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Apron)
D01F - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D020 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D021 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D022 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D023 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D024 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D025 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D026 - Tommy (Raccoon)
D027 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D028 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D029 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D02A - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D02B - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D02C - Redd (Fox - Striped Apron)
D02D - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D02E - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D02F - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D030 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D031 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D032 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D033 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D034 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D035 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D036 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D037 - Timmy (Raccoon)
D038 - Joan (Pig)
D039 - Redd (Fox)
D03A - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Apron)
D03B - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Apron)
D03C - Tom Nook (Raccoon - Striped Apron)
D03D - Katrina (Cat)
D03E - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D03F - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D040 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D041 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D042 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D043 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D044 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D045 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D046 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D047 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D048 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D049 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D04A - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D04B - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D04C - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D04D - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D04E - Copper (Dog - Tracksuit)
D04F - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D050 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D051 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D052 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D053 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D054 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D055 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D056 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D057 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D058 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D059 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05A - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05B - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05C - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05D - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05E - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D05F - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D060 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D061 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D062 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D063 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D064 - Gulliver (Pelican)
D065 - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D066 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D067 - Porter (Monkey)
D068 - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D069 - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D06A - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D06B - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D06C - Blazel (Squirrel - Beta)
D06D - Blathers (Owl)
D06E - Tortimer (Turtle)
D06F - Wisp (Ghost)
D070 - Mable (Hedgehog)
D071 - Sable (Hedgehog)
D072 - Kapp'n (Turtle)
D073 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D074 - Tortimer (Turtle)
D075 - Blanca (Cat)
D076 - Blanca (Cat)
D077 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D078 - Tortimer (Turtle)
D079 - Jack (Spooky Spirit)
D07A - Porter (Monkey)
D07B - Gulliver (Pelican)
D07C - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D07D - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D07E - Don Resetti (Mole)
D07F - Tortimer (Turtle)
D080 - Mr. Resetti (Mole)
D081 - Mr. Resetti (Mole - Black Suit)
D082 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D083 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D084 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D085 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D086 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D087 - Tortimer (Turtle)
D088 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D089 - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D08A - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D08B - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D08C - K.K. Slider (Dog)
D08D - Franklin (Turkey)
D08E - Farley (Well-Spirit - Invisible)
D08F - K.K. Slider (Dog)

Show code

040051A0 3C600001
040051A4 3863xxxx
040051A8 4E800020
0453A198 4BACB009
04544FFC 4BAC01A5

Villager Model Modifier
(xxxx = Villager Model ID)

Show code

GXAW-51MC-8PMCN
79R3-1X4P-8PGM1
F6FY-5B2H-VDDMC
J8C5-9UZE-QZ2QY
QQQ5-K1TH-968XC
6N42-G2JT-NV1AF

Replace All Villager Models With Don Resetti Model -

Show code

QUB4-6H64-183FY
79R3-1X4P-8PGM1
R3UM-AWBH-J9EMR
NDWY-J6BV-G60NQ
D59E-KT6R-PR4KE
96T3-EDH7-Y0RBP
3WAB-MJ53-8RH9Z
7XP8-W3V2-60ZG4
1T0D-1HU8-H1WUG
QQQ5-K1TH-968XC
6N42-G2JT-NV1AF

Replace Blathers Model With K.K. Slider Model -

Show code

X35Z-3PHE-XEP3B
FV2H-V5EK-KTV8F
TF93-RT3J-T5K5H
VT9D-ZT85-J3YM8
HP6F-X8PJ-6N72M
QQQ5-K1TH-968XC
6N42-G2JT-NV1AF

Random Villager Models -


In-game effects[edit]

Animal Crossing[edit]

Using an Action Replay on Animal Crossing, it is possible to give one certain items (such as the Snowman Series) or modify the bug/fish log to say they have caught everything available. The players can also grow and shrink using the C-control stick, and jump using the Z button, which can be used to get onto the train track, jump into the river, and get to the island.

Animal Crossing: Wild World[edit]

Wild World is capable of many Action Replay codes. Built into the Action Replay are codes that give the player an infinite supply of any item (not including "not used" items by default), infinite Bells, the ability to reduce their mortgage by huge amounts, the ability to remove weeds, and so on. There are also programs, such as AnimalMap, which can create powerful codes to change acres in the town, spawn items on the world map, duplicate buildings, and give "seeds" – buildings that are held in the inventory, which make buildings when dropped. Jumping is not possible, as Wild World has no Z-axis for both players and non-playable characters.

Animal Crossing: City Folk[edit]

City Folk has no Action Replay codes, but uses game saves instead. Game saves can be installed using Action Replay for Wii. Despite this, there is a way to alter the game's files using the Homebrew Channel and using Gecko codes via Cheat Manager.

Game save editors[edit]

Animal Crossing Map Editor[edit]

AC Toolkit[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]


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