Community:Animal Crossing websites

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This page lists websites for the Animal Crossing series, both official and unofficial.

Official[edit]

Websites[edit]

As Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori e+ are Japan-only titles, they do not have official websites in other languages.

Nintendo of America[edit]

The official url for all North American releases is animal-crossing.com. Because of this many of the websites are no longer functional as information on the previous title was overwritten with each subsequent release. As the Wild World site was flash-based, archives of the site show a blank page; the UK site is a working alternative. The animal-crossing.com URL is included at the bottom of letters in Animal Crossing whenever the player orders an item from their catalog (see Crossing Guardian for more info). The original site was used to distribute otherwise unobtainable NES titles, a functionality not retained in the site's archived version.

Nintendo of Europe[edit]

Nintendo of Japan[edit]

Nintendo of Korea[edit]

iQue Player[edit]

The iQue Player is a system released in China as an equivalent to the Nintendo 64.

Social media accounts[edit]

With the release of Animal Crossing: New Leaf Nintendo increased its social media presence. The tweets sent from the official Twitter accounts are written from Isabelle's perspective (previously by Lottie during Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer and Tom Nook in Animal Crossing: New Horizons) and are all translations of the same message.

Twitter[edit]

Instagram[edit]

Unofficial[edit]

Websites[edit]

Forums, chat, etc.[edit]

Guides and information[edit]

Item Trading/Auction[edit]

Image resources[edit]

Home exteriors[edit]

Home interiors[edit]

Furniture customization[edit]

Misc.[edit]

Tumblr tags[edit]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]

Tools[edit]

Catalogs[edit]

Animal Crossing[edit]
Animal Crossing: New Leaf[edit]
Animal Crossing: New Horizons[edit]

Town map[edit]

Turnip tracking[edit]

  • Tobistock allows users to store their stalk market data and share it with other players, making it easy for users to keep track of prices in other towns. A user's daily turnip prices can be tweeted to the site's official twitter to update their data chart without having to log in or navigate to the site.
  • Turnip Prophet
  • Stalks.io

Hacking/game modification[edit]

Wiimmfi[edit]

Other tools[edit]

E-Reader[edit]

FAQs[edit]

Misc[edit]