Animal Crossing Trophies 1

Animal Crossing Girl

Debut: Animal Crossing

The Girl character from Animal Crossing has a adventurous personality and wants to see the world. She enjoys fishing, watering, catching bugs, digging up fossils, and chatting with her neighbors. She also enjoys the latest fashion and hair designs.


Debut: Animal Crossing: Jump Out

Rumor has it this high-spirited Shitzu is the mayors secretary in Animal Crossing: Jump Out. She follows the player with a pen, paper, and clipboard while jotting down notes. She has a really energetic spirit and is constantly trying to fulfill her secretarial duties.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Jingle is a gift giving reindeer that wanders around the village the night before Toy Day or Christmas Eve. He gives players a present if they talk to him on five separate encounters. These presents are apart of the Holiday theme.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Franklin is a cautious turkey that constantly thinks people are out to eat him. If the player steals utensils and silverware from Tortimers banquet table on Harvest Day, Franklin will give out a piece of Harvest theme furniture. He believes Tortimer and the villagers are out to eat him so he constantly appears scared and frightened.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Jack is a pumpkin spirit that arrives in the players town on Halloween day. In exchange for candy, he will give you a Spooky theme furniture. Unfortunately though, other villagers are out to get your candy so it is best to run. Jack, however, will not run or chase after you so that is the best way to identify him.


Debut: Animal Crossing: City Folk

Pavé is often confused as a female due to his appearance but it doesn’t seem to bother him much. He arrives on Festivale and, when given a colored candy that corresponds to his mood, he will award the player with furniture from his own series.

Zipper T. Bunny

Debut: Animal Crossing: City Folk

Zipper T. Bunny comes to town every Bunny Day. He hides Easter eggs around the village and tasks the player to find a gold foil in any of the eggs. He rewards the player with furniture from the egg series. He is apparently a mysterious figure underneath his rabbit suit and seems to hate his job.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Chip comes to town and hosts a fishing tournament. The villager who fishes the largest bass by 6 pm receives a prize. However, his methods of measuring the fish is somewhat….fishy because he eats them before announcing the actual size. If the player wins the tournament by 6 pm, he or she will receive a prize in the mail.


Debut: Animal Crossing: Wild World

Lyle is a weasel that sells insurance and reps the Happy Room Academy. While he seems respectable, some insiders point towards shadier business tactics, but not as bad as Redd. He is always excited for customers and will push every single possible cosnumer aspect onto the player.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Gracie is the queen of the fashion world. She has become very successful for her patterns and designs. However, underneath all the glamour, she’s a powerful business women. She will roll into town to educate bumpkin villagers on the latest city fashions. Some of the other snoty villagers may call her designs trash and her car a garbage heap.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Octavian is rare in the Animal Crossing world due to being an octopus. He is usually cranky but talking to him near the ocean will cause him to reflect on his youthful days and recollect about his “mamma” and “papa”. It is possible he spent some time of his life near or in the ocean.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Furniture are valuable items players can buy or collect to decorate the interior of their house. Furniture comes either individually, in themes like Spooky or Space, or in a series like Pavé or Egg series. Players can either receive or buy furniture from villagers or buy them from Tom Nook or Redd.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Fruits are often found in trees or as seeds in Tom Nooks. They first start off as a seedling but will grow if watered and given enough time. They can also be given as presents. The available fruit is apples, pears, oranges, peaches, and cherries. Digging a hole and burying one of the fruits will cause a seedling to pop up.

Town Hall

Debut: Animal Crossing: Wild World

The Town Hall functions as a post office, bank, the Wishing Well, and as Tortimers office. Players can send mail, pay if rents, or even seek forgiveness here. A bulletin board is found outside for the players to read that contains notes, news, and other noteworthy going-ons in the village.


Debut: Animal Crossing

Bells are the in-game currency of Animal Crossing. They are used to buy items from Tom Nooks, Redd, villagers, and other stores. Players can receive bells for selling items, finding it in trees, hitting rocks, or even planting their own Bells in hopes that a Money Tree grows.


Debut: Animal Crossing: Wild World

The Shark is a very rare fish that be found in the villages oceans. It has a very large shadow and a dorsal fin can be seen above it. The Shark is the prize of any Museum aquarium and the curator, Blathers, will be most excited to see it in the collection. There is also the Hammerhead shark but it less rare than the regular Shark. It can be found in June to September.


Debut: Animal Crossing

The Coelacanth is a thought to be extinct bony fish that can be found in the villages oceans. It only appears when it snows and rains but it can be found year long. Despite this, it is very rare. It is easy to spot because it has a large shadow compared to the smaller shadows. While considered the prize fish in the first Animal crossing, larger fish like the Shark has taken this place.


Debut: Animal Crossing

The Arapaima is a rare freshwater fish found in the Animal Crossing village. It can be found in the main rivers around July to September from 4 pm to 9 am. It is easiest to find because of its huge shadow in comparison to the smaller shadows in the river. It is the prize fish for the river section of the Museum aquarium.


Debut: Animal Crossing: Wild World

The Tarantula is a rare bug found between June and August in the late night to early morning hours. It is a very elusive bug that appears docile and even skittish to villagers at first. However, once the player pulls out a bug net, the arachnid will give chase and won`t stop until the player is stung or the player goes into a house. It is very fast and can jump over holes in the ground.


Debut: Animal Crossing: Wild World

The Scorpion is a rare bug found in the village betwen July and August from 7 pm to 4 am. It appears fairly docile and won`t attack unless the player runs on it or pulls out a bug net. If this happens. the scorpion will give chase and will attempt to sting the player. Ducking into a nearby house, out-runnin gthe scorpion, or getting stung is th ebest way to stop it.


Stage: SmashTown

Animal Crossing 3DS Map

Name: SmashTown

Universe: Animal Crossing

Debut: Animal Crossing 3DS, Super Smash Bros. 4

Size: Small

Obstacle Level: 1 (out of 5)

Type: Stationary Platform, Moving Platforms

Availability: Starter

SmashTown is the successor of SmashVille from Super Smash Bros. 4. It’s overall design is based off from the Animal Crossing 3DS version thus giving in a very perceptive, depth oriented view. While few details have be released, it has been hinted that possibly the Human character will become the mayor of the town in Animal Crossing 3DS.


The main platform is a long platform that is made of gray bricks instead of a wooden feel of the stage in SmashVille. Above the main stage are two wooden platforms that move back and forth. They are opposite of each other. The right side platform moves slightly faster then the left side platform but it then switches during the game. In particular, the most astonishing aspect of this stage is background. Animal Crossing characters line up in the background to watch the fight. These characters are random at each match and some are rarer then others.

Throughout the match, the background changes. It essentially gives a tour of the Animal Crossing town. It first starts off in front of the train station and the buildings that sit behind it. The train will occasionally come through the station and then leave. After 50 seconds, the back ground will pan down the village (made to look 3D due to the 3DS). It will slowly go over the hills, forests, and rivers that are south of the train station. The stage will then drop down the cliff to the beach where it will stop for 30 seconds. Other characters (those not found on the stage) can be found on the beach walking around.

The stage will then go over the ocean where other characters can be found swimming. The background does not stop but it slowly goes over the ocean which gives a lovely view. Underneath the stage, islands and boats will appear, much like the map. The stage then shifts to the left of the beach and goes under the train. This is truly the only hazard since the train tracks can obstruct the players from view of their characters.

The stage will then go up and settle over the stairs overlooking the set of buildings in the north of the train station. The stage will rest for 50 seconds before it moves to the main town center over the fountain. Again, characters can be seen going about businesses. The stage will then move after 40 seconds to sit in front of the train station.

Much like how SmashVille was, the background of the state wholly depends on the time of day and the time of month.


Spring – The stage appears vibrant and lush with green trees, beautiful flowers, and sakurai trees. The platforms are decked with flowers and sakura petals. Spring occurs from March to May.

Summer – You can really feel the heat! Locusts chirp everywhere, trees are in full bloom, yet the grass has a light green tint to it. The ocean sparkles at this time of year! As well, this is the time that swimmers are out the most. The platforms have summer flowers and dirt on them. Summer occurs between June and August.

Fall – Fall has the most varied of colors with orange, purple, and brown trees, brown, dying grass, and acorns strewn about everywhere. The platforms have fall leaves and chestnuts on them. Fall occurs between September and November.

Winter – Snow and ice falls from the sky and blankets everything. Snowmen can be seen dotting the fields. The ocean and beach is devoid of people and looks very cold. Everything is covered in white, so pretty! The platforms are covered in snow and ice thus making the platforms rather slippery.


Additionally, during Spring, Summer, and Fall, rain or thunderstorms might come through the stage. It does not affect the game play in anyway. During Winter, snow can often be seen falling. Winter occurs between December and February.


When a stage is played on a certain holiday, it affects the platforms appearance and the background. Here is a list of Holidays and what season is occurs in:

New Years Day
January 1st (Winter)

Description: At 6 am, fireworks will start shooting off until 11 am. Katrina and the Wishing Well will appear in the bottom center stage.

Yay Day
January 4th
Description: The villagers on the platforms and background will appear happy. At times, you can hear them whistle a tune.

Valentines Day
February 14th
Description: Instead of flowers petals, there are hearts and instead of regular balloons, there are heart balloons. The stage is decorated with ribbons and hearts.

Los Festivales
February 23rd
Description: Pavé the Peacock can be seen on the main platform. She has displays of her clothing around her.

April Fools
April 1st
Description: All floating balloons explode upon breaking out and health items cause damage instead of decreasing damage.

Cherry Blossom Festival
April 5th to the 6th
Description: Every tree in SmashTown blooms like cherry blossoms. The trees in the stage bloom forth as well and scatter cherry blossoms on the stage.

Bunny Day
April 25th
Description: Zipper T. Bunny prances about the stage. Large egg decorations decorate the back of the platform.

Spring Cleaning
May 1st
Description: Any of the villagers that appear on the main platform begin dusting off the platform with brooms.

Fireworks Show
July 4th
Description: Between 6 and 9 pm, firework effects can be seen on the stage. The villagers on the stage and background can be seen dancing and waving fans.

Aerobatics Day
July 25th
Description: At 6 to 8 am, Officer Copper can be seen giving morning exercise lessons. Every exercise motion he makes, the villagers copy.

Meteor Shower
August 12th
Description: Between 9 pm and midnight, meteor shower affects can be seen on the stage.

Fall Sports Day
September 23rd
Description: the villagers that appear in the background do one of four things when you play on the stage:
9am- Gymnastics
11am- Foot Race
1pm- Ball Game
3pm- Tug-of-War

October 31st
Description: All the villagers are dressed like Jack and give each other candy. The stage is decorated with jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, and bats. At 7 pm, jack-o-lanterns appear in the far background.

Harvest Festival
4th Thursday of November
Description: Franklin the Turkey can be seen running around the back of the stage while the villagers chase after him with firms and knives. Gourds, pumpkins, and squash decorate the stage.

Snow Day
December 1st
Description: Snow first begins to fall. Snowmen appear on the main platform.

Jingle Arrived
December 25th
Description: jingle can be seen with a sack of clothes. He is handing out toys and gifts to the other villagers. Christmas lights and trees decorate the stage.

New Years Eve
December 31st
Description: A large glass apple or Mr. Rosetti begins to drop a hour before midnight. At midnight, everyone begins to dance and celebrate.

Reoccurring Events:

Fishing Tourney
The 3rd Saturday of every month.
Description: Villagers can be seen fishing off the main platform. They sometimes catch a fish! Villagers can also be seen fishing in the lakes and rivers in the far background.

Flea Market
The fourth Sunday of every month
Description: Random villagers can be seen selling items on the stage. Signs with items that are being sold populate the stage. In the far background, various villagers can be seen going house to house to buy things.

The Bug Off
The 3rd Sunday between June and October
Description: villagers can be seen chasing insects along the stage. There are much more insects out around the stage compared to non-Bug Off days. Other villagers can be seen catching insects in the far background.

K.K. Sliders Concert
Every Friday night from 6 pm to midnight
Description: K.K. Slider performs a concert in the middle of the stage while other villagers look on. The chance to get a CD increases while K.K. Slider plays.

Hazards and Movements

The stage really has no hazards save for visibility changes when the stage goes under the train bridge or visibility is affected by snow or rain.


The music is much different in SmashTown then in SmashVille. Every hour has it’s own tune that plays during the match. However, on Fridays nights when K.K. Slider plays, a K.K. Slider song will play.  All songs are from Animal Crossing: City Folk however will change when Animal Crossing 3DS is released.

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K.K. Slider Songs

Rockin’ K.K.
K.K. Steppe
K.K. Western
K.K. Soul
K.K. Fusion
K.K. Jazz
K.K. Crusin’

K.K. Condor


K.K. Slider
Officer Copper
Zipper T. Bunny
Dr. Shrunk

Agent S

My Thoughts

Animal Crossing 3DS has yet to be released but I feel it would be good to incorporate aspects from the game into the new Animal Crossing stage.  I thought this would work similar to Pokemon Stadium 1 and 2.  In SSB4, there would be a new Animal Crossing stage that continues SmashVille’s theme.  This was fun to put together but it took a lot of time and effort to get the links and cameos in!

Chances of Being in SSB4

90% – I feel we will get a Animal Crossing 3DS themed stage without a shadow of a doubt.