|Animal Crossing series|
|Systems||As noted below|
|Released||2001-present (video games)|
|As noted below|
The Animal Crossing series, known in Japan the Dōbutsu no Mori (どうぶつの森, "Animal Forest") series, is a multimedia series by Nintendo, consisting of a series of community simulation games, an animated film, and music.
A human villager moves into a town populated by anthropomorphic animals.
This villager then needs to talk to and do favors for the animal villagers in order to make friends and increase the size and customization options available for their home.
Games in the Animal Crossing series
|Animal Forest (Dōbutsu no Mori)
Animal Forest e+ (Dōbutsu no Mori e+)
Animal Forest (Dòngwù Sēnlín)
|Only Japan received a Nintendo 64 version. |
The GameCube version was localized for North America in 2002 and Europe in 2004 as Animal Crossing.
Animal Crossing was then localized in Japan as an enhanced edition (subtitled "e+").
Animal Forest e+ was localized in China and released for the iQue Player.
|Animal Crossing: Wild World||Nintendo DS||2005||Emulated on the Virtual Console for Wii U in 2016.|
|Animal Crossing: City Folk||Wii||2008|
|Animal Crossing applications||Nintendo DS||2009||DSiWare digital clock, calculator, and photo applications based on Animal Crossing.|
|Animal Crossing: New Leaf||Nintendo 3DS||2012||Updated with amiibo support in 2016 as downloadable content and at retail (subtitled "Welcome Amiibo").|
|Animal Crossing Plaza||Wii U||2013||A Miiverse community messaging system that was discontinued in 2015.|
|Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer||Nintendo 3DS||2015|
|Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival||Nintendo 3DS||2015||A party game with Animal Crossing characters that utilizes amiibo.|
|Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp||Android, iOS||2017|
Animal Crossing merchandise
|Name||Type||Year released||Added to museum||Notes|
|Animal Crossing Mini Playing Cards||French-style playing cards||2015||June 13, 2019|
|Animal Forest Karuta||Karuta playing cards||2010||November 25, 2019|