- An Animal Crossing fan recreated their favorite villager, Merry, as a human character in The Sims 4, capturing her distinct features and style.
- The Animal Crossing community continues to thrive with fans still playing and sharing interesting content, keeping the love for the game alive.
- Turning Animal Crossing villagers into humans is a popular trend, with other fans also creating human versions of beloved characters like Teddy, Annalisa, and Sprinkle.
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons fan recreated Merry, their favorite villager in the game, as a The Sims 4 character. The Sims 4 has a good character creation system, and the result of this experiment is a human that greatly resembles Merry, the peppy cat.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons was a huge hit back when it was launched in 2020. The title managed to sell over 43 million units worldwide, becoming the best-selling game in Japan ever, with over 10 million copies purchased in the country. It seems that the love for the franchise has not diminished over the years, though, as fans are still playing the cozy game and sharing interesting content with the community.
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Now, an Animal Crossing: New Horizons fan called Alpharonni decided to unite their love for both Animal Crossing and The Sims by remaking Merry as a human in The Sims 4. Merry is a fairly popular Animal Crossing character. She’s a joyful yellow humanoid cat with a brown fringe wearing a pink sweater. The new version of Merry is somewhat close to that: she’s a human with brown hair and a fringe that resembles the original villager’s hairstyle. The character also has the same black eyes and even a tiara with cat ears. Alpharonni’s post was pretty popular, and it managed to gain over 1,000 upvotes on r/AnimalCrossing, receiving considerable praise in the comments.
Turning villagers from Animal Crossing into humans seems to be a somewhat common trend in the game’s community. For instance, a fan recently redesigned a few of the game’s villagers as humans. The artwork includes a human version of Merry, as well as Teddy, Annalisa, and Sprinkle. All of these characters look very cute in the art pieces and remain faithful to their original depictions while having a unique spin.
While the Animal Crossing community is still very active almost four years after the game’s launch, it’s unlikely that New Horizons will get new updates in 2024, as the last new content update for the game was released back in November 2021. However, Animal Crossing is a best-selling franchise, and it’s entirely possible that fans may hear good news soon, considering how well New Horizons sold. While a new game is not on the horizon, fans who are looking for more Animal Crossing could look into the upcoming Animal Crossing Lego sets, which will be released on March 1, 2024.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the fifth major game in the Animal Crossing series. This slice-of-life simulation game tasks the player with developing an abandoned island into a small town for its resident villagers. The game was released at the start of worldwide lockdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which catapulted it into massive success. It’s currently the best selling game of all time in Japan.
- March 20, 2020
- Nintendo EPD
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons — Happy Home Paradise
- How Long To Beat
- 61 Hours