- Animal Crossing: New Horizons allows players to customize and decorate their island to their heart’s content, including using terraforming tools and a variety of decorations.
- A player shared their winter-themed island on the game’s subreddit, showcasing charming winter decorations like Frozen sculptures, Christmas trees, and more.
- Fans praised the design and asked for details about the items and decorations used, and the player even shared their Dream Island code for others to visit and get inspired.
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player has shared their winter wonderland of an island with other fans, and they’re both impressed and inspired. The title, despite no longer receiving updates from Nintendo, continues to serve as a creative outlet for Animal Crossing players to build and decorate to their hearts’ content.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons, like other AC games before it, gives players a bevy of methods to decorate and customize their home and town with. Animal Crossing: New Horizons went a step further than its predecessors, allowing players to literally rebuild the island from the ground up with terraforming tools and a wide variety of decoration methods. While the naturally changing seasons of New Horizons help to inherently create themes, the player spruced up their island with a number of holiday and winter-themed delights.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Player Shows Off Nostalgic GameCube-Themed Island
An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player’s island replicates the nostalgic aesthetic of the original GameCube game and its inhabitants.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons player KMK33133 shared their island with the rest of the game’s subreddit, showcasing the charming decorations they’ve set up in part of their town. Winter-themed decorations are scattered about the town, including a Frozen Sculpture of a bear, a Frozen chair, Christmas trees, and an Animal Crossing Ornament tree. The town being blanketed in snow brings the entire scene together, giving the impression of a cold but cheerful holiday on the player’s island.
Fans in the comments were quick to share their appreciation for the design, with several asking the player what some of the items and decorations used were. In addition to the in-game decorations that can be found or crafted in the game, the player also used a custom path tile that helps to tie everything together with blueish tones. Another also asked the player if they could visit via a Dream Island code, to which the fan obliged.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Winter Path Code and Island Dream Address
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Path Code
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Island Dream Address
While celebrating the seasons and major holidays is a common enough thing in Animal Crossing, players keep coming up with new ideas on how to keep the game fresh. Players have even come up with ideas to help fill in some of the things Animal Crossing: New Horizons is missing, like creating an underwater world of sorts that goes beyond the title’s swimming and diving. While many fans have high hopes that the next Animal Crossing game will expand upon the formula, players’ imaginations help to keep the title interesting, even with limitations.
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
- Online Multiplayer , Local Multiplayer
- E for Everyone: Comic Mischief
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons — Happy Home Paradise
- How Long To Beat
- 61 Hours