Animal Crossing: Wild World Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes, Walkthrough, Guide, FAQ, Unlockables for Nintendo DS

Animal Crossing: Wild World Cheats, Codes, Cheat Codes, Walkthrough, Guide, FAQ, Unlockables for Nintendo DS

Animal Crossing: Wild World


Golden Axe

Give a Scallop Seashell to Pascal to get the Golden Axe. Note: This requires some trading. Start by purchasing a Red Turnip from Joan. Trade it to Wendel for a Turban or Country Guitar when he appears in town. If Wendel gave you a Turban, trade it to Sahara for a Massage Chair or Red Vase when she comes to town. If Sahara gave you a Massage Chair, trade it to Tortimer on the next holiday to get the Scallop Seashell.

Golden Bug Net

Catch one of each type of bug to get the Golden Bug Net.

Golden Fishing Rod

Catch one of each type of fish to get the Golden Fishing Rod.

Golden Shovel

Bury a regular shovel in the ground. When dug up after 24 hours, it will be a Golden Shovel.

Golden Slingshot

Shoot fifteen items out of the sky and a Golden Slingshot will appear in the sky. Shoot it down to collect it.

Golden Roses

Plant red roses next to one another until black roses appear. Use the Golden Watering Can to water dying black roses and they will appear as golden the next day.

Golden Timer

Get the Golden Axe, Golden Bug Net, Golden Fishing Rod, Golden Shovel, Golden Slingshot, and Golden Watering Can. Then, Tortimer will give you the Golden Timer.

Golden Watering Can

Keep the environment perfect for sixteen consecutive days to get a Golden Watering Can from Pelly or Phyllis.

Museum Model

Donate the most items to the museum by the time it is completed to get a Museum Model.


Successfully complete the indicated tasks to unlock the corresponding paper, which cannot be bought or found:

    Academy: Sign up with the HRA. When they send your scores, it will be on the Academy Paper.

    Bottle: Buy a bottle and paper from Tom Nook, then write a letter in the bottle and throw it into the ocean. The reply that you get will be on Bottle Paper.

    Formal: Win a special event (for example, a tournament). The note accompanying your prize will be on Formal Paper.

    Fox: After becoming a Crazy Redd tent member, his weekly password will arrive on Fox Paper.

    Insurance: Buy accident insurance from Lyle. After you need to use the insurance, your settlement will arrive with a note written on Insurance Paper.

    Nook: Order an item from Tom Nook’s catalogue. Your order will be accompanied with a letter on Nook Paper.

    Snowman: Make a snowman, and the gift that it sends you will be accompanied with a note written on Snowman Paper.

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    Town Hall: Deposit money in your Post Office bank account. The monthly statements are written on Town Hall Paper.

Donation rewards

Donate the indicated amount of Bells to Boondox to get the corresponding reward:

    10,000 Bells: Green Feather
    200,000 Bells: Blue Feather
    500,000 Bells: Yellow Feather
    800,000 Bells: Red Feather
    1,100,000 Bells: Purple Feather
    1,400,000 Bells: White Feather
    6,400,000 Bells: Rainbow Feather

Home point rewards

Get the indicated number of HRA points to win the corresponding reward:

    One story house model: 70,000 points
    Two story house model: 100,000 points
    Mansion model: 150,000 points

House upgrades

Pay back the indicated amount of debt to get the corresponding upgrade for your house:

    First house expansion: 19,800 Bells
    Second house expansion: 120,000 Bells
    Upstairs room: 298,000 Bells
    Left room: 598,000 Bells
    Right room: 728,000 Bells
    Back room: 848,000 Bells

Mush furniture

Get acorns at the Acorn Festival, then give Cornimer the indicated number of acorns to get the corresponding Mush furniture piece:

    Mush Bed: 170 Acorns
    Mush Chair: 40 Acorns
    Mush Closet: 80 Acorns
    Mush Dresser: 60 Acorns
    Mush End Table: 10 Acorns
    Mush Lamp: 25 Acorns
    Mush Stand: 100 Acorns
    Mush Stool: 5 Acorns
    Mush Table: 120 Acorns
    Mush TV: 140 Acorns

Saving rewards

Save the indicated amount of Bells at the Post Office to get the corresponding reward:

    Box of Tissues: 1,000,000 Bells
    Pelly’s Picture: 100,000,000 Bells
    Phyllis’ Picture: 500,000,000 Bells
    Piggy Bank: 10,000,000 Bells
    Town Hall Model: 999,999,999 Bells

Animal Crossing Island (Japanese version)

Connect to the houses of four friends and give Tom Nook 50 fossils. You will get a whistle that calls Kapp’n; he will take you to Animal Crossing Island. -From: ellichan

Mr. Resetti’s home

Restart the game at least two times to have Mr. Resstti appear. Then, use a shovel to hit all the rocks until one cracks. Hit that rock again, then enter the hole that appears to find Mr. Resetti’s home.

Tom Nook’s home

Go to the back of Tom Nook’s shop between 12:00 and 2:00 p.m. Use a shovel to hit the back wall three times, then hit the front entrance once to be able to enter and see Tom Nook in pajamas with a teddy bear.

Tom Nook’s store progression

The following are the expansions for Tom Nook’s store and how to obtain them:

    Nook’s Cranny: Available at start.

    Nook ‘n Go: Buy 25,000 Bells worth of merchandise.

    Nookway: Buy 65,000 Bells worth of merchandise.

    Nookingtons: Buy 240,000 Bells worth of merchandise and have a visiting friend buy something from Tom Nook. Note: This version of the store includes a hair salon.

Tom Nook’s store point rewards

Buy as many things as possible in Tom Nook’s store. Not only will his selection get bigger, but you will get points for every purchase. Get enough purchases to become a member. Keep spending at Tom Nook’s store to accumulate PIM points, and rewards at the following levels:

    300 PIM points: Nook’s Cranny model and store membership
    3,000 PIM points: Nook’ n Go model and 5% discount
    10,000 PIM points: Nookway model and 10% discount
    20,000 PIM points: Nookington’s model and 20% discount

Restock Tom Nook’s store

Save your game and then go to your phone. Select “Reset Clock” and change the date for Tom Nook to have all new furniture in his store.

Restock items

Buy an item from Tom Nook or the Able sisters, then change the system date forward or back in time. Then, return to the same day you purchased the item and it will be restocked as if you never bought it.

Alternate inventory background

Find a pattern that you like on a shirt. Drag the shirt over the invisible space on the lower left corner of the touchscreen and drop it there. Alternatively, go to the patterns section of your inventory. Select a desired pattern, then drag it to a similar invisible space in the lower left corner of the touchscreen and drop it there.

Writing bulletin board message for Tom Nook

When you have to write the bulletin board message for Tom Nook, you can type just one letter and he will accept it to be there.

Become friends with Blathers

Talk to Blathers when he looks sad to find out that he does not like bugs. Keep talking to him on consecutive days until he is done talking about his phobia.

Become friends with Brewster

Keep buying coffee from Brewster at the café every day until he begins taking to you in a more friendly manner.

Become friends with Celeste

Talk to Celeste at the observatory every day and tell her “You’re cute” until she begins talking to you more.

Become friends with Sable

Go in the Able Sisters store, then find Sable near the sewing machine and talk to her every day until she starts being friendly.

Picture of Saharah

Get all carpet and wallpaper from Saharah. She will then give you a gift, which is a picture of her.

New haircuts styles

Get a haircut from Harriet on consecutive days until you have had all six of them. The next day, get another haircut from her and she will offer the haircut styles for the gender opposite that of your character.

4-Leaf Clover

A 4-Leaf Clover may randomly appear with weed patches that are dug up. They can be used as a bookmark in your house or as a hair accessory.

Big Dot Shirt

Go to the pattern page, then select a design and drag it to the bottom left hand corner. Look at your pockets and a Big Dot Shirt will be there.

Birthday Cake

Someone in your town will give you a Birthday Cake when the game is played on your birthday.

Balloon presents

Balloon presents always arrives when the time ends in a “4” and the wind is heard.


Look on your beach each day to sometimes find a Coconut.

Jacob’s Ladder flower

Get your town to “Perfect” status from Pelly or Phyllis. Then, one Jacob’s Ladders flower will appear at random somewhere in your town while it is in “Perfect” status.

Party Poppers

Speak to Tortimer on New Year’s Eve to get Party Poppers.

Roman Candles and Sparklers

Talk to Tortimer during the Fireworks Show to get Roman Candles and Sparklers.

Snowman furniture

In the winter, find the two snowballs in your town. Roll them to a medium size, then stack the snowballs by walking one into the other one at the bottom left of your town. If you make the snowman in the most extreme lower right square, and make him perfectly, you will be awarded two Snowman furniture instead of one.

Free furniture

Sometimes when you go to the Town Hall, the recycling box may have furniture that you need. The lost and found at the Main Gate also may have free items. Talk to Booker, the dog on the left, to get to the lost and found.

Choose room color

The color of the room in your first house is the same as the Nintendo DS menu color when you move into it. You can choose any color desired by first changing the Nintendo DS menu color before moving in.

Getting money

Buy a fishing rod or bug net. If catching fish, keep the fish if they are rare or at least worth 1,000 Bells. If not, throw it back. You can also collect seashells of the same value. If catching bugs, catch them by listening to their sounds or watch for their colors. You can also look for treasure and many other things to collect money.

Easy money

Go to the bank and access your account. Save all the money you have into the account. Save the game and turn off the DS. Change the date to ten years later and your money will go up, depending on how much is in there. It usually goes up 99,999 Bells.

Put any amount of money into your savings account that is over 50,000 Bells. Then, change the system date to the year 2099. Resume the game and you will have a letter in the mail thanking you for keeping money in the account, and that they have added 99,999 Bells to it. Repeat this process as much as desired to get a lot of money, but note that you will receive a lot of weeds. Note: This works better if you change the system date to the year 2000, then play the game and save. Then, change the system date to the year 2099.

Change the system date to January 1st to get mail from your Mom with 10,000 Bells.

At 12:30 on any day, walk along the beach shore and look for fruit. Any fruit you find along the shore will be worth 500 Bells. Additionally, keep hitting rocks with an axe or shovel until finding a special one that gives a bag of Bells. Keep hitting the rocks until the bags stop appearing. Note: This only happens once per day.

Dig up fossils in your town. Have Blathers check them, then sell them to Tom Nook. Many are worth up to 2,000 Bells.

Use the Golden Shovel to bury money. It may grow into a tree that will grow Bells, depending on how much money was buried.

Take your Golden Shovel and dig in random spots. Eventually you will dig up 100 Bells.

Find a star on the ground and dig it up with your shovel, then sell it to Tom Nook. If it is a fossil, talk to the museum owl. Make sure you do not donate it, even when he asks if he can keep it. Sell it to Tom Nook for a few thousand Bells.

Go to an online friend’s town and pick their fruit and plant it in your town to make more money from the fruit when it grows. Additionally, to get more money for fruit, go to your friend’s town. Instead of only 100 Bells you will get 500 Bells.

Plant fruit from another town in your town (not your native fruit). Keep planting them until you have an orchard (fifty or more trees). You should have your pockets empty when you go to collect them (to maximize efficiency). After your pockets are full, sell then to Tom Nook for 500 Bells each. You can get 7,500 Bells for each pocketful of fruit.

When Joan the turnip peddler comes to your town (every Sunday morning), ask her if she has Red Turnips. If she sells them to you, plant them right away. Water them every day for a week, and dig them up on Saturday. They will sell at Tom Nook’s shop for 16,000 Bells.

Shake trees until a hive of bees appear. Then, take out your net and catch them. Each bee is worth 4,500 Bells.

Get a Fishing Rod and fish at the ocean around night time when it snows or rains. When you see a giant fish shadow, it will be a living fossil fish, worth 15,000 Bells.

Go to the beach every day and look for shells. Do not bother picking up the Sand Dollars, Dall Tops, Venus Combs, or anything else worth less then 500 Bells. Just pick up the shells called “White Scallop” and “Pearl Oyster”. They are the rarest kind. Also when you check, you might find a Coconut at the beach shore, or a Otter (sailor), and he might give you some random furniture.

Take out your shovel and hit rocks with it until it spits out Bells. Keep hitting it, as it can go up to 20,000 Bells. If you want to get all the Bells, dig three holes away from the rock, and hit it. This will push you back but you will still hit the rock because the holes are there.

Get a coconuts and bury them. After five to seven days, they will become trees. Shake them, and you will get more of that fruit. Sell them to Tom Nook for 500 Bells.

Get a fruit that is not native to your town. Plant it and go ahead in time. Bury those fruits you find and go ahead in time again. Repeat this as much as desired, then sell all the fruit.

Easy fruit

Send a letter to a villager with a gift in it and they may send you fruit. Most of the time the fruit is not native to your town; plant it for even more money.

Easier fishing and bug catching

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Walk when fishing, and creep when catching bugs.

Entering Crazy Redd’s tent

To enter Crazy Redd’s tent you must give a password the first time and become a member. You can usually find the password by talking to some of the villagers.

Crazy Redd’s passwords

Use the indicated responses to access Crazy Redd’s tent:

    Ask and you shall: Be charged
    An open wallet: Is often empty
    Bottom dollar: Top dog
    Crazy Redd: Is 35
    Even robbers: Have safes
    Fan in one hand: Cash in other
    Foot in the door: Eye on prize
    For my fans: Shop here again
    Get an education: Or win it big
    Give 2 cents: Ask for change
    Head in the sand: Find something
    Hot and cold: Money makes it
    I’m all alone: But I have cash
    Life expectancy: Redd is 35
    Look at people: Wallets full
    Look back: What did you miss
    No money: Means no fun
    Roses have: High prices
    Rough childhood: Lax adulthood
    Spoiled rotten: Bean curd
    Talk is cheap: So is Redd
    The grass is greener: On my side
    The pen: Is cheaper
    Tom Nook: One ugly fellow
    What smells?: Bean curd.
    What’s inside: Is fabulous
    When the cat’s gone: Mice shop
    Why buy the cow: Buy milk here!

Detecting Crazy Redd’s forged items

Go up to an item and press A. Crazy Redd will tell you how much it costs. If there is a thought bubble over his head, and he says it “is a very nice item”, “it took ol’ Redd a long time to get his hands on that!”, “a lot of wheeling and dealing”, “when it comes to items for Crazy Redd’s family, I won’t stop ’til I get it!”, or “I’m gonna offer it to you for only [number] Bells!”, then the item is fake. Pay attention, because after he says these lines he will only say he had another cousin eyeing it. If an item seems very cheap, such as a few thousand Bells (for example, 2,800), then the item is probably fake. Note: This may not work if you do not buy the membership, because Crazy Redd only calls you family if you buy it. The membership is worth the 3,000 Bells.

Buy a painting from Crazy Redd, then immediately check the catalog at Nook’s shop. If the painting is listed in it, give it to Blathers to be appraised. If the painting is not listed in the catalog, it is a forgery. Sell it to Tom Nook instead of getting it appraised first, which will lower the selling price.

Lyle selling Accident Insurance

Lyle will be outside your door every Saturday, trying to sell you insurance until you buy it. After that, if you ever trip, fall in a hole, or get stung by a bee, the next day he will send you 100 Bells for each accident.

Finding items in rocks

If one of your neighbors is staring at a rock, there usually is something in it (for example, a Pill Bug).

Selling items

When you try to sell items back to Tom Nook or Mabel they will only give you 25% of the original price.

Stop animals from moving

Talk to animals when they are in their house, and their things are in boxes. Keep chatting until they say something like, “I’ll have to think this over…” or “Maybe I should stay…” This works well with Mabel (the bear) or Ribbot (the robotic frog).

Keeping animals in their homes

Go to the gate then ask Copper to open them for DS to DS visitors. After the gates are open, all animals in your town will be in their homes, making deliveries and looking inside their houses easier.

Keeping turnips longer

To keep turnips longer then a week, put them on top of a table inside your house. They will stay fresh until you find a good price to sell them. Note: You must surround the part of the table with items before you drop the turnips so that the turnips do not go on the floor. It is recommended to put 100 turnips on each spot so that you can get more on the table.

Curing bee stings without medicine

When you get a bee sting, go home, then go up to the attic and sleep. Turn off the Nintendo DS, then turn it back on. Mr. Ressetti will not appear, and the sting should be gone.

Changing time

If you change the system time to certain extremes you will be punished by nature. When you resume your game, there will be hundreds of weeds everywhere which will take a long time to clear. The only upside is that you may find a four leaf clover.

Gulliver’s appearance times

Gulliver always flies above your town at 32 minutes past the hour, at any hour.

Making someone angry

To make someone in your town mad at you, walk into them for a long period of time and push them around. If done correctly, they will become mad and steam will shoot out of the top of their head. They will not remain mad for too long, however.

GameCube reference

Buy the Pink Box. On the top shelf of the box is an Indigo GameCube with a controller. There are a few GameCube games on the bottom shelf.

Legend Of Zelda series references

Go to a neighbor’s house that has the Kiddie set of furniture. This is the set with the floor that looks like puzzle pieces. Find the long dresser that takes up two squares. Press A or tap yourself while facing it to open the drawer. A message box will pop up, reading “You found 10 rupees! Lucky! Too bad you can’t use them in this town.” Additionally, in the back of Katrina’s tent is a trident.

Mario references

Get a Pinball Machine, then zoom in and place it so that it is facing away from you while you are facing down. Look carefully at the designs. You can see Mario on the bottom part and the Mushroom Kingdom on the top part.

Occasionally in the clothes shop they will sell a Luigi hat. It is called “Lil Bro’s Hat”.

Mario Bros. reference

In Pierce’s (the buff blue eagle) room, open the refrigerator. The text “What are Luigi’s clothes doing in here?” will appear.

The Arcade Machine (Furniture) has a picture of the Mario Bros. on it, fighting.

Tortimer reference

Go to the Post Office and talk to Pelly at the Civics part. If you look at the background, you can see a bit of Tortimer’s face behind a counter.


    Bug-Off: Every third Sunday in June-September from 12:00 Noon to 6 p.m.

    Fireworks Show: Every Saturday in August from 7 p.m. to 12 p.m.

    Fishing Tourney: Every third Sunday in January, March, May, November, and December from 12:00 Noon to 6 p.m.

    Flower Fest: Second week of April.


    Bug trophy: Catch the biggest bug in the Bug-Off.
    Fish trophy: Catch the biggest fish in the Fishing Tourney.
    Flower trophy: Create the best garden in the Flower Fest.

To get the Flower trophy easily and defeat all the competition in your town, plant lots of Purple and Black colored flowers. These flowers are rare, and Tom Nook does not sell them. To get them, go around your town and look for them growing. They will grow randomly once a week. When you find one, pick it and put it in your dresser. When it is time for the Flower Fest, take the collection from your dresser and make your entire garden out of them to win the contest and receive the Flower trophy.


Go to Town Hall, talk to Pelly in the right booth, and select “Town Tunes”. To play the following songs, lower case letters indicate low notes, capital case letters are higher octave notes.

    Come As You Are by Nirvana

    a a b c _ f c f c c b a G a a z

    The Exorcist theme

    d _ e _ c d _ f _ G _ e f _ d

    Imperial March from Star Wars

    e e e cge cge

    In The End by Linkin Park

    d A _ A _ f _ e _ e _ e _ e f d

    Jingle Bells

    e e e z e e e z e g c d e _

    Jurassic Park theme

    C B C _ g _ f _ C B C _ g _ f _

    The Legend Of Zelda theme

    A _ e _ _ A A B C D E _ _ z z z

    Mary Had A Little Lamb

    E D C D E E E [little screaming face] D D D [srceaming face] E G G Z

    Mortal Kombat theme

    a a c a d a e d _ c c e c f c g f

    The Simpsons theme

    F_ _ A _ G _ D C _ _ A_ F_ D

    Super Mario Bros. theme

    e e _ e _ c e _ G _ _ z g z z z

    Zelda Forest song

    F A B _ F A B E D _ B C B G e _

    Bolero Of Fire from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    f d f d A f A f

    Epona’s Song from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    D B A _ D B A

    Minuet Of Forest from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    d D B _ A B A or d D B A B A

    Nocturne Of Shadow from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    C _ B B d B A f

    Prelude Of Light from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    D A _ D A B D

    Requiem Of Spirit from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    d _ f _ d _ A f d

    Saria’s Song from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    f A B _ f A B

    Serenade Of Water from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    d _ f _ A _ A _ B or d f A A B

    Smoke On The Water by Deep Purple

    g _ a _ b _ _ g _ a _ c b _ _

    Song Of Storms from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    d f D _ d f D

    Song Of Time from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    A e f _ A e f

    Sun’s Song from from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    A f D _ A f D

    YMCA by The Village People

    e _ _ d _ e d z z d _ _ c _ d c

    Zelda’s Lullaby from Legend Of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time

    B D A _ B D A

Feung Shei

To gain Feung Shei, or luck, place certain colored items in certain spaces of your house.

    Yellow: East
    Red: West
    Green: South


    Blue Bed
    Blue Table
    Classic Sofa
    Snowman TV
    Flying Saucer
    Lunar Lander
    Striped Cone
    Steam Roller
    Cement Mixer
    Judge’s Bell
    Picnic Table
    Elephant Slide
    Oil Drum
    Mama Bear
    Samurai Suit
    Cash Register
    Jasmine Bonsai
    Lucky Gold Cat
    Lefty Lucky Cat
    Lucky Cat
    Tea Vase
    Flowery Painting
    Rare Painting
    Common Painting
    Gold Stereo
    Hi-Fi Stereo
    Gold Econo-Chair
    Mountain Bike
    Bug Trophy
    Fish Trophy
    Flower Trophy
    Mummy’s Casket
    Alarm Clock
    Odd Clock
    Basic Yellow Bed
    Pineapple Bed
    Clothes Closet
    Diver Dan


    Mush Bed
    Mush Stand
    Mush Table
    Mush TV
    Iron Frame
    Orange Cone
    Traffic Cone
    Detour Arrow
    Saw Horse
    Red Corner
    Tiki Torch
    Lawn Mower
    Garden Gnome
    Red Drum
    Haz-Mat Barrel
    Giant Dharma
    White Golf Bag
    Clear Model
    Red Armchair
    Red Sofa
    Apple TV
    Maple Bonsai
    Quince Bonsai
    Red Vase
    Metal Guitar
    Nice Painting
    Trash Bin
    Red Boom Box
    Red Clock
    Basic Red Bed
    Life Ring
    Fire Hydrant
    Candy Machine
    Gas Pump
    Miniature Car
    Executive Toy
    Vacuum Cleaner


    Green Bed
    Green Bench
    Green Chair
    Green Counter
    Green Desk
    Green Dresser
    Green Lamp
    Green Pantry
    Green Table
    Green Wardrobe
    Ranch Armchair
    Ranch Couch
    Ranch Tea Table
    Desert Cactus
    Tall Cactus
    Round Cactus
    Bird Bath
    Train Set
    Ship Cannon
    Green Drum
    Baby Panda
    Deer Scare
    Green Golf Bag
    Green Lava Lamp
    Hospital Bed
    Pear Wardrobe
    Pear Dresser
    Grapefruit Table
    Lime Chair
    Azalea Bonsai
    Hawthorn Bonsai
    Holly Bonsai
    Mugho Bonsai
    Ponderosa Bonsai
    Pine Bonsai
    Iris Chair
    Iris Table
    Froggy Chair
    Lily-Pad Table
    Mugho Bonsai
    Rock Guitar
    Coconut Palm
    Corn Plant
    Weeping Fig
    Lady Palm
    Fan Palm
    Rubber Tree
    Snake Plant
    Retro Fridge
    Jade Econo-Chair
    Billiard Table
    Mahjong Table
    Tennis Table
    Festive Tree
    Big Festive Tree
    Sleeping Bag
    Basic Green Bed
    Book’s Cranny
    Museum Model
    Table Lamp
    Clothesline Pole

Red or yellow

    Apple Clock
    Music Box

Red or green

    Watermelon Chair
    Watermelon Table
    Tulip Chair
    Tulip Table
    One-Story Model
    Two-Story Model
    Mansion Model

Yellow or green

    Melon Chair
    Lemon Table
    Daffodil Chair
    Daffodil Table
    Glow Clock
    Treasure Chest
    Tea Set

The following items are lucky no matter where you place them in your house:

    G Logo
    Luigi Trophy
    Mario Trophy
    Angler Trophy
    Fishing Trophy
    Spring Metal
    Autumn Metal
    Samurai Suit
    Tanabata Palm
    Treasure Chest
    Tissue Box
    House Model
    Manor Model
    Post Model
    Piggy bank
    Festive Tree
    Big Festive Tree
    Birthday Cake
    Bug Trophy
    Flower Trophy
    Garden Gnome
    Ivory Piano
    Lefty Lucky Cat
    Lovely Phone
    Lucky Black Cat
    Lucky Cat
    Lucky Gold Cat
    Music Box
    Piggy Bank
    Racoon Figurine
    Samurai Suit
    Treasure Chest


The following is a complete list of fish, their location, times to catch them, and their selling price:

    Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river (rare) May to October, morning, evening, night.

    Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, morning, evening, night.

    Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

    Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.

    Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.

    Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.

    Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

    Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.

    Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.

    Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.

    Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.

    Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.

    Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

    Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.

    Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.

    Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.

    Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.

    Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.

    Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.

    Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, noon, evening.

    Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.

    Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.

    Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

    Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.

    Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

    Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.

    Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

    Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.

    Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.

    Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

    Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.

    Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.

    King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.

    Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.

    Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.

    Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.

    Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.

    Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.

    Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.

    Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.

    Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.

    Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.

    Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.

    Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.

    Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

    Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.

    Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.

    Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.

    Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

    Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.

    Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.

    Stringfish: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) December to February, morning, evening, night.

    Sweetfish: 900 Bells; river July to September, all day.

    Tuna: 7,000 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.

    Yellow Perch: 240 Bells; river October to March or November to February, all day.

    Zebra Turkey Fish: 400 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

Furniture themes

Note: Most items are available in Tom Nook’s store or Redd’s tent.

Boxing theme

    Ringside Table, Boxing Barricade, Judge’s Bell, Weight Bench, Red Corner, Blue Corner, 2 Neutral Corners, Boxing Mat, Speed Bag, Sandbag
    Wallpaper: Ringside Seating
    Flooring: Boxing Ring Mat

Construction theme

    Iron Frame, Wet Roadway Sign, Orange Cone, Traffic Cone, Striped Cone, Jackhammer, Saw Horse, Detour Arrow, Handcart, Manhole Cover, Cement Mixer, Steam Roller
    Wallpaper: Blue Tarp
    Flooring: Closed Road

Mad Scientist theme

    Medicine Chest, Lab Chair, Amazing Machine, Complex Machine, Lab Bench, Florence Flask, Unknown Machine
    Wallpaper: Lab Wall
    Flooring: Lab Floor

Mossy Garden theme

    Bird Feeder, Bug Zapper, Picnic Table, Birdhouse, Hammock, Tiki Torch, Backyard Pool, Barbecue, Lawn Chair, Mr. and Mrs. Flamingo, Sprinkler, Garden Gnome, Lawn Mower, Bird Bath
    Wallpaper: Backyard Fence
    Flooring: Backyard Lawn

Nursery theme

    Rocking Horse, Cradle, Wobbelina, Elephant Slide, Baby Bed, Dolly, Train Set, Clackercart, Merry-Go-Round, Stroller
    Wallpaper: Playroom Wall
    Flooring Playroom Rug

Pirate theme

    Helm, Ship Compass, Barrel, Anchor, Keg, Ship Cannon
    Wallpaper: Sea View
    Flooring: Ship Deck Note: Available only through Pascal.

Space theme

    Flying Saucer, Lunar Rover, Asteroid, Satellite, Space Station, Moon, Rocket, Lunar Lander, Spaceman Sam, Space Shuttle
    Wallpaper: Lunar Horizon
    Flooring: Lunar Surface

Western theme

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    Western Fence, Storefront, Cow Skull, Tumbleweed, Saddle Fence, Wagon Wheel, Watering Trough, Well, Desert Cactus, Covered Wagon
    Wallpaper: Western Vista
    Flooring: Western Desert

K.K. Slider songs

Go to The Roost cafe in the basement of your museum on Saturday nights between 8:00 p.m. and 12:00 midnight and talk to K.K. Slider. You can have him pick a song for you or you can request a song. He also gives the song to you if desired. These are all of his songs:

    Agent K.K.
    Aloha K.K.
    Cafe K.K.
    Comrade K.K.
    DJ K.K.
    Forest Life
    Go K.K. Rider
    I Love You
    Imperial K.K.
    K.K. Aria
    K.K. Ballad
    K.K. Blues
    K.K. Bossa
    K.K. Calypso
    K.K. Casbah
    K.K. Chorale
    K.K. Condor
    K.K. Country
    K.K. Cruisin’
    K.K. D & B
    K.K. Dirge
    K.K. Dixie
    K.K. Etude
    K.K. Faire
    K.K. Folk
    K.K. Fusion
    K.K. Gumbo
    K.K. Jazz
    K.K. Lament
    K.K. Love Song
    K.K. Lullaby
    K.K. Mambo
    K.K. Marathon
    K.K. March
    K.K. Metal
    K.K. Ragtime
    K.K. Rally
    K.K. Reggae
    K.K. Rock
    K.K. Rockabilly
    K.K. Safari
    K.K. Salsa
    K.K. Samba
    K.K. Ska
    K.K. Song
    K.K. Soul
    K.K. Steppe
    K.K. Swing
    K.K. Tango
    K.K. Technopop
    K.K. Waltz
    K.K. Western
    King K.K.
    Lucky K.K.
    Marine Song 2001
    Mountain Song
    Mr. K.K.
    My Place
    Only Me
    Rockin’ K.K.
    Senor K.K.
    Soulful K.K.
    Steep Hill
    Surfin’ K.K.
    The K. Funk
    To the Edge
    Two Days Ago

Note: The Forest Life song is the theme from the original Animal Crossing on the GameCube. The Go K.K. Rider song is music from Mario Paint .

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