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Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival Announced, Happy Home Designer Dated

by Donald Theriault - June 16, 2015, 9:35 am PDT
Total comments: 8 Source: Nintendo Digital Event

Happy Home Designer and prophetic Amiibo party are both coming this year.

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival, a digital board game that expands upon Amiibo Party mode of Mario Party 10, has been announced as part of Nintendo's Digital Event. The board game will be based on a calendar concept, going through all the months of the year with changing seasons and seasonal events. Details are scarce, but apparently players can collect and save "Happy Points" to their amiibo and use them to expand the game.

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival will be launching Holiday 2015. Alongside the Amiibo-mandatory party game, Nintendo also announced a September 25 release date for another previously announced Amiibo-centric 3DS title, Happy Home Designer.

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Talkback

ForgottenPearlJune 16, 2015

Umm...  Did I miss something during the video?  Are there even going to be mini-games? 0_o

Mop it upJune 16, 2015

I didn't expect the Animal Crossing series to become the one that hawks amiibos. Disappointing.

ZachyJune 16, 2015

I don't understand why we can't just get a traditional Animal Crossing game for the Wii U...

TOPHATANT123June 16, 2015

Did anyone else get fortune street vibes?

SorenJune 16, 2015

This was the worst bait and switch ever...

PhilPhillip Stortzum, June 16, 2015

I saw the spaces on a path, and I said to myself, "Please don't be a board game, please don't be a-- mother %@##er!"


On the positive side, I'm very hyped for Happy Home Designer. I love the customization of the series.

I'm not really interested in a traditional Animal Crossing game on a console at this point, it just feels too well-suited to a handheld, so the fact that this isn't that makes me more interested, though it still doesn't seem that appealing.

SorenJune 16, 2015

Quote from: NWR_insanolord

I'm not really interested in a traditional Animal Crossing game on a console at this point, it just feels too well-suited to a handheld, so the fact that this isn't that makes me more interested, though it still doesn't seem that appealing.

Nintendo just released Mario Party tho...

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