As everyone probably knows by now, I love Animal Crossing. A LOT. So much so that I have every version of the game, even the ones that were only released in Japan. (This excludes the Chinese iQue version, which I’ve explained before). Anyways! When I purchased Doubutsu no Mori+ and Doubutsu no Mori e+ a little while ago, I thought I had pretty much completed my collection…
But still, something was nagging at me. First off, my copy of Doubutsu no Mori e+ was missing the e-Reader cards it came with, which is to be expected since it was a used game. Second, I love game guides… and I had no game guides for these games. Soooo what do you think I did? 😉
I bugged my husband to order them off of eBay, of course! Haha! I found both game guides for around $18 (suprisingly, as they seem to be really expensive for some reason) and a pack of unopened Doubutsu no Mori e+ cards for $7!
Here’s a look at the package the cards came in, along with a little fold-out booklet that tells you how to use them in-game:
And here are the cards I got!
It’s so neat to have these. I have some English version Animal Crossing e-Reader cards and those are extremely hard to come by, so getting Japanese version cards is extra special! 🙂
By the way, on the back of every card you can find more information about the villager, a code you can give to Tanukichi, and a code you can swipe with your e-Reader!
Here’s a couple pictures of the Doubutsu no Mori+ guide book:
And the Doubutsu no Mori e+ guide book:
So there you have it! Now I finally have pretty much everything I’ve ever wanted that is Animal Crossing related! Maybe at some point I’ll do a post showcasing my whole collection so everyone can see how completely nuts I am, haha!
P.S. I am SO EXCITED about the mobile game Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp! My phone doesn’t have a ton of memory but I will literally delete everything off of it if I have to so I can play! 😉