Final Animal Crossing Goodies!

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? πŸ˜‰

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! πŸ™‚

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! πŸ˜‰

12 thoughts on “Final Animal Crossing Goodies!

  1. What a great find! I didn’t even know about the e-reader cards. So the thought of the amiibo cards wasn’t that new at all.

    You have an awesome collection, wow!

    1. Yep, the e-Reader cards were kind of a precursor to the Amiibo cards. They are pretty neat because you can scan them at get items, plus tell Tom Nook a secret code to get another item. I don’t have all of them, but I did manage to collect quite a few of them when they came out! Having these Japanese cards is just the icing on the cake. πŸ˜‰

      Thank you! πŸ™‚

  2. Yay! I’m happy you managed to find those last few odds and ends you were missing here. I really do hope you’ll put together a post showcasing all of your Animal Crossing stuff one of these days. I’d be interested to see it all in one place.

  3. Wow! I admire your high fangirl level, haha. I hope you have enough space on your phone for Pocket Camp!

    1. Thanks πŸ˜‰ I realize when I talk about all the Animal Crossing stuff I have, it might come across as a bit obsessive, but I have no shame! πŸ˜‰ Haha I hope so too! I can’t wait for it to be released!

  4. Your AC collection makes me ridiculously jealous! How cool is all that?!!! lol. Your cards/guide book, all of it is soooo incredibly adorable and your lucky to have such a sweet husband to find all that for you!! I just love your unstoppable obsessive passion for Animal Crossing.. lol. xoxoxox.. It makes you purely awesome! πŸ™‚

    1. Haha, thanks!! I realize it probably is a bit crazy to have all this stuff, but I love it! Plus I am very patient when it comes to purchasing these things because I don’t want to spend THAT much money, you know? $20 for one of the guide books was the most I spent on one item, I think. (Well, besides the games themselves, of course) I saw one of those guide books for like $80 one time! Crazy!! I had to bug Michael for a little bit to buy these things lol, but I’m glad he finally did!

      1. ha, yeah!! When I want something over $20, I have to beg my husband too because I feel guilty if I spend over that and not tell him. lol. With bills, and kids, and life expenses… I’ve learned over the years to be very communicative (and vice-visa) so not any silly mistakes are made financially between us. lol. Wow, an $80 guidebook? So glad you didn’t have to pay that price!! That is crazy!! $20 isn’t bad at all!! I think everyone needs a hobby to play with if it makes them happy!! Your game hobby isn’t over the top and you definitely find items at good deals, which is awesome!! πŸ™‚

      2. I hear ya! Michael and I are completely open with our finances too, though we normally discuss bigger purchases. I think it’s fine to treat yourself sometimes too- can’t work hard for nothin! πŸ˜‰

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