One of the great things about Animal Crossing is that you can|
play full versions of original NES games on your GameCube or
Finding these games however is not so easy. In total it is rumoured
that there are 19 NES games in total. Here is a brief list and ways
that you can get some of these games.
These are the 'common' games that you can get from Crazy Redd,
the Nook Lottery, your neighbours as a present for helping them, treasure hunts, a
birthday present, a Toy Day gift from Tortimer and a Christamas gift
These games are known as the 'uncommon' games because to get
- Balloon Fight
- Donkey Kong
- Clu Clu Land
- DK Jr. Math
them you require access to the gameboy island, however, I find them
easier to get than the 'common' games.
On the gamecube bury unwanted furniture into the ground and leave a shovel
on the island. Switch to your Gameboy Advance and feed your islander fruit
until they are very happy. Then get them to dig up the buried furniture.
When they do, they'll bury one of their own items into the ground.
Return to the island on the GameCube and dig up the item. Hopefully it
will be one of these NES games.
These games are also 'uncommon' but are being given away on the Animal
Crossing website (www.animal-crossing.com).
Click on the banner with Pelly and Pete on it several times and you will
be prompted to enter some town information. You will get one of theses two games.
Rare games can be found on Animal Crossing E-Reader cards. Currently
only Series 1 Animal Crossing cards are available in Australia, some of these
games you won't be able to get until Series 4.
You can also get Super Tortimer from Tortimer on April Fools Day :)
- Clu Clu Land D
- Donkey Kong 3
- Ice Climbers
- Legend of Zelda
- Super Mario Bros.