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Nintendo of America
Nintendo EAD
UPC: 45496735920

Released: 12-01-05
Players: 1-4
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Offline: 1-4
Country Origin: US
Exclusive: Yes

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Loose:  $13.85
Complete:  $16.16
New:  $31.00
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Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS) - DS

Animal Crossing: Wild World is a Simulation game developed by Nintendo EAD and published by Nintendo of America Inc. in 2005 for the DS.

Animal Crossing: Wild World

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Rating: 8.8 (7 votes)

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Animal Crossing: Wild World Box Description

Your world just got a lot bigger... Accessorize your life with over 600 new items! Design constellations, clothes, and flags with the Touch Screen. Hootie-toot! Visit friends near and far over local wireless or the internet... Hang out with your friends in real time and kick back with a quick fishing competition. Get ready to start a new life! Whether you want to decorate your home, catch bugs or fish, join in on special events, or just chat with the locals, there's always plenty to do! And now you can share the good times with friends near and far using either local wireless or the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

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Animal Crossing: Wild World Review by: yoshirulez! - 9/10

Wild World is a Wild Ride
Sometimes we don't want to pick a fight. Sometimes we don't want to run away, or we don't like the idea of hurting others. Instead, we wish for a peaceful, serene setting where we can just enjoy every moment to its fullest. There are many games that don't involve the smashing of bones, the cracking of skulls, the spurting of blood, and so on. Instead, the world is filled with joy and friends, our aspirations aren't suffocated by heaping piles of flesh or demons trying to drag us into the depths of hell. These games have been renowned for their cheery, happy-go-lucky atmosphere and are just genuinely fun to play for all ages.

Now, there are many series' that achieve exactly this. Be it the Sims series, Harvest Moon, spinoffs such as Rune Factory, or just simple puzzle games. However, there is one game series unlike any other in its execution of this.. and that series is known as Animal Crossing. Its debut on the GameCube was absolutely stellar in the USA, people sinking hours upon hours into such a simple game. Naturally a game like this absolutely must have a sequel, right? Well, you'd be correct. Two, actually. Though they're pretty much just the same game, but on a different platform. You have City Folk on the Wii, and then you have this: Animal Crossing Wild World, for the Nintendo DS.

Graphics: 7/10. Now at first glance it isn't necessarily a very pretty game, and that the graphics differ in quality from it's GameCube prequel, but this is actually caused by the Nintendo DS's rendering. If you upscale it, it might as well be the Wii version at that point. Either way, it was incredibly good for the DS system considering it was an early 3D DS game. While the model detail seems iffy, the textures are fairly decent as well. I've yet to play the Wii version myself, but nevertheless the graphics are still good in comparison to other DS games.

Sound: 9/10. So, personally I didn't think the soundtrack in the GameCube version was very good, but this version is so beautiful. In particular my favorite is probably 1 AM since that's what I heard most of the time for playing it at 1 AM, and the music at The Roost, mostly because the coffee shop scenery mixed with the piano music was something magical. I even used to start my morning off by drinking coffee while listening to the song. Other tunes are usually unlockable ones from K.K. Slider who still does some wonderful performances such as Go K.K. Rider! and K.K. Bossa. Even if it doesn't have a wide variety, the hourly soundtrack is something I listen to using a website that automatically plays them at the right time. How cool is that? It's like Animal Crossing but real life!

Addictiveness: 10/10. Come on, all of you guys know why. All of you know the sheer replayability of this game. And if not, you at least understand how much time you can sink into Harvest Moon. Just translate that to this, and there you go. You can walk around and talk to all the villagers, deliver things for them, bring them over to your house, go digging for fossils, run around shaking trees and accidentally get stung by bees, hit villagers you don't like in the head with a net, hang out at the cafe, decorate your home, fish for.. uh, fish, and things along the lines of that. It may not sound like much, but once you do it you'll understand. This is actually a step ahead of the original Animal Crossing as it includes more features than the original, too.


Depth: 8/10. All the stuff I listed above should give you a good idea of it, but what's more is that there's also multiplayer. Yes, if you have any friends with a DS and this game, you can play the game simultaneously and do everything you can above. But you know what they say: Fun is twice as fun with someone to share.

Difficulty: Blank. There's not anything to trouble you here. It's just a simple game about life.

Overall: 9/10. Better than the original Animal Crossing, Animal Crossing Wild World gives you a good idea of how life would be if everything lived in harmony, no dangers (other than bees) or anything to harm you. I often dream of a life like this, even though I know it'll never happen. All in all you can have a wonderful time with this game every day as it is real-time based. Every villager has a schedule and they all want to talk to you, so have fun!
  Graphics 7   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Depth 8

Animal Crossing: Wild World Reviews

Overall 8.8    Graphics 8    Sound 9.5    Addictive 10    Depth 8    Difficulty 2

Wild World is a Wild Ride   yoshirulez!
Sometimes we don't want to pick a fight. Sometimes we don't want to run away, or we don't like the i...
  Graphics 7   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Depth 8

      Review Rating: 4.3/5     Submitted: 10-07-16     Review Replies: 0

My thoughts on ACWW   firefall246
I really like ACWW (Animal Crossing Wild World) I found out that it doesn't always require friends p...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 2

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 11-22-13     Review Replies: 1

Animal Crossing: Wild World Cheat Codes

Donating to Boondox

Boondox is apperantly a town that's so poor they eat YOU'RE suppossed to help them out. Give them enough and you'll reap the rewards...may not be worth all the bells, but it's for a good cause...right?

Blue Feather Donate 200,000 Bells
Green Feather Donate 10,000 Bells
Purple Feather Donate 1,100,000 Bells
Rainbow Feather Donate 6,400,000 Bells...(ouch)
Red Feather Donate 800,000 Bells
White Feather Donate 1,400,000 Bells
Yellow Feather Donate 500,000 Bells

Fireworks Show Items

These items can only be obtained during the Fireworks Show. The Fireworks Show takes place every Saturday in Augest, from 7-12PM. Speak to Tortimer during that time to obtain these items.

Roman Candles Speak to Tortimer during the Fireworks Show
Sparklers Speak to Tortimer during the Fireworks Show


Here are some of the Upgrades for your house

Back room Pay off 848,000 Bells in the Town hall
First house expansion Pay off 19,800 Bells in the Town hall
Left room Pay off 598,000 Bells in the Town hall
Right room Pay off 728,000 Bells in the Town hall
Second house expansion Pay off 120,000 Bells in the Town hall
Upstairs room Pay off 298,000 Bells in the Town hall

How to get the scallop

The scallop is used to get the golden axe from Pascal. Pascal walks around by the beach at a random time, once a week. First, you need to buy a red turnip from Joan. Next, give it to Wendel the next time he comes to town. Wendel should give you the Turban or Country Guitar. If you get the Turban, take it to Sahara when she comes to town. Sahara should give you either the Massage Chair or Red Vase. If you get the Massage Chair, let Tortimer have it the next holiday and he should give you the scallop. Then just wait for Pascal to sho wup and give him the scallop.

But if you got the Country Guitar, give it to K.K. Slider to get K.K.'s Pic
And if you got the Red Vase, give it to Crazy Redd in exchange for the Safe. Give the safe to Tom Nook for the Tom Nook Pic.

HRA Bonus Items

Once you have reached enough points, the HRA will send you a letter saying you have earned a pirze, which is a model of your house.

Mansion Model Earn 150,000 points
One-Story Model Earn 70,000 points
Two-Story Model Earn 100,000 points

Mush Furniture

Cornimer will give you mush furniture for a specific number of acorns. The only chance to get acorns is at the Acorn Festival.

Forest Floor 230 acorns
Forest Wall 200 acorns
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

Nook Store Upgrades

Spend or sell the said amount of money at nooks store and he will remodel and make the store larger.

Nook 'n' Go (lvl 2) Spend 25000 bells
Nookingtons (final upgrade) Spend 240000 bells and have a friend shop at the store
Nookway (lvl 3) Spend 90000 bells

Party Poppers

Speak to Tortimer any time during New Year's Eve. He'll give you Party Poppers to help celebrate the occasion.

Post Office Savings Account Rewards.

Box of Tissues Save 1,000,000 bells.
Pelly's Pic Save 100,000,000 bells.
Phyllis's Pic Save 500,000,000 bells.
Piggy Bank Save 10,000,000 bells.
Town Hall Model Save 999,999,999 bells.

PTM Rewards

When you buy things at Nook's shop, your PTM point total goes up. When you reach a specific point total, it will result in a new level of membership. Later Nook will send you a letter with a present congratulating you on reaching the new status.

Nook' n Go Model / 5% Store Discount Earn 5,000 Store Points
Nook's Cranny Model Reach Membership Status (300 Points)
Nookington's Model / 20% Store Discount Earn 20,000 Store Points
Nookway Model / 10% Store Discount Earn 10,000 Store Points

Receive Birthday Cake Item

Log into your town on your birthday and get a Birthday Cake item from one of your neighbors.

Special clothing patterns

Two items of clothing you can not buy or get given directly from Gracie.

Moldy shirt Sometimes Gracie will attach a moldy shirt to her evaluation of your fashion trend
Work uniform Keep the work uniform that Tom Nook gives you until you have completed all chores, at the beginning of the game

Special paper

Some paper in the game you can not buy from Nook or find lying around, you have to do certain things.

Academy paper Sign up with the HRA, and your scores shall arrive on academy paper
Bottle paper Purchase a bottle with paper from Tom Nook, write a letter and drop it into the ocean. You shall receive a note back and can now use the bottle paper
Formal paper Win an event during the year such as the fishing tourney and your prize shall come with a note written on formal paper
Fox paper Become a member at Crazy Redd's tent, and you shall receive the password to enter his tent every week, written on fox paper
Insurance paper Sign up for accident insurance with Lyle. Get stung from bees or buy a forged painting to get a settlement in the post with a note on insurance paper
Nook paper Order something from your catalogue from Tom Nook. When your order arrives a letter written on Nook paper shall be attached
Snowman paper Roll up snowballs large enough to make snowmen. When completed the snowman will send you a gift and a note in the post written on snowman paper
Town Hall paper Deposit some money into your bank account at the Post Office, and when you recieve monthly statements they shall be on Town Hall paper


There are certain trophies that can be obtained only after you've done well in certain community activities. The Fishing Tourney takes place on every third Sunday of January, March, May, November and December, from 12-6PM. The Bug-Off takes place every third Sunday of June-September, from 12-6PM. The Flower Fest takes place on the second week of April. Do well in these competitions to win these rare items.

The Bug Trophy Catch the biggest bug during The Bug-Off
The Fish Trophy Catch the biggest fish in The Fishing Tourney
The Flower Trophy Create the best garden during The Flower Fest

Unlock Golden Tools

Perform various tasks around your town to unlock the following.

Golden Axe Trade a scallop seashell to Pascal for the golden axe.
Golden Bug Net Catch every type of bug once.
Golden Fishing Rod Catch every type of fish once.
Golden Shovel Bury a regular shovel in the ground, and then dig it up a full day later. It will then be golden.
Golden Slingshot Shoot 15 items out of the sky, then you get it if you shoot it down.
Golden Watering Can Keep the environment perfect for 16 days in a row. Pelly or Phyllis will reward you with the golden can.

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