|Animal Crossing: Wild Folk!|
|Developer(s)||Animal Crossing Leader|
|Platform(s)||Nintendo Wii U|
|Release date(s)|| Nov. 12, 2012|
Nov. 19, 2012
Nov. 20, 2012
Nov. 23, 2012
Nov. 25, 2012
|Input methods|| Wii Remote + Nunchuk|
Wii U tablet
Animal Crossing: Wild Folk! is a fan-made Animal Crossing game exclusively for the Wii U. Multiple new additions are created for this game, one example includes local Multiplayer support. The game will be released on November 20, 2012 in America, November 19, 2012 in Canada, November 12, 2012 in Japan, November 23, 2012 in Europe and November 25, 2012 in Australia. It has also been confirmed to be releasing in South Korea when the Wii U is released there.
The series also returns to it's roots, as you are, unlike the 3DS title, a person who has just moved out and wants to get their own house. Although this time, it is explained that the person got on the wrong train, and it is how they are with anthropomorphic animals.
- Pete the Postman's Birthday - April 17
- Phyllis' Birthday - May 2
- Pelly's Birthday - May 4
- Tortimer's Birthday - July 18
- Tom Nook's Birthday - November 18
- Brewster's Birthday - October 18
- Sable's Birthday - September 11
- Mable's Birthday - September 15
- K.K. Slider's Birthday - September 1
Tom Nook's ShopEdit
Tom Nook, like the first three games of the series, owns a shop which is able to be expanded by buying multiple items. Below are a list of renovations, with the price that the store expands. Please note, the prices are accumulative, meaning that once you upgrade the store, the number does not reset to "0".
- Nook's Cranny - The starter shop. Includes a wallpaper, a floor, a flower seed, two packs of medicine, two pieces of furniture, three tools and two stacks of writing paper. It is open from 8am - 10pm.
- Nook 'n' Go - The second shop, upgraded to once the player(s) spends 25,000 bells and plays for at least 8 days. Includes two wallpapers, two floors, three flower seeds, four packs of medicine, four pieces of furniture, four tools and four stacks of writing paper. It is open from 7am - 11pm.
- Nook Way - The third shop, upgraded to once the player(s) spends 65,000 bells and plays for at least 25 days. Includes four wallpapers, four floors, four flower seeds, four packs of medicine, four pieces of furniture, five tools, and five stacks of writing paper. It is open from 7am - 11:30pm.
- Nook Nebula - The fourth shop, upgraded to once the player(s) spends 150,000 bells and plays for at least 36 days. Includes four wallpapers, four floors, four flower seeds, four packs of medicine, four pieces of furniture, five tools, and five stacks of writing paper. It is open from 6am - 11pm.
- Nookington's Department Store - The fifth and final shop, upgraded to once the player(s) spends 300,000 bells and plays for at least 40 days. Includes five wallpapers, five floors, four flower seeds, five packs of medicine, six pieces of furniture, every tool, and six stacks of writing paper and two cans of paint. It is open from 6am - 11:30pm. Nook's nephews, Timmy & Tommy, work the top floor.
In addition, a secret upgrade is also available in the game, and by spending 1,000,000 accumulative bells with only 1 player and by playing for a year, the player(s) will unlock this upgrade. Tom Nook renames his store the Nook & Nephs Deluxe Store and includes all of what Nookington's has, but also includes a smaller version of the Gracie Grace store. The Gracie Grace store includes only three shirts, and two accessories. A lamb named Daphne runs the shop.
As with City Folk, the Tom Nook Point System returns under the name Nook Points. Like with City Folk, a special bank machine-looking object appears in every store, and is named the Nook Points Center (NPC). Depending on how many bells you spend, you gain points.
Every time you spend 100 bells in Tom Nook's shop, you gain 10 points. Spending 1000 gives you 100 points, and so on. (Theoretically) If you buy every item in Nookington's in one day, you can gain up to 2,500 points.
After gaining a certain amount of points, one is able to spend those points on different rewards. The rewards are usually based upon other Nintendo video games. Below is a list of rewards and the amount of points you need to spend to get them. The awards are only available from the NPC.