Animal Crossing Gamecube Modern Furniture Codes

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons has become a spectacular, if unlikely, home design platform. The good news is that even if you aren’t a master of pixel art, you can still make the most of the creativity of the community by accessing the Custom Designs Portal in the Able Sister’s shop. Each week, we’ll be showcasing the very best designs you can download to make your island a true masterpiece. From indoor and outdoor flooring to specialist room design and furry friends, here are the Animal Crossing: New Horizons design codes of the week.

1. Beautiful pond

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If your Animal Crossing island doesn’t feel enough like a Monet painting, we’ve got the design code for you. This nine part pond design from @mutsumori167cm on Twitter comes complete with swimming fish and perfect underwater foliage. There should be a word for the feeling when you realise you need to change your entire island for the sake of one design… Also prepare for the Creator Code to bankrupt your other design slots. There are colourful tiles, books, leaflets and even fringed blankets. Good luck.

  • Creator Code: MA-1378-6487-0934

2. Sprinkles path

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If the internet has taught us anything over the last month, it’s that everything can be cake. With this nine piece sprinkles design from @honey_dew_isle on Twitter your island can be included in that delicious category. This design is another modified ultra-sweet version of @Denim2_mori’s The Path, but for the days you want icing everywhere and not think about how sticky it would be underfoot, this is the Creator Code you need. Oh, and it even comes in purple and pink.

  • Creator code: MA-3368-6648-9172

3. Mossy cobblestones

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New Horizons existing path designs are lovely but the one problem is that none of them look like they’ve been on your island for centuries. Betterland on Reddit has solved this particular historical problem with this winding mossy cobblestone design also inspired by The Path. Now you and your villagers can wander and truly think about who walked here in years gone by. Decorate with stone garden furniture to complete the ‘It’s been here forever, honest’ look.

  • Creator Code: MA-5151-3267-6633

4. Outdoor pool

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There has been no shortage of inventive outdoor pool designs to make the most of those long summer evenings. And, while of course we could use terraforming to bring real water into the mix, using tiles means significantly cleaner lines. Madoodlem on Reddit has the complete solution here and, incredibly, only uses three of your design slots. This option even comes in three different colours to match your own pool to use as a jacuzzi. You’ll also find some bonus mowed grass on the Creator Code.

  • Creator Code: MA-5316-0474-6316

5. Chicken coop

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The gentle daily tasks of Animal Crossing can often feel a lot like you’re playing a farming game so why not take it to the next level with a chicken coop? This inventive set of designs from @daileyart on Twitter requires two stalls with wood patterns, a hay bed, and a Simple Panel. From there, all you need to do is customise the panel with the cosy looking chickens and decorate with the two delightful hat designs available on the Creator Code below. Eggcellent.

  • Creator Code: MA-6050-8097-2249

6. Train tracks

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Don’t ask yourself why an island you can run across in near enough twenty seconds requires a train, it’ll ruin the moment. Instead just admire the peaceful scene and then immediately wonder how you are going to construct a steam train out of the leftover furniture in your storage. This lovely design comes from @fromwoodley on Twitter who was inspired by Studio Ghibli’s Spirited Away. And, if you’d forgotten you can decorate the sand, enjoy your next 150 hours.

  • Creator Code: MA-0697-2517-9428

7. Cat art

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If you’re feline like decorating your house with something to give your guests paws-e for thought, look no further than this set of framed prints from @Somsomik on Twitter. Don’t worry, we’ll ease off on the cat puns. Inspired by the wide-eyed work of Vanessa Stockard, these three paintings would make for a unique addition to a room of antiquities, or even a talking point in your ironwood kitchen. Just think how impressed your cat villagers will be.

  • Creator Code: MA-6651-8411-8581

8. Indoor stairs

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Yes, we’ve got three floors, six rooms, and two flights of stairs after paying Tom Nook all those hard-earned Bells but sometimes we just want, well, more. This beautiful two-tiered room design from @yamaji_maya on Twitter might be exactly what you’re looking for with a raised wooden floor and even stairs to get there. Head to the Creator Code below and you’ll find the pictured brown but also pink, black, and white to match your decor.

  • Creator Code: MA-8569-4772-9405

9. The path

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If New Horizons isn’t your first Animal Crossing rodeo, you’ll probably remember how paths previously formed in the grassy towns of Wild World and New Leaf. Back in the old days, long before we had the Island Designer app, your Villager would have to run over the same patches of ground until a path gradually started to show. Well, @Denim2_mori on Twitter was clearly feeling nostalgic and has designed a natural pattern that brings old school Animal Crossing into 2020. There have been plenty of imitations, and you might wince at the 9 necessary slots, but, hey, do you really need all those other designs when you can have The Path?

  • Creator Code: MA-6647-9230-4716

10. Picnic blanket

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Ever wondered how you can join your villagers when they insist on sitting down on the ground when there’s a perfectly good chair right next to them? Well thanks to this picnic blanket design from Spadelilly on Reddit, you can now scatter a few cushions and just wait for Raymond and co to settle down with you in the sunshine. Let’s face it, they’re still going to sit on the grass just to spite you but at least you’ll look comfortable and have somewhere to relax while you wait for that perfect Instagrammable moment.

  • Creator code: MA-7101-3715-7751 (Blanket)
  • Creator code: MA-3548-8027-4702 (Fringe)

11. Zen sand

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So, you’ve planted your bamboo and carefully crafted all kinds of peaceful recipes. It’s time to follow @Pixebo on Twitter’s lead and create a beautiful zen garden to match with this inventive sand design. Unlike most other tiling options, this art is transparent so goes over your existing sandy spaces. Once you’ve laid out your perfect pattern, you can start positioning your Pond Stones and Bamboo Floor Lamps to create the ultimate peaceful retreat. And, if you like the look of those grey tiles, you’ll find them all with the Creator Code below.

  • Creator Code: MA-9246-0808-4302

12. Arcade art

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How mushroom is left in your arcade? Terrible fungi puns aside, this inventive Nintendo art from Broadwing018 on Reddit works as a standalone art piece to go alongside your pinball and fighting games. Even better though is that it has actually been designed as a full repeating wallpaper or flooring option. And, if Mario’s iconic consumables aren’t for you but you’re still hungry for Nintendo designs, the below Creator Code also has a brilliant capsule-filled Dr. Mario option.

  • Creator Code: MA-6054-1939-3849

13. Top soil

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Sometimes a greenhouse just isn’t enough when it comes to creating a green-fingered paradise. If you’ve been working away on a fruit and vegetable farm on your island, you need some perfectly tilled soil for that true agricultural look. Thankfully @sfrnjm on Twitter is on the case with beautifully designed furrows for all your planting needs. Their Creator Code also has a greener option if you don’t fancy popping down real plants. Who needs Stardew Valley or Farming Simulator when it’s all still here on your Animal Crossing island?

  • Creator Code: MA-8877-8483-6699

14. Vinyl collection

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If you’ve got vinyl collecting on the brain, chances are that you’ve already accessorised your Animal Crossing home with some recreated album covers and at least one Record Box. Let’s face it though, while you can customise a couple of sides to match your decor, they do take up space and no one wants to choose between more vinyl and a new sofa. Thanks to Davidbsweeney12 on Imgur though, we can stop worrying. This brilliant wall art option means you can have a veritable record shop of options with zero clutter. IKEA would be proud.

  • Creator Code: MA-6993-6950-2036

15. Direction signs

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Given that we can just fling open the gates of our island and let the world come pouring in - please don’t run on the flowers - the Animal Crossing community does a roaring trade in signage. If you’ve got a particularly good turnip price but aren’t always on hand to ferry people to and from Nook’s Cranny, you want something that can point people in the right direction. There are a lot of different options but these designs from ZephtheChef on Reddit are particularly neat as you can use your existing Paper Lanterns to let everyone know where to go.

  • Creator Code: MA-2501-7176-5593

16. Wooden stairs

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Stairs don’t come in half measures in New Horizons. They’re either helping you reach a new level of your island as an incline or they just don’t exist at all. Helpfully @MyIslandMATOME on Twitter has solved this particular problem with this inventive wooden stair design. There are three sections available at the Creator Code below to help you add some depth and variety to more vertically challenged areas of your island. And that’s not all you’ll find with this code. There is a wealth of stone stairs, cobbles, and path border designs to choose from.

  • Creator Code: MA-1450-3959-2582

17. Grey knitted pattern

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It’s time to get cosy. This simple grey knitted pattern from Brusheswithdarkness on Reddit makes all of your customisable furniture that little bit more inviting when you don’t want to leave even your Animal Crossing house. To make your Log Bed this stylish, not to mention snuggly, customise the wood to white birch and accessorise with a Log Bench. When it comes to the rest of the room, keep an eye out for the white Rattan furniture set to keep everything looking bright and natural.

  • Creator Code: MA-3979-5097-4563

18. Greenhouse

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You’d think we’d have had enough of plants on our islands, especially given how the grassy areas around flower beds look after a day of rain. And yet, the perfect greenhouse is within reach with these glass panels from @thethinleaf on Twitter. A simple outdoor greenhouse can be built by crafting two stalls and then just positioning them away from each other. All you’ll need next is a couple of simple panels for the back wall. Accessorise with whatever potted plants you have and you could even combo this up with the shelving designs below.

  • Creator code: MA-1405-2733-5958

19. Bamboo decking

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Not only does Reddit creator Camikazee understand the need for a perfect beach bar, they also know that you don’t have many custom design slots going spare. That’s why this bamboo decking is so perfect, requiring only two precious design spaces and still managing to make a big splash on the beach. Combo it up with Bamboo Benches customised away from their traditional green for a perfect island retreat. Just a note, if you’re looking for the Rock-head Statue, you’ll need to wait for Redd to sail villainously into view.

  • Creator Code: MA-4720-9893-9687

20. Stained glass

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Bring some colour into your home and garden with these beautiful stained glass designs from @PrincessSweetsy on Twitter. There are only five pictured here but head to the creator code below for six different designs, including a black and white version apparently requested by all the monochrome lovers out there. As always, these will work best on the much-coveted Simple Panel but there’s always the option to hang them on your wall as a lone design or full multi-panel feature window.

  • Creator Code: MA-6303-9484-5134

21. Broken bricks

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Sometimes the perfect tiles and bricks of the Island Designer app don’t quite cut it when you’re looking for something a little more rustic. Step in @Skeletontape on Twitter who has saved the day with a collection of mossy old brick patterns for the Animal Crossing houses that need to look a bit more Hill House than Beverley Hills. And these don’t just look good on grass. Layer them over existing stone or brickwork for an extra haunted effect.

  • Creator Code: MA-1482-7518-4706

22. Wooden planks

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The wooden flooring on offer in the Island Designer app is nice but far too much like a dancefloor when you want more adventurous pathways to zip around on. These wooden planks from @kanda_em on Twitter feel like much more fun and even have leaves scattered across the wood for a more natural look. And the designs don’t stop there. Head here to see the collection of worn wooden planks, stone paths and adorable outfits all available on the Creator Code below.

  • Creator Code: MA-8511-9497-6748

23. Plant shelves

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Whether you’re building a greenhouse or maybe just want to bring more botanical bits into your house without drowning the place in Monsteras, these adorable leafy shelves from @ahwakwrites on Twitter are a perfect green addition. Once again you’ll want to sell your soul for a Simple Panel in your catalogue to bring the effect to life and there are two variant designs on the Creator Code below. One even has a cluster of adorable succulents.

  • Creator Code: MA-7553-4656-2211

24. French doors

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There are, quite frankly, a disturbing lack of doors in our Animal Crossing houses but Reddit creator Daileyart has fixed that. Grab another Simple Panel, customise with these glass panels and rid yourself of those cursed train tunnel-like portals between rooms. For this particular design you’ll ideally want the Simple Panel with the white outer but that all depends on your luck in Nook’s Cranny and probably the kindness of Animal Crossing strangers. Check out @daileyart on Twitter for even more of the brilliant designs on the Creator Code below.

  • Creator Code: MA-6050-8097-2249

25. Outdoor Pool

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Reddit creator MidnightIsleACNH is definitely feeling summery with this beautiful pool design. While other players have used similar tiles inside their houses in combination with the Underwater Flooring for all year round bathing, this is a perfect excuse to make the most of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Combined perfectly with the lifeguard chairs purchasable with Nook Miles this is a set of blue Spanish tiles from creator Sku and plain white pool tiles from creator Lizard.

  • Blue tile code: MO-Q20Q-Y97W-V8W8
  • White tile code: MO-M6WT-H67W-V7N9

26. Colourful Tiling

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Sometimes brick tiles just aren’t good enough. If you’re looking for some more colourful options to really brighten up your living areas or island streets, @Midio on Twitter has created a small but beautiful selection. Helpfully too, these are designed to take up only one of your precious slots instead of the greedy mass take-over of many more intricate patterns. As payment, Midio only asks that you show him how the design looks on your island which, let’s face it, isn’t exactly a hardship. To Instagram!

  • Creator code: MA-8352-2661-4133
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27. Recording Studio

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This is one for all the musicians out there. Clearly not merely content with leaving instruments scattered across her island for her villagers to constantly ignore, Lil_gingerale on Reddit has designed a full recording studio complete with soundproofing for the walls. Now you don’t need to hang onto all those old egg boxes and sticky tape. As well as accessorising with K.K Slider’s greatest hits, Lil_gingerale has also customised Simple Panels with their optional wood pattern to act as a perfect divide between the two sections.

  • Creator Code: MA-5592-6173-6018

28. Open Curtains

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Simple Panels are, quite simply, an inventive Animal Crossing designer’s dream. Birne_Helene on Reddit has crafted the ultimate monochrome living room set up, complete with sliding doors, long curtains and a tantalising peek out at the starry island sky. Worth noting here is that you’ll need to find the right colour of Simple Panels for your design. They’re available in eight different colour options including grey, black, white, and brown which affects the colour of the outer edge. Like all other furniture items you’ll find them in Nook’s Cranny, hiding in balloons and trees, and as gifts from villagers.

  • Creator Code: MA-7618-6959-6718

29. Chiso Kimonos

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If you’re going to accessorise your home with a kimono or two, then they may as well be from a Japanese company specialising in their design since 1555. The world-renowned Kyoto based Chiso has crafted official Animal Crossing versions of two of the company’s 2020 collection, and two exclusive New Horizons-only kimonos. Whether you want to just decorate your rooms with them or bring a touch of Japanese class to your everyday wear, you can download all of the designs from the Creator Code below.

  • Creator Code: MA-3850-3955-5752

30. Indoor Water Flooring

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And you thought you were being fancy with Saharah’s flooring options. Reddit’s dianacquin takes 3D illusions to the next step with this impressive underfloor pool option for even more relaxing dining views. While you’ll only need one custom slot for this particular design, you will need to rotate the flooring to make sure the perspective is correct. This is only possible indoors but once you have placed the design as a tile mat, you can go into the grid option in your home and rotate it like any other piece of furniture.

  • Creator Code: MA-5623-98676-1242

31. Modern Wall Art

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If you want your Animal Crossing house to look as close to an IKEA catalogue as possible, you don’t want to miss this modern wall art from Reddit creator thirtytwoounces. Each individual print is a separate framed option so you can mix and match your favourite colours and options for the ultimate in Scandinavian geometric minimalism. Using the Creator Code below is significantly easier than hunting down all the individual bits of that yellow corner sofa though. Time to start checking in with your friends.

  • Creator Code: MA-5537-6306-8412

32. Corgi

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And finally, if you’re looking to make things a little cosier and the desire for a canine companion hasn’t been sated with Mom’s Plushie, it’s time to bring in the corgis. Reddit’s naattt has designed two different corgi options to customise the fabric of the pet bed to bring a sleeping pooch directly into your living room. You’ll find both adorable snoozing colour options at the Creator Code below. The million Bell crown to feel even more like the Queen is, of course, optional.

  • Creator Code: MA-5474-0219-1967
Strategy Guide

Note: This game is also titled Doubutsu No Mori Plus.

Duplicate money and items

This trick requires two Game Boy Advances and a link cable. Connect Game Boy Advance #1 to the Gamecube using your link cable and turn it on. Go to your island (located on the dock at the edge of the ocean). When you finally get to the island, drop off the item or money that you wish to duplicate. Leave the island. When Kapp'n asks if you want to save your island to your Game Boy Advance, select 'Yes'. After it is done downloading to your Game Boy Advance, you can put it in sleep mode, disconnect it, and set it aside. When you get back to your town, attach Game Boy Advance #2 and turn it on. Leave that screen then immediately return to it. Talk to Kapp'n to go back to your island. After you start leaving you can turn Game Boy Advance #2 off. When you get to your island, pick up the item that you left there then leave the island again. This time when Kapp'n asks you to save your island to your Game Boy Advance, answer 'No'. When you get back to your town, disconnect Game Boy Advance #2 and connect Game Boy Advance #1 (make sure it is not in sleep mode). Leave the screen and return. Talk to Kapp'n once more. Your island should upload from your Game Boy Advance. When you get to your island, your item will be there again and you will already have it in your pockets. Pick up your item from the ground. You now have two of them. This will also work with multiple items.

Mr. Resetti

Reset the Gamecube during the game. Start the game again and Mr. Resetti will appear to complain. Repeat this to make him more angry.

Getting NES games

Talk to the townspeople until they ask you when your birthday is. Most of them will say something similar to 'How would you like a train set for your birthday?' Answer 'Yes' and you will put in your birthday. On your birthday, one of the townsfolk will be outside your house. He or she will present you with a NES. For example, Virgos will get Donkey Kong.

Growing a money tree

First, find a glowing piece of earth. Dig it up and you get a money bag. Plant the money bag in the glowing hole and a seedling will sprout, which will grow in to a money tree.

Golden Axe

Animal Crossing Gamecube Modern Furniture Codes

Get your town rating to be 'Perfect' for two entire weeks. The Golden Axe is indestructible.

Golden Butterfly Net

Catch all 40 types of bugs.

Golden Fishing PoleFurniture

Catch all 40 types of fish. Note: There may be more or less.

Golden Shovel

First, buy two shovels. Find a piece of glowing earth and dig it up. Then, plant a shovel in the glowing earth.

Hear every song

Make sure you cannot carry anymore items when Totakeke gets to town on Saturday nights. Talk to him and he will play a song. Afterwards, he will notice that you do not have room for the Aircheck. He will tell you to return later. Talk to him again, and he will play a different song. Repeat this until you have heard a song that you like, then drop an item. Talk to him again and request the song you enjoyed.

Get more than one song per Saturday

This trick requires at least two memory cards. Have two towns saved, one on each card. At 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, get a song from Totakeke, then go to the other town and get one there. If desired, repeatedly delete the second town, make a new one on the second card, and get a new song each time.

Upgrade to a larger house

Pay off all your debt to Nook then talk to him. He will thank you for paying it off then ask if you want a bigger house. Answer 'Yes' and he will tell you to wait one day. Your house will then be bigger.

Talking to people

When you are talking to residents, talk the same person repeatedly. Talking to them too much will upset them. However, in a few minutes they will get over it. By doing this, they will reveal more of the workings of Animal Crossing to you. You also stand a much greater chance of playing a game, getting free items, or trading things with them.

Angry people

Another way to anger the residents of the town is to push them around by walking into them, or hitting them with your bug net repeatedly.

Easy items

One of the best ways to get new items that you cannot buy is to do work for the residents, and do it often. Do their little chores and they will (more often than not) reward you with things that are hard to come by in Nook's store.

Talk to people whenever you are near them. Sometimes they will ask you if you want to take a table or some clothes or other things off their hands. Also, do errands for people often. If there are no errands available you will only have to wait ten minutes.

Skip time

When the Gamecube logo appears, hold A + B to get to the memory card screen. You can change the system clock to whatever time you wish. Begin the game and you should start at that day.

The game allows you to change the setting before you load it when beginning. When it asks 'Are you ready?', the options are 'Yes' and 'Before I go'. Select 'Before I go' and it will allow you to change the game's time without changing with the system clock (which also effects other Gamecube games that rely on it) Also, if you have bought turnips to sell them in the Stalk Market and change the system clock or the game time, they may go bad. It depends on the amount of time -- the game remembers.

Note: Play a little every day. While you can reset the game's clock and go to Nook's store, this gets old. Also, resetting the clock disrupts timed events that you do not know about. The game is filled with events that depend on month, day, and hour. It is better to just play the game as it unfolds. You will get more furniture, carpet, etc. this way. When you change the time, it disrupts the chain of events permanently and you may end up actually getting less new things then you would if you just played the game as it was supposed to be played.

Fishing

If you are not catching the fish you want to catch, move to another section of the map and fish there. Some fish are only found in certain areas.

When fishing, do not actually reel in the fish (press A) until you see the bobber go under the water.

Fish at the ocean in the rain. You have a much greater chance of catching the Coelacanth. They sell for 15,000 a fish. Also, you have a greater chance of catching the Barred Knifejaw and Red Snapper. They sell for 5,000 and 3,000 respectively. Generally, fishing in the rain is much easier, but in the ocean, for easy money. Also, its easier to fish at night.

Easy money

When bees appear from trees, take out your butterfly net and face the beehive. If you can catch a bee, you can sell it for $4500.

Place orange furniture to the north, green furniture to the south, yellow furniture to the west, and red furniture to the east part of your house.

Note: This trick requires a Game Boy Advance and a link cable. Play the game with the Game Boy Advance attached. Collect as much fruit as possible and travel all the way to the south. Go the pier at the beach. A Kappa will be there and will to bring you to a new island to the south. Get to the new island and drop all of your fruit. Return to the Kappa and leave. Transfer the island to the Game Boy Advance. On the Game Boy Advance, knock on the door to the house of the island animal. After it appears, move a piece of fruit in front of the animal. It will eat it and become happy. Keep repeating this until the animal drops money bags. Feed all your fruit to the animal, then put your Game Boy Advance on standby. Resume the game on the Gamecube. Go back to town, then return and talk to the Kappa again. Your game will now be updated with the Game Boy Advance data. Travel back to the island and collect the money bags.

Go around town with your shovel and hit every rock you can find. One of them should turn red when you hit it. Keep hitting it to get more money.

Every New Year your parents give you 10,000 bells. Change the system date on the Gamecube; or in the Animal Crossing options and change the date to the new year. Check the mail box and you will have 10,000 bells from your parents. Repeat the process, but change the year.

Dig for fossils every time you play. When the museum fills up with fossils, you can make a mint at Nook's or trade with residents for good items with fossils. Skulls of dinosaurs seem to be worth the most, usually bringing in 4,000 to 6,000.

Play the Stalk Market. Turnips do not seem like that much of a commodity, but its gold in the game. You can make a fortune buying Turnips and selling them at the right price.

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