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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival

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About the Game

Pack includes Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival with Isabelle amiibo + Digby amiibo + three amiibo cards, and two FREE amiibo display cases.

The Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival game is a brand-new way to play with your favourite Animal Crossing characters, exclusively for Wii U!

Release Date: 20 November 2015

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About the Game

About the Game

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival






Now you can play with Animal Crossing characters as amiibo! In Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival for Wii U, the animals will race around a board game town where the seasons change just like they do in other games in the Animal Crossing series. Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival also includes some other minigames for you to play using Animal Crossing amiibo cards.








Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival releases as a special bundle that includes the game, two amiibo figures and three amiibo cards.




Features:

  • Experience the Animal Crossing universe in a light-hearted board game which changes based on the seasons and seasonal events
  • Bring your amiibo to the party, collect Happy Points, play with your friends, and save your Happy Points to your amiibo to expand your own game even more
  • Use Animal Crossing amiibo cards in fun minigames
  • Product Details





    • Platform: Wii U
    • Release Date: 20/11/2015
    • Category: Board Game, Party
    • Franchise: Animal Crossing
    • Players: 1-4
    • Age Rating: 3 and over
    • Publisher: Nintendo
    • Languages: English

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    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival

    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - Launch Trailer

    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival is out now alongside 8 Animal Crossing amiibo.

    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - Board Game Trailer

    To win the board game in Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival you need the most Happy Points.

    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival - E3 2015 Trailer

    Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival is out now alongside 8 Animal Crossing amiibo.

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    Reviews

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    14 reviews

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    Sound
    8.6
    Gameplay
    6.6
    Challenge
    6.0
    Replay Value / Length
    6.7
    Overall rating
    7.3
    Scores 7.3 out of 10 based on 14 reviews
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    10 out of 10

    Peter

    Plymouth GB
    This game is very under rated. At first glance it appears boring and I think this puts alot of people off. But after spending some time with the game I found it to be very funny and entertaining especially with friends and family. It may not have the thrills of Mario party. But this isn't Mario party. Its a cute game of itself and is worth a shot
    Confirmed purchase: 17 November 2015
    Published on: 17 February 2016
    10 out of 10

    Adam

    Southport GB
    Great game, really cute and good graphics, all i would say is more visiting villagers for different events so it is a bit different each time you play
    Confirmed purchase: 25 November 2015
    Published on: 16 February 2016
    4 out of 10

    Charlotte

    Llanidloes GB
    The mini games should have been integrated into the boardgame.
    Really both the minigames and abilities to customize should have been shown right away. The game has very little content I think that separating the mini games from the main board game was a mistake. The amounted need to unlock everything appears reasonable however since the board game is lacking it's more a grind then fun.
    I would have really enjoyed designing the the playable villagers.

    Saying all that I personally like the game, it is VERY slow but great for lazy afternoons or night. It is very cute, great soundtrack, brings a positive vibe while playing.
    Not a game for everyone I heavily recomend looking up gameplay footage before buying.

    The Isabelle and Digby Amiibo are great.
    Confirmed purchase: 17 November 2015
    Published on: 12 January 2016
    "The most creative Animal Crossing yet! The only limit seems to be your imagination."
    Sean Thorne, Fun Kids Radio

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