Animal Crossing

Beginning with the Japan-only Nintendo 64 game Dobutsu no Mori (Animal Forest), the Animal Crossing series has since become a Nintendo staple.

Identifying Elements


  • Blanca
  • Blathers
  • Booker & Copper
  • Brewster
  • Gulliver
  • Kapp'n
  • Katrina
  • Mabe & Sable
  • Tom Nook
  • Pelly & Phylis
  • Pete
  • Redd
  • Sonny & Don Resetti
  • KK Slider
  • Tortimer
  • Wendell
  • Wisp

Key Staff



Every Saturday night you can find KK Slider at a set location which depends on the game. KK will offer to play you a song, which you will get a version of to play in any music items you have in your house.

Town Theme

Every Animal Crossing game lets you make your own town theme jungle, which will play on the hour. Songs are represented by evenly spaced notes—which can be lengthened—on a staff, as well as rests.


Here are some town themes from the SB community. You may need to use your ear to get the right notes.
'-' means 'hold/sustain', 'x' means 'rest', and '?' stands for the 'random' note.

Song Notation Transcribed by Notes
Song of Storms (Ocarina of Time) A C A - A C A - B - C B C B G E The Blueberry Hill - -
Decision (Mach Rider) C C C B B - B A A A A C B - - - The Blueberry Hill YOU ARE MACH RIDER!

=See Also=

  • Melody Creator - an online tool for experimenting with and sharing town themes.


  1. Dobutsu no Mori (Animal Forest)
    1. Dobutsu no Mori+
    2. Animal Crossing
      1. Dobutsu no Mori e+
  2. Animal Crossing: Wild World
  3. Animal Crossing: City Folk
  4. Animal Crossing: New Leaf


There are calendar, and calculator applications on DSiWare

  • Dobutsu no Mori - An animated Japanese film release at the end of 2006.
  • Doubutsu no Mori Hohinda Mura Yori - Manga series.

See also

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