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|Animal Crossing Collection|
|Name||Animal Crossing Collection|
|Amount of Waves||3|
|Amount of Figures||16|
|First Usage||Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival|
|First Wave's Release Date|
| November 13 2015 (US)|
November 20 2015 (EU)
The Animal Crossing is a line of amiibo based on the Animal Crossing series. It consists of sixteen amiibo spanned over three waves (four in North America), and the initial wave consisted of eight amiibo.
The first wave of this amiibo line was released on November 13 2015 in North America and November 20 2015 in Europe, alongside Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival, which requires said amiibo. The second wave launched January 22 2016 in North America and January 29 2016 in Europe, and the third wave launched worldwide on March 18 2016.
However, the Lottie amiibo, which was part of the first wave, didn't launch in North America until November 22 2015, one year after the very first wave of amiibo launched there. The second Isabelle amiibo, which was part of the third wave, also launched later in North America, at June 10 2016.
Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival
All 16 amiibo act as a playable character in the main board game, and are in fact a requirement to play the game (hence, the game comes with amiibo of Isabelle and Digby). Similar to the Super Mario amiibo, the Animal Crossing amiibo have to be used to roll dice, confirming actions, and several other things in the main game. The game also allows to save Happy Points on the amiibo and set specific costumes.
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
Like the Animal Crossing Cards, the figures can be used at the amiibo Phone to call specific villagers and design their house. As all 16 figures depict a Special villager, the player isn't set on specific tasks when designing the villager's house.
- Super Mario Maker: All Animal Crossing amiibo can be used to unlock a new Costume Mario without the need to play 100 Mario Challenge.
|Wave||Name||Figurine||Box||Release (NA)||Release (EU)||Release (JP)|
|3||Timmy & Tommy||03-18-2016||03-18-2016||03-24-2016|
- The Animal Crossing Collection contains the second largest amount of amiibo, with 16 figures in its set.