amiibo Come To Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, But Not In The Way You Expect

By Jenni . November 24, 2015 . 10:00am


Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer relies on Nintendo’s amiibo cards. If people have them, they can scan them into the game to immediately invite a “client” whose house they can design. But now, the Japanese version of the game is getting in-game amiibo due to a new downloadable client who wants a home like a game store.


The SpotPass delivery client allows people to make a house into a game retailer. Items included for the furnishing of the home include a display shaped like a GameBoy, 3DS and Wii U video and game displays, a Nintendo New 3DS, New 3DS XL, and Wii U that can be placed on a table, and of course a rack filled with virtual amiibo.


Japan will be getting this Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer client and furniture set on December 1. A worldwide release has yet to be announced.

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