Animal Crossing with a name, Doubutsu No Mori was first released for Nintendo 64 console only in Japan. The player resides in a village filled with anthropomorphic animals. Unlike other consoles, N64 lacks an internal clock so to sync the game the player needs to set the time and date each time. The tailors of the village are also not available in this console. The player has a pre-designed dress by Tom Nook and customization is difficult.

FULL NAME:Doubutsu No Mori
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Firstly, the game starts with a small house given to the player by Tom Nook, racoon and a shopkeeper on a mortgage. The player needs to pay the lease amount after some time. All the animals perform the day to day activities such as gardening, collecting fruits and vegetables, fishing, bug catching, etc. The game has its currency in the form of ‘bells’. The player can sell the collected items like fossils, fishes or bugs to a shopkeeper or the museum for bells. The player can also deposit and withdraw money from the Nintendo Bank.

The main objective of the game is to develop your house by the money you have earned in the game. For instance, wallpaper, furniture, decorations, music, appliances, etc. need to be developed. You can celebrate Christmas, easter, thanksgiving and other festivals with the villagers. However, the level of development is judged by the parameters fixed by Happy Room Academy. The smooth mechanics, pinpoint graphics and easy control are the key features of the game. 

What Emulator can you use to play this game?

Animal Crossing is first released by Nintendo for the Nintendo 64 (N64) console. So, to play this game on your device, you need to download and install an N64 Emulator. For windows, you can select from 1964, Apollo 0.0.3, corn 0.3, Mupen64 0.5.1, Nemu64 0.8, Project64, TR64 666a, etc. The available choices for Android users include CoolN64 3.0, MegaN64, Mupen 64 AE, N64 Emulator 2.4.0, N64oid 2.7, etc. For Linux, you can select Mupen64Plus 2.0.

Doubutsu No Mori
Doubutsu No Mori

Three Related Games

Animal Crossing is a perfect past-time game for any age group. If you liked this game, then you should also check out the related games listed below:

Garden Paws

Another similar game in which you own a farm and need to build a town over it. It provides a plethora of available characters like bunny, cat, bird, horse, etc. and you can customize your character as well. The player needs to collect coins from mining and use them to develop and build the town over his land. You can explore caves, rent your home, sell sweets, etc. to earn more coins. The game has no such ultimate end as the life cycle continues.

Animal Crossings: New Horizons

Following the same track, Animal Crossings: New Horizon revolves around an isolated island location. The player can decorate his home on the island in his way. The orchids, butterflies, palm trees, and other special objects will give you the feeling of being on an island. The island also has anthropomorphic creatures who exchange gifts, clothes, etc. with the player just like human neighbors. You can explore and enjoy your stay on this deserted island by playing this game.

My Time at Portia

Settled in the pre-apocalyptic era, The land of Portia is filled with adventurous activities. You have the full control to create your own home and develop it with necessary resources. The player is a builder in Portia who builds houses on commission. This is the primary income source apart from fishing, beekeeping, farming, raising cows and chickens, etc. The player also needs to discover new fossils in the mystic land of Portia.

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