Animal Crossing: One player recreates the village of Mabe to perfection from Link's Awakening

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With Animal Crossing: New Horizons, version 2's mega update is upon us, along with the delicious Happy Home Paradise DLC, we are once again feeling the craze for deserted islands.

With Animal Crossing: New Horizons, version 2's mega update is upon us, along with the delicious Happy Home Paradise DLC, we are once again feeling the craze for deserted islands.

While we were busy raving about all the new content that awaits us in November, other players have embarked on some fantastic creations on their Animal Crossing islands. The latest to catch our eye is this wonderful creation from Twitter user @ACNH_Barkenos, who recreated Mabe Village from Zelda: Link’s Awakening with incredible attention to detail.

 

As you can see, everything is in exactly the right place, and the little details are just the icing on the cake. Did you notice the butterfly model that was used to recreate the fluttering one in Link's Awakening? Perfect.

 

It reminds us of another great recreation we spotted recently, based on Stardew Valley, as well as one that (though, admittedly, a ... very different) recreated scenes from Resident. Evil Village. Oh, and there's always that time someone transformed their entire island to look like Danny DeVito.

 

Animal Crossing: Series 5 Amiibo cards arrive in November

Just before last weekend, Nintendo held a Direct entirely dedicated to one of its flagship games, Animal Crossing New Horizons bells. Among the various announcements, there is a free content update and the first paid DLC Happy Home Paradise, but these are not the only new things coming to the game.

 

Starting from next November 5th, in fact, the new Animal Crossing Series 5 amiibo cards will also be available, in conjunction with the launch of Happy Home Paradise. Series 5 will include 48 amiibo cards in total, with some new special characters, villagers and, of course, familiar faces. You can take a look at the cards below.

 

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