Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival (Nintendo Wii U) £29.99 @ Grainger Games
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Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival (Nintendo Wii U) £29.99 @ Grainger Games

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Found 13th Jan 2016
Your favourite characters are back!

Now you can play with Animal Crossing characters as amiibo! In Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival for Wii U, the animals will race around a board game town where the seasons change just like they do in other games in the Animal Crossing series. Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival also includes some other minigames for you to play using Animal Crossing amiibo cards.

Kick start your Animal Crossing amiibo Collection!

Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival releases as a special bundle that includes the game, two amiibo figures and three amiibo cards.

A new Animal Crossing experience

Features:
- Experience the Animal Crossing universe in a light-hearted board game which changes based on the seasons and seasonal events
- Bring your amiibo to the party, collect Happy Points, play with your friends, and save your Happy Points to your amiibo to expand your own game even more
- Use Animal Crossing amiibo cards in fun minigames
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Watch GiantBomb's look at this if you're considering buying - youtube.com/wat…m3U
I got it but am really disappointed with it. Hadn't realised you can't actually do anything other than roll a dice. Pretty boring and I loved Animal Crossing.
shazzma81

I got it but am really disappointed with it. Hadn't realised you can't … I got it but am really disappointed with it. Hadn't realised you can't actually do anything other than roll a dice. Pretty boring and I loved Animal Crossing.



How old are you?

Paid £1.50 more for it a week ago in another deal, great price. Get you hooked in and then another £100 on crossing Amiibos, clever Nintendo.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 13th Jan 2016
I'm in my 30's (so clearly not the target market) but have loved the Animal Crossing series' of old (mindless escapism). I was hoping to explore the world. I can't imagine my niece and nephew (6&4) would like it either. Having to play with 4 characters every time is annoying.
shazzma81

I'm in my 30's (so clearly not the target market) but have loved the … I'm in my 30's (so clearly not the target market) but have loved the Animal Crossing series' of old (mindless escapism). I was hoping to explore the world. I can't imagine my niece and nephew (6&4) would like it either. Having to play with 4 characters every time is annoying.



Won't be playing it myself although I do think the game and Amiibos are cute. My son only knows about Animal Crossing via the extra download courses/characters on Mario Kart 8. Nintendo have got so clever, I don't begrude that, really just saluting their marketing people.
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