Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival with Isabelle amiibo + Digby amiibo + Three amiibo Cards (Wii U) £6.95 Delivered @ TGC (The Game Collection
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Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival with Isabelle amiibo + Digby amiibo + Three amiibo Cards (Wii U) £6.95 Delivered @ TGC (The Game Collection

£6.95£9.99 30% The Game Collection Deals
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Found 24th Nov
this is still floating around hehe but seems a good current price



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.



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



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

11 Comments

Is probably a vote between this and Mario Tennis as to what was the worst Wii U game? I paid £29.99 for this to once upon a time, not one of my better purchase decisions!

noahsdad36 m ago

Is probably a vote between this and Mario Tennis as to what was the worst …Is probably a vote between this and Mario Tennis as to what was the worst Wii U game? I paid £29.99 for this to once upon a time, not one of my better purchase decisions!


Bad game but probably a good price for amiibo collectors.

noahsdad1 h, 29 m ago

Is probably a vote between this and Mario Tennis as to what was the worst …Is probably a vote between this and Mario Tennis as to what was the worst Wii U game? I paid £29.99 for this to once upon a time, not one of my better purchase decisions!


It really is pretty terrible, but my 4 year old loves it!

I had to buy an Amiibo to play this as I have a Brazilian WiiU... I was ripped off.

If you are an Amiibo collector, or have children aged less than 8 then this is an excellent purchase.
Everyone else should steer clear.
I paid over £30 on release and it have given me several enjoyable evenings with my kids. But now that they are getting a bit older it has natuarlly fallen into disuse and overtaken by Zelda Wind Waker HD.

kantaroo12 m ago

If you are an Amiibo collector, or have children aged less than 8 then …If you are an Amiibo collector, or have children aged less than 8 then this is an excellent purchase.Everyone else should steer clear.I paid over £30 on release and it have given me several enjoyable evenings with my kids. But now that they are getting a bit older it has natuarlly fallen into disuse and overtaken by Zelda Wind Waker HD.



So would you say it's too young for a 10 year old girl? She likes the 3ds animal crossing games.

I am going to offer a differing opinion on what age group might likes it. My kid and his friend were ages 6-7, they played the game once and just found it annoying and stupid. My kid tried it again one further time, almost like just to make sure it is a crap game, and it was again a case of not wanting to play it. There is so little to it and it is dreadfully basic and poor even for a young kid.

Leaf and Happy Home are both fantastic Animal Crossing games for kids. You would therefore think, this game even if not to those standards must be decent, but no it does not even get anywhere near close to being "decent". It must have been quickly produced, it is like they barely got started and finished the game off very early. Somewhere, there is someone digging a hole beside the ET hole for the remaining stock.

Great price for the amiibo, but the game is absolutely horrendous, it's a joke

@Evilmonkey
Well, the main game itself has zero challenge, you just go around the board with a few animations and the one who collects most happy points wins. It's really just a game of chance mixed with a cartoon.
The more interesting game is the island mini-game where you have to escape an island working cooperatively. It is still very simplistic, but it does require a bit of discussion about strategies etc. However I think it requires the amiibo cards, not just the figures that come with the box. The cards are not very expensive (less than a fiver for 3 cards I think) and I have ended up buying a few packs. They are somewhat collectable and each character has slightly different abilities so it's fun to mix and match (and part of the pre-game discussion with my daughters). That game might interest a 10 year old, but you'll probably only play it for a year.

The Amiibo cards are not cheap at all when you consider there is quite a lot of them. We have approx. 30-40 individual cards and there is no doubt many more don't have. And then you have to factor in you are going to get duplicate cards when you buy them.

I don't think the cards even gloss over the Festival Wii U game or add anything myself. The cards are best used IMO with Happy Home Designer on 3DS. Now that is a good game for kids. The kids become designers in the Animal Crossing world and they take on projects, and the cards give them new projects to design.

Good price for the amiibo. Glad I missed this at a tenner a while ago.
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