Remembering your first Animal Crossing will also bring back non-gaming memories and milestones.
Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Wii U) - Almost all mini-games quickly become repetitive, and perhaps the best thing for Amiibo Festival's existence is the accompanying series of amiibo.
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (3DS) - A delightful spin-off for anyone who really likes to go to town with their furniture and interior decor.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (Mobile) - Even when you don't spend a bell, there's plenty to check out and enjoy. The game now has a paid subscription service.
Animal Crossing: City Folk (Wii) - Single players clearly couldn't enjoy the novel conversation of sharing a city and leaving messages to each other.
Animal Crossing (GCN) - Launched in Japan in April 2001 under the title Dobutsu no Mori. A GameCube port hit shelves with additional features before the year ended.
Animal Crossing: Wild World (DS) - Your favorite animal friend wasn't packing his bags. on your lunch break. Portability made the world accessible in a whole new way.
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS) - Instead of starting you under Tom's yoke, New Leaf makes you mayor of the city, giving you municipal power to create the place you like.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) - With individual games like Animal Crossing, there will be no one like you before and Team NL holds a candle to the many entries on that basis.