Rather than the traditional Monopoly format of buying properties and charging other players rent when they land on one of them, you’ll be collecting bugs, fish, fossils and fruit. You’ll also meet some other characters and carry out island tasks. When you stop by Nook’s Cranny, you can use bells to buy decorations, which are worth Nook Miles. Whoever collects the most Nook Miles is the winner.
You’ll need to be careful, though. If you’re unlucky, you might go right to jail.
The crossover follows previous collaborations between Hasbro and game publishers. Along with and Pac-Man versions of Monopoly, there have been . is one of the biggest games of the past year or so, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see Animal Crossing fans snap this up.
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