|System(s)||Nintendo 64, GameCube, iQue Player|
|Followed by||Animal Crossing: Wild World|
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- This is the first game in the Animal Crossing series. For other games in the series see the Animal Crossing category.
Animal Crossing (どうぶつの森E+, Animal Forest E+) is a video game created for the Nintendo GameCube. In Japan, it is a follow-up to the widely successful Nintendo 64 game Animal Forest (どうぶつの森). It isn't directly a sequel, but rather the game itself with new features added and certain things changed. Animal Crossing is the first game compatible with the short-lived e-Reader.
Animal Crossing is a real-life simulation video game. It revolves around you – the player – as you live day-by-day in a town full of animals. However, up to four humans can live in a town at a time. Just like the real world players must run errands, earn money, and even pay debt. This game then birthed a sequel with the Nintendo DS game, Animal Crossing: Wild World (おいでよどうぶつの森, Come to Animal Forest).