A player in Animal Crossing: New Horizons creates a physical replica of an in-game item that can only be redeemed through Nintendo's mobile app.
When the free update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons was launched in November, it added a lot of new content to the game for fans to enjoy. Nintendo not only included two beloved Animal Crossing special villagers, Brewster and Kapp'n, but also included new farming and culinary activities, as well as new furniture and household products. One fan was inspired by the Raccoon Wall Clock, which was included in the 2.0 update, and created a real-life counterpart to show off to their other community members.
The Raccoon Wall Clock may be unfamiliar to some Animal Crossing fans who only discovered the series through New Horizons. Only the Animal Crossing: New Horizons NookLink app, which can be accessed in the Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app, can be used to redeem the item. The NookLink software gives gamers with useful features including an in-game keyboard and access to their in-game catalog. The Raccoon Wall Clock, on the other hand, is a limited-time item that can only be obtained by connecting to the internet in the game's post office.
Mr Pioupiou, a Redditor, submitted a short video clip of their real-life version of the Animal Crossing Raccoon Wall Clock, showcasing their carpentry talents. The item is a real working clock that Animal Crossing: New Horizons enthusiasts can hang on their walls, similar to the wall-mounted furniture in the game. The clock's swinging pendulum is inspired by a raccoon's fluffy tail and is modeled by the visage of the game's favorite businessman, Tom Nook. They had to utilize a special program, according to the Redditor, to get the pendulum to work properly.
When asked if they were selling the wooden clock on the Reddit thread, the artist replied with the name of their web shop. Mr Pioupiou's Raccoon Wall Clock costs 50.00 Euro, or roughly $54 USD, according to our research. Fans of the show will undoubtedly appreciate the artist's other handcrafted wooden creations. They have smaller products like badges, keychains, and earrings that feature some of Animal Crossing: New Horizons' most popular inhabitants.
Though the Redditor's store is primarily in French, the UI is user-friendly, and they ship internationally. They also make stuff from other Nintendo franchises, such as Kirby, Pokemon, and others, in addition to Animal Crossing: New Horizon. With so many alternatives for the geek and gaming community, fans are sure to find something adorable among the offerings.