Terraformed animal crossing map to create Ocarina

Animal Crossing updates: A talented Animal Crossing: New Horizons player has recreated Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time using the game’s terraforming capabilities. Animal Crossing: New Leaf users have access to a variety of customizable tools that can be used to transform ordinary islands into ideal paradises. Animal Crossing players can exploit glitches to fulfill their designer ambitions when official tools aren’t available.

Due to its many customization and design possibilities, Animal Crossing is one of the most popular Nintendo Switch games. Players can design paths, clothing, and even use terraforming in addition to creating themes on their island. When an island receives a three-star rating, terraforming becomes available.

Tom Nook will install the Island Designer software on players’ NookPhones once this is complete. At first, this feature just lets you build trails, but with Nook Miles you can unlock the Waterscaping and Cliff Construction tools.

Terraformed animal crossing map

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Terraforming gives Animal Crossing players a lot of flexibility, as demonstrated by a fan using the tools to build another Nintendo game in New Horizons. Reddit user thatoneheather uploaded his map of the island, which is a recreation of Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

Although the user admitted that he opted for a “similar” feeling rather than a complete reproduction, the island has several allusions to the Nintendo 64 classic. “There are 7 ‘cuckoo clocks’ in the area of the neighborhood to locate, and if you climb to the top of the area in the upper right corner of the map, there’s a surprise,” the user teased, offering his dream address for anyone who wants to visit Hyrule.

Although the user has finished terraforming the island, he said the decoration is still in progress. Fans of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time will enjoy visiting the AC version of Hyrule, which can be found at Dream DA-8490-4271-4988.

Since its release in 2020, Animal Crossing: New Horizons has received several improvements, including new content, seasonal events, and goods. While they’re fun additions, they don’t add much to the overall experience, and many players feel the game needs new gameplay rather than adding stuff.

There’s nothing left to unlock or research once the base game cycle is over, and players who don’t want to create their own island don’t have much reason to keep playing. Although the game is still popular, players are clamoring for new and meaningful improvements for Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

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