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|Provides||Giving out Medals|
There are a wide number of different tours available, and come in three different difficulties. At first, only the ★☆☆ (1 star, easy) difficulty tours can be selected, and by earning 50+ medals, ★★☆ (2 stars, medium) tours can be unlocked. Earning approx. 120+ medals wil then unlock the more challenging ★★★ (3 stars, hard) tours. Only a selection of 12 Tours will be available from Leilani at any point in time, which changes randomly every day at 12:00 AM. Course tours (Tours with Easy, Official, and Elite variants) will always appear as a set.
Once a tour is selected, and all players on the island must be seated (in Club Tortimer, only the player who initiated the tour has to be seated before the tour begins, with non-seated players being left behind). The player can choose to play a game with other visiting players, or by themselves. Medals are earned from tour objectives, and bonus medals are awarded for bronze, silver or gold achievements in each tour.
In multiplayer, the required score for a games' medal milestone is often multiplied by the number of participating players. Additionally, in a select few games, bonus medals are awarded to each player depending on how much they contributed and the difficulty of the tour.
At the start of a tour, the slingshot will be automatically equipped. The aim of the Ballon-Hunt is to shoot down as many balloons floating in the air as possible. On the lower screen of the Nintendo 3DS there will be a wind indicator which will indicate the direction the balloons will be flying in, as well as the location of a balloon.
There are two types of balloons:
During multiplayer, the balloons on the map are multiplied by the number of players participating. Each player will be allocated a color, and can only pop balloons of their associated color.
The aim of the tour is to find as many bugs specified by Tortimer on the Island. A rental net is automatically given for use in this tour. Some tours require specific criteria, such as catching high-selling bugs or only specific insects.
|Easy Bug-catching Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Feel like catching bugs while on a tropical getaway? This tour will let you do just that! Beginners welcome!
|Players must catch as many bugs as they can.||6+||6 medals|
|Bug Free-for-All Tour||5 minutes|| |
| If bug catching is becoming your favorite activity, then join this intermediate tour and prove your skills!
|Players must catch as many bugs as they can.||8+||8 medals|
|Fall Bug Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Enjoy bug catching in the fall to ease down the heat of the tropical islands! This tour is for advanced bug catchers!
|The player must catch noisy bugs, such as Crickets, Bell Crickets, and Grasshoppers.||8+||8 medals|
|Pros-Only Bug Hunt||5 minutes|| |
| Only those with a mastery of bug catching need apply for this, the hardest bug tour available. Can you win?
|Players must catch as many bugs as they can.||10+||12 medals|
|Beetle-Hunting Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Dynastid and stag beetles are popular, and this tour wants to see you snag the most! Beginners welcome!
|Players must catch as many beetles as they can.||6+||6 medals|
|Cicada-Catching Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Can't get enough of the cicada's call? Then this is the bug-hunting tour that you'll enjoy most of all!
|Players must catch as many cicadas as they can.||8+||8 medals|
|Butterfly-Discovery Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Feel like catching butterflies on a tropical island? Then this is the tour for you! Beginners welcome!
|Players must catch as many butterflies as they can.||6+||6 medals|
|Dragonfly-Discovery Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Feel like catching dragonflies on a tropical island? Then this is the tour for you! Beginners welcome!
|Players must catch as many dragonflies as they can.||6+||6 medals|
|Market-Price-Bug Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Want to see the Bell value of the bugs you catch as your score goes up? Then this is the tour for you!
|Players must catch bugs to meet the bell goal.||20,000+||8 medals|
|Elite Market-Price-Bug Hunt||5 minutes|| |
| Watch the Bell values rise in this advanced bug-catching tour. Only those with a full mastery of bugs need apply!
|Bug Hide-and-Seek Tour||7 minutes|| |
| Ready for a tough challenge to find mysterious bugs on a tropical island? Then sign up for this advanced bug tour!
|Equipped with a net and shovel, the player must catch enough hidden bugs (centipedes, walkingsticks, pill bugs, etc.).||10+||15 medals|
|Evening Firefly Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Are fireflies your thing? Are your bug-catching skills at an all-time high? Then sign up for this tour right away!
|Players must catch as many fireflies as they can. The tour is in nighttime so the fireflies can appear.||10+||12 medals|
|Hop-To-It Bug Hunt||5 minutes|| |
| Locusts are plentiful, but you only have a very limited amount of time before it's game over. Can you win?
The aim of the diving tour is to catch as many sea creatures as the player can that are found at the bottom of the sea by diving to catch them. The island that this takes place on will have water on all four sides, so there is plenty of sea to swim around in.
|Shellfish Free-for-All Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Ready to hunt exclusively for shellfish on this beginners' free-diving tour? Then sign up and get diving right away!
|Seafood Free-Diving Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Do you have a good grasp of the free-diving basics? Then sign up for this tour, and hop into the battle for gold!
|Pro-Diver Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Do you have what it takes to be a free-diving master? Prove it with this advanced free-diving tour!
|Octopus Free-Diving Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Catch as many octopuses as you can while free diving! This tour is only open for professional divers, though!
|Super-Luxe Seafood Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Can you catch a sea creature with an amazingly high Bell value? This is a free-diving tour for advanced players!
The goal of this tour is to catch the most fish before time runs out. The fishing tours comes in several varieties with different parameters and gameplay. In tours in which the player is restricted to catching ocean fish only, the tour will take place on an island that has ocean on all four sides, and rivers will not be present.
|Beginner Fishing Tour||6 minutes|| |
| Enjoy catch-and-release fishing on a warm tropical island. Beginners are more than welcome to play!
|Any fish caught will add to the score.||6+||6 medals|
|Elite-Class Fishing Tour||6 minutes|| |
| The highest challenge for the skilled angler is this catch-and-release game! Do you have the ability necessary?
|Classic Tropical Fishing Tour||6 minutes|| |
| Enjoy catch-and-release fishing in the sea near a tropical island! Those with advanced skills welcome!
|Advanced Price-Fishing Tour||6 minutes|| |
| Catch fish, and see their Bell value as your score rises. Only the most skilled anglers need apply for this tour!
|Reel-the-Eel Tour||6 minutes|| |
| This is a unique tour where you catch and release long, thin types of fish! Open to anglers of all skill levels!
|Only eels and thin fish add to the score.||6+||6 medals|
|Dangerous Fishing Tour||6 minutes|| |
| A tour asking you to catch dangerous river-dwelling fish on a tropical island. Waiting for skilled anglers to play!
|Shark-Battle Tour||6 minutes|| |
| Believe it or not, this tour pits your master angling skills against sharks! Only the best need apply!
|The player must catch various sharks that spawn in the water.||8+||15 medals|
|Tuna-Kahuna Tour||6 minutes|| |
| Can you catch a tuna using only a single hook? Only the most skilled anglers need apply for this tour!
|Despite the description, this tour is time-based like the other fishing tours, not cast-based. The player must go fishing for tuna; it should be noted that other fish, such as giant trevally or clownfish might spawn.||8+||20 medals|
The general aim of this tour is to plant as many flowers of the specified type as possible in the area near Tortimer. The game ends after 25 flowers have been planted.
Fossil Hunter Tours
The objective of this tour is to dig up and find particular types of fossil. There are a pair of houses on the map. The one on the left is the "Sample" house. It displays the required types and orientations of fossils the player will need. The house on the right is empty. The player must sort through the fossils they dug up for identical fossils and arrange them in the empty house exactly how they appear in the Sample house.
During multiplayer, the number of houses that must be completed is equivalent to the number of players participating.
|Easy Fossil Finder's Tour||10 minutes|| |
| Are fossils your thing? Then grab your shovel, and start digging on this fossil-finding tour for beginners!
|Official Fossil Finder's Tour||10 minutes|| |
| Is your interest in fossils growing? Then sign up for this intermediate tour, and show your love of fossils!
When selecting this tour, a maze will be set up on the Island made entirely out of bushes. Inside the maze there will be certain types of fruit which will be required to be collected in order to finish the tour. The fruit collected must be the specific fruit tortimer requested, and the amount must be the exact amount requested by Tortimer. If the amount is less or exceeds the number requested, the entry will not be accepted.
In this tour, players are situated in a randomly generated, unoccupied town filled with an abundance of rocks. The aim of the game is to earn as many points as possible by using the automatically equipped shovel to find breakable rocks and collect gemstones. Regular gemstones are worth one point, with one announced ore type worth 3 points. Later levels introduce a rarer, 10-point mystery ore.
Hammer TourEach player is equipped with a hammer. The aim of the hammer tour is to chase around a Cornimer remote control toy which must be hit with the hammer as many times as possible before the time runs out. When the toy reaches an obstacle it will turn in a random direction. The toy will occasionally flip over (maximum once a game), leaving it vulnerable to a barrage of easy hits.
|Easy Hammer Tour||3 minutes|| |
| Looking for an excuse to run around and bop things with a toy hammer? Then this tour for beginners is for you!
|Players must hit the machine as many times as they can.||60+||6 medals|
|Elite Hammer Tour||3 minutes|| |
| Have you fully mastered the art of the hammer? Then get ready for this master-level tour and show your stuff!
|The toy moves slightly faster again.||60+||12 medals|
This tour is a memory game, which requires the locating a pair of items buried in the ground. Upon starting, the a shovel will automatically be equipped for use during the game. Upon digging up an item, the corresponding pair must be found as well. If the next dug up item does not match the first, it will automatically be buried again until the matching item is found.
|Easy Item-Matching Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Get out those shovels and start digging for matching items! Beginners are more than welcome for this tour!
|Match 6 sets (12 items)||3:30||6 medals|
|Official Item-Matching Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Feeling confident with your shovel and matching skills? Then sign up for this tour and see if you can win gold!
|Match 8 sets (16 items)||3:30||8 medals|
|Elite Item-Matching Tour||5 minutes|| |
| Are your shoveling abilities at the max? How about your matching skills? Can you win in this difficult tour?
|Find 10 matching items. (20 items)||3:30||12 medals|
Hide and Seek
Just like the game that was introduced in Animal Crossing: City Folk, the aim of hide and seek is to find four villagers hiding on the Island. They may be hiding behind trees or fixtures. Villagers will not hide on the beach nor inside houses.
During multiplayer, the players have one less minute to complete the tour for each additional player participating in the tour. For example, in a group of three, the players have only 6 minutes to find the villagers, instead of 8. This reduction applies to Bronze, Silver, and Gold Tortimer awards as well.
Although running around randomly may work in the Easy Tour, passing the Official and especially the Elite tours takes proper planning and thorough searching. Not checking even a single tree could lead to the oversight of a villager, causing the player to need to backtrack which wastes precious time. During the Elite tour, Villagers will be impossible to see more often than not from the regular player perspective. Frequent use of the UP key on the D-Pad is recommended to check behind tree trunks and underneath foliage. This gives the additional benefit of knowing where hidden pitfalls are ahead of time.
If a player is working with others, allocate each player a section of the island to comb through. Once they have finished checking their respective section, they should move on to another player's section in order to double-check their work.
Note that a villager is only marked as "found" once their chat bubble disappears. Using the "B" button to speed up chat saves valuable seconds.
This is a scavenger hunt game about finding certain types of furniture. The goal is to enter houses and pick up the furniture listed, then go back to Tortimer to deliver it. The targeted furniture is listed in the checklist located in the inventory menu. The checklist is also shared among the players, checking off the furniture on all their checklist each time the correct furniture is delivered. The game is over if the time runs out or if all the listed furniture are found. Furniture cannot be taken out of this tour.
In multiplayer, each player is given a list of three items to find. A house can only be occupied by one player at a time. The game ends as soon as the last player reports back to Tortimer.
Medals are a form of currency used on the island in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. The player will earn medals by playing various tours. Medals can be used to buy items on the island. Two furniture series are sold on the island, including the Mermaid Series and Cabana Series.
The following items are available for sale only through Club Tortimer:
|Item Name|| Buy Price|
|Blue wet suit||40||Club Tortimer|
|Bottled ship||60||Club Tortimer|
|Hibiscus hairpin||20||Club Tortimer|
|Red wet suit||40||Club Tortimer|
|Sand castle||46||Club Tortimer|
|Sea globe||20||Club Tortimer|
|Striped wet suit||40||Club Tortimer|
|Whirlpool bath||70||Club Tortimer|
|White wet suit||40||Club Tortimer|
The following items are available for sale on the Island:
|Item Name|| Buy Price|
|Black wet suit||40||Island|
|Blue aloha shirt||15||Island|
|Green wet suit||40||Island|
|Orange wet suit||40||Island|
|Pink wet suit||40||Island|
|Red aloha tee||15||Island|
|Red hibiscus start||5||Island|
|Wall life ring||25||Island|
|Yellow hibiscus start||5||Island|
|Yellow aloha tee||15||Island|
- It is also possible to gather an abundance of foreign fruits from the islands the tours take place on. Fruit gathered during the tours will remain in the inventory regardless of whether or not the tour is completed. Since the tours will always have fruit to gather, one could easily obtain an inventory full of fruit to sell once they return to their town, and turn a large profit.
- Bugs and fish can be caught during tours that don't have it as a requirement, this means that one could catch some bugs and fish that are unavailable on the island and can't be caught in the town (if the requirements are not met). Some examples are the crawfish, the frog, and the piranha.
- If the player still has flowers in their inventory when they finish any of the Gardening tours, they will keep the flowers in their inventory despite the fact that the flowers are the tour requirement.