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NES Games are in-game games that appear in Animal Forest, Animal Forest +, Animal Crossing, and Animal Forest e+. They are games that appeared on the Nintendo Entertainment System and can be played just as if they were the original. Some can be won at Tom Nook's lottery, while others are obtained as promotional items from a special memory card found in certain Animal Crossing games. Nintendo e-Reader cards also have a few NES games available for Animal Crossing.
Obtainable from Nook's Lottery, Redd, or are buried by villagers
Obtained from the island
Obtained from Nintendo giveaways
Unobtainable without external assistance
- Mario Bros. (Animal Crossing, America-Only e- Reader card, Series 4)
- Ice Climber (Animal Crossing, America-Only-e- Reader card, Series 4)
- Super Mario Bros. (Animal Forest+, Japan-Only 2001-2002 Famitsu Giveaway OR Cheating Device)
- The Legend of Zelda (Cheating Device)
- The original Japanese release of Animal Forest + for GameCube lacks Soccer and Excitebike, and instead features the early Famicom versions of Gomoku Narabe and Mahjong.
- Depending on the version of the game, some NES games are obtained through different means.
- Clu Clu Land D, Soccer, Donkey Kong 3, Donkey Kong Jr. and Punch-Out!! were initially unavailable in-game, however Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe later released codes that could be used in the game to unlock them, though Punch-Out!! was deciphered by fans.
- Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda cannot be played through normal means.
- Some NES games were re-released in Classic NES Series for GBA.
- There is a fake NES game in Animal Forest e+ and Animal Crossing, obtainable from Tortimer on April Fool's Day called Super Tortimer.
- When playing Animal Crossing using a setup that supports the game's progressive scan display mode, the mode must be activated in order for NES games to be playable.
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