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Animal Crossing has become a huge hit for Nintendo, with fans of the franchise claiming their favourite game has spawned more than 30 species of cats.
Aussie-born animator Sean O’Connell has been producing new designs for the game for a number of years, but this latest version was his biggest so far.
“It’s been a long time coming, it’s the biggest I’ve ever done,” he said.
“I’m going to keep doing it, because it’s a really fun experience to do, and I think it’s really well done.”
Animal Crossing is a popular pet-themed video game in Australia, and it’s often said to be the first animal-themed game that Nintendo ever made.
Animal Crossing was released in the US in December 2007, and is currently available on PlayStation 3 and Wii U. “The cats, the dogs, the rabbits and the ducks, it was a really big hit,” Mr O’Connor said.
Photo: Daniel Munoz A recent survey revealed a significant number of Australians had played Animal Crossing over the past few years.
“There’s a huge demand for it,” he told 7.30.
“We’ve had a lot of people come in and say, ‘I’ve played it for like five years’.
It’s pretty popular, and people are happy to pay for it.”
The developer said the new design would likely be the last for the cat, although he said he could see it being adapted for other animals.
“Some people are going to want to make something else out of it, like a kangaroo or a wolf, that will be able to walk on their hind legs,” he explained.
There are so many characters. “
Animal Crossing is like a family game, it has so many different things happening at once.”
There are so many characters.
It’s really hard to make a new character out of cats.