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A Walt Disney theme park themed Animal Crossing village

Walt Disney World: I was split between posting this on the Animal Crossing Community website or on here. I chose to post this here since I wanted theme park related feedback rather than general Disney related feedback.

From Gabriel Ross
Posted September 10, 2013 at 9:46 AM
The recent game in the Animal Crossing series allows you to be mayor and build various thing around your town. Also, with the wireless capabilities of the 3DS, you can have people visit from around the world and even view your town in an Inception-esque feature where you pay to have a dream of another person's village.

One village has already become well renowned among the Animal Crossing fan base (the Aika village, to be exact). It supposedly tells the story of a girl in a broken home. I visited and was very inspired. I thought, "If someone can do this with a made up story, who's to say I can't make a famous village of my own?". A few days later, I noticed a wifi friend of mine whose house looked like a legitimate castle. It was pink, but a light bulb suddenly lit up in my head and I thought: MAKE A DISNEY VILLAGE!

So here I am, typing this long essay when I should be doing homework. My idea was to make my own Disney park, but it to be based off of Magic Kingdom. The first house would be the castle, while the other three would be three of the different lands in Magic Kingdom (Town Hall would be Liberty Square), but I'd reference any ride from any other Disney Park that would fall under the theme on that house (i.e., Star Wars, Space Mountain, and Mission: Space would be under the Tomorrowland roof, while Pirates, Indiana Jones, and Animal Kingdom would be in Adventureland).

With that, any suggestions?


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From Andy Milito
Posted September 10, 2013 at 2:34 PM
If I had Animal Crossing: New Leaf, I would most certainly check this out! I think you've got a pretty good idea on your hands. The lack of physical attractions would diminish some of the charm for me, but if you handle the theming right, it could be really cool. I say go for it!

From Andrew Dougherty
Posted September 10, 2013 at 2:44 PM
it could get me to play the game. i have a 3ds and my brother owns the game.

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