|Release date||June 1, 2006|
|Game Size||62 Blocks, 16,138,240 Bytes (15.3 MiB)|
Animal Crossing (Chinese name: 动物森林, literally "Animal Forest") was released on the iQue Player on June 1, 2006.
It was the last iQue Player game ever released.
Accumulate wealth at leisure, or enjoy the fun of socializing? In this small village, you are the main character!
Creative real-time system, traditional Chinese festivals, and all kinds of interesting unexpected events made this virtual world unbelievably real. This is Animal Crossing: An entire world for a person!
- The game features in-depth Chinese localization, providing features including Chinese input and traditional Chinese festivals like the Mid-Autumn Festival.
- Like Custom Robo, the last two games released on the iQue Player do not have on-console manuals, nor do they appear on the older iQue@Home site.
- This is the only iQue Player title to officially use iQue Card hotswapping. To accept a visitor from another iQue Player, the host's card must be removed to read Memory Area data from the visitor card, and then continue the game using the host's OWN iQue Card.
- Animal Forest is the only game with a non-zero allowed hardware value in its CMD.