Animal Crossing GameCube Cheats & Tricks

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Animal Crossing GameCube box

Get Cash

Sell fruit, fish, shells, bugs, or other unused stuff to Nook. He’ll only give you 25% of what you paid for the item though.

Maximize your time by not selling cheaper fish. You’re better off throwing it back in the water and fishing for more expensive fish. That way you won’t have to go back and forth between Nook’s and the river/sea so many times.

Send presents to the villagers in your letters and they’ll send you furniture or different kinds of fruit that are not native to your town. They’re worth 500 bells instead of 100, but if you plant them you’ll have many trees with lots of fruits that are worth 500 bells!

Deposit money in your bank account and you’ll earn interest every month. You can also cheat by changing the date and get a lot of money in interest. However, be careful because the town will be full of weeds. If you decide to do it, you might as well do it several times to make it worthwhile.

Shake trees and you’ll find a few bells here and there or even hidden furniture. If the bees come out, they will most likely sting you, but you should try to catch them, as they’re worth 4,500 bells at Nook’s!

Do errands for your neighbors and they’ll reward you with furniture or other objects. You can keep these objects or sell them to Tom Nook for some cash.

Fish at the ocean at night time, when it’s snowing or raining. It’s your best chance to fish a Coelacanth, which is worth 15,000 bells. You also have more chances to catch the Red Snapper and the Knifejaw. These are worth 3,000 and 5,000 respectively.

Hit all the rocks in town once a day. One of them will turn red and spit out money bags. Hit it several times consecutively, and you’ll get more money. You can dig three holes around yourself and the rock so when you hit it you don’t accidentally step back. You have to do this before hitting each rock for the first time though.

When you see “stars” in the ground, use your shovel to dig out a fossil, which you can donate at the museum (for free) or sell it to Nook for big bucks after it’s been identified by Blathers the owl. Sometimes it won’t be a fossil, but you can still sell the Gyroids. Pitfall seeds are worthless though.

When you see a glowing portion of earth, make a hole with the shovel and bury a money bag. In a couple of days, it should grow into a money tree. 

You’ll receive money in a letter from your parents on January 1st – It will contain 10,000 bells. You can change the Gamecube’s date back and forth between different years, always on January 1st, and that way you’ll receive a bunch of letters with 10,000 bells. However, there’s some risk. You may lose some of your beloved neighbors, and your town will be full of weeds!

Nook’s Cheats, Codes, and Hints

Nook’s Store Upgrades
Nook will make his store bigger and better the more you shop at it.

Home Upgrades
Expand your house by paying off your mortgage. When you’re done paying what you owe, go talk to Nook and he’ll ask you if you want the upgrade. Say yes and wait until the next day to see your expanded headquarters.

Restock Nook’s Store
If the store is getting empty and you want more items to shop today, just save the game and then change the date before you restart it. Nook’s store will be full of merchandise all over again.

Restock an Item at Nook’s
If you want an item you just bought to become available at Nook’s again, save your game, change the clock to an earlier or later date, save, and then return to the original date. The item will be at Nook’s again.

Unlock New Stuff:
Enter the following codes when talking to Nook – Select “Other Things” and then “Say Code.” Also, go to the “Item Lists” page for codes to unlock the different Gyroids.

CASH, TURNIPS,
and GOLDEN ITEMS:
SPECIAL OBJECTS: PAINTINGS:
100 Bells:
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1,000 Bells:
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30,000 Bells:
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100 Turnips:
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200 Turnips:
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Golden Axe:
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Golden Net:
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Golden Rod:
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Golden Shovel:
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Aloe:
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Arwing:
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Balloon Fight:
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Baseball:
1n5%N%8JUjE5fj
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Bench:
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Jingle Carpet:
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Mario Trophy:
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Luigi Trophy:
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Amazing Painting:
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Basic Painting:
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Dainty Painting:
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MARIO ITEMS: FURNITURE: CLOTHES:
? Block:
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Block Flooring:
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Brick Block:
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Cannon:
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Coin:
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Fire Flower:
4UT6T948GZnOW3
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Flagpole:
4UT6T6L89ZnOW3
dwU%jtL3qjLZBf

Green Pipe:
1mWYg6IfB@&q7z
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Koopa Shell:
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1K6tq#LGscTY%2

Mario Mural:
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Starman:
4UF6T948GZ3ZW3
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Super Mushroom:
#SbaUIRmw#gwkY
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Kiddie Bureau:
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Kiddie Bed:
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Kiddie Chair:
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Kayak:
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Sleeping Bag:
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Propane Stove:
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Backpack:
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Bonfire:
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Cooler:
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Apple TV:
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Flriomariomaro

Harvest Sofa:
ArariaAndrarah
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Spooky Bookcase
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Cabin Bed:
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Cabana Lamp:
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Bamboo Robe:
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Blue Puffy Vest worn only by male animals during the fishing tourneys:
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Red Sweatsuit worn only by Female animals during the aerobics sessions:
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Somber Robe:
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Summer Robe:
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Plum Kimono:
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Butterfly Shirt:
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Caterpillar Tee:
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Caveman Tunic:
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Club Shirt:

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Special Objects

Golden Bug Net
Catch all 40 bug species. The golden net will allow you to catch bugs much more easily.

Golden Shovel
Buy two shovels. When you find some a portion of the ground that’s glowing, make a hole and plant one of the shovels there. It will turn into a golden one.

Golden Fishing Rod
Catch all 40 fish species. The golden fishing rod will allow you to catch fish much more easily, and you’ll also get a trophy in your house.

Golden Axe
Obtain a “perfect” rating by taking good care of your town (planting flowers, the right amount of trees, pulling out weeds, etc. If you maintain it for two weeks, you’ll get the Golden Axe from the lucky spirit Farley, at the wishing well. This axe never breaks.

Unlock other special objects by entering code at Nook’s. Read more about this on the “Nook’s Cheats & Hints” page.

Special Visitors

Chip: (6am-6pm June-November) He holds a fishing tourney every Sunday during the months of June and November. He’ll give you a prize if you caught the biggest bass that day (so far). At the end of the day, if you were the winner, you’ll receive a prize on the mail.

Franklin: (3pm to 9pm on Thanksgiving) Find him hiding behind trees and buildings. Give him the forks Tortimer gives you at the Town Hall and he’ll give you special “Harvest” furniture. You can repeat this until you have the whole collection.

Gracie: (6am-6am – 24 hours on a random day) Wash her car by tapping A really fast when she asks you to and she’ll give you one of her unique shirts.

Jack: (6pm Oct. 31 to 1am Nov. 1) Everyone in town will be dressed up like Jack that day, but you have to find the real Jack. He will not chase you, but you’ll have to give him candy you bought at Nook’s during the month of November. He’ll give you “Spooky” furniture. If you’re persistent, you’ll find the whole collection.

Jingle: (Dec. 24 – 8pm to Dec. 25 – 1am) Talk to him several times and he’ll give you pieces of the “Jingle” series furniture. Only trick is…you have to change your clothes each time so he doesn’t recognize you!

Joan: (Sunday 6am – Noon) Buy turnips from her and sell them to Nook any day of the week except Sundays. The prices vary like the stock market, so you may make extra money or lose some. Also, you can buy red turnips from her, which you can plant for a special surprise. Turnips rot after a week, so sell them before that!

Katrina: (9pm – 9pm- 24 hours on a random day) She’ll tell you your fortune. Sometimes it’s nothing important, but sometimes she will tell you something special.

K.K. Slider (aka Totakeke) (Saturday 6pm to Midnight) Watch him play music at the cafeteria. He’ll give you a record after the song is done so you can play the music at home. Find the song list at the bottom of the page.

Mr. Resetti (After You Don’t Save the Game) You should be familiar with him by now, but he shows up every time you forget to save your game before quitting. He’ll be really annoying and will talk and talk until he thinks you’ve understood why it’s important to save.

Nat (3rd Saturday in June, July, August, and September) Nat hosts the Bug Catching Contest. He’ll reward you with gifts each time you bring him the rarest bug. Also, he’ll send you the Bug Trophy if you were able to catch the rarest bug that day.

Saharah: (6am to 6am – 24 hours on a random day) She trades rare and exotic carpets for one of your carpets and some money. The prices go up the more you buy from her, but sometimes it’s worth it.

Snowman: (Dec. 25 to Mid-February) If you notice small balls of snow in the ground you should roll them around to make them bigger. Find another ball and roll it on top of the other to make a snowman. If it has the right proportions, he’ll give you special “Snowman” furniture. If he’s out of proportion, he’ll just complain.

Wendell: (6am to 6am – 24 hours on a random day) When you find him, you’ll have the opportunity to give him fish three times. He’ll give you wallpapers in exchange.

Wisp: (Midnight-3am) He’ll appear in your town every night, and you have to catch him with your net. When you let him go, he’ll let you choose one of several items, including rare furniture and objects.

Other Hints and Secrets

Get NES Games:
There are a few other ways to obtain NES games, but here are a few:

  1. When you’re done running errands for Nook, you’ll receive a “welcome package” with three items. Two of them are NES games.
  2. Talk to the neighbors and eventually one of them will ask you when your birthday is, especially if you choose the 2nd talk option once in a while. Tell them and, on your birthday, one of the neighbors will visit with a present for you, a NES!
  3. When you go to the Island (special GBA connection), give the villager a shovel and he might dig out a NES game. You can then try to bribe him with fruit.
  4. On Christmas’ Eve, you’ll get a NES game on the mail. Yeay!

Pick a Song from Totakeke
Fill your pockets so you can’t carry any more items. Go to the concert and hear the song. Totakeke (a.k.a. K.K. Slider) will realize you don’t have room to store his music track. Keep coming back with your pockets full and listen to the different songs. When you hear one you like, come back with space in your pockets, request the song, and when he’s done singing you’ll get the copy you wanted.

Talk to the Neighbors
Talk to the neighbors you come across a few times. They might get angry, but you’ll also find out more about them and they might play games with you or ask you to do errands for them so you can get objects as a reward.

Making Mr. Resetti Angry and meeting Don Resetti
Turn off the Gamecube without saving, and Resetti will show up to give you his lecture. Keep doing it and he’ll get even angrier! At some point, his brother Don will be the one lecturing you, and if you insist in not saving (about 60 times), Mr. Resetti will come back and kick out everyone in town to give you a lesson.

Make your Neighbors Angry
Walk into the neighbors and push them around or hit them with the shovel or bug net. They’ll become mad and steam will come out of their heads.

Changing the Clock
You can hold A and B when the Gamecube logo appears before you start any games. There you can change the date and time so you can play on a different date in Animal Crossing. The other option is to start the game and select “Before I go…” You can change the game’s clock here without affecting the Gamecube’s clock and therefore other games. Either way, it’s always best to just play on the current date and time. If you change the clock back and forth you may miss stuff like special objects, so it’s not recommended to disrupt the programmed chain of events in Animal Crossing.

Nature’s Punishment 
Play your game at least once a week, or the next time you go back to it, the town will be full of weeds and your flowers may be gone or dying. Same thing will happen if you start cheating by changing the date radically.

Item Lists

BUGS:

Name

Price

When to Get Them and Where

Ant

80

Anytime, near candy or turnips.

Bagworm

250

In trees from October to March.

Banded Dragonfly

4,500

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from July to August.

Bee

4,500

In trees, anytime.

Bell Cricket

430

In the grass from 5pm to 8am from September to October.

Brown Cicada

200

In trees from 8am to 5pm from July to August.

Cockroach

5

In trees or flowers from March to November.

Common Butterfly

80

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from March to October

Common Dragonfly

130

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from May to July.

Cricket

130

In the grass from 5pm to 8am from September to November.

Darner Dragonfly

200

Anywhere from 8am to 5 pm from June to August.

Drone Beetle

80

In trees from July to August.

Dynastid Beetle

1,350

In trees from 7pm to 8am from July to August.

Evening Cicada

850

In trees from 4am to 8am and 4pm to 7pm from July to August

Firefly

250

Near water from 7pm to 4am in June.

Flat Stag Beetle

2,000

In trees from 7pm to 8am from June to August.

Giant Beetle

10,000

In trees from 11pm to 8am from July to August.

Grasshopper

130

In grass from 8am to 5pm from August to September.

Jewel Beetle

3,000

In trees from 8am to 4pm from July to August.

Ladybug

130

On flowers from 8am to 5pm from March to July.

Long Locust

200

In grass from 8am to 5pm from August to November.

Longhorn Beetle

200

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from June to August.

Mantis

430

On flowers from 8am to 5pm from August to September.

Migratory Locust

1,350

In grass from 8am to 7pm fro September to November.

Mole Cricket

200

Underground (listen for ’em) from November to May.

Mosquito

130

Anywhere from 8am to 11pm from May to September.

Mountain Beetle

2,000

In trees from 7pm to 8am from July to August.

Pill Bug

250

Under rocks all the time.

Pine Cricket

100

In grass from 5pm to 8am from September to October.

Pond Skater

130

In ponds from 8am to 7pm from June to September.

Purple Butterfly

2,000

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from June to August.

Red Dragonfly

1,000

Anywhere from 8am to 7pm from September to October.

Robust Cicada

300

In trees from 8am to 5pm from July to August.

Saw Stag Beetle

2,000

In trees from 7pm to 8am from July to August.

Snail

250

On flowers all day from April to September.

Spider

300

In trees all day from April to September.

Spotted Ladybug

200

On flowers from 8am to 5pm from March to July and in October.

Tiger Butterfly

200

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from April to September.

Walker Cicada

400

In trees from 8am to 5pm from July to September.

Yellow Butterfly

80

Anywhere from 8am to 5pm from March to October.

 

FISH:

Angelfish

Arapaima

Arowana

Barbel Steed

Barred Knifejaw

Bass

Bitterling

Bluegill

Brook Trout

Carp

Catfish

Cherry Salmon

Coelacanth

Crawfish

Crucian Carp

Dace

Eel

Freshwater Goby

Frog

Giant Catfish

Giant Snakehead

Goldfish

Guppy

Jellyfish

Killifish

Koi

Large Bass

Large Char

Loach

Pale Chub

Piranha

Popeyed Goldfish

Pond Smelt

Trout

Red Snapper

Salmon

Sea Bass

Small Bass

Stringfish

Sweetfish

River

River

River

River

Sea

River

River

River

Pond

River

River

River

Sea

Pond

River

River

River

River

Pond

Pond

Pond

River

River

Sea

Pond

River

River

Waterfall

River

River

River

River

River

River

Sea

River

Sea

River

River

River

July-Oct

July-Sep

June-Sep

All Year

Mar-Nov

All Year

Dec-Feb

All Year

All Year

All Year

May-Oct

Mar-June/Sep-Nov

All Year

Apr-Sep

All Year

All Year

June-Sep

All Year

May-Aug

June-Aug

June-Aug

All Year

Dec-Feb

August

Apr-Aug

All Year

All Year

Mar-June/Sep-Nov

Mar-May

All Year

June-Sep

All Year

AugustRainbow

Mar-June/Sep-Nov

All Year

September

All Year

All Year

Dec-Feb

Aug-Sep

 

GYROIDS:

You can unlock the gyroids with these codes at Nook’s.
Select “other things” and then “say code.”

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Clankoid

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Croakoid

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Dekkoid

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Dingloid

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Drilloid

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Gargloid

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Gongoid

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Harmonoid

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Howloid

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Lamentoid

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Lullaboid

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Mega Alloid

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Mega Bovoid

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Mega Bowtoid

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Mega Buzzoid

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Mega Clankoid

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Mega Croakoid

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Mega Dekkoid

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Mega Dingloid

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Mega Dinkoid

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Mega Drilloid

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Mega Echoid

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Mega Freakoid

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Mega Gongoid

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Mega Harmanoid

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Mega Howloid

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Mega Lamentoid

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Mega Lullaboid

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Mega Nebuloid

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Mega Oboid

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Mega Oombloid

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Mega Percoloida

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Mega Plinkoid

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Mega Poltergoid

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Mega Puffoid

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Mega Rustoid

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Mega Sproid

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Mega Sputnoid

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Mega Squelchoid

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Mega Strumboid

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Metatoid

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Mini Bowtoid

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Mini Buzzoid

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Mini Dinkoid

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Mini Drilloid

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Mini Echoid

2%Q3EhMtRByAY3n5yYAK9zgHxLo7
Mini Fizzoid

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Mini Freakoid

AiBiCiDiEiFipYAiBiCiDiEiFiyG
Mini Gargloid

ArisSrisKlismYArisJrisAsisyG
Mini Gongoid

1FThDOY4k3685184U613wcRCmqir
Mini Harmonoid

1CT1DOY4k3685184#613wcRCmqir
Mini Howloid

Ai#9ES@sTRJsAAsh09cb#9Vak9I8
Mini Lullaboid

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Mini Oombloid

1CT1DOY4k36851847613wcRCmqir
Mini Plinkoid

Ai9xES@sTRJsYYsh09cb#9UaKHI3
Mini Rhythmoid

1FThDOY4k3685184s613wcRCmqir
Mini Rustoid

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Mini Sproid

2%Q2fhMthAyAY3O5yYAK9zxHxLo7
Mini Sputnoid

GrdBQTVOGo3WtRsHBeCngForDver
Mini Tootoid

Aq%cugkN&in76hV%vIL3HUo3QYEd
Mini Warbloid

8i9xES@sTRJsAAsh09cb#9UaKH67
Oboid

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Oombloid

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Poltergoid

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Quazoid

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Rhythmoid

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Rustoid

1FThDOY4k3685184#613wcRCmqir
Slim Nebuloid

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Slim Quazoid

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Sputnoid

Di9xES@sTRJsAAsh09cb39vqk#01
Squat Nebuloid

Ni9xES@sTRJhAAshO9cb37UaKHLE
Squelchoid

Vi9xES@sTRMsAAshO9cb39UaKHs1
Strumboid

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Tall Bowtoid

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Tall Buzzoid

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Tall Clankoid

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Tall Dingloid

2%Q3EhMtRByAY3Z5yYAK9zxHxLo7
Tall Echoid

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K.K. SLIDER SONGS:

You’ll get these every time you go to a concert at the café. You’ll be able to put the different music tracks in your stereo at home and play them whenever you want.

K.K. Aria
K.K. Bossa
K.K. Blues
K.K. Chorale
K.K. Condor
K.K. Casbah
K.K. Cruisin’
K.K. Country
K.K. Calypso
K.K. D & B
K.K. Dirge
K.K. Etude
K.K. Faire
K.K. Fusion
K.K. Folk
K.K. Gumbo
K.K. Lament
K.K. Love Song
K.K. Lullaby
K.K. Jazz
K.K. Mambo
K.K. March
K.K. Parade
K.K. Ragtime
K.K. Reggae
K.K. Rock
K.K. Samba

K.K. Steppe
K.K. Salsa
K.K. Ska
K.K. Swing
K.K. Soul
K.K. Song
K.K. Safari
K.K. Tango
K.K. Technopop
K.K. Waltz
K.K. Western
Aloha K.K.
Lucky K.K.
Imperial K.K.
Rockin’ K.K.
The K. Funk
Soulful K.K.
Senor K.K.
Surfin’ K.K.
Comrade K.K.
Mr. K.K.
Cafe K.K.
DJ K.K.
Only Me
Go K.K. Rider!
I Love You
Two Days Ago