For our latest round of cute ACNH custom codes, we have different designs inspired from other video game franchises!
Pokemon: TeeTee’s Snorlax hoodie speaks volumes to me, and I would say it might be just as relatable for a lot of other people. Check out their creator code (starting MA) for an equally cute Charmander sweater, too.
Legend of Zelda: Kitramina’s Korok looks super adorable (I can practically hear it say ‘Yahaha! You found me!’) and would go perfectly well with your rock garden if you have one on your island.
This Splatoon-inspired cap by Meridian is equal parts cool and colorful.
Rila made a pixel 24-hour Cinderella version of Majima from Yakuza 0, and I’m absolutely in love with it!
This Genshin Impact Paimon-inspired dress by Vitani looks very pretty from front to back.
This gorgeous red-hot dress is inspired from DotA’s very own fiery spellcaster, Lina.
Have your cookie any way you want it — GingerBrave and Strawberry Cookie have got you in this dual-sided Cookie Run-inspired uchiwa fan by Giorgia!
Resident Evil (Biohazard): Lastly, an Umbrella Corporation-inspired umbrella by Nimue, in a lighter red variant to make it look a little less eerie and a little more kawaii.
How to use Animal Crossing custom designs
You would need to have the following:
- An active Nintendo Switch Online membership. It’s a paid subscription feature, but you can get a 7-day free trial.
- The Able Sisters shop on your island. You can access the designs through the kiosk at the back of the shop and search for the design or creator codes above, then use the custom designs app on your NookPhone to try them out for yourself.
Hope you like these designs and enjoy the rest of your summer! Let us know what you think of these designs and/or feel free to share codes with the same theme by leaving a comment below.
Andy (AKA Arlandyia) is an English teacher currently based in Thailand with her partner and their cat, Xiao. Originally from Manila, Philippines, her love for kawaii sparked from her childhood interests: Sanrio characters, scrapbooking, stationery, and shoujo manga. In her free time, she catches up on her journaling, plays video games, reads manga, and takes a few short naps.