An enthusiastic Animal Crossing: New Horizons player created an entire bug-themed room in their house. Animal Crossing: New Horizons offers players a variety of activities to keep them busy indefinitely. However, one of the cornerstones of the game (and the entire series) is catching and collecting bugs.
The latest entry in the long-running Animal Crossing franchise, released at the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic, still has a strong player base and fan community more than three years on. Animal Crossing : New Horizons’ final major content update comes in the form of the Happy Home Paradise DLC, which adds the Paradise Planning islands, among several other features. Despite being roughly a year and a half away from anything new, players’ creativity never seems to run out.
Posting on one of the main Animal Crossing subreddits, user CyberpunkOwl showed off their impressive bug-themed room, which they call the “Entomology Office.” The detailed space is very well designed and full of all the mistakes that Animal Crossing: New Horizons has to offer. Shelves, books, expensive Animal Crossing insects in display cases, hanging picture frames, everywhere, enough to make a true academic entomologist jealous. The wood tones of the room give it a vintage feel, and the perfectly fitted butterfly wallpaper really takes the theme of the room to the next level.
Super happy with my entomology office! The bug-themed room in AnimalCrossing by u/CyberpunkOwl has apparently been popular with other Animal Crossing: New Horizons players, with the post racking up almost 1,000 likes in a few hours at the time of writing. This room definitely belongs to characters like Flick, Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ resident bug lover. The above player’s entomology office is actually similar to what another Animal Crossing: New Horizons player came up with for Flick and CJ’s room, echoing the numerous books and insect display pieces.
While the impressive bug-themed room proves that Animal Crossing: New Horizons bugs should be terrified of the CyberpunkOwl, other players should be terrified of them too. An Animal Crossing: New Horizons player managed to get attacked by three insects at the same time. The player somehow managed to get the mosquitoes, scorpions, and wasps to attack them at the same time, which according to the player took hours to complete. While a new Animal Crossing sequel may still be years away, the seemingly never-ending creativity of its players ensures that Animal Crossing: New Horizons will be a hit for years to come.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is currently available for Nintendo Switch.