Animal Crossing: New Horizons is really hot in 2020 because at that time this game accompanied many players to get through the pandemic. Then as early as December 2020, the British National Video Game Museum announced their latest project: to record and archive the first year of the global pandemic through the lens of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Nine months later, the exhibition was ready, very gorgeous, with Animal Crossing style art, player stories, and a large number of images, which can be used as a window to learn about other people's games.
You can find the story on the Animal Crossing Diary website, which is the main part of the exhibition. They range from exploring fashion in pixels to creating games in games, and even islands where players represent their cultural heritage in their desolate places.
This is a moving tribute to the game that dominated the first few months of the blockade, and it has become a cultural and historical moment of its own. These stories are divided into five themes: maintaining a routine, creating space, representing yourself, sharing creativity, and keeping in touch, at least one of which may be related to yourself. Every player is a participant.
There is also a timeline of events in the Animal Crossing game, the oral history of the game, and its production background-all in all, a very useful exhibition. It's like going to a museum in real life, except there is no gift shop. Players do not get bored with this game, they even go to buy Animal Crossing NMT and Animal Crossing Items.
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