Nov 21st, 2013


Nintendo still might be busy figuring out what it’s going to do next with its Animal Crossing series, but you can make a decision to bring one of these awesome figurines home right now.

Edberg Panganiban is now selling handmade Animal Crossing character figures made from casted resin, cel vinyl paint and of course love. Pre-made figurines start at $40, but of course he can make your own custom character (male or female).

Whether you’re looking to add a new addition to your collection, or hoping to bless someone this holiday season, these little dandies are definitely worth a look.


local_offer    Animal Crossing  Nintendo  wii u  
  • Guest

    The only problem with this is that I change my character so much in that game, it would never be the same.

    • Niknique

      Even though thats true 😛 I still have a style that’s my favorite to wear. So if I were to get one of these I would probably pick that style.

  • jjbredesen

    Thats awesome! I will order one right away!

    Do they ship to Norway?

    • D Moness


      Only ships to United States from California, United States.

      • jjbredesen


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  • Cyberus

    How do I order one?

  • Can they be wearing a Mii mask?

    • jjbredesen

      Yeah i guess, since thet make the figures, by hand they should in theory be able to do anything.

  • Jack5221

    Just curious, I’ve never played an Animal Crossing game before. What are they about?

    • Being mayor in a town, and making money by fishing, catching bugs, and fossil finding. You also get to talk with virtual townsfolk, and upgrade your house, customizing it all

    • rp17

      I haven’t either. But it seems to be a mixture of Farmville and the Sims, except way cuter and 1000x more fun.

      Before anyone gets angry let me explain. It is an open simulation game like the Sims where you can do whatever you want and perform eveyday tasks. It is also very customizable too. It would be similar to Farmville as some of the tasks are related to farming and/or community. Also things in the game are based on a the real-life date and time. But, again, Animal crossing would be exponentially better than either of these two games.

    • 00EpicGamer00

      Animal Crossing is basically a life simulation game. If you’ve played the Sims before, that’s basically what it’s like. Just…a little more kid-friendly. The main priority of Animal Crossing, is to pay off your house. That may sound uninteresting at first, but it’s actually a really fun expierence. Animal Crossing is just one of those games that you wouldn’t expect to be fun, but really is.

  • CEObrainz

    Really, cool. Thought it would be wise to mention here if you are interested in buying one of these really cool figures then check out this link:



    • Sdudyoy

      I wouldn’t mind having the Samus one, The Link one looks a bit odd though.

      • CEObrainz

        I feel the same way, in fact I really like the Samus one it reminds me of the new Smash game as the character model is very similar.

    • Ony

      I died a little when I saw the Samus figurine.

  • Nads Pee

    Or you can have your favorite Animal Crossing villager made into a handmade pouch! Sooo adorabllleeee

  • Wiiluigi

    Cool! I want one. I’ll look into this.