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Animal Crossing Chocolate Egg

Japan Crate

The Furuta Choco Egg is your best bet if you've ever felt like a single treat needed two servings of sweetness. This Japanese candy, which has a similar idea to the Wonder Ball, has previously collaborated with Super Mario, Pokémon, and Splatoon to give you a chocolate exterior and a themed surprise inside. But this time, Animal Crossing takes the lead, with 20 unique characters making their way inside.

 

Animal Crossing

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Nintendo created and released the Animal Crossing video game franchise, which focuses on social simulation. Katsuya Eguchi and Hisashi Nogami came up with the idea and made the series. In Animal Crossing, the player controls a human who lives in a community with many different anthropomorphic animals. The player must hunt, gather, and save money to build their ideal town because they only have a tent and some simple equipment. However, because there aren't many predetermined missions or goals in the game, they can proceed at their leisure.

Furthermore, the series is renowned for its open-ended gameplay and use of the internal clock and calendar of the video game console to simulate the passing of actual time. If the player logs in early enough, they'll be given a sight of the virtual sunrise and be able to gather some of the fish and bugs that are only visible in the morning. Similar to how during the day, every store will be closed, and most island residents will have retired to bed if they log in at night. The game is simple to operate and presents minimal obstacles to younger players. As your character gets used to the rhythm of their new island life, it's imaginative, captivating, and calm all at the same time.

 

Animal Crossing Chocolate Eggs

Animal Crossing Chocolate Eggs

These incredibly adorable Animal Crossing chocolate eggs were released for the new Animal Crossing: New Horizons game on the Nintendo Switch. A capsule extremely reminiscent of the well-known Kinder Surprise Eggs can be found inside these delicious eggs. Inside the milk chocolate-covered Animal Crossing Choco Egg is a special surprise—a random figurine from the game that features some of your favorite characters. This collection includes 2 uncommon and super secret character figures, bringing the total number of collectible characters to 20. 

This set includes well-known characters like Isabelle, Tom Nook, K.K. Slider, and many others. Each incredibly detailed figure measures around 5 cm tall and comes with a display stand. These eggs would be a wonderful Easter present for any Animal Crossing lover and the ideal snack for New Horizons. These eggs are tasty, collectible, and fun, but please use caution when around young children since the toys inside may include small bits that could cause choking.

 

Animal Crossing Chocolate Egg Collectibles

Animal Crossing Chocolate Egg Collectibles

Animal Crossing Choco Egg includes two secret varieties and 18 different figures. New villagers are included alongside returning villagers in every new game in the Animal Crossing series. Some of the residents in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been there since the start and are well-liked by viewers. Others are completely new to the game, giving each animal-crossing fan something fresh to enjoy. Here are some of the best collectibles you'll get with the sweetest chocolate egg ever!

 

Ankha

Ankha

 

Apollo

Apollo

 

Niko

Niko the monkey

 

Isabelle

Isabelle

 

Timmy and Tommy

Timmy and Tommy

 

It's Japan Crate Time!

If you'd like to try one or more Animal Crossing Choco Eggs for an affordable price, then look no further. Japan Crate will give you the best chocolate eggs with a chance to get kawaii Animal crossing collectibles. The Japan Crate sometimes includes Chocolate eggs, so make sure to check it out to get a chance to receive the Animal Crossing one. 

Japan Crate offers a variety of subscription box that features authentic Japanese culture through candy and snacks, instant noodles, gachapon capsules, figurines, toys, collectibles, stationery, and Chocolate eggs are no exception—direct from the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan. With every monthly package delivered to your home, Japan Crate provides you with the best items to bring to Japan wherever you are. Enjoy!


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