Happy New Year! 2014 is finally upon us, and for some people, January 1st marks a fresh start in their lives. Gamers, meanwhile, have new events and birthdays to celebrate in Nintendo’s 3DS title, Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Granted, New Year’s Day already passed, but you still have plenty of fish to catch.
New Year’s Day (1/1): Visit the plaza and celebrate with Isabelle. It’s also Lunar New Year’s Day in Korea.
Fishing Tourney (3rd Saturday, 1/18): Catch a ton of fish for Chip.
Daeboreum (1/15): This is a Korean holiday that celebrates the first full moon of 2014.
Available Insects: Ant, Bagworm, Bee, Centipede, Dung Beetle, Fly, Hermit Crab, Mole Cricket, Pill Bug, Wharf Roach
Available Fish: Barbel Steed, Bitterling, Black Bass, Blowfish, Bluegill, Carp, Coelacanth, Crucian Carp, Dab, Dace, Football Fish, Freshwater Goby, Giant Trevally, Goldfish, Horse Mackerel, Koi, Oarfish, Olive Flounder, Pale Chub, Pond Smelt, Popeyed Goldfish, Red Snapper, Ribbon Eel, Sea Bass, Sea Butterfly, Squid, Stringfish, Tuna, Whale Shark, Yellow Perch
Available Deep-Sea Catches: Abalone, Acorn Barnacle, Chambered Nautilus, Clam, Ear Shell, Giant Isopod, Horsehair Crab, Lobster, Mantis Shrimp, Octopus, Oyster, Pearl Oyster, Red King Crab, Scallop, Sea Anemone, Sea Cucumber, Sea Slug, Sea Star, Seaweed, Snow Crab, Spotted Garden Eel, Sweet Shrimp, Turban Shell