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Animal Crossing: New Leaf Fortune Cookies

by Prima Games Staff

When it comes to Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Nookling Junction is your one stop shop for a variety of useful items, like a fishing rod, bug-catching net and shovel.  You’ll also come across fortune cookies that Timmy and Tommy Nook sell for two 3DS Play Coins apiece.  

Thankfully, these items are more than just virtual snacks.  Upon eating a fortune cookie, you can give one of those friendly raccoons the ticket in exchange for a prize, including Pikmin-themed headgear, the gold Star from Super Mario Bros. and much more.

Thing is, you can only purchase one fortune cookie per day.  What special items will you discover? Here’s the full list.

1. Mushroom Mural- Familiar background from the NES classic Super Mario Bros.

2. Block Floor- Mario runs along these in several adventures.

3. Hero’s Clothes- Link’s threads from The Legend of Zelda.

4. Random Item

5. Hero’s Pants- Link never leaves home without them.

6. Random Item

7. Peach’s Parasol: Princess Peach floats with this umbrella.  Sadly, you cannot.

8. Hero’s Cap- This goes on Link’s noggin.

9. Majora’s Mask- Creepy mask from this beloved Zelda adventure.

10. Samus Mask- Samus Aran’s headgear.  

11. Midna’s Mask- From Twilight Princess for the Wii.

12. Toad Hat- Dress up like this Super Mario Bros. character.

13. Red Pikmin- Make yourself resemble a Pikmin.

14. Blue Pikmin- In case red doesn’t suit you.

15. Yellow Pikmin- Put this on your head if you’re a Pikmin fan.

16. Random Item

17. Block- You know this from Super Mario Bros.

18. Coin- Gold coin from the Mario franchise.

19. Goal Pole- Up the flagpole, Mario.

20. Fire Flower- Best pick-up in Super Mario Bros.

21. Super Mushroom- These make Mario grow twice his size.

22. Green Shell- Popular in both Super Mario and Mario Kart franchises.

23. Super Star- This makes Mario invincible.

24. 1-Up Mushroom- Extra life from Super Mario Bros. series.

25. ? Block- What secrets lie within?

26. Piranha Plant Pipe- This poses no danger to your Animal Crossing villager.

27. Fire Bar- Mario must jump over these objects.

28. Bill Blaster- Good old Bullet Bill.

29. Yoshi’s Egg

30. Random Item

31. Triple Red Shells- Tough to dodge in the Mario Kart games.

32. Kart- Mario’s hang-gliding kart from Mario Kart 7.

33. Pikmin- Plant these little guys inside your home.

34. Blue Falcon- Hover craft from F-Zero.

35. Master Sword- Link’s greatest weapon in The Legend of Zelda series.

36. Arwing- Fox McCloud takes to the skies in this stylish aircraft.

37. Triforce- The cool symbol from The Legend of Zelda franchise.

38. Random Item 

39. S.S. Dolphin- Captain Olimar’s spaceship.

40. Virtual Boy- Nintendo’s tabletop 3D system.

41. Wii Balance Board- Calorie burning Wii Fit peripheral.

42. Varia Suit Pants- Samus wears these, and so can you.

43. Varia Suit Shoes- Samus Aran’s kicks.

44. Wario Mustache

45. Mario Mustache

46. Varia Suit- Samus Aran’s Metroid outfit.

47. Metroid- Are these little buggers friend or foe?

48. Triple Bananas- A Mario Kart staple.

49. Hero’s Boots- These are Zelda chic.

50. FI Mask- You probably met this character in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf is available for 3DS in both retail and digital format.

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