How Many Gyroids are There in ACNH? – Animal Crossing New Horizons Gyroids Listed

Gotta catch 'em all... Wait, this isn't Pokemon.

Gyroids are a kind of unusual decoration in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that are able to sing and dance. They also exist as NPCs. They were added to Animal Crossing: New Horizons in update 2.0, which was released on November 5th, 2021. You can get a Gyroid by digging up a hole, planting Gyroid Fragment in that hole, and then watering it. But how many Gyroids are there in ACNH? Here’s everything you need to know.

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If you did everything right, you can go and dig up your very own Gyroid the day after you water them. Luckily, they’re low maintenance and they only need to be watered once so you don’t need to worry about upkeep unlike other farming games on Switch like Stardew Valley.

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Note that the Gyroids in ACNH are different than in the other Animal Crossing games and that they do not belong to specific families of Gyroids.

As mentioned in the intro paragraph, Gyroids can dance and sing for you (depending on where they are placed, because some of the functionality is limited by their immediate surroundings). Each of them has a different look and sound, so it might take you some time before you find your favorite since there are 36 Gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons currently. Some of them look kind of creepy and morbid, while others are genuinely pretty damn cute! Can we have one in real life? Please?

Gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are customizable. You can change the color of them easily.

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Here’s the list of all known Gyroids below (in alphabetical order):

  • Aluminoid
  • Arfoid
  • Babbloid
  • Bendoid
  • Bloopoid
  • Boioingoid
  • Boomoid
  • Brewstoid
  • Bubbloid
  • Bwongoid
  • Clatteroid
  • Crumploid
  • Dootoid
  • Drummoid
  • Flutteroid
  • Jingloid
  • Laseroid
  • Oinkoid
  • Petaloid
  • Rattloid
  • Ringoid
  • Rumbloid
  • Scatteroid
  • Spikenoid
  • Sproingoid
  • Squeakoid
  • Squeezoid
  • Stelloid
  • Thwopoid
  • Tockoid
  • Tremoloid
  • Twangoid
  • Wallopoid
  • Whirroid
  • Whistloid
  • Xylophoid

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Nikola has been a Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. He has been gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (when gaming was really good!). Nikola has helped organize dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009.