Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been available on the Nintendo Switch for almost an entire year now, but with new players joining in on the island fun constantly, some people might be interested in knowing what the new bugs are for the month of March. Just like other Animal Crossing games that came before it, New Horizons is on a schedule, just like the real world, and when certain months go away, so do some bugs and fish.
Now that March is here and the snow from Winter has begun to melt (at least for the northern hemisphere), there are new critters to find and collect --or sell, if Bells is what a player is seeking. Down below, there's a list of the new bugs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the month of March and then a second list that has the new bugs for the southern hemisphere.
To be able to catch all of these bugs, Animal Crossing players will need to have a bug-catching net on their person. Those selling prices for Bells are if players take the bugs to Nook's Cranny, but if players want a little more moolah, they can save the bugs and bring them to Flick when they pop up on the player's town. Once a bug has been caught once, its profile will be saved in the Critterpedia, so if players end up having any repeats, they can be sold, kept in a tank for decoration, or thrown back into the wild where they were originally found.
Ever since Nintendo shook the world with the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons back in March of 2020, its popularity is unwaning and its hype train is still chugging through. Players have created their dreams islands and many talented folks have even worked hard to put together recreations in-game of other media properties. Players have recreated interesting things such as a Pokemon Center from the Pokemon series and the Keyblade Graveyard from Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts franchise.
And one player has gone out of their way to recreate the entire first act of one of the most popular musicals ever, Hamilton -- a play created by Lin-Manuel Miranda. After hitting Broadway and then eventually making its way to Disney+ as an exclusive, its music continues to permeate through pop culture and has made its way into Nintendo's life sim game, thanks to a big-time fan.
Guitar_Knight14 posted the entire first of Hamilton onto their YouTube channel and, at the time of writing, has managed to reach almost 400,000 views and over 30,000 likes. The recreation of the musical in-game is done extremely well, with all of the characters wearing the appropriate clothing that fits the time period of Hamilton, and the creator tries to emulate the scenes as perfectly as they can with the furniture and items that players have access to in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which is no simple feat.
They also do a great job at showing off the emotions and personalities of the main characters in the play by using the emotes and gestures available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. While this is only Act 1 of the play, they've been recreating even more tracks from the musical that have been popping up on the YouTube channel over these last few months. Hopefully, Act 2 comes out soon so Animal Crossing and Hamilton fans can come together once again to witness this wonderful collaboration.
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