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K.K. Slider Songs / Requests List & How To Get New Songs

K.K. Slider is everyone’s favorite travelling musician in Animal Crossing: New Horizons bringing music to all! We have a complete list of every K.K. Slider Song you can request, including some secret songs, and how to get them in this guide.

You can find K.K. Slider performing outside of Resident Services on your island every Saturday night (requests begin at 6PM) once you’ve unlocked the Island Designer tools.

While he can play any random song if you’d like, we recommend requesting a specific song using the ‘Gimme that one song’ option to help build your collection. For more details on how to get K.K. Slider songs, scroll to the bottom of this guide past the song list.

Complete List of All K.K. Slider Songs in New Horizons

The table below contains the complete list of all 95 K.K. Slider Songs you can collect from the man himself in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If you are requesting a song to K.K. Slider for a performance, remember that song titles must be entered exactly as shown here to work!

As an added bonus, the list below is a fully featured interactive checklist with checkboxes that you can use to keep track of what K.K Slider Songs you own so far! The data will be saved to your browser and may be lost if you clear your browser data.

Enter K.K. Slider Song Titles Exactly As Shown

Having trouble getting K.K. Slider to play the song you’re looking for? It’s important that you always make sure you’re entering the song title to him EXACTLY as we’ve shown on our list here — including exact spacing and any punctuation like periods!

As an example, ensure that you type in the proper “Go K.K. Rider!” instead of a more simpler “Go KK Rider” to get the right song. You should always look over what you’ve entered before pressing submit if you don’t want to make a mistake.

Secret, Special, and Error K.K. Slider Songs

In addition to the regular everyday K.K. Slider Songs that can be randomly played when you leave it up to him, request a mood, or purchase a song from Nook Shopping, there are a few extra special tracks out of the norm.

How To Get Three Secret K.K. Slider Songs

There are three different secret K.K. Slider Songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons that you can only hear and get an album by entering in their names with a request.

Just type out one of the following three Secret Songs listed below to K.K. Slider when asking for a special request using the ‘Gimme that one song’ option:

  • Animal City
  • Drivin’
  • Farewell

Afterwards, you’ll get a copy of the track for use in your own music players, but only one can be obtained per week.

How To Get K.K. Birthday

The K.K. Birthday song cannot be requested at a concert or purchased at Nook Shopping normally. When your real life birthday comes, assuming you set up the date correctly with Timmy & Tommy, your very own personal K.K. Slider concert will be performed!

After the special birthday performance, K.K. Slider will give you the K.K. Birthday track for safekeeping.

Wild World Error Track (Unobtainable)

The Wild World song is an excellent track based on the theme song to Animal Crossing: Wild World on Nintendo DS, but unfortunately you can’t actually obtain this track as an aircheck since the item doesn’t exist.

Technically speaking, you can’t specifically request the Wild World song either as it is an error track, which are unique songs randomly played when you incorrectly enter a song name in a request to K.K. Slider. But since there are only a few different error tracks, there’s a good chance you’ll hear it anyway when requesting ‘Wild World’.

Welcome Horizons Track

The Welcome Horizons is a track that resembles the official title screen theme song for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You’ll receive this track from K.K. Slider after the very first time he performs on your island.

If you’re reading this guide, it’s almost guaranteed that you already own this track. But if you happen to lose the Welcome Horizons song for any reason though, you can get another by requesting Welcome Horizons to K.K. Slider.

How to Get & Unlock New K.K. Slider Songs

There are two main different ways to obtain new K.K. Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Once you get a new song, you can register the track into a music player furniture item and play the song at any time!

Buy K.K. Slider Songs from Nook Shopping

Starting from your first full day on the island, you can begin purchasing K.K. Slider songs from the Nook Stop terminal inside of Resident Services. Just head into the Nook Shopping menu and select Special Goods to find a K.K. Slider song available for purchase at the bottom of the menu.

Each day, a new random K.K. Slider song will be swapped in to your Specials Goods section of the Nook Shopping menu to buy! The song that appears here is unqiue for every player too, so you can trade with others easily using the Order As Gift function!

Bonus: If you’ve purchased enough items from Nook Shopping, you can unlock a special app on your NookPhone allowing you to purchase new songs from anywhere!

Request Songs from K.K. Slider on Saturday Nights

After you’ve completed the ‘Project K’ dream of Tom Nook’s and K.K. Slider has preformed his first concert on your island, he will start appearing on your island as a visitor!

Every week on Saturday, you can find K.K. Slider hanging out with his guitar playing tunes in front of the Resident Services building. However, it’s not until later in the evening that you’ll be able to start requesting songs.

Note that on Saturdays when there is another notable event happening outside of Resident Services, such as the Fishing Tourney or Bug-Off, K.K. Slider will instead appear on the Friday before.

Beginning at 6PM local time on your island, K.K. Slider will begin to accept requests for concert performances with yourself and any friends you might have with you! You can choose between a random song, a random song according to a mood, or a requested song of your own choice.

After K.K. Slider has played your first requested song for the day, he’ll kindly provide you with your very own version of the song to put in a music player! If you have friends over on your island, he’ll mail it to you the next day.

Unfortunately, you can only get one K.K. Slider song per week by using this method, so choose wisely what you request! And make sure to catch him before he leaves after midnight local time.

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Hi! :) Does anyone know which songs from KK have a nice spooky or dark vibe to them? Trying to get ready for the Halloween activities! Thank you :)

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K.K. Dirge and Hypno K.K.

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K.K. Dirge, there isn't really any other song. I don't find Hypno K.K. spooky, the sounds are just reversed but the tone isn't spooky/dark.

I think Pondering is spooky in an unsettling/strange way.

I think K.K. Milonga is underused as a creepy song.

K.K. Swing has very surreal feel. Reminds me of the Shinning. It's definitely got an insanity vibe

I Love You would be great for a killer clown/serial killer vibe


Thanks everyone for the suggestions! ^^ I definitely want to try to use a few of them! :3 I was looking through the songs I have and another one that I thought was good is KK Sonata! :D It kind of gives me Clock Tower vibes lol! :)

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Thanks everyone for the suggestions! ^^ I definitely want to try to use a few of them! :3 I was looking through the songs I have and another one that I thought was good is KK Sonata! :D It kind of gives me Clock Tower vibes lol! :)
I have K.K. Sonata playing in the graveyard on my island.

... Is it weird that my island has a graveyard? It was actually what got me my 5th star.
I had to set up another music player with a different song elsewhere to stop villagers singing K.K. Sonata in the square.

Bubblegum K.K. can be used in a creepy way ^^

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I have K.K. Sonata playing in the graveyard on my island.

... Is it weird that my island has a graveyard? It was actually what got me my 5th star.
I had to set up another music player with a different song elsewhere to stop villagers singing K.K. Sonata in the square.
Oh wow, that sounds great haha! :3 And yikes, a bunch of villagers singing Sonata in the square might not be the most inviting thing to visitors but perfect for this season LOL! 😂

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KK Slider Songs - How To Get Secret Songs

Read this Animal Crossing: New Horizons Switch (ACNH) guide on KK Slider. Including how to get KK Slider songs, KK Slider music, visit time, concert, albums, and secret songs!!

Table of Contents

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KK Slider - Songs List

K.K. Slider Secret Songs - How to Get

Get Secret Songs By Requesting To K.K. Slider

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There are some songs you can only get by requesting them from K.K. Slider. Type in the name of song to specifically request a secret song when he comes to your island on Saturday!

List Of Secret Songs We've Confirmed

FarewellFarewellAnimal CityAnimal CityDrivinDrivin'

KK Slider - How to Unlock & Visit

Upgrade Resident Services Building

Upgrade Resident Services Building

Before you can invite KK Slider onto your island, you'll need to have your Resident Services building expanded and upgraded.

Check Out How To Do That Here!

How To Get KK Slider To Come to the Island

Raise Your Island Rating To ★3

3 stars

In order to invite KK Slider to your island, you'll need to make your island evaluation reach ★3. Follow the procedure below to do find out how to do this.

Check Out How To Improve Your Island Rating Here!

Steps To Invite KK Slider To Your Island

No. Procedure
1 Build a campsite and increase the number of island visitors
2 Reach Island Rating ★2 by getting 8 island residents
3 Raise your Island Rating to ★3 by improving your island's overall impression
4 Wait 1 day after you've reached ★3

1. Build Campsite & Increase Island Visitors

Increase Island Visitors Via Campground

You can increase the number of visitors on your island by having a Campground on your island. Talk to Tom Nook & he will ask you to help him put together a Campsite.

Check Out What To Do In Campsite!

2. Get 8 Residents To Reach ★2


To reach the island rating level of ★2, you need to have more than 8 villagers living on your island. There are several ways to increase the number of animals living on your island. Before inviting people over, make sure you set down enough plots for animals to live in by using housing kits.

Check Out How To Invite Villagers To Your Island!

How To Increase residents

  • Take part in a Mystery Island Tour and scout new villagers
  • Scout villagers visiting the campsite
  • Invite villagers to your campsite using Amiibos

3. Reach ★3 By Improving Your Island

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Reach ★3 by making your island a generally more beautiful place. The following are some things you can do to make a good impression:

Clear Out Weeds & Trash


No one wants to live on an island full of weeds and trash. Keep your island clean to encourage more villagers to come!

Make Garden With Fencing & Flowers


Make a flower garden, complete with fencing and flowers. You can purchase flower seeds at Nook's Cranny.

Place Exterior Furniture

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The most effective way to make your island appealing is to decorate it with outdoor furniture! Get DIY recipe from the Nook Stop by redeeming them with Miles.

Learn More About ABD (ATM) From Here

Wait 1 Day & KK Slider Will Appear!


After you've reached ★3, KK Slider will come to your island on the very next day. You can also see the staff roll ending while KK Slider sings you a song called "Welcome Horizons."

Island Designer App Will Be Unlocked

island designer

After seeing the ending, Tom Nook will unlock a new app called Island Designer. You can now terraform your island using this app!

Learn More About Island Designer From Here

KK Slider Songs - How To Get

KK Shows Up Every Saturday At 6PM


After seeing the ending, KK becomes a fan of your island and decides to visit you every Saturday. Head to your Plaza & meet KK Slider to get new songs!

You Can Request A Song

You can get new songs from KK Slider in 3 different ways. See the table below to find out the differences.

I'll leave it up to you!You can get 1 song randomly.
I'm in a mood...You can get 1 song which fits your mood
Gimme that one songYou can tell get a specific song by telling KK its name
(Note: Limited To Once Per Day!)

Buy From Nook Shopping


You'll be able to purchase one different KK Slider song every day from Nook Shopping, which can be accessed in the Resident Services building! The song sold every day is random, and secret songs don't seem to be available.

Check Out Nook Shopping Here

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Animal Crossing New Horizons (ACNH) - List of All KK Slider Songs

Whether you're a bubblegum pop star or a heavy metal lover, K.K. Slider's got a track for every occasion!

Read on for a complete list of all 95 of K.K. Slider's songs, including secret songs you might not know about!

ACNH - K.K. Slider at the plaza

We've divided all the K.K. Slider songs into the how you can unlock them! Choose from songs you can request or special songs you can unlock!

How to Find KK Slider and Request Songs

These are songs that can be randomly played when you choose the mood: “I feel good!”

These are songs that can be randomly played when you choose the mood: “A little grumpy... ”

These are songs that can be randomly played when you choose the mood: “Laid-back.”

These are songs that can be randomly played when you choose the mood: “A little blue...”

These are songs that can be randomly played when you choose the mood: “It's hard to say.”

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There are threesecret songs that K.K. won't play when you choose any of the 5 moods. You can only get these songs by requesting them from him!

Type in the exact song titles below to unlock these secret songs!

Animal City ImageAnimal City DrivinDrivin' Farewell ImageFarewell

How to Request Songs

ACNH - KK Birthday

These are K.K. Songs are that can only be unlocked under certain conditions. Here's how you can get each song:

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Ever since the video of Isabelle singing Bubblegum K.K. on Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer surfaced on Twitter, everyone has been playing this song!

Place a music player outside and play this song, and you might find your villagers singing to it too!

ACNH - KK Slider performs Welcome Horizons
Nothing beats the feeling of hearing the main theme outside of the home screen.

Once you unlock K.K. Slider and he performs this for the first time, you can unlock the track and play it on any music player!

What songs do you recommend? Share them with us in the comment section below!


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Welcome to the wonderful world of Animal Crossing, where everything Tastes Like Diabetes... or not. Despite being one of Nintendo's lightest and softestyet, players can still find reasons to be spooked by this seemingly harmless little series.
  • Whilst many are upbeat or at the very least relaxing, there's quite a few unnerving songs from K.K. Slider.
    • K.K. Dirge is about as pleasant as the name implies, being a foreboding track REEKING of dread. The song has creepy moaning noises throughout, weird, glitchy computer bleeping and synths, and finally, it ends on several abrupt bangs... before simply starting up again like normal.
    • K.K. Oasis. There's something unsettling about the desert feel. Not helping is the fact that it was used in the horror town of Shachipanda (more on this later).
    • K.K. Lullaby is a soft, comfortable sounding lullaby song. The creepy part is the last few seconds of the song.It does a creepy backmask effect, identically to, of all things, "Isolation". Some have argued it's simply the tape rewinding, except there's the fact that your music usually isn't played on tapes. Another theory is that K.K. deliberately made the song that way to emulate said tape rewinding.
    • Hypno K.K., a distorted, melancholy song that almost sounds like it's playing in reverse. The trippy cover art doesn't help matters much.
    • K.K. Synth, quite simply, just sounds rather messed up and glitchy, all the while giving off an unnervingly sad sounding vibe.
    • K.K. Swing sounds like ordinary, relaxing classical music at first, albeit with a few off-kilter or strangely loud sounding notes... then towards the end it suddenly starts to sound as if it's going backwards before going back to normal like nothing happened. It gives the feeling of something rather sinister or creepy being concealed behind a normal, benign facade.
  • The City Folk/Let's Go To the City manual claims that Mr. Resetti might be this to younger players. Funnily enough, Resetti ended up being optional in New Leaf because according to Nintendo, he scared the younger players and even made a few cry in some cases. This can end up averted if you aren't the mayor, though. Even if you are not the mayor, this opens the Reset Center project FOR the mayor. And the devious siblings rejoiced.
  • In the original GameCube version the music that plays at 11:00 p.m. as well as the music that plays at midnight can sound really spooky for such a lighthearted game like Animal Crossing. 1 AM is fairly minimalist, but still similarly unsettling.
    • The music at 2:00 a.m. also made many players jump because of how out-of-place it sounds compared to not only the rest of the late night music, but also the rest of the hourly music in the game. In contrast, the next two installments' equivalent only has this sort of tone in its Super Smash Bros. remix.
  • 4 AM in New Leaf. While the music is unsettling enough on its own, an industrious Japanese player created an entire village meant to be visited in dream mode that is Creepypasta incarnate, and it is always 4 AM when visited. (Since Nintendo is a Japanese company, this one was probably intentional, in contrast to a lot of other music-related examples.)
    • The 7 PM music somewhat falls under this category. It sticks out from the rest of the music played during the general time like a sore thumb. It has almost a creepy sense of urgency to it, almost as if sorrow is plaguing your character.
    • 12 AM. Unlike the 4 AM theme, which is creepy because it's essentially Nothing Is Scarier in musical form, the instrumentation has some unsettling knocking in it and made many players jump at the beginning. It sounds very out of place between the songs that play at 11 PM and 1 AM, which are more sad-sounding like Wild World and City Folk's 11 PM-2 AM music.
    • The 5 AM. After the unsettling 4 AM music, you're treated to what sounds like a deranged arrangement of the beautiful 8 PM music. Unless you have either the Early-Bird or Night-Owl ordinance, no one else is up. The music sounds distorted and has occasional pauses, with a tribal-sounding drum beat, comparable to the 12 AM theme's woodblock sounds, giving the feel of oncoming insanity.
  • In the GameCube version, if you were unlucky enough to not save when you're away travelling on the train, the villager at the startup screen will realize that something is wrong, and warns you that if you play right now, it will be only "the data you left behind". Should you not heed their warning and continue, you'll find that you've lost your money, your items, and your face. Yep, imagine the horror of stepping out of your house, turning around to the camera and having an empty, gaping face. Empty eye sockets, open, expressionless mouth, warty skin, and a disturbing resemblance to a ReDead. You'll most likely also notice how much this resembles a gyroid, and knowing their history adds another layer of Fridge Horror to it; gyroids are haniwa, clay vessels for deceased spirits, suggesting that by "the data you left behind", the villager meant your disembodied soul in a fake body; your real body is still in the other town. Technically speaking, this is, in theory, a failsafe, added to prevent Game Breaking Bugs. Namely, to prevent your face from looking like an Eldritch Abomination, having your inventory filled up with massive glitches, and having negative bells. In hindsight, they probably could've done that better.
  • The tarantula in Wild World onwards. Thankfully rare, if it sees you approaching while carrying a bug net, it flips out and attacks you. The horrifying part of this is that your character PASSES OUT and the screen fades to black. Luckily, you end up in front of your house, no worse for the wear, but it's still a horrifying event in a game where the seemingly worst fate for your character is being stung by bees. The scorpion does the same. And in New Horizons? They appear not in the summer, but from November to April! In addition, in New Horizons, if you run, the tarantula goes after your sorry behind. And if you wish to catch it in that game, it's an exercise in nerve-wracking patience as approaching it while its legs are up will provoke it to strike, turning it into “red light, green light”. And that’s not helping that May is now the month the scorpion starts to appear, lasting until October.
    • Speaking of them, the bees themselves aren't much better. When you shake the trees, sometimes a beehive falls. Your character gets an Oh, Crap! expression and if you're not quick enough to either capture one of them without missing or run into either your or someone else's house, the bees will sting you mercilessly, causing some rather severe wounds on your face. Where, exactly? On your eyelid. OW. Not helped that in New Horizons, they're renamed as WASPS, due to the previous name being a somewhat inaccurate translation. New Horizons even encourages you to get up in the face of the little pests more often for collecting wood and using the wasp nests in DIY recipes. You even need to get intentionally stung to receive a DIY recipe for medicine from one of your neighbors in New Horizons.
    • To make matters scarier in New Horizons, if you get stung again without taking medicine from the previous attack, you pass out. The same way you do if the aforementioned Tarantula or Scorpion get you.
      • And, in a surprising and totally painful (literally) twist, you earn Nook Miles for either getting stung by wasps twice, and getting bitten by either by the tarantula or the scorpion for the 'FIRST TIME. What a revoltingly bad way to get Nook Miles.
    • According to this Animal Crossing Wiki article here, the wasps are based on the Japanese Giant Hornet. This image alone is Nightmare Fuel... when you think about how horrifying it is for your in-game character (or your real-life self) to be stung by them.
    • To make things even worse, one of the islands you can travel to in New Horizons is absolutely infested with tarantulas. And the same soothing island music plays, so you won't know you've stepped into arachnid hell until you step forward and suddenly find the place swarming with those creepy little assholes. If you know an exploit, you can even turn an otherwise normal island into a tarantula-ridden "paradise". At least they sell for a LOT of Bells.
    • Whenever you catch a creature, all non-player activity freezes until you exit the dialogue. Which means if you catch a tarantula, wasp, or scorpion while another one of them is after you, you'll find yourself triumphantly celebrating your catch, with no way to break away from the critter that may as well be saying "You Are Already Dead."
  • With New Leaf came the possibility to share dream versions of your town via the Internet. Inevitably, creepy places started popping up. Nintendo apparently didn't notice, as the only reason the towns were taken down is because all towns were taken down when the Welcome amiibo update was released, with all dream towns needing to be uploaded from scratch (which happened with at least one such town).
    • Aika, a village that does something unlike any other: it tells a story. It's a horror story filled with more interpretations than this game has items.It's all VERY unsettling and completely out of place in such a cute series as Animal Crossing. The dream address is 2D00-002A-49A0.
      • The aforementioned Hypno K.K., a song that is creepy in its own right, has been infamously used with Aika village to the point where the song can barely be brought up without any mention of the town. K.K. Synth also gets used in a maze in one of the houses. It balances Nightmare Fuel with being rather sad.
      • It is actually possible to become temporarily trapped in one of the player houses. One house's main room is a maze made up of barely visible blocks and stools that you have to jump on and rotate. When leaving the room at the end, it's possible for the player villager that owns the house to show up. Due to the layout of the house, the villager will spawn in such a way to block any exit from the house, forcing you to wait until they leave.
      • And now for a bit of Fridge Horror. Aika is a popular dream town that's visited by lots of players via the Dream Suite. After an update, it gained a new feature: various parts of blue and pink PJ outfits scattered throughout the town, with creepy skeletons buried near some of said parts. The implications here are terrifying, to say the least.
    • Although the dream town is not completely empty, it still feels creepily vacant; main street is blocked off by a perpetually frozen train and the town hall is closed. However, the worst has to be Re-Tail, sounding almost post-apocalyptic; when interacting with the door to the shop, it reads,

      "Re-Tail: Temporarily closed forever."

      • Though granted, every Re-Tail in the dream world says that. But Aika's atmosphere makes it feel like it just "shouldn't" be like that, despite being normal.
      • Every dream Main Street is also blocked by a train, softening things a bit... But, again, given Aika's atmosphere, it still works. It almost makes you wonder what Main Street would look like if it could be altered to match the rest of the town.
    • Another horror village is Hitokui, the cannibal village. While it's not as ambiguous or well-known as Aika, it's very detailed and disturbing. You can find an in-depth walkthrough here.
    • There's also the town of Shachipanda, which features a little girl, a fallen superstar, a drug addict, and some very creepy basements.
      • In a previous version of the town, the two girls were occasionally represented by two actual villagers — Francine and Chrissy, a pair of rabbits who are popular to have as a matching pair and are frequently interpreted to be sisters. The things that were implied to happen to the girls of Shachipanda, mainly to Yamii/Chrissy, weren't exactly fun; imagine applying that to one's own Chrissy. The town has since been updated and lost most of the creepy rooms (aside from a special few), but tours of the previous version still exist.
    • There's a town called Aniville that gives off the boarding school of horror themes... as well as some Silent Hill feelings to it....
    • This [1]dream town themed around the smug squirrel villager Marshal is deeply unsettling. A story of stalking, the Mayor of the town is obsessed with Marshal. The wallpaper, furniture, and flooring has Marshal's face on it, there is a perfect replica of Marshal's house in the back room of the Mayor's house, there is a pattern of Marshal in a sexually suggestive pose on one of the beds (and in the same room there are a bunch of cribs with pictures of Marshal in front of them, the implication being that the Mayor and Marshal had many children), there is a telescope in a room of the Mayor's house pointed towards Marshal's house, if you rotate the wedding room there's an axe in the corner, and there are two graves side by side in the town, one with Marshal's Japanese name written on it and the other with the Mayor's name written on it. It makes you want to find Marshal and tell him to run for his life.
    • Although not an actual Dream Town, with Animal Crossing Plaza for the Wii U allowing people to share Dream Town codes, Video Game Cruelty Potential arose. Simply put, people could share these or even MAKE THEIR TOWN scary, and then people wanna just kick that Wii U controller.
  • In New Horizons, it is possible to meet the human player inhabiting the island, or rather, their "dream" version, for a lack of better words; they behave similarly to villagers, but when we talk to them, they have only one line of dialog, which is whatever they wrote as a short comment on their passport, making them extremely Uncanny Valley.
  • New Leaf also gives us the 3:33 AM alien message, only available on Sunday and Monday.
  • The original Animal Crossing started up with a voice saying "Nintendo" that differs depending on how many times you've loaded the title screen without powering down, with the cycle repeating. Eventually, it will start up with a deep voice saying "Nintendo" not unlike the one in Luigi's Mansion, and then while it usually shows a random character walking around, this time it shows a villager carrying an axe randomly chopping down trees. Here's an example of this.
  • A few Gyroid families are quite creepy... well, if you don't just think all Gyroids in general are creepy. All of these families fall under the "Quirky" interior theme, which says something.
    • The Howloids are a vibrant red, magenta, and purple (Mega, Regular, Mini, respectively) and have domed heads. Their facial holes feature a turned down mouth outlined in blue, and bags under their eyes, making them look like they're screaming. Oh, and they do, with a "bending down and covering face" and "spreading arms when rising" motion.
    • The Freakoids (two sizes, Mega and Mini) are both purple and blue with flat-topped eye holes and look like they have stringy hair, with lines under their caps. They also have a hole to be a nose, and a half-circle for a mouth, flat side down. They have the same motions as the Howloids and sound like crying babies.
    • The Lamentoids invoke Uncanny Valley by Gyroid standards. They are brown Gyroids in the four standard sizes, but their faces aren't the usual holes, but painted like an African tribal mask. They make a sound like a deep tumbling bell, but their colorful face paint is really unnerving.
    • The Poltergoids are more spooky than creepy, but they are pretty strange. All four are beige gyroids with two large circular eyeholes and several small mouth holes forming a creepy smile, making them resemble a skeleton. They have square designs on their base and rim of their caps. They make a rapid vibrating rattle, like a stereotypical ghost or bones snapping.
    • Adding to the creepiness of Gyroids, talking to Dr. Shrunk in the Cafe he states that, the gyroids on stage, they appeared out of nowhere one day and he has no idea where they came from. Though a villager may have put them there without him knowing, or possibly their love for music drew them to Club LOL except they aren't mobile... or are they? And if a Jock villager visits your house, and comments on your Gyroid, he may bring up that he has no idea how Gyroids work. So, adding to their mysteriousness they're some sort of creature that can be both sentient and non-sentient, are based on burial urns, and no-one seems to know what they exactly are... *shudder*
  • If you tell a villager you're going to do them a favor, forget to (or couldn't find the other villager you were supposed to) and leave, then you return after a long time, then that villager you were doing the favor for is going to be MAD when you return. If you've forgotten about the favor in the first place, then this can be really alarming and confusing.
  • You can build Snowmen. They are sentient and they slowly melt away over the course of days, and it's possible for them to remain for a single day after the snow completely melts in late February.
  • Some of the "Creepy Set" of furniture obtained on Halloween:
    • The Creepy Statue. It's a male bust made of dark stone, but when you interact with it, glowing red eyes appear. It's just a decoration, but it can still be startling when interacting with it for the first time.
    • The Creepy Crystal is a small table with a crystal ball on it. When activated, a moaning face appears. The face itself follows you when you rotate the camera.
  • Not even Happy Home Designer is safe from people making creepy homes. One in particular is for Apollo the eagle (who is portrayed in the anime movie as stoic yet inviting) which begins showcasing a miniature city off to the side in bright daylight. Go inside the house, however, and the room is dark, eerie noises play, and an LED billboard with some ominous red Japanese text hangs over the dimly lit city. Go into the room in the back, and there's a blocked off area with skeletons, a picture of Julian (a unicorn villager), and the infamous K.K. Dirge. The code is 0008-7765-454.
  • Speaking of the movie, There's one scene in particular where Ai and her friends go along with Yu and Alfonso into a deep cave, While going down a rapid waterfall is already seemingly a near-death experience, It gets worse: They find a skeleton of the seisomosaurus, A dinosaur Blathers dreamed of finding. Yu tries to fruitlessly climb up on, Only to fall and hurt himself as a piece of rock that he was grasping onto gives out. The whole cave starts to come down. While everyone makes it out just in time, Yu is naive enough to try to go back in. Ai holds him back just as the tunnel becomes completely blocked with a boulder. If it weren't for everyone else, that little boy would have been outright killed.
  • The original Nintendo 64 Animal Crossing includes a quest to deliver an axe to a villager early in the game. When it's a grumpy-personality bear or something, and you're really young and used to playing games where dangerous things actually happen to the player character, especially if you're playing at night... it feels spookily like the villager might go all axe-happy on you with his new axe. Of course, what actually happens is even if it's a grouchy villager, they're grateful and nice and you probably get the nicest interaction you've had with them since you started.
  • New Horizons has an extreme case of Mood Dissonance when it comes to the both disturbingly and depressingly realistic-looking gravestone, which is a piece of furniture that can randomly be given out by villagers or found in Nook's Cranny. It's not surprising that its sighting in the February 2020 Direct has sparked more than a few theories.
    • Harvey's Island can be a surprisingly creepy place to visit. While it's just a photo studio in context, from a gameplay perspective, you're essentially kidnapping/duplicating your villagers and force them to take pictures with you. It goes further, as the villagers are utterly lifeless, only repeating the interaction you gave them and when you go into another room, they follow you, without even moving! It feels like something straight out of The Stepford Wives or Us.
    • The darkness in the fossil rooms is a little unsettling, and there's glowing meteor replica in the second room which you can't see unless you stand in a certain spot and has a Scare Chord play when the camera finishes moving. The International Museum Day Stamp Rally even refers to that part of the room as the "Extinction Spot".
  • The Atlas Moth. Unlike other bugs, which are happy to crawl around on the ground and on flowers or flutter about, this one just rests ominously on trees, waiting, looking incredibly eerie with how their stillness contrasts against the rapid activity of other bugs.
  • New Horizons added something new to fake artwork: some of the fake pieces are haunted. For example, the fake version of The Girl With The Pearl Earrings (the Wistful Painting) will sometimes open and close her eyes. Others will change expression, direction, or even levitate at will. Perhaps the most quietly unsettling is the fake "Beauty Looking Back", which has a creepy human-shaped stain on the back of the piece. The real terror though is that there's no pattern to this behavior, and the art will remain still and lifeless for a very long time making you wonder if it always looked like that, or is your mind playing tricks on you? Now imagine a gallery full of this possessed artwork!
  • Stop playing the game for long enough and the next time you enter your house, it will be infested by cockroaches, heralded by your character doing the "Shocked" expression.
  • Many players have found Rover's reaction when you delete your town in City Folk disturbing. Rover is shocked and freaks out when he first learns you want to delete your town, and panickedly explains all of the consequences of deleting your town, such as losing your bells, house, and villagers. But he smiles while erasing your town, and after he's finished wiping your town out of existence, he cheerfully says,"It's gone. Bye-bye!" Many have described his behaviour as "psychopathic". The black void behind him makes it even creepier.
  • Upon turning the light switch on in the basement, the light flickers a bit before dimming and then fully turning on. It’s just a bit creepy considering what flickering lights can mean to some.
  • Upon catching a sea butterfly in New Horizons, it wiggles around like all other fish. But then its head twitches and bursts open, revealing multiple tentacles. This is typical hunting behavior of the creature, but it’s unnerving and alarming when seeing for the first time and having a certain Alien fresh in one’s mind.
  • Sometimes villagers will just stare off into the distance, their pupils constricted or face having the “surprised/shocked” expression. It’s a little off-putting if they don’t explain why or what made them react that way.
  • In the Japanese versions of the original game exists a shirt called the "Tomato Juice Shirt". While the shirt's design is supposed to be self-explanatory, the supposed "tomato juice" ends up looking like something else. It doesn't help that this is the default shirt of the rather Gonk-ish looking Tabby, thus unintentionally making her come off as anUncanny Valley Girl.
  • Crazy Redd's ship in New Horizons. From the start, Redd is an incredibly shifty character who clearly isn't doing business by legal or ethical means - but the first time you encounter him, he's wandering around your island like everybody else. Explore a little before you talk to him, though, and you'll find a shabby, run-down old fishing vessel docked in the upper left corner of your island. The appearance is already reminiscent of haunted ships and the typical zombie apocalypse aesthetic, but try to interact with the ship and you'll get a message from your character stating that they have an uneasy feeling about the ship, and think that it's best if they don't board without permission. Being able to board after Redd invites you into the boat isn't much better, as the eerie music and dark lighting combine with the cluttered, damp room below deck to create a sense that this is not a safe place for you to be. You have to use a flashlight to see the details of any art you're interested in buying; Redd stands in the center of the floor commenting on everything you interact with, and when you decide to buy something his dialogue might make you wonder if he didn't just take more of your Bells than you agreed to pay. For a final creep factor, neither of Redd's lines when you leave the boat are very comforting. If you bought something, he'll say, "You won't regret it!" If you did not buy anything, he'll only look at you and mutter, "...Thanks." In both cases, the camera stops and swings around at an angle, with Redd and his unfriendly-seeming face dead center of the shot...

Alternative Title(s):Animal Crossing New Horizons

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Wiki Guide

Unlike previous games, K.K. Slider will not appear in your town automatically in New Horizons. Instead you will need to raise the popularity and rating of your island, and help out Tom Nook with a variety of tasks to attract his attention.

Once you have fulfilled all of Tom Nook's requests, and achieve a Town Evaluation of 3 Stars, K.K. Slider will begin appearing at your town's plaza every Saturday (or Friday if there is already an event planned for Saturday.

K.K. Slider will set up an area full of chairs for villagers to sit and listen to him sing random songs - but he will not take requests for a specific song until 6PM or after. During this time, a player can request that he play a specific song, a song to fit a certain mood, or a song at random.

Requesting Songs from K.K.

K.K. Slider Secret Songs
There are three hidden songs in ACNH that you can only get if you request them from K.K. These are Drivin', Animal City, and Farewell.
Be sure to request them sometime!

If a song is requested specifically, and is spelled correctly, K.K. Slider will give you a copy of the song to place in your record players. If the song is not spelled correctly, he will instead play a random song and apologize after its conclusion, and you will need to wait a week before you can request a song again.

This is an interactive list: If you click or tap the songs below on your phone you can keep track of which ones you've collected. We'll save that data for you for the next time you come back!

K.K. Slider Song List

Below is a list of all known songs that K.K. Slider can perform in New Horizons. Be sure to use proper capitalization and use of periods when requesting a song (There is no space between each K. !).

K.K. Slider Secret Songs

There are three secret K.K. Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These are:

  • Drivin'
  • Animal City
  • Farewell

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