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This page contains the list of all downloadable content, or DLC, that has been released in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, including region-exclusive DLC. Zucchini 1462ad-999-bc

7-Eleven Item SetsEdit

Eleven different items were released in Japan from December 1, 2012 to May 9, 2013 and could be downloaded if a player brought their 3DS to a 7-Eleven wirelessly. These items were the first promotional items based on a real company. The 7-Eleven DLC series was split into two different sets, consisting of five items each, and none of the ten items are reorderable from the catalog. The ten different items in order of distribution are:

  1. 24-hour-shop sign (December 1-6, 2012)
  2. 24-hour-shop model (December 7-13, 2012)
  3. 24-hour-shop counter (December 14-20, 2012)
  4. buffet server (December 21-27, 2012)
  5. steamed-bun case (December 28, 2012-January 3, 2013)
  6. 24-hour-shop uniform (March 1-14, 2013)
  7. soft-drink display (March 15-28, 2013)
  8. barbecue bed (March 29-April 11, 2013)
  9. sandwich display (April 12-25, 2013
  10. 24-hour-shop ABD (April 26-May 9, 2013)

The 11th item, the clerk's shirt, was an accidental release by Nintendo, and was available on March 1, 2013 for a short amount of time. It may or may not be related to the 7-Eleven items, however, the 24-Hour-Shop Uniform, which is also a shirt, was released at the same time. Unlike the normal 7-Eleven items, the clerk's shirt can be purchased from the catalog.

TurkeyEdit

The turkey was available to download in Japan from November 15 to November 22, 2012, to celebrate Thanksgiving.

Tree-Stump ChairEdit

The tree-stump chair was available to download in Japan from December 1 to December 13, 2012. It is one of the two current Christmas DLC items.

Yule LogEdit

The yule log was available to download in Japan from December 13 to December 25, 2012. It, along with the tree-stump chair, celebrate the Christmas holidays.

Sunrise LampEdit

To celebrate the sunrise of the new year, the sunrise lamp, a wall lamp, was available for download in Japan. It could be received the whole month of January 2013, from January 1 to January 31, 2013.

KagamimochiEdit

The kagamimochi, meaning "mirror mochi", or "mirror rice cake", is a traditional Japanese New Year's decoration. It was available for download in Japan from January 1 to January 18.

Aurora ScreenEdit

The aurora screen, which references the northern and southern lights, Aurora Borealis and Aurora Australis, could be downloaded in Japan from February 1 to February 28, 2013, the entire month of February 2013.

Campus Stationery Item SetEdit

The eight Campus Stationery items are the second series of promotional items from a real company, and these were promoting the company Kokuyo Camlin. They were available for download from February 21, 2013 to April 17, 2013. Unlike the 7-Eleven items, the Campus Stationery items are reorderable in the catalog for 23,760 Bells each. The eight items, in order of their release, are:

  1. notebook wardrobe (February 21-27, 2013)
  2. eraser sofa (February 28-March 6, 2013)
  3. notebook bed (March 7-13, 2013)
  4. notebook wall (March 14-20, 2013)
  5. notebook floor (March 21-27, 2013)
  6. sticker tape liner (March 28-April 3, 2013)
  7. set square table (April 4-10, 2013)
  8. pencil screen (April 11-17, 2013)

Sprout TableEdit

Players in Japan could download the sprout table in March 2013, or March 1 to March 31, 2013.

Cherry-Blossom ClockEdit

In April 2013, or April 1-30, 2013, the cherry-blossom clock was downloadable for players in Japan, possibly to celebrate the blooming of cherry blossom trees during the month.

Golden ClockEdit

Even though it was already an in-game item, Japanese players were able to download the golden clock from April 26-May 9, 2013 in celebration of Golden Week.

Leaf BedEdit

The leaf bed could be downloaded in Japan during the month of May 2013, or May 1 to May 31, 2013.

Top and Massage ChairEdit

The top is a South Korea-exclusive item that was downloadable in the country from May 1 to May 7, 2013. South Korea received a second item, the massage chair, from May 8 to May 14, 2013, although it appears to already be an in-game item.

Rainbow ScreenEdit

The first DLC item distributed in other regions around the world outside of Japan and South Korea (as well as in the two countries) was the rainbow screen, which was available for download June 1 to June 30, 2013.

Game Mania Nintendo Zone DLCEdit

From June 14 to September 30, 2013, European players can connect to a Nintendo Zone hotspot at a Game Mania store to obtain seven DLC items. Some are exclusive, while others are already items in-game. These, unlike the 7-Eleven and Campus Stationery DLC in Japan, do not promote the store.

Players also discovered that going to Game Mania was not required to get the items. You may also change your SSID on your Internet router to "_The Cloud" (without quotes). Make sure your 3DS is disconnected from the actual name of your router, and reconnect it to the router with the new SSID. If done correctly, you will be alerted that you are in a Nintendo Zone, and instead of launching the Nintendo Zone app, start up New Leaf and follow the same procedure as getting normal DLC. This will work for European 3DS systems only.

Three of the seven items have already been distributed, and the fourth item is available for download now. In release order, the items are:

  1. raccoon wall clock (June 14-30, 2013, this is the same item as the tanuki wall clock DLC in Japan)
  2. shaved-ice lamp (July 1-14, 2013)
  3. white police cap (July 15-31, 2013)
  4. festival lantern (August 1-14, 2013, is already an in-game item)
  5. red-team cap (August 15-31, 2013, is already an in-game item)
  6. afternoon tea set (September 1-14, 2013)
  7. double-neck guitar (September 15-30, 2013, currently available)

Best Buy Nintendo Zone DLCEdit

From June 16 to August 10, 2013, players in North America were able to connect to Nintendo Zone hotspots at Best Buy and receive four exclusive DLC items. These are also not promotional items, and do not bear Best Buy's logo in any of the four items.

Similarly to the Game Mania SSID trick, North American players could change their router SSID to "Bestbuy" (without quotes) to get the Best Buy DLC from their home. This works on North American 3DS systems only.

The items in order of their distribution are:

  1. raccoon wall clock (June 16-29, 2013)
  2. cat tower (June 30-July 13, 2013)
  3. rolling suitcase (July 14-27, 2013)
  4. double-neck guitar (July 28-August 10, 2013)

Palm-Tree LampEdit

The second item for countries besides Japan and South Korea was the palm-tree lamp, a light item released to celebrate the summer. It could be downloaded around the world in July 2013, or July 1 to July 31, 2013.

Fireworks TableEdit

The third monthly SpotPass item downloadable for most regions is the fireworks table, which can be downloaded all of August 2013, or August 1 to August 31, 2013. The table is themed around the fireworks shows that are on display every Sunday of August.



Aug.-Sept. 2013 Nintendo Zone DLCEdit

North Americans are able to receive three different items at any Nintendo Zone hotspot from August 11 to September 21, 2013. The "Bestbuy" SSID trick that could be used previously to download the Best Buy DLC may also be used for this DLC.

The first of the three items is currently being distributed. The release order of the items is:

  • pumpkin pie (August 11-24, 2013; also obtainable from the Harvest Festival)
  • afternoon tea set (August 25-September 7)
  • "Machine for Frozen Drink", also known as the slushie machine (September 8-21, 2013, currently available)

Full-Moon VanityEdit

September 2013's SpotPass item is the full-moon vanity, most likely distributed for the Autumn Moon, occuring on the 19th of the month. It is currently available from September 1 to September 30, 2013.

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