Nookazon offering Animal Crossing players a platform to buy and sell in-game items for bells and materials

Animal Crossing: New Horizon fans have found a new way to trade valuable items to other players through a new site — Nookazon.Trading has always been a vital part of the Animal Crossing gameplay loop, and thanks to fan created Nookzaon, players have never been able to trade with such ease. The site is similar to Amazon, where users can shop for things they’re looking for including furniture, clothes, DIY Recipes, and much more.

The way it works it that you will have to contact the seller on Discord, offer the amount of money they are requesting, then visit their island. The trade will happen at the island and you will be able to return home with some awesome new purchases. This is a super innovative way for players to trade, so if you’re looking to purchase something or sell some of your old stuff, check out Nookazon.

While Nookazon is a play on “Amazon,” the site functions more like eBay. People create an account and can begin looking for items they want or listing items and people they have. The categories available include Animal Crossing: New Horizons clothing, DIY recipes, flowers, fossils, fruits, furniture, materials, songs, tools, and villagers. While the “make an offer” option is available, people can also ask for money or specific people and items. Searching for a specific item brings up multiple listings, so you can find the listing that best meets your need. For example, if someone looks for a recycled-can thumb piano, you might find some people who would only want a single bell and the materials to make it for you or those asking for as much as 2,000 bells. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe ACNH Materials For Sale.

Conducting a transaction via Nookazon is fairly simple. If you see a listing you want or have something listed, you turn to Discord. Everyone’s contact information and Switch code are listed on the site. Once you work out an arrangement with the person, you visit in the game to make the trade and get the items. In the case of acquiring a villager, things could get more involved since you would need to have someone in-boxes and actually speak to them to arrange the trade and move them in.

Tongue-in-cheek controversy aside, Nookazon will serve as an indispensable online tool for Animal Crossing: New Horizons players, and it’s beyond impressive that an EVE Online-like player-driven economy has sprung up so quickly. However, players should probably still invest in their local Nook’s Cranny, as Nookazon’s utility and impressiveness might not spare it from the wrath of Nintendo’s notoriously leery legal eye.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Villagers Are Now Referencing Brewster

When Animal Crossing: New Horizons launched, fans were quick to note that some long-standing characters and features were conspicuously missing. While Nintendo assured players that the game would updated in the long-term, nobody knows what — or who — will be included in these events. But island villagers may now be giving players a clue.

Recently, some players like Twitter user @sliceofcy have noticed that their villagers mention Brewster, a chill coffee-shop owner who currently isn’t in the game. In the past, Brewster would serve players a drink while dispensing some fun facts.

One Twitter user who responded to @sliceofcy noted that “there’s a line of code for ‘MuseumCafe’ [in the game] but no textures or other data.” All of these intentional in-game teases and the alleged data mine leak suggest that Brewster will come to Animal Crossing: New Horizons soon and open a coffee shop in Blather’s museum. Birds of a feather flock together, it would seem. If you are in lack of Animal Crossing New Horizons Items, visit our site z2u.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

Anyone who’s only recently joined the Animal Crossing bandwagon with New Horizons has probably never heard of Brewster. For the uninitiated, he is a pigeon who runs a coffee shop called The Roost in Animal Crossing: Wild World, City Folk, New Leaf, and Pocket Camp. You may even recognize him from the background of the Smashville in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Brewster typically seels coffee once a day to the player for 200 Bells. Coffee usually doesn’t add much of a gameplay bonus, but one’s character will describe its taste after drinking it. The Roost has been used for K.K. Slider’s performances before and is connected to a minigame in New Leaf where players can actually work for the cafe, serving coffee to villagers.