For a change, I decided our eldest should describe what the game was like, so here it is in a nutshell:
'It's a game where you are an Animal Crossing character/worker who designs houses. You progress up through job stages and get more design options as you go. Eventually you get to public work projects such as a hospital, offices and shops. The secretary from Animal Crossing New Leaf, Isabelle, helps you with the projects as she has now become the Mayor.'
The game is aimed at 7+ as there are a lot of instructions to be read and choices given in words, but nothing too complicated. There are lots of options within the game, such as picking the furniture objects and colours, but also choosing outfits:
Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer is available in the Nintendo e-store for £34.99, and the pack of 3 cards costs £3.49. They can also be bought at the usual other retailers.
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