Take one glance at Animal Crossing and what do you see? You see a disproportionately-shaped boy and/or girl interacting with anthropomorphic animals and shaking oranges off of trees. Riveting, isn’t it? The truth is there is another dimension to Animal Crossing that can only be discovered by playing the game itself. This is one of those series doesn’t tell you what to do, but rather becomes what you make of it. Given the primary goal of paying off your mortgage and talking to animals, believe it or not, this is a lot more fun and complex than it sounds. There are different mechanics and even unsettling theories that suggest that this game is just as deceptive as it is strange.