''Animal Crossing: Wild World'' (''Oideyo Doubutsu no Mori'') is the 2005 sequel to ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing2001''. Released on the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, it both removes and adds elements compared to its predecessor.
''Wild World'' removes several features and the playable NES games, in favor of adding online play with friend codes. In order to get around the issue of international online play, most real-world holidays were replaced with generic ones. The "acre" system was removed and replaced with the "rolling log" effect that the series is now known for. Notoriously, the game also introduced the use of Nintendo Zone [[DownloadableContent DLC]], which is the only way to get monkey villagers, making monkey villagers a case of NoExportForYou for those who live in places where Nintendo did not roll out the service.
''Animal Crossing: Wild World'' is one of the best-selling DS games and popularized the DS' online capabilties.
* SpeakingSimlish: In ''Wild World'', Animalese appears to sound like generic gibberish; it is unknown if the game is reading out the text with a text-to-speech program like in other games or if it genuinely uses gibberish. ''Wild World'' changed the sound of Animalese to be more like the Japanese version of Animalese.
* SpeakingSimlish: In ''Wild
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