Animal Crossing Chocolate Eggs Come With Adorable Figurines

Animal Crossing Chocolate Egg Photo

With Easter fast approaching, you may be looking for an Animal Crossing Chocolate Egg to help commemorate the occasion.

Thanks to Japanese confectionery company Furuta, these have become a reality – the Animal Crossing Choco Egg becoming the perfect purchase for those living life on their very own deserted island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The best part is that these chocolate eggs come with a random miniature toy based on popular Animal Crossing characters such as Isabelle, K.K. Slider, Blathers, Peanut, Molly and more – as well as two secret characters, Male Villager and Female Villager.

There are 20 figurines to collect – the one that you receive wanting to be part of the surprise – meaning that you can expect to be eating a lot of chocolate over the coming months if you want to collect each and every one of them.

The Japanese online store Sugoi Mart has them in stock priced at £6.52 ($8) each. Although, as they are imported directly from Japan, you should expect shipping fees as well as delays resulting from the pandemic that the world is dealing with.

Sugoi Mart ship to the United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, France, the Netherlands, Germany, South Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand.

However, due to the impact that Covid-19 has had on the international postal service, the store has “temporarily stopped shipping” to Ireland, Italy, Austria, Greece, Switzerland, Spain, Hungary, Belgium, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Costa Rica, Turkey, India, Indonesia, New Zealand and Chile.

If you want to know more about them before you throw more Bells in Tom Nook’s direction, YouTuber Sharmeleon has opened 30 Animal Crossing Chocolate Eggs in her recent video below:

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