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A hacked town, which features a flying character and a town covered in Bells.

Hacked Distributed Items are distributed items (or DLC) that were not created or endorsed by Nintendo. These items are usually hacked into the game with unauthorized modifiers and other largely unknown methods.

RUU 0033

A RedLightSaberV1. Its inventory icon is an axe close to breaking but it is actually a hacked golden axe.

Overlapped Hacked DLC Items[]

These items can only be obtained in City Folk. DLC items of the same type cannot overlap, meaning only one type of these can be injected to the game at any time, due to ID restraints, or other problems. (All itemIDs are hexadecimals.)

  • Hats
    • ShinyBluePikmin (ItemID: CA00)
  • Chopping Weapon #1
    • RedLightSabreV1 (ItemID: CA04)
    • Big Axe1 (ItemID: CA04)
    • Green Crayon (ItemID: CA04)
    • Guitar Axe1 (ItemID: CA04)
  • Chopping Weapon #2
    • BlueLightSabreV1 (ItemID: CA08)
    • Big Axe2 (ItemID: CA08)
    • Red Crayon (ItemID: CA08)
    • Lame Katana1 (ItemID: CA08)
  • Accessories
    • DemonMask Red (ItemID: CA0C)
    • DemonMask Blue (ItemID: CA0C)
    • DimentioMask (ItemID: CA0C)
  • Animated Furniture
    • Spinning Poke Balls (ItemID: CA10)
  • Furniture Plus
    • blue carnations (ItemID: CA14)
  • Umbrella Plus
    • wreath umbrella (ItemID: CA18)
    • smiley umbrella (ItemID: CA18)

Hacked DLC Items (Permanent)[]

These are permanent 'hacked' content. Each slot is assigned one unique item to trade with hackers.

  • Guitar Axe2 (ItemID: CA20)
  • Guitar Axe3 (ItemID: CA24)
  • Guitar Axe4 (ItemID: CA28)
  • Ash Cap (ItemID: CA2C)
  • Falcon Helmet (ItemID: CA30)
  • Pikachu Hat (ItemID: CA34)
  • Ninja Axe (ItemID: CA38)


These items are normally present in the game, but are unobtainable by normal means:

Wilted Golden Roses (0x00D8)[]

In the final game, golden roses can't wilt. Because of this, this item goes unused.


A placeholder item which shows the apple graphics when dropped and the leaf graphics in the inventory. It can be purchased for 0 bells.

Letter (0x9030)[]

A furniture item which shows the letter graphics when dropped and the leaf graphics in the inventory. It can be purchased for 0 bells.

Paper Bag (0x9034)[]

One of the lost items from the villagers in Wild World.

Note in a bottle (0x9038)[]

The note-in-a-bottle from Wild World still exists in City Folk. It can be purchased for 180 bells.

Paint Can[]

Nook does sell these, but the paint goes straight to the roof without ever touching the player's inventory.

ID Name Image
90C8 red paint
90CC blue paint
90D0 yellow paint
90D4 green paint
90D8 pink paint
90DC orange paint
90E0 light blue paint
90E4 pea green paint
90E8 purple paint
90EC brown paint
90F0 white paint
90F4 black paint

Unfinished Flower Seeds[]

Flower seeds for all hybrids exist except the golden roses. They are all called "not used" and can be purchased for 0 bells.

ID Flower
904C pink tulips
9050 purple tulips
9054 black tulips
9064 purple pansies
9068 orange pansies
906C blue pansies
907C pink cosmos
9080 orange cosmos
9084 black cosmos
9094 pink roses
9098 orange roses
909C purple roses
90A0 black roses
90A4 blue roses

White Carnations Seeds (0x90B0)[]

The more complete one of the unused flower seeds. It can be purchased for 0 bells.

Sold-out Sign (0x9104 and 0x9108)[]

One for Nook and one for Gracie.

Weathered Paper[]

Weathered paper was used as the bottle paper in Animal Crossing: Wild World. It uses the IDs 9670 (one sheet) to 9673 (four sheets).

Bulletin Paper[]

This paper is unobtainable in the final game. It can actually be used without cheats, but only from the town hall. It uses the IDs 974C (one sheet) to 974F (four sheets).

Unused Flooring and Wallpaper Sets[]

There are four unused flooring and wallpaper sets for Nook's Cranny, Nook 'N' Go, Nookway, and Nookington's.

ID Name Image
A0FC Cranny Wall
A100 Convenient Wall
A104 Supermarket Wall
A108 Department Wall
A414 Cranny Floor
A418 Convenient Floor
A41C Supermarket Floor
A420 Department Floor

Unused Nintendo Items[]

These items were meant to be obtainable through the point system. They were later used in New Leaf, as items obtainable from the Fortune Cookie.

ID Name Image
C178 Pikmin
C17C Blue Falcon
C18C Metroid

Portrait (0xC1BF)[]

A portrait with a face on it.

Unused Wild World Furniture[]

The Nintendo bench and the moth orchid from Animal Crossing: Wild World still exist in the game's files. As they work fine, it's unknown why they weren't used.

ID Name Image
C0AC Nintendo Bench
C244 Moth Orchid

Cranny Pots[]

The pots that are seen as decorations in Nook's Cranny. These were later made regular items in New Leaf.

ID Name Picture
C23C Brown Pot
C240 White Pot

Moving Boxes[]

Come in sets of 2, 4, and 5. While being unobtainable as items, these are used in-game as a replacement for furniture on the first day a villager moves in.

ID Name Image
C820 Moving Boxes L
C824 Moving Boxes M
C828 Moving Boxes S

Invisible Chair[]

Present as C81C, C82C, C834, C838 and C83C. As the name says, they are invisible, can be sat on, and they use the filler name not used.

Invisible Sofa (C830)[]

A bigger version of the Invisible Chair which also uses the filler name not used