Animal Crossing Happy Home Paradise’s most cursed designs

Searching for Animal Crossing style motivation on Reddit and Twitter can be very challenging, as these social platforms are flooded with stunning islands and houses. I’m frequently floored by the New Horizons gamers who develop HGTV-level work of arts, using the brand-new style tools — like partitions and polishes — which are readily available post-update, and with the addition of the Pleased House Paradise DLC. However there are likewise those people who got a copy of Paradise, and chose, “Ah, yes, time for absolute chaos.”

Paradise, which has gamers developing villa for villagers, is generally primed for tomfoolery. Sure, you have to get a villager’s approval on a design before moving on to the next client — but the “grading” system is pretty permissive. Because passing only requires you to have those three key items the villager requested, you’re free to do whatever your heart pleases with the rest of the home. I myself am guilty of taking liberties with this, having created such atrocities as “Sword Yard” and “Personal SoulCycle Studio.” And I’m not alone: Players have made extremely blursed (cursed, yet blessed) interiors for their villagers.

First up, there’s nothing more inspiring than a simple design choice, made absolutely impactful. It’s practically Thiebaud-esque:

Harry is the perfect villager to unleash a cursed look upon, as he asked for a “Messy Manor.” Lots of players are interpreting this as a trash-filled bachelor pad. If anything, it’s even harder to achieve on a platform that is designed to make everything look cute:

Players are likewise taking creative license with designing Paradise facilities. Why create a cute hospital, when you could make one that’s absolutely terrifying?

Go forth and sow chaos, fellow Happy Home Paradise gamers.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.