Konami has an on-again, off-again relationship with Nintendo (and with video games in general these days). Its flagship Castlevania franchise is really the only one to regularly appear on Nintendo systems, but that doesn’t mean its IPs are any less recognizable. From Robbie the Rabbit in Silent Hill to the RPG classic Suikoden and its hundreds of characters, Konami’s given us plenty of memorable folks to recreate in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If that piques your interest, read on: We’ve rounded up some of the best Konami Animal Crossing codes to jazz up your island with, also including the likes of Metal Gear Solid and a bit of Yu-Gi-Oh!, Bomberman, and Frogger.
As always, don’t forget you’ll need the Able Sisters’ shop open and a Nintendo Switch Online subscription. Although, if you want the Konami QR codes on the list, you’ll just want to download the Switch Online mobile app, access the New Horizons section of it, and activate NookLink to scan the codes.
Castlevania Animal Crossing codes
Though Castlevania started out as just the Belmont clan versus Dracula, its cast has expanded quite a bit since the NES days — as has its fashion sense. No more ’80s-inspired He-Man thongs on display here. First up is Alucard and his dysfunctional family, though.
Two Trevors for the price of one, thanks to the Netflix Castlevania anime.
Charlotte’s here from Portrait of Ruin, but no Jonathan.
There’s even a Medusa hoodie!
Silent Hill Animal Crossing codes
Psychological horror series Silent Hill‘s only Nintendo appearance was Shattered Memories on the Wii — but that’s about to change with the Dead by Daylight Silent Hill crossover. But with Zipper T. Bunny, axes, and the chance to make anything you want with Pro Designs, it was inevitable Robbie, Mary, and the rest would eventually show up in New Horizons.
There are two variations of James’ jacket, one each for the zipped crowd and the unzipped crowd.
There are two Lisa Garland outfits too, one normal and one after something very, very bad happens.
If you want to curse your island, you can do that too.
Metal Gear Solid
Metal Gear Solid features on Nintendo right now exclusively via Solid Snake in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but don’t forget about the NES original (and its non-canon sequel), the Game Boy Color entry, The Twin Snakes on GameCube, and Snake Eater 3D on 3DS. Regardless, there’s a fair few other Metal Gear Solid outfits to dress up in aside from Snake’s Smash gear. Leading the charge is a pack of QR codes for some familiar outfits.
The Big Boss top comes from u/imOnWelfare.
And they also created this number.
Dress up your NookPhone or the outside of Resident Services with some Metal Gear flash too.
Other Konami Animal Crossing codes
Despite Bomberman‘s status as a Konami classic, there’s not much out there for Bomberman outfits. There is a set of Suikoden outfits though, as some compensation for not getting the series on the Switch. Also, there’s a bit of Yu-Gi-Oh! and a total OG, Frogger.
There might not be as many Konami Animal Crossing codes to deck yourself out with — but that’s where we come in! If you’re still looking for ways to transform your Animal Crossing: New Horizons island with your favorite characters, check out our other Animal Crossing code collections:
- Star Wars codes for Animal Crossing
- Anime codes for Animal Crossing (Sailor Moon, Naruto, Demon Slayer, and more)
- Final Fantasy codes for Animal Crossing
- Capcom Animal Crossing codes
- My Hero Academia codes for Animal Crossing
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons codes for Disney gear
- Marvel & DC hero codes and QR codes
- Super Mario codes for Animal Crossing
- Pokémon codes for Animal Crossing
- The Legend of Zelda QR codes for Animal Crossing
- Fire Emblem codes for Animal Crossing
- Borderlands codes for Animal Crossing
- Tiger King codes for Animal Crossing
- Harry Potter codes for Animal Crossing