Animal Crossing Heat Change Mug

Animal Crossing Heat Change Mug
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Any Animal Crossing devotee will love this amazing mug. As well as being a great gift, any collector of official Animal Crossing memorabilia would welcome this addition into their collection. Great for everyday use at home, or at work as with many companies banning single-use plastic cups and bottles there has never been a better time to take your mug to work with you.

When serving players at The Roost, Brewster prefers them to drink their coffee as soon as it is given to them, but he would be shocked if the player wailed and let it cool as then he would see the amazing transformation properties of this heat change mug. Each time you fill this 300ml (10.55fl oz) ceramic mug with your favourite hot beverage the outside colour changes from black with cut-away Animal Crossing figures into an incredible multi-coloured, patchwork style wrap-around design that includes logos, symbols, backgrounds and characters from this social simulation video game. As your drink cools down, the mug reverts to its original look ready for you to enjoy the transforming action the next time you add a steaming hot brew.

Animal Crossing is a social simulation video game series developed and published by Nintendo. Played in real-time, the player assumes the role of a human character who moves into a rural village populated with anthropomorphic animals and lives there indefinitely. Known for its open-ended gameplay, players are encouraged to spend their time in the village performing any number of activities, and socializing with the village's residents. A critical and commercial success, the Animal Crossing franchise has sold over 50 million units.

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