Are you prepared for your heart to completely melt into a puddle of happiness? The first wave of Sanrio items has hit Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp today!

Before I jump into the details about the collection, you need to watch this: The Nintendo Mobile account on YouTube has shared the most adorable video showing off the brand new Sanrio Characters Collection #1 series. With the items now available, this visual eye candy will win you over for sure — and you’re going to need to sign into the game ASAP!

Make sure to turn up the volume, by the way. As if the imagery alone wasn’t charming enough, the song that plays will make your day complete:

 

 
You’ll find a few ways to obtain all these cute items. First off, new fortune cookies for Hello Kitty and Cinnamoroll are now available at the Fortune Cookie Shop in the Market Place. You can try your luck by shelling out some Leaf Tickets so you can decorate your camp with Hello Kitty and friends!

 

 
Next up, a new scavenger hunt has begun! Collect all the pink Hello Kitty gyroidite nuggets around your map, and use them to craft the limited-time Hello Kitty amenities and tees. You have until July 22nd at 12:59 a.m. to participate.

And lastly we have a bunch of Sanrio items you can craft simply by using your Leaf Tickets. Including here are two backpacks, two walls, and two floors.

Even if you’re not interested in using Leaf Tickets and finding those gyroidites, rest assured you can still have fun with the collection. Every camper will receive a free Hello Kitty bow — just check your mailbox!

Look forward to Collection #2 and Collection #3 to hit Pocket Camp in the next few weeks. You’ll find a lot more items dedicated to other characters, like My Melody, Little Twin Stars, Keroppi, and Pompompurin. Until then, have fun with Hello Kitty, campers!

 

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Written by Lauren Musni
Creative Director, Managing Editor

Designer and writer by day, gamer by night, Lauren dreams big when it comes to creative endeavors. Perhaps that's why she's taken on the roles of creative director and managing editor for Nintendo Wire. If she had a video game superhero alias, it might just be The Visionary, a true keeper of imaginative order.

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