FNF VS Lucky from Animal Crossing
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FNF VS Lucky from Animal Crossing

Description

A mod of Friday Night Funkin where Boyfriend and GF visits the Animal Crossing game and ended up rhythm-battling against Lucky, a lazy dog villager.

Songs:

  • Fortunate
  • Wimpy

Who is Lucky?

His name comes from the fact that he has a full body cast and is still alive, making him “lucky”. It could also be perceived as ironic, seeing that Lucky is not very lucky at all due to possibly being badly injured or undead. His picture quote in Wild World is an exclamation people say when they hurt themselves. His catchphrase is similar, in that it is a combination of a popular way to interpret the sound dogs make, and saying “ouch”.

As a lazy villager, Lucky will be friendly and easy to get along with due to his laid back lifestyle. Like all lazy villagers, he has a love of food and relaxing. He will enjoy partaking in the usual hobbies, usually for relaxing reasons or for food, like when fishing. (Fandom)

Prologue:

What a lovely day to be visiting someone’s Animal Crossing town. Well, not exactly lovely since the town has 3-stars, but either way. While BF and GF are exploring the very average town, they got bored and decided to challenge one of the villagers.

You find a dog that is covered in bandages. BF and GF were able to convince him to sing with them and the sing-off begins!

Mod Credits:

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Download

  • Please download the original and OG version of the mod for your cool high-end desktop PC here.

Original FNF Credit:

  • ninja_muffin99 – Programming
  • PhantomArcade3k and evilsk8r – ARTISTS
  • kawaisprite – TASTY MUSIC
  • AND everyone that contributed to the GitHub source.

The goal of this web optimized port is to make FNF and this mod more accessible to players that can’t otherwise play it on their potatoes PC, on a Chromebook,  on their Mac, on their Linux, or simply can’t run the EXE files on their computer.

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