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Animal Crossing: New Horizons – All Gyroids and How to Get Them

Animal Crossing: New Horizons - All Gyroids and How to Get Them

Gyroids have long served as a sort of unofficial mascot of the Animal Crossing series. They serve as both public utilities, allowing you to save your game in the first Animal Crossing, and as kitschy furniture pieces. Aside from Lloid the donation-gathering Gyroid, they were sadly absent from New Horizons, but thanks to the version 2.0 update, you can now once again have a whole shelf full of these lovably weird little statues. Here are all the Gyroids and how to get them in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Gyroids are sort of like living automatons, sprouting out of the ground. These little guys can fit on any flat surface or shelf, and if there’s any music playing nearby they’ll dance to it and make cute little noises. Each species of Gyroid produces a unique sound, so if you collect a lot of them, you can create an entire symphony of backing instruments to your favorite KK Slider tracks. You can even customize their color palettes at a DIY bench using customization kits.

How to get Gyroids in Animal Crossing New Horizons

To get Gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

  1. Visit an island through Kapp’n’s Boat Tours
  2. Dig up cracks in the ground to uncover Gyroid Fragments
  3. Drop the Fragment in a hole on your island, bury it, and water it with a watering can
  4. Wait one day, then dig up the fully-formed Gyroid

You can actually grow Gyroids just like plants, but first, you need the right materials. Specifically, you need Gyroid Fragments. You can dig Gyroid Fragments out of the ground on the islands that Kapp’n takes you to on his boat tours, and you’ll get one for free from Brewster when you first meet him. Once you’ve got a Fragment, dig a hole anywhere on your island and drop the Fragment in there.

Cover the hole up and give it a sprinkle of water with any watering can. You should see a little puff of smoke rise up out of the crack. Wait until the next day, then go dig up the hole, and you’ll get a fully-formed Gyroid, ready to shake its groove thang. Incidentally, if you look around your island the day after a rainstorm, you might also find fully formed Gyroids in ground cracks. 

Animal Crossing New Horizons Gyroids list

Here are all 36 Gyroids available in Animal Crossing New Horizons along with their color variations:

  • Aluminoid (Silver, Copper, Blue, Black)
  • Arfoid (Yellow, Brown, Green, Pink, Blue)
  • Babbloid (Blue, Pink, Green, Purple, Brown, White)
  • Bendoid (Orange, Beige, Green, Brown, Blue, Gray)
  • Bloopoid (Blue, Red, Green, Purple)
  • Boioingoid (Orange, Green, Blue, Purple, Black, Wood)
  • Boomoid (Brown, Camel, Green, Blue, Purple, Black)
  • Brewstoid (No variations)
  • Bubbloid (Brown, Green, Pink, Purple, White)
  • Bwongoid (Brown, Yellow, Green, Blue)
  • Clatteroid (Pop, Natural, Cool, Cute, Chic)
  • Crumploid (Yellow, Brown, Blue, Red, Green, Black)
  • Dootoid (Gray, Brown, Green, Pink, Blue, White, Black)
  • Drummoid (Blue, Green, Brown, Purple, Gray)
  • Flutteroid (Orange, Yellow, Green, Pink, Purple)
  • Jingloid (Purple, Gold, Pink, Silver, Blue)
  • Laseroid (Yellow, Pink, Blue, Silver)
  • Oinkoid (Beige, Brown, Yellow, Blue, Pink, Black)
  • Petaloid (Green, Brown, Yellow, Blue, Pink, Purple, White)
  • Rattloid (Red, Brown, White, Blue, Green, Black)
  • Ringoid (Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, White)
  • Rumbloid (Purple, Yellow, Green, Pink, Blue, White, Gray)
  • Scatteroid (Light Brown, Brown, Green, Pink, White)
  • Spikenoid (Green, Orange, Brown, Light Green, Blue, Camel, Gray)
  • Sproingoid (Camel, Green, Red, Blue)
  • Squeakoid (Yellow, White, Brown, Pink, Blue)
  • Squeezoid (Beige, Yellow, Pink, Blue, White, Black)
  • Stelloid (Green, Yellow, Blue, White, Black)
  • Thwopoid (Pink, Beige, Green, Gray)
  • Tockoid (Pop, Natural, Cool, Cute, Chic)
  • Tremoloid (Blue, Yellow, Green, Purple, White)
  • Twangoid (Brown, Yellow, Green, Blue, Black)
  • Wallopoid (Camel, Brown, Green, Blue, White, Black)
  • Whirroid (Blue, Red, Gold, Silver)
  • Whistloid (Blue, Brown, Yellow, Green, Pink, White)
  • Xylophoid (Yellow, Blue, Pink, White, Brown)
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