If you’ve never played any of the Animal Crossing games before, I’ll attempt to explain them for you:
They’re made by Nintendo and have become an integral part of the company’s image. Not quite on the same level as Mario, but close.
You start out with an adorable character that represents you and looks something like this:
Your character then moves into a town, which looks something like this:
…but of course bigger and full of houses, shops, a river, a beach, bugs and fish you can catch, trees you can shake that will sometimes reward you with money or punish you by sending a swarm of bees after you, random holes you can fall into if you’re not careful, etc. You can name both your character and your town whatever you want. My character is always my real-life nickname, Lys, and my town is always Mirage.
You also have fellow villagers, which are all adorable animals that speak gibberish and ask you to do random tasks for them because they are so adorable why would you refuse?