Animal Crossing is one of the big winners of the pandemic, with pictures of island living, in-game designs and more being everywhere. We've seen all sorts of things going on with it, so its perhaps no surprise that Jackbox Games decided to get in on the fun for one of their games in Jackbox Party Pack 3, Tee K.O., and let you send your creations to Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
For those who don't know it, Tee K.O. is one of several games in Jackbox Party Pack 3 and it has you competing with the other players to design a T-Shirt. To do so, first each of you draws three shirt pictures, and then you all enter a number of possible slogans and mix and match them. From there, the T-Shirts face-off in head to head votes by the players, followed by a final round of drawing and competition to find out who is the T-Shirt master, in a vaguely martial-arts competition sort of way. Previously, you had been able to buy actual shirts with the designs printed on them, and now they have a QR code creator that can let you send your shirts to Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
To do this, you will need a Nintendo Switch Online account, the Nintendo Switch Online app on your phone, and linked to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as having unlocked Pro Designs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
How To Get Tee K.O. Shirts in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
- When Finished the game of Tee K.O. on your browser or device click the link to share your shirts which will take you to an image gallery
- Open up the Tiny Shirts page and paste the gallery link where you are instructed
- Scan the QR Code in the Nintendo Switch Online app's Animal Crossing area
- In Animal Crossing: New Horizons download the design - under Nook Phone, custom designs, pro designs and press the '+' button to download the screenshot
There are a few minor hiccups - the slogans that are put on the shirt are not there in Animal Crossing, instead, they are the default name for the shirt. The pixelation of some of the designs can also make some of them look a bit off in the transition.
If you want to see all the various horrible designs the TechRaptor team came up with during the play we did for this story, you can see them here, and if you want to use any of them in-game, use the Tiny Shirts page to import them.
What do you think of importing Tee K.O. shirts to Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Is it something you'd be interested in doing? Let us know in the comments below!