All Gyroid types in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Can you collect them all?

Collectible Gyroids have long existed in the Animal Crossing game franchise. However, they were not available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for a long time. That changed when the Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0 free update brought collectible Gyroids into the Switch game for the first time.

Gyroids can be placed down like any displayable item, and they will dance to music indoors and outdoors. Gyroids, this time around, also have a new look. These dancing friends are softer and cuter than they’ve ever been before, and there are a whole bunch of types to collect.

Related: How to get Gyroid Fragments in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

All Gyroid Types

Each Gyroid type is a specific entity. However, every Gyroid type other than the Brewstoid also has multiple color variants. Here are all 36 Gyroid types currently in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, in alphabetical order.

  • Aluminoid
  • Arfoid
  • Babbloid
  • Bendoid
  • Bloopoid
  • Boioingoid
  • Boomoid
  • Brewstoid
  • Bubbloid
  • Bwongoid
  • Clatteroid
  • Crumploid
  • Dootoid
  • Drummoid
  • Flutteroid
  • Jingloid
  • Laseroid
  • Oinkoid
  • Petaloid
  • Rattloid
  • Ringoid
  • Rumbloid
  • Scatteroid
  • Spikenoid
  • Sproingoid
  • Squeakoid
  • Squeezoid
  • Stelloid
  • Thwopoid
  • Tockoid
  • Tremoloid
  • Twangoid
  • Wallopoid
  • Whirroid
  • Whistloid
  • Xylophoid

Regardless of type, all Gyroids can be sold to Timmy and Tommy at Nook's Cranny for 828 Bells.

For more Animal Crossing content, check out What do Gyroids do in Animal Crossing New Horizons on Pro Game Guides.

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