The gyroid, a classic musical decoration from the series, has finally made its way to Animal Crossing: New Horizons with the new 2.0 update. Now villagers can get to work digging up, planting, and decorating with a variety of gyroids just waiting to create a groove in your home. We are hunting down all the options and will update this list with all the information and pictures as we find them.
How to obtain gyroids
To get these cute characters, you will have to visit islands with Kapp'n and use your shovel to dig up the "x" spots. These spots will have gyroid fragments. When you take the fragment back to your island, plant the fragment and water it. The next day, dig your fragment back up and a full gyroid will come out, ready to be placed in your home!
All gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
These gyrating gyroids all have different customization options, designs, and musical features. Collect them all or find the ones that suit your rooms best!
|Aluminoid||This robotic looking gyroid makes mechanical sounds, with a mixture of ticking and chugging.|
|Arfoid||This lovable gyroid is puppy-like in appearance and sound, and makes musical barking sounds.|
|Babbloid||Soothing splashes can be heard from this polka dotted cutie.|
|Bendoid||Bendoid has a very fitting name. This rook-shaped gyroid makes sound bending noises, similar to a theremin.|
|Bloopoid||A bubbly character all around! The Bloopoid is a round shape and makes the soft sound of a bubble popping.|
|Boioingoid||This winking, tufted gyroid makes a sound reminiscent of a spring doorstop when pulled sideways.|
|Boomoid||Thick and with a powerful, deep sound, this is one of the few that offers a lower register noise.|
|Brewstoid||A gyroid based on the beloved Brewster. Those who are lucky enough to find this gyroid will enjoy his bird-like looks and coos.|
|Bubbloid||The big cheeks on this gyroid make a bubbling sound and even blows bubbles into the room.|
|Bwongoid||Get into the groove with this round gyroid's bongo beat.|
|Clatteroid||It looks like a children's toy and sounds like one too; this little guy gives a wood block sound.|
|Crumploid||While the name Crumploid implies a crumpling sound, we would describe it as more of a food munching sound.|
|Dootoid||As the name implies, this gyroid doots a beat like a metronome. He has a very unique leaf shaped face.|
|Drummoid||The hat and skirt donning Drummoid hits like a high-hat and traditional drum set.|
|Flutteroid||Shaky and silly, the sound from this gyroid is similar to the sound you make blowing air between your lips, or a dull rattlesnake rattle.|
|Jingloid||There's no better way to describe the sound of this gyroid than to say it sounds just like Santa's sleigh.|
|Laseroid||Three protrusions come out of this gyroids head, giving him a robotic look, and he sounds like an old-school video game laser being shot.|
|Oinkoid||If it looks like a pig and sounds like a pig, it might be an oinkoid.|
|Petaloid||Opening up to dance like petals on a flower, this beeping gyroid is as much about visuals as it is about sound.|
|Rattloid||This stout gyroid shakes and makes a noise as if a metal ball is hitting around inside him as he moves.|
|Ringoid||Hitting the circle hands against the skirt-like base produces soft, harmonious notes.|
|Rumbloid||Giving an understated rumbling bass sound, this hip-shaking gyroid offers a lower tone than most.|
|Scatteroid||The soft rustling noise this grass skirt gyroid gives adds a soft beat as he jams.|
|Spikenoid||Spikey-headed and frog-faced, this little buzzer gives a low humming sound to the music around it.|
|Sproingoid||This out-of-this-world gyroid has an alien look and alien sound, emitting an unusual springing noise.|
|Squeakoid||Much like a dog toy, this crazy haired gyroid squeaks his notes.|
|Squeezoid||This gyroid has a beautiful scale-like design, but sounds like a squeaky tennis shoe.|
|Stelloid||This unique, tall, thin gyroid makes an echoing whooping noise in high tones, giving it an outerspace kind of feel.|
|Thwopoid||This gyroid produces a popping sound, making the bubble on top of his head bigger and smaller as he makes sounds.|
|Tockoid||Although he may not tick, Tockoid does a pretty mean wooden tocking noise.|
|Tremoloid||This one really wiggles! His wiggly looks match his wobbly sound.|
|Twangoid||Take in the soft sounds of the light plucking of strings with this hollow stringed gyroid.|
|Wallopoid||Get lost in the rhythmic, percussive sounds of this ghost-like drummer.|
|Whirroid||As he rotates, Whirroid clicks and makes a ticking noise, turning back to face the front.|
|Whistloid||With a glass-like appearance in beautiful colors, the whistling sound that comes from the top gives a beautiful melody.|
|Xylophoid||This chubby cheeked gyroid gives a beautiful tinkling xylophone tone to your gyroid band.|
While this was already one of the best games on Nintendo Switch, we are so excited to jump back in to get all these moving, musical cuties in our home with all the different designs and customization options. Since you can only travel with Kapp'n once a day and there are only a few fragments on the island, it may take some time to build up your collection or find the one you're looking for. But it's so worth it for these symbolic décor creatures.
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Alex has been working with iMore as a Freelance Gaming Writer for three years. You can also find a few articles of hers on Android Central and Windows Central. She regularly covers Nintendo Switch games and accessories as well as iOS game apps. In addition to the Nintendo Switch, you may also find her playing on the PlayStation and PC. When she doesn’t have a controller in hand she likes to spend her time with her husband, son, and dogs, exploring new places, or hiding away with a book (or comic book). A few of her favorite games include the Zelda franchise, Little Nightmares, and Animal Crossing.