How to find and grow Animal Crossing: New Horizons gyroids

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Gyroids have arrived, aiming to bring you something new to collect in-game and funk up your island life with their bizarre beats. These odd little instruments start their lives as Gyroid Fragments, and then it’s up to you too grown them into fully-fledged beings. This is all down to the arrival of Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update 2.0. Like previous Animal Crossing titles, there are some quirks and tricks as to getting hold of the Gyroids in their various forms. So here’s how to get and grow Gyroids in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. 

Finding Gyroid fragments

How to find your first Gyroid fragment

Before Gyroid fragments will start spawning organically on your island, you’re going to have to do a couple of things first. Here’s what you need to do:

How to grow Gyroids

How to turn your Gyroid fragment into a Gyroid

How to find Gyroid fragments

How to customize Gyroids

Full Gyroid list

The full Animal Crossing: New Horizons Gyroids list

A Bubbloid Gyroid in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

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We’ll be updating this list to discover all the different Animal Crossing: New Horizons Gyroids you’ll be able to find. So far in the series there have been 39 Gyroid family types, ranging from Alloids to Warbloid, and all delivering different noises and movements that you can then combine together. 

Here are the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Gyroids revealed and discovered so far:

  • Aliminoid
  • Arfoid
  • Babbloid
  • Bendoid
  • Bloopoid
  • Bwongoid
  • Boomoid
  • Brewstoid
  • Bubbloid
  • 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

And here’s the full list of Gyroids in the series so far, thanks to Nookipedia (opens in new tab):

  • Alloid 
  • Bovoid 
  • Bowtoid 
  • Brewstoid 
  • Buzzoid 
  • Clankoid 
  • Croakoid 
  • Dekkoid 
  • Dingloid 
  • Dinkoid 
  • Drilloid 
  • Droploid 
  • Echoid 
  • Fizzoid 
  • Freakoid 
  • Gargloid 
  • Gongoid 
  • Harmonoid 
  • Howloid 
  • Lamentoid 
  • Lullaboid 
  • Metatoid 
  • Nebuloid 
  • Oboid 
  • Oombloid 
  • Percoloid 
  • Plinkoid 
  • Poltergoid 
  • Puffoid 
  • Quazoid 
  • Rhythmoid 
  • Rustoid 
  • Sproid 
  • Sputnoid 
  • Squelchoid 
  • Strumboid 
  • Timpanoid 
  • Tootoid 
  • Warbloid 

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