Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ weird Backrooms internet meme is the setting for a disturbing new Animal Crossing: New Horizons building. Known for its pleasant and inviting ambience, Nintendo’s social simulation game allows players to create their own island community. Players may want to build more sinister structures, such as a terrifying Animal Crossing optical illusion that follows players throughout the space. The Backrooms, a creepypasta that got its start in a 4chan thread, has recently reached the level of Slenderman and Candle Cove in terms of popularity.
The scary meme began as an image of an unnerving yellow chamber that depicts an infinite eldritch atmosphere that can draw people in and capture them. There are now additional levels to the plot, but the initial edition of The Backrooms had a sequence of rooms and halls with bright yellow carpeting and decor. More stories and videos have been inspired by the meme; one gamer even built limitless Backrooms in Minecraft so that others might experience its terrifying passageways for themselves. For the second time this week, a Reddit user has taken a lovely Animal Crossing: New Horizons home and made it The Backrooms. In keeping with the creepypasta theme, the design incorporates the location’s now-iconic yellow walls and yellow carpeting.
Despite the presence of a few lamps, the space seems eerily deserted. It appears that The Backrooms are continually expanding just around the corner, even though they are the same size as most conventional Animal Crossing: New Horizons homes. In the ever-expanding repertoire of internet memes, many Animal Crossing: New Horizons fans have paid tribute to memes from previous incarnations. Animal Crossing’s Disaster Girl Meme, for example, was replicated by a player while retaining the image’s amusing and unsettling aspects.
A female is shown smiling devilishly at the camera while home burns in the background in this iconic meme. The tiny child is substituted with the player character in the Animal Crossing version of the image, with animal villagers acting as terrified observers. When The Backrooms first appeared on the internet, it quickly became a sensation that could eclipse Slenderman’s fame. Even the wallpaper from the original image has been used in milo6669’s Animal Crossing: New Horizons replica of the horrifying scenario. When it comes to creepypasta, the bright walls and vacant floors are enough to make even the most hardened fan shudder.