Thanks to the new Gyroids, an Animal Crossing: New Horizons player has recreated the SpongeBob SquarePants “I don’t need that” meme.
A gamer in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has recreated a classic SpongeBob SquarePants television scene and meme using the game’s new Gyroids. Gyroids are just one of many recent improvements to the Animal Crossing 2.0 update, providing fans with a slew of new opportunities to recreate movies, programs, and memes in the 2020 game.
Fans of Animal Crossing: New Horizons have been waiting for new game content for a long time, and the current update has been delivered. Players have been enjoying new features like farming and cooking and the return of several beloved series characters and artefacts. Gyroids, a franchise mainstay, are collecting melodic, ornamental character things that may be found underground or produced from Gyroid Fragments in the Nintendo Switch game. Gyroids, despite being linked with the games, just arrived at ACNH in November.
PetrarchEleven, a Twitter user and Animal Crossing aficionado, became famous after recreating one of the most popular SpongeBob memes: the “I don’t need that” meme from the classic television episode “Tea at the Treedome.” SpongeBob attempts to resist a tempting glass of water when dehydrated in the program, and the character appears like a cracked and withered sponge as a result. The iconic meme has been reinvented by PetrarchEleven, with a crumpled-looking Gyroid playing SpongeBob and peering at an Infused-water dispenser. The funny parody has gone viral on social media, with over 40,000 Likes as of this writing.
— Tom P (PetrarchEleven) (@PetrarchEleven) November 9, 2021
Those who want to reproduce the Animal Crossing meme should have no trouble doing so, with the most difficult part is finding an appropriate Gyroid. The user has a Crumploid in the role of SpongeBob, who looks parched like the character. While getting the same Gyroid may take some time, all ACNH Gyroids have the same rarity. Therefore players are just as likely to come across a Crumploid as any other Gyroid. To reproduce Sandy Cheek’s house where the action took place, the meme maker constructed the infused water dispenser, set both objects on plain natural wooden furniture, and utilized a grassy floor and sky wallpaper.
PetrarchEleven isn’t the only Animal Crossing player to make memes with the latest 2.0 version. Over 9,000 new products, new home design skills, and a new pro camera app have been included in the update for fans to be creative with. In addition, players have lately created Animal Crossing memes from programs and games, such as the Silent Hill 3 bread scene, by combining them and playing with birds-eye and tripod camera angles, giving them even more recreation options.