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Dream Home

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Dream Home
Villager Final Smash SSBU.gif
Dream Home in Ultimate.
User Villager
Universe Animal Crossing
Article on Nookipedia House (player)

Dream Home (ゆめのマイハウス, My House of Dreams), called Housewarming Party in the PAL version of Super Smash Bros. 4, is Villager's Final Smash.


If next to an enemy, the Villager will pay Tom Nook and his nephews, Timmy & Tommy, to build a house around the opponent. After the house is completed, they cheer, before the house blows up. The explosion launches the trapped victim (and any other opponents close enough), briefly knocks over the Villager, and sends the three tanukis flying. The attack deals a total of 45% damage to trapped opponents. Other opponents who touch the house while it is being built will take 10% damage.

In SSB4 and the initial release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, there is a short period of vulnerability just before the explosion occurs. If Villager is hit at this point, his Final Smash will be interrupted and trapped opponents will be freed.[1] This was fixed in version 1.2.0 of Ultimate.

Instructional quotes[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS case foldout VillagerHeadSSB4-3.png Trap opponents in a house, and then launch them.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Move List VillagerHeadSSBU.png Tom Nook and his gang rush in to build a totally affordable and reliable house for you. Then the house explodes, sending nearby opponents flying.


Dream Home's trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
NtscDream Home
PalHousewarming Party
NTSC If you're wanting to buy a house in Animal Crossing, Tom Nook is always happy to help. And it looks like he's expanding his business to Smash Bros. too. If you activate the Villager's Final Smash, Nook will rush in and build a house for you right then and there! One small, very minor difference between this house and ones in the original game? This one explodes.
PAL If you're looking to buy a house in Animal Crossing, Tom Nook is always very happy to help. And it looks like he's expanding his business to Smash Bros. too – just activate the Villager's Final Smash, and Nook will rush in and build a house for you right then and there! Unlike in the original game, though, this one explodes.


A house in Animal Crossing.
A house in Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer.
From left to right, top to bottom: a Cabin Bed, Blue Table, Ranch Tea Table, Wagon Wheel, Green Dresser, Lantern, Classic Sofa, Black King, Elephant Slide, Mega Howloid, Moai Statue, Regal Lamp, Lovely Chair, Froggy Chair, and Modern End Table in Animal Crossing.

Owning a home is a major aspect of the Animal Crossing series. The player can buy their house from a tanuki named Tom Nook, who can also expand the player's house or renovate the exterior. Timmy and Tommy (also known as the "Nooklings") run a shop of their own in Animal Crossing: New Leaf, where they sell furniture items, floors, and wallpapers, as well as a few other things. In previous Animal Crossing games, however, they were assistants in Tom Nook's store, which offered both of the aforementioned services. The design of the house originates from New Leaf when the player adds another room to the west side of the house. Tom Nook's design comes from the uniform he wears in Nook's Cranny in the Animal Crossing series except New Leaf, while Timmy and Tommy's design comes from their uniform in Nookling Junction in New Leaf. The jingle that plays after the house is complete is the jingle that plays when the player pays off their current home loan in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

Several items from the Animal Crossing series are thrown while Timmy & Tommy build the house, which are as follows: a Blue Table, Cabin Bed, Classic Sofa, Ranch Tea Table, Green Dresser, Lovely Chair, Regal Lamp, Modern End Table, Drip Pail, Bug Trophy, Lantern, Mega Howloid, Triforce, Wagon Wheel, Elephant Slide, Do-Not-Enter Sign, Papa Panda Bear, Black King, Moai Statue, Froggy Chair, K.K. Slider Picture, Fossil, Wallpaper, and Flooring.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese ゆめのマイハウス, My House of Dreams
UK English Dream Home
France French (PAL) Fête à la maison
Quebec French (NTSC) Maison de rêve
Germany German Traumhaus
Spain Spanish (PAL) La casa de mis sueños
Mexico Spanish (NTSC) Hogar, dulce hogar
Italy Italian Festa in casa
China Chinese (Simplified) 梦想之家, Dream Home
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) 夢想之家, Dream Home
South Korea Korean 꿈의 마이하우스
Netherlands Dutch Housewarming
Russia Russian Новоселье


  • In the Smash Direct, when Villager used Dream Home, the enemy could not be seen spinning in the house while it was being built. In all appearances of the Final Smash following that, the opponent appears spinning inside the house.
  • For the duration of the Final Smash if it successfully connects, any outside forces such as explosives will not harm the opponent(s) as the house is being built, and will only affect them just after the house itself bursts.
  • In Ultimate, the Final Smash had its PAL English name standardized with the NTSC version, like most other text in the game. This may be for consistency with the name of Isabelle's similar Final Smash.