For those of you that are unfamiliar with it, Totaka's Song is a simple 19 note melody created by Kazumi Totaka, a sound designer that has worked on a broad range of Nintendo games over the years. Totaka's Song first appeared in X – a shooter for the original Gameboy – as a hidden secret and ever since, it has become something of a tradition that it appears in nearly every game that he works on. In all fairness, it could be in every game that he's worked on; the tune is hidden so well each time, it's not unreasonable to think that nobody's managed to find it yet in the few games it's not confirmed in.

Evidently, the song has been discovered in Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer. After scanning the DJ KK Slider amiibo card into the game, placing a turntable for the first time will trigger the song. Here's video proof of it:

Do you think Totaka's Song is present in every game that he worked on? What did you think of Happy Home Designer? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

[via nintendoeverything.com]