Amiibo

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An Amiibo is a small handheld object produced by Nintendo, which stores and relays various information for related video games via near field communication (NFC). These often take form of a figurine or card and can be used to customize your character in game or add content to compatible Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and Nintendo Switch games.

Related Console Emulators
Name Operating System(s) Latest Version Amiibo Support
Nintendo 3DS
Citra Windows, OS X, Linux Nightly
3dmoo Windows, Linux Git
TronDS Windows, Linux 1.0.0.5
Wii U
Cemu Windows 1.12.0d
Decaf Windows, Linux Git
Nintendo Switch
yuzu Windows, macOS, Linux Nightly
Ryujinx Windows Git

Amiibo Software[edit]

  • n2elite: A little puck sold commercially that uses the "amiiqo emulator" for storing and transferring data to official Nintendo consoles.

Complete sets can be found here


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Consoles: NES (Famicom) • Super Nintendo (Super Famicom) • Nintendo 64GameCubeWiiWii USwitch
Handhelds: Game & WatchGame Boy (Color)Virtual BoyGame Boy AdvanceNintendo DSNintendo 3DS
Related: Famicom Disk SystemSatellaview64DDSuper Game Boye-ReaderDSiAmiiboTriforce (Arcade) • Namco ES3 (Arcade)