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.
|Name||Operating System(s)||Latest Version||Amiibo Support|
|Citra||Windows, OS X, Linux||Nightly||✗|
|yuzu||Windows, macOS, Linux||Nightly||✗|
- TagMo: An open source android application that can be used to store and relay the same information as any given amiibo (provided they have the appropriate encryption keys). Download
- n2elite: A little puck sold commercially that uses the "amiiqo emulator" for storing and transferring data to official Nintendo consoles.