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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
Wii U
Cemu Windows 1.17.3
Decaf Windows, Linux Git
Nintendo Switch
yuzu Windows, macOS, Linux Nightly
Ryujinx Windows Git

Amiibo Software

  • 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: Color TV-GameNintendo Entertainment System (Family Computer) • Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Super Family Computer) • Nintendo 64GameCubeWiiWii UNintendo Switch
Handhelds: Game & WatchGame Boy/ColorVirtual BoyGame Boy AdvanceNintendo DSNintendo 3DS
Related: Family Computer Disk SystemSatellaview64DDSuper Game Boye-ReaderDSiAmiiboTriforce (Arcade) • Namco ES3 (Arcade)