3D printed wolf Amiibo are pretty adorable. BurninCoco made them using a filament with a high percentage of wood (yes you can 3D print things with what amounts to saw dust) and although they don’t actually serve any purpose, they’re still pretty cool looking. You can see a few more pictures of them over on Imgur.
The PlayStation-licensed line of Amiibo-looking toys comes by way of ThinkGeek, the merchandise outfit owned by GameStop, and are due to launch on March 23.
The 3DS game Detective Pikachu is coming to the west in March, The Pokémon Company said today, and with it comes a giant Amiibo that’s nearly double the size of a standard Pikachu.
Artist GandaKris, kinda famous for her work customising Amiibo and turning them into cool and new figures Nintendo would never actually release, has set aside the fictional for a moment to commemorate Nintendo’s former President Satoru Iwata.
Time to start bringing your Switch to the grocery store. Snacktaku has confirmed that the Amiibo included on boxes of Super Mario Cereal can be scanned without opening the box, which means coins and hearts for Super Mario Odyssey will be available in the cereal aisle starting December 11.
Nintendo’s back in the game cereal game. Rumored for days and now confirmed, Super Mario Cereal becomes part of this nutritious breakfast in December. Every box is an Amiibo, unlocking gold coins and hearts in Super Mario Odyssey.
I’m kind of blown away by how much the Peach Amiibo breaks Super Mario Odyssey.
Look, not everyone sets out to have a massive Amiibo collection. A lot of people start out like I just did: with one.
With Legend of Zelda Amiibo figures perpetually sold out and fetching prohibitively high prices on eBay, many fans are turning to bootlegged “Amiibo cards” instead. Many sellers of these cards see themselves not as mere pirates, but as modern-day Robin Hoods, providing fans with the in-game content that Nintendo won’t…
Amiibo may look like Smash Bros. trophies, but they don’t act like them—not normally, anyway. One fan has spent two years trying to make that fantasy into more of a reality, and the results are awesome.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is amazing in its own right. Its world is breathtakingly gorgeous and bursting at the seams with surprises. So why am I and other players wasting so much time resetting the Nintendo Switch’s clock so we can keep spawning new treasure chests with our Amiibos?
Whether you own a New 3DS or Wii U, have a preorder in for the Switch, or just want a new decoration for your desk, the 8-Bit Link amiibo is one of the best in Nintendo’s lineup. Amazon’s taking $3 off today, so you won’t need to slash any grass or throw any pottery to find the money to buy one.
Shovel Knight will be released on the Nintendo Switch. The popular platformer is also getting a slew of additional modes as well as new name and price.
BoxBoy, the hero Nintendo’s 2016 needed and star of our “best games of the year” list, will return on the 3DS in February (at least in Japan) with a third game in the series, called Goodbye! BoxBoy! And, more importantly, with BoxBoy Amiibo.
Collecting amiibo is nearly as addictive as collecting Pokémon, and Best Buy’s making it easy today with big savings on two dozen amiibo figurines and cards. Just note that these prices are only available today, so lock in your purchases before the deal runs out of lives.
In Nintendo Direct Zelda news, the Phantom Hourglass & Spirit Tracks DLC pack for Hyrule Warriors is available today, and four new Amiibo are coming on December 2, including 8-Bit Link and a Wind Waker two-pack, with special functionality in the upcoming Breath of the Wild.
Shelves? We’re well past shelves here.