Since its inception in 2014, Amiibo has been redesigning the way we think about Nintendo, gaming and collectible figures.
We’re thrilled to announce that our Squad is currently working hard toward adding every Amiibo figure ever, and lots more, to hobbyDB.
The toys-to-life platform created by the gaming giant breathes a soul into its figures courtesy of an NFC chip, allowing for wireless communications and the storage protocol to seamlessly connect figures to various Nintendo devices.
And now you can build and track your entire collection by choosing from more than 1,800 Amiibo items (and counting) on hobbyDB! We’re currently on pace to have 99 percent of the Amiibo database (as well as autographed items) within the first few months of 2024.
That includes updated price points and UPC codes, which helps collectors easily find and add items to their collections via the barcode scanning tech of the hobbyDB App. Download your Android or iOS version here.
Some recent additions that you’ll now find on the hobbyDB database are Amiibo’s Animal Crossing Card Series 1, along with new NFC figures and their subvariants.
With lots more to come, including what we hope will be new Amiibo figures to commemorate the potential spring release of Nintendo’s long awaited new Switch 2 console. Can you say new Super Mario Brothers?
A very special thank you goes out to Javier Serrano, aka hobbyDB member Fjaviserr, who dedicated countless hours and energy to improve and update the entire Amiibo database on hobbyDB.
Ready to start building your Amiibo collection? Click here to begin! What kind of Amiibo do you collect? Tell us in the comments below!
Javier, you are the best! Thanks for doing this!
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