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In case you didn't know already, amiibo are NFC-ready toys which offer connectivity features with games on the Wii U, 3DS and Switch, but also serve as highly-detailed and very desirable trinkets that look great on your shelf.

While other toys-to-life ranges have fallen by the wayside over the years, the amiibo range has grown and grown, with Nintendo continuing to release new figures which are quickly snapped up by keen collectors.

This week sees the release of two new amiibo – Richter Belmont from Konami's Castlevania series and Dark Samus from Metroid Prime.

With almost 200 figures available at the time of writing, keeping track of these toys is hard – until now, that is! Below you'll find every single amiibo released so far, and you can also search the range using keywords or by clicking the relevant links. Oh, and don't forget to hover your mouse over the amiibo image to see what its box art looks like, too.

List of Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary Series amiibo

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30th Anniversary Mario - Classic Color amiibo

30th Anniversary Mario - Classic Color amiibo30th Anniversary Mario - Classic Color amiibo Pack
Character
Mario
Series
Super Mario
amiibo Series
Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary Series
Released
10th Sep 2015
Official Site
nintendo.com

Mario's style has evolved throughout his many adventures and challenges. This blocky, classic look harkens back to his design in the original Super Mario Bros. game that launched for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985. His iconic red overalls and brownish shirt represent the classic color scheme used in the original game

30th Anniversary Mario - Modern Color amiibo

30th Anniversary Mario - Modern Color amiibo30th Anniversary Mario - Modern Color amiibo Pack
Character
Mario
Series
Super Mario
amiibo Series
Super Mario Bros. 30th Anniversary Series
Released
10th Sep 2015
Official Site
nintendo.com

Mario's style has evolved throughout his many adventures and challenges. This blocky, classic look harkens back to his design in the original Super Mario Bros. game that launched for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985. His blue overalls and red shirt represent his modern color scheme, and are mixed with the retro aesthetic of the original game.