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.
The most recent amiibo arrivals were 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.
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Every hero needs an arch frenemy, and King Dedede is Kirby's! He calls himself the King of Dream Land, but he doesn't have a lot of interest in ruling. His hobbies include eating, stirring up trouble, and yelling orders at his loyal Waddle Dees while bashing things with his huge hammer.
Round, pink and surprisingly powerful, Kirby is one of the most iconic heroes in video game history. A denizen of the peaceful planet Pop Star, Kirby became a citizen of Dream Land after defeating King Dedede. He can inhale things with his big mouth, either copying their abilities or spitting them out again.
Kirby's mysterious rival, this masked swordsman appears in several Kirby games. His giant cape transforms into wings, giving him the power of flight. He also captains a giant battleship, the Halberd, in order to take control of Dream Land. Meta Knight has shown his face briefly before, but his relationship to Kirby is still a mystery.
Dream Land is filled with these carefree creatures, strolling from place to place. Generally peaceful, their slow pace can be a problem when Kirby's in a hurry. Waddle Dees take on all kinds of jobs around the land, from guard to lumberjack. They also sometimes use parasols to float down through the skies!