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NaMiiO Lets You Backup Amiibo to Windows PCs: Smash Bros. Storage System

by Lambert Varias
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A few months ago, we featured Amiiqo, an NFC token that can store up to 200 Amiibo profiles. However, you need to have an Android device with an NFC chip to transfer the data to and from Amiiqo. A new backup system called NaMiiO negates the need for an Android device with a USB NFC adapter and a backup software for Windows.

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As you’ll see in the demo video below, NaMiiO is extremely easy to use. However, it seems like NaMiiO’s proxy Amiibo tokens can hold only one Amiibo profile at a time. NaMiiO mitigates this a bit by including two proxy tokens per set and colored stickers to label them.

But archiving Amiibo is just half of NaMiiO’s purpose. It also has a built-in editor that lets you alter the Amiibo’s stats:

That was nasty. You can order NaMiiO from AliExpress for ~$67 (USD). Nintendo should release its own backup system before this gets out of hand.

[via NintendoFuse]

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