As you all know, amiibo They are small figures of characters from Nintendo that can be collected and, in addition, be used in different video games to obtain different rewards thanks to your chip NFC. Since the launch of these products in 2014 the range of possibilities that fans have when it comes to acquiring the one of the character they like the most has been expanding, currently being the complete collection of a total of 208 different figures
For this reason, as we previously informed you, the user Paul Murphy began to perform a extensive unofficial amiibo guide which includes the details and functions of each of them in the different titles with which they are compatible. In order to carry out this great project, he opened a page on the popular website at the beginning of last April Kickstarter, so that those interested could contribute with its financing, as has happened on other occasions with similar ideas. In fact, at that time, despite missing 30 days for the end of this campaign, it had already managed to raise almost 17.000 $
Well, we get news about this unofficial guide. It turns out that if you are currently trying to access the project The Unofficial amiibo Handbook, indicates that is the subject of a Nintendo intellectual property dispute and is currently unavailable
It should be noted that the Nintendolife media has contacted Paul Murphy and told them that he hopes to solve the problem and that this does not mean that the book is canceled, although he will be happy to return the money to whoever wishes to obtain it.
Hey everyone, yes, I am aware and will respond shortly. In the event that it can’t be resolved, Kickstarter will refund, don’t worry. 🙂
— Paul Murphy (@PMurphy1978) May 14, 2021
Hello everyone, yes, I am aware and will respond shortly. In case it can’t be solved, Kickstarter will refund, don’t worry 🙂
What do you think?