PN532 sketches release soon

Hi! The Arduino sketches for amiibo cloning using the PN532 NFC module are ready and have been tested.

As I promised, everyone who donated their money for the sketches development got their hands on the sketches earlier.

My patrons at Patreon got early access too, so if you can’t wait, then it’s probably the right time to join!

The rest will get an access to the sketches in one week. Subscribe to the blog updates if you don’t want to miss the release, the subscription form is available on the blog sidebar somewhere on the right.

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Companion script to simplify amiibo cloning with arduino

Update May 1, 2017

Thanks to this script, now there is an online tool available, where you can prepare your dumps no matter what OS you use.

The manual dump editing, described in the initial article, is quite a long and boring process. Moreover, if you’re not careful enough, any mistake can lead to a wasted tag.

In order to change this the redditor ShoGinn made a script which greatly simplifies the process.

Here’s what you need to make it work: Continue reading

Create amiibo clones with Arduino

Probably the cheapest way of making amiibo clones.

Amiibos are the NFC-enabled figurines and cards manufactured by Nintendo. There is a lot of games for Wii U and Nintendo 3DS which use amiibo in a number of ways. Learn more about amiibo on Nintendo site

Nowadays there is more and more games appear which annoyingly ask the player to buy new figurines. It’s more comfortable and fun to play! — they say. Other games went even farther and don’t work without amiibos at all.

If you’re a collector and don’t mind spending 10-15 bucks on another figurine then you can stop reading right here. This article might be interesting for more practical and thrifty readers who would like to get familiar with amiibo but don’t want to spend a lot of money on a collection of certainly beautiful but pretty useless things the main purpose of which is to collect dust on shelves.

And probably you’re trying to protect your amiibo figurines so hard that you don’t want to touch them at all. Then this article may be useful for you! You will be able to make the exact copies of your figurines and play with them, while the originals are kept in a safe!

Interested? Then let’s do it!
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