Monday, September 20th, 2021

“Unofficial amiibo manual” Kickstarter resolved the Nintendo IP dispute and changed the name

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Update #2 [Wed 26th May, 2021 08:45 BST]: The dispute with Nintendo has now been resolved, and the “unofficial amiibo manual” is now called the “unofficial amiibo manual”.

The Kickstarter page has been restored, and the project can now proceed as planned.

Update #1 [Mon 17th May, 2021 11:40 BST]: Due to intellectual property disputes related to the use of amiibo fonts, the Kickstarter of The Unofficial amiibo manual was put on hold. The project has been completed and surpassed its initial funding total of 3,000 pounds, and finally raised an impressive 36,172 pounds.

Enter the page The following information is currently given:

The unofficial amiibo manual is the subject of intellectual property disputes and is currently unavailable.

We have been working with Paul Murphy, The people behind the project (and magazines like that Switch player with Ninety Fresh), he told us that he wanted to solve the problem, Is not Indicates that the book has been cancelled-although he is happy to return the refund to anyone who wishes to obtain the book.

A similar situation occurred in 2016, when Bitmap Books saw that its NES Visual Compendium was subject to an IP controversy over its design. This was quickly resolved, and the crowdfunding campaign continued.

ability [Mon 12th Apr, 2021 16:00 BST]: If you are looking for a physical companion to our growing amiibo database, then this small handbook will help you more.

From Ninty Media, the team behind “Switch Player” magazine and “Ninty Fresh” magazine, this new manual has been Destroyed its Kickstarter goal It will be expanded to people’s doorsteps later this year. It was written by honcho Paul Murphy, director of Ninty Media, and aims to categorize every available number, including all the super rare treasures that will now cost you a penny on eBay:

“There are currently 208 types of amiibo available commercially. It is a concise compilation showing every little plastic (well, actually more resin…some of them wool!) for some of the best video game characters Entertainment.

Whether you intend to collect each, selected or specific franchise, the “Unofficial Amiibo Handbook” will serve you with excerpts of each character containing information and interesting facts. If you want to buy them today, there are even approximate prices.

Amiibo Manual©Ninty Media

At the time of writing, the project has raised more than £17,000 (much more than its original goal of £3,000), and nearly 750 supporters have joined it. If the number of supporters reaches 1,000, the book will also receive a small guide about the characters of “Pokémon Rumble U” as an extra gift to those who support it.

Many different level options are also provided, providing supporters with additional rewards, such as posters, PDF downloads, pin badges, and so on.

Isn’t it cool?Let us know if you plan to Support this project Leave a comment below.