The comes after Nintendo announced that it had sold 5.7 million amiibo the end of December 2014, the sale of vacation amiibo is very strong. While the 'Delivery' includes units on the shelves not only those in the hands of customers, it is clear that demand is high, so Nintendo has sent several million statuettes for retailers. It is the motivation behind this demand by games such as Super Smash Bros. Wii U (fastest selling game Wii U so far), Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, which appeared in January.

Nintendo also presented the collapse of the largest markets in Play '. North America is the largest market with amiibo amiibo 66% of sales, sold 20% amiibo in Europe and 3% in Australia and 11% in Japan, the home of Nintendo.This is not surprising, since 73% of the sales of Nintendo usually come from abroad (89% Amiibo sold outside of Japan),  RS Gold sales of the Wii U is actually in Japan due to high real challenge smartphones gaming.

The now would be if Nintendo can keep up with demand. CEO Satoru Iwata previously raised the issue of amiibo shortage, saying it is difficult to predict the total demand, the company has increased production and is doing his best to get the statuette for customers. In the meantime, the problem may get worse in coming release, Splatoon, and through the mystical world of animals Yoshi: Home Designer, which allows players to Runescape old models 3DS to use amiibo too.Are you Mosque amiibo?