Nintendo Switch GUI Amiibo Manager homebrew for emulation with emuiibo (nfp mitm)
How to use
- Download and setup emuiibo on your Switch. Once all your bin files have been placed in the emuiibo folder and that you rebooted your console, you should see that they have been replaced with folders of the same name and files inside (including the amiibo.bin file), keep that in mind.
- Download AmiiSwap and place the
switchfolder inside the zip file at the root of your sd card.
- The folder at
sdmc:/switch/AmiiSwapcontains a settings.txt file, it's an example file and you need to edit it to fit your amiibos and needs. There's a section below explaining how to set it up.
- Launch AmiiSwap, select a game/category you created in the settings file -> select the amiibo you want -> press A -> Confirm
You can change amiibos whenever you want by just going back into AmiiSwap and selecting another amiibo.
How to setup the settings file
The settings.txt should be place in
sdmc/switch/AmiiSwap, the format is really simple.
This file allows you to "create" categories of amiibos, you can choose to organize them by anything (game name, category ect.). For the sake of this guide we'll use game names to organize amiibos
Here's an example settings file:
[Mario Kart 8] Bowser Captain Falcon Donkey Kong [Zelda BOTW] 20 Heart Wolf Link Bokoblin Guardian
And here is how the emuiibo folder is set
Your game names should be between brackets (you can set it to anything), example: [Super Smash Bros]. After that, create a new line for each amiibos (with their name) you have and want to put in that game. The amiibo name should be the name of the folders created by emuiibo. You can add another game by simply doing these 2 steps again
How to navigate
- Use the
left stickto navigate menus,
right stickto navigate faster.
Bto go back to the main menu
- Use the github issues to report problems/bugs OR
- Join the discord server for support, news/announcements before anyone, be a tester or just talk.