Inkling Girl (Lime Green) amiibo (Splatoon Collection)

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About the Game

Inkling girls hail from the city of Inkopolis in the game Splatoon. They crave team-based competition and love to customise their gear before participating in the hottest sport in town, Turf War! Their hobbies include making a mess, rocking the latest fashions, dancing, and spoiling the nefarious plans of their evil octopus archrivals, the Octarians!

This is a lime green Inkling Girl amiibo.

Release Date: 08 July 2016

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About the Accessory

Inkling Girl (Lime Green) amiibo (Splatoon Collection)

You can use amiibo on your New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL by tapping them to the NFC area on the bottom screen. Alternatively, using the NFC Reader/Writer Accessory you can use amiibo on your Nintendo 2DS, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL.

You can also use amiibo on your Nintendo Switch by tapping them to the NFC touchpoint on the right Joy-Con Controller, or the NFC touchpoint on the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

amiibo can be enjoyed on your Wii U by tapping them to the NFC touchpoint on the Wii U GamePad.

Visit our amiibo compatibility page to see which amiibo work with compatible Nintendo games.


Product Details

  • Platform: amiibo
  • Release Date: 08/07/2016
  • Franchise: Splatoon
  • Age Rating: 3 and over

WARNING! Not suitable for children under 3 years. Choking hazard. Small parts.


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10 out of 10


Brighton GB
As with any amiibo I have bought, it is fantastic quality for the price. 10/10 :)
Confirmed purchase: 07 June 2017
Published on: 10 June 2017
5 out of 10


Reading GB
Thought it would do something different to the other inkling girl but apart from the colour it's exactly the same, doesn't unlock or do anything different to the other one.
Confirmed purchase: 10 April 2017
Published on: 29 April 2017
6 out of 10


London GB
I love Splatoon, and as a Nintendo fan I wanted to collect the majority of amiibo for my own personal collection. This is why I bought it. I like the product as a statuette, but I don't really think this amiibo is any good from a gameplay perspective.

I would not recommend any amiibo to anybody, because the connectivity just isn't there.
Anybody who wants to independently collect these things themselves will probably do so without a recommendation from me anyway.

The main idea behind these things was originally to save small bits of data from one game, and then be able to use that data in another person's copy of the game, or in another game entirely. This is the idea I was given when the concept of amiibo was revealed initially.

amiibo such as the Woolly Yoshi amiibo are good in this way because they allow you to save customisation options, and then use them later somewhere else. I like this.

I believe Wolf Link is the only amiibo so far that can actually use data saved from one game (Zelda TPHD) and have this data affect something significant in another (Zelda BotW)

I absolutely DON'T LIKE and DON'T WANT TO ENCOURAGE it when amiibo are used in a way that are literally just "tap to unlock". Splatoon is the worst offender of this - nothing is being saved to the figure, and the data for the unlocked missions and minigames aren't coming from the figure.

It's not like the old GBA e-reader cards, where the data was literally being read from the card. In this case, it's obvious that all of the Splatoon content is in the game already, and you just need to rub a piece of plastic on your controller in order to see it.
It's kind of ridiculous.
Confirmed purchase: 08 January 2017
Published on: 27 January 2017

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