Every amiibo of every member of Mario's crew is here

Mario has entertained videogame fans for over 35 years, and he shows no signs of slowing down. The Nintendo Switch is home to many great Mario games, most of which are compatible with amiibo. Amiibo are the helpful collectible figurines that can add and unlock features in some of your favorite Nintendo Switch games. For collectors and fans alike, finding every Mario amiibo can be tough, but not impossible. Mario doesn’t give up, and neither should you!

Editor’s note: Some of the amiibo you see on this list are no longer in circulation, and will be both more difficult to track down and more expensive than the standard retail pricing for one of these amiibo figures. You can also use used or imported amiibo since they’re not region-locked.

The cat’s meow

Cat Mario

Staff Pick

In Super Mario 3D World, Mario’s catsuit does a lot more than look really cute. Wearing it, Mario can climb, pounce, and swipe just like a cat. Tapping Cat Mario while playing Super Mario 3D World unlocks the White Catsuit, an invincible version of the powerful power-up.

$15 at Best Buy
$15 at Amazon

Pretty in pink

Cat Peach

Cat Peach is just as versatile as Mario is, and she’s not content with just sitting on the sidelines. This amiibo unlocks a random power-up when used in Super Mario 3D World.

$15 at Best Buy
$15 at Amazon

One of the originals

Mario (Super Smash Bros.)

This version of Mario is one of the first 12 amiibos to ever hit the market. With a fireball in his hand, Mario is not going to take prisoners on the battlefield

$40 at Amazon

Mean and green

Luigi (Super Smash Bros.)

Mario’s younger brother might be an unorthodox fighter, but he is known to get the job done once he gets his hands dirty. This amiibo reflects one of his taunts.

$28 at Amazon

The big bad Koopa himself

Bowser (Super Smash Bros.)

The big bad Koopa is just as formidable in Smash as he is storming the castles of the Mushroom Kingdom. His amiibo is large and imposing, so make sure you clear some space on your shelf for the King.

$13 at Best Buy
$18 at Amazon

Prepare for a royal beatdown

Princess Peach (Super Smash Bros.)

Princess Peach is not a damsel in distress in Smash. She’s a fast fighter with explosive hip thrust and some dizzying combos. Don’t underestimate her.

$25 at Amazon

Buy my games!

Wario (Super Smash Bros.)

Mario’s gross doppelganger joins Smash with his Motorcycle in tow. His amiibo portrays him as he appeared in WarioWare Microgames.

$42 at Amazon

Insatiable appetite

Yoshi (Super Smash Bros.)

Mario’s trusted steed can hold his own in a fight. His long tongue captures anything he touches, and he’ll either send it flying or turn the unlucky prey into an egg. How? Well, you don’t want to know.

$42 at Amazon

Shining bright

Rosalina (Super Smash Bros.)

Rosalina is the newest addition to the Mario crew, first appearing in Super Mario Galaxy. Ever since she’s become a mainstay of the series. In Super Smash Bros, she uses Luma to form massive combos.

Starting at $60 on Amazon

The top banana

Donkey Kong (Super Smash Bros.)

This amiibo represents the most recent version of Link. Here he is frozen in mid-air, aiming a bow and arrow at an unsuspecting foe.

Starting at $69 on Amazon

DK’s little buddy

Diddy Kong (Super Smash Bros.)

Diddy Kong is Donkey Kong’s little buddy. What he lacks in strength, he makes up for with agility.

$64 at Amazon

Heir to the Koopa throne

Bowser Jr. (Super Smash Bros.)

Bowser Jr. is the only son of the Koopa king himself, and he won’t let you forget it. His clown car is full of gadgets to help him get out of any situation.

$13 at Best Buy
$13 at Amazon

Hi, I’m Daisy!

Daisy (Super Smash Bros.)

The spunky tomboy Princess Daisy joins the Super Smash Bros. fight. While similar to Princess Peach, Daisy has got a few moves of her own that make her unique.

$39 at Amazon

Who needs a shot?

Dr. Mario (Super Smash Bros.)

Mario has taken has had many professions in his life, and Doctor, well, that’s just one of dozens. Dr. Mario packs a stronger punch but is a little slower than his normal counterpart.

$28 at Amazon

Looking for a bite?

Piranha Plant (Super Smash Bros.)

This amiibo represents the most recent version of Link. Here he is frozen in mid-air, aiming a bow and arrow at an unsuspecting foe.

$26 at Amazon

Mr. videogames

Mario (Super Mario Series)

This Mario is part of the Super Mario Series. Unlike his Smash counterpart, this Mario is welcoming and friendly.

$30 at Amazon

A timeless villian

Bowser (Super Mario Series)

Bowser has been Mario’s nemesis for years but occasionally joins in on his parties and sporting events. Have they become frenemies?

Starting at $13 at Amazon

Got any fruit?

Yoshi (Super Mario Series)

Yoshi might be known as Mario’s steed (or his trusted babysitter) but Yoshi is known to have an adventure or two of his own from time to time.

$59 at Amazon

Her royal grace

Princess Peach (Super Mario Series)

The Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom is always being captured by Bowser. Maybe it’s time to invest in some better home security.

$27 at Amazon

Loyal servant

Toad (Super Mario Series)

Toad is Princess Peach’s dedicated servant. Despite being a little cowardly, Toad is always happy to throw himself out there for the princess.

$32 at Amazon

Little bro

Luigi (Super Mario Series)

Luigi’s younger brother might not be as brave, but he can jump pretty high. And he owns a mansion!

$25 at Amazon

Treasure is all mine

Wario (Super Mario Series)

Wario is the total opposite of Mario in almost every way. Known for his love of treasure, Wario has searched far and wide to amass piles of treasure and he’s not about to share it with anyone.

Starting at $106 at Amazon

Purple menace

Waluigi (Super Mario Series)

If Wario is the opposite of Mario, then Waluigi is the opposite of Luigi. He often joins Wario on his evil exploits, though their relationship is unknown.

$70 at Amazon

The other princess

Daisy (Super Mario Series)

Princess Daisy rules Sarasaland, which was once attacked by the alien Tatanga. Since being rescued by Mario, she’s a frequent guest at his parties and events.

$16 at Amazon

The cosmic mother

Rosalina (Super Mario Series)

Rosalina is the mother of the Lumas and the watcher of the cosmos. She keeps an eye on all of Mario’s adventures from the Comet Observatory.

Starting at $64 at Amazon

The big ape

Donkey Kong (Super Mario Series)

Donkey Kong may have started life as a Mario antagonist, but he’s made quite a name for himself since then. Eating bananas with his friend Diddy Kong is more his style.

$54 at Amazon

Kool kong

Diddy Kong (Super Mario Series)

Wherever Donkey Kong is, Diddy Kong is not far behind him.

$60 at Amazon

Peekaboo

Boo

A frightfully shy member of the Mushroom Kingdom, they are usually terrified to look someone in the eye, preferring to lurk closely behind instead.

$27 at Amazon

Everyone’s first bad guy

Goomba

The first enemy to ever appear in a Mario game, Goomba’s can be dispatched with a bonk to the head.

$76 at Amazon

Foot soldiers

Koopa Troopa

Koopa Troopas are Bowser’s loyal foot soldiers. While they come in different varieties, most are powerless without their shell.

$111 at Amazon

24k Mario

Mario Gold Edition (Super Mario Series)

A special gold edition of the Mario amiibo has become quite a collector’s item.

$94 at Amazon

What glitters isn’t always gold

Mario Silver Edition (Super Mario Series)

And just in case you needed another limited edition, hard to find amiibo, there’s a silver edition of Mario’s amiibo too.

$62 at Amazon

Dapper Mario

Wedding Mario

Mario is dressed to the nines, even if it’s just to stop Bowser’s wedding. He wasn’t going to miss the opportunity to dress for the occasion.

$44 at Amazon

Not her big day

Wedding Princess Peach

Peach is dressed for her wedding day…to Bowser?!

$34 at Amazon

Bowser’s looking sharp

Wedding Bowser

Bowser is dressed in his very best for his illegitimate marriage to Princess Peach.

$60 at Amazon

But it’s a breakfast cereal!

Delicious amiibo

Ok, so this isn’t a traditional amiibo by any means, but the box acts just like a Mario amiibo does. I don’t know if I’d eat the cereal today, though.

Starting at $13 at Ebay

8-bit sheen

8-bit Mario (Modern)

To celebrate Mario’s 30th anniversary, a pixelated version of the plumber was released. Wow, how time flies.

$40 at Amazon

Classic looks

8-bit Mario (Classic)

The 30th anniversary 8-bit Mario also comes in a classic color.

$15at Amazon

Turbo charged

Turbo Charge Donkey Kong

This one is quite a collector’s item. Made as an addition to Skylanders SuperChargers, the great ape is a powerhouse, and he’s fast, too.

Starting at $35 at Amazon

Hammer time

Hammer Slam Bowser

Another addition to the Skylanders SuperChargers game, Bowser comes equipped with his fire breath and a super large hammer.

$50 at Amazon

Power-up with Mario amiibo

Here that was every Mario amiibo available — and we’re sure there’s going to be more to come. Whether you’ve been collecting amiibo since they launched, or grabbed one or two along the years, amiibo have proven to be far more than just a collectible.

Some of the best amiibo unlock additional conditions for myriad games for the 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo Switch. Our favorite right now is Cat Mario. Released alongside Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Cat Mario offers a great power-up to players who need some extra help on their quest to save the Sprixies, and he looks super cute on any bookshelf.

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