Super Smash Bros. 3DS Update 1.0.5 Is Now Live

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amiibo support and even more juicy features have arrived


The anticipated Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS amiibo update has finally arrived, lining up with the wider western launch of the New Nintendo 3DS this week. In addition to amiibo figurine support, Version 1.0.5 of the portable version of Smash also allows players to post in-game photos to Miiverse, and share and download replay & Mii Fighter data with other users globally. It should be noted, any content posted to official server will be deleted after 30 days.


To activate the Smash Bros. update, users can head over to the eShop, or download it when starting the game from the HOME Menu. As usual, this latest update is required for players who wish to continue using the game's online multiplayer features, and also means users can no longer play local multiplayer with those without the update installed. Additionally, any replay data that was saved prior to the update will no longer be playable.

Take a look at the official changelog below and get updating:


This update also includes the previous game updates.


Share mode has been added.

  • Users will be able to post photos, replay data, and Mii Fighter data to the official server to share with other users around the world. Users will also be able to search and download the content as well.
  • Users can only post their own content. Content posted to the server will be deleted after 30 days.
  • Users will be able to share and exchange photos, replay data, and Mii Fighter data with users on their 3DS Friend List.
  • Content will be received when the Nintendo 3DS is connected to the Internet
  • It may take some time to receive the data
  • Content uploaded to the server will be deleted from the server after 30 days.
  • Users will be able to post photos to Miiverse from within the game
  • Photos will be posted to the official Snapshot Sharing Community

amiibo functionality has been added to New Nintendo 3DS XL.

  • Users can tap their amiibo figure to the touchscreen to transform them into
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