According to IGN (via The Wall Street Journal), over 21 million amiibo figurines have been shipped throughout the world.

Recently hitting 14 million in June, the number of shipped amiibo continues to increase worldwide, thanks to the demand of collectors and those nostalgic for Nintendo properties. IGN continues to report (via The WSJ) that 66% of amiibo sales were dealt in North America, whereas Europe holds 20%, and Japan possesses only 11%.

Earlier this month, Nintendo announced that Mega Yarn Yoshi, an amiibo figurine that’s likely to be 3-4 times bigger than traditional amiibo, will be sold exclusively through Toys R Us retailers for $39.99.

So, what are your thoughts on amiibo? Do you collect these nostalgic pieces of Nintendo history, or is this not really a thing for you? Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. And for more information regarding everything else that is Nintendo, you’re already in the right place, Pure Nintendo.