PSA: You can get some free My Nintendo Platinum now on the Splatoon 3 site

Splatoon 3 My Nintendo

100 Platinum for a quick scavenger hunt

If you’re hankering for some quick Splatoon 3 My Nintendo platinum, you’ve come to the right place. You can net 100 points now via the game’s official site, so long as you’re in the mood for a quick scavenger hunt.

Like many activities before it, the gist is that you’ll be sifting through a Nintendo marketing site for hidden objects: and finding all of them will grant you 100 Platinum Points. In this case, it’s little squids (“squiddos”), which are embedded throughout the various sub-pages for the game. As usual, we have all the solutions below, so you can have it done quickly.

Here’s a quick cheat sheet for the Splatoon 3 My Nintendo challenge:

  • One squid is on the “welcome to Splatsville page” near the middle
  • Two squids are on the how to play page: one near the top below “battle it out online,” and another near the bottom after “work together in Salmon Run”
  • Two squids are on the weapons and gear page: one is below “make it your own,” and the other is right above “save data bonus”

That’s all five! Note that there are no squids present on the “home” or “buy now” pages. Once you pick up your points, you could spend them on the new Splatoon rewards.

As a reminder, if you want physical rewards, you can find our full Platinum Point guide here, which has been updated with details on weekly missions: bookmark it for when you need quick points for a reward. A handful of points is incredibly easy to get, as that’s basically just 15 minutes with Super Mario Run, or a quick sign-on to the 3DS or Wii U 3Shop. Also remember that any shipments are bundled together, so you can pay a flat rate for multiple items instead of paying it each time. Just know that items go out of stock on My Nintendo frequently, and some are never restocked.

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