Did you know that, when Nintendo was originally founded in 1889, its first product was hand-painted flower cards known as “hanafuda”? To this day, Nintendo has continued producing playing cards and, starting tomorrow, your Pikmin will be able to find and don them too!
Date & Time
September 5th 0:00 am local time to September 25th 11:59 pm local time
During the event, you’ll be able to obtain “Gold Seedlings” that will grow into “Flower Card” Decor Pikmin by joining Weekly Challenges and clearing event-specific tasks!
- You won’t receive a “Gold Seedling” if you leave a Weekly Challenge halfway through.
- There’s a total of 20 tasks, and they are displayed one at a time. You must clear the current task in order to move on to the next one.
- “Flower Card” Decor is available in 6 different designs each for Red, Yellow, Blue and Purple Pikmin.
Flower cards usually depict different flowers and plants, like plum and cherry blossoms, or red colored leaves. The full set is usually divided by month, and highlights the beauty of the different seasons through nature. Imagine carrying a piece of each season with you as you stroll about with your squad!
Show off your “Flower Card” Decor Pikmin using hashtag #PikminSpotted on social media!
- In order for the “Flower Card” Decor Pikmin to be displayed correctly, please use app version v52 or later.
Please be aware of your surroundings and follow guidelines from local health authorities when playing Pikmin Bloom. Upcoming events are subject to change. Be sure to follow us on social media, opt in to receiving push notifications, and subscribe to our emails to stay updated.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. Steps are not added for the step task (even when the steps in the Lifelog increase, they are not added to the step count in the task).
The step count displayed in the Lifelog is linked to Apple Health/Google Fit, and the app or device function may automatically adjust and deduct the number of steps that are counted too many. On the other hand, the step count in the Flower Card Pikmin tasks, once added, will not decrease. Even if the steps in Apple Health/Google Fit decrease, the steps in the task will remain the same and will be counted again once your actual step count exceeds that number.