Pikmin 2025 Wall Calendar

Grow your collection of leaves, buds, and flowers throughout 2025 with this 12-month wall calendar featuring colorful art from the Pikmin™ video game series from Nintendo®.

A mysterious mix of plant and animal, the plucky creatures from Pikmin™ are loyal, clever, and ready to follow your lead. Evolving from leaf to bud to flower, these small but industrious workers always get the job done, never hesitating to solve a puzzle or battle bigger enemies. Watch the fearless spirit of these small but mighty adventurers grow and multiply all year long with this 12-month calendar featuring colorful illustrations from the Nintendo video game series.

Features include:

  • 12" x 12" (12" x 24" open)
  • Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based ink
  • Planning spread for September–December 2024
  • Spans January–December 2025
  • Generous grid space for notes, appointments, and reminders
  • Official major world holidays and observances
  • Moon phases, based on Universal Time
  • Bright illustrations from Pikmin™ video game

About the Author

The pioneer in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo® has created franchises that have become household names worldwide, through its integrated hardware and software products. Nintendo aims to deliver unique, intuitive entertainment experiences for everyone, manufacturing and marketing video game devices such as the Nintendo Switch™ family of systems, developing and operating applications for smart devices, and collaborating with partners on a range of other entertainment initiatives like visual content and theme parks. From the launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System™ more than 30 years ago, through today and into the future, Nintendo’s continuing mission is to create unique entertainment that puts smiles on the faces of people all over the world.

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