List of games with Miis

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This is a list of games that include Miis in minor roles (NPCs, background characters, UI icons, etc.).

Games with Miis in non-playable roles

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A Japan-only 2012 Nintendo 3DS game where the player's Miis can join a musical performance for the Japanese female idol group AKB48. The player manages her weekly schedule and skills in Singing, Dancing, Conversation and can customise her clothing. All members of the group at the time of the game's release appear. There are rhythm gameplay elements during the performances utilising on-screen commands and the Touch Screen in time to the music, in which the player must earn enough points to succeed. However, the player can also choose to simply watch performances, with the Miis and outfits that they choose. The game also comes with a AR Card to project performances into augmented reality. The digital version of the game was delisted from Nintendo eShop on October 24, 2013.[1]

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree/Big Brain Academy for Wii

Miis are used as save icons, player distinction, and front-ground characters in the hall.

Chess Challenge!!

Coaster Creator

Deal or No Deal

Dr. Mario World

Miis are used as save icons, and can be optionally replaced with Dr. Mario.

Family & Friends Party

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time

Kid Icarus: Uprising

Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan

Kuruma de DS

Kuruma de DS (クルマでDS) is a Japan-only game for playing Nintendo DS while driving in a real-life car. It is also published by Nintendo in collaboration with Toyota and Honda and with development by Denso-Ten[2]. It uses bluetooth to communicate with car navigation systems (GPS). Compatible cars include ECLIPSE AVN-ZX02i in Toyota's "Prius", "Alphard", and "Vellfire" cars, as well as Honda's "FIT" series of cars.[3].

Features include controlling the mapping system[4], participating in local quizzes (ご当地クイズ), using hand-drawn map notes, and viewing tourist information. However, more specific information about the game is obscure, and the game has not been properly data-mined yet. Another issue is that the game currently cannot be properly emulated for research (only recorded using a camera or a capture device on a real Nintendo DS).

Like Tomodachi Collection and Personal Trainer: Walking, it included a Mii Maker, despite being a Nintendo DS game. The Mii is used as an avatar for the driver. It is possible to specify data about the car, including its color, steering wheel and name. Furthermore, the player can register information about their home location and local area. The game also includes voice synthesis.[5]

Madden NFL 09 All-Play

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Metroid Prime: Trilogy

My Pokémon Ranch

Miis appear as characters in My Pokémon Ranch. They can interact with Pokémon using toys. In addition, pre-made characters using the Mii system appear as the owner of the player's ranch and the ranches of Club Look-See.

NBA Live 08

NBA Live 09 All-Play

NCAA Football 09 All-Play

New Super Mario Bros. 2

Miis are used as StreetPass icons in the Coin Rush game mode.

Nintendogs + Cats

Pikmin Bloom

Creating a Mii in Pikmin Bloom.

Miis are used as avatars in Pikmin Bloom.

Pokémon Rumble Blast

Pokémon Rumble Rush

Pool Revolution: Cue Sports


Rhythm Heaven Megamix

The Miis as they appear in Rhythm Heaven Megamix.

Rhythm Heaven Megamix (リズム天てん国ごく ザ・ベスト+プラス?, Rhythm Tengoku: The Best+), also known as Rhythm Paradise Megamix in Europe, and Rhythm Sesang: The Best+ (리듬 세상 더 베스트+플러스?, Rhythm World: The Best+) in Korea, released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2015 in Japan and 2016 in North America, Europe, Australia, and South Korea, is the fourth game in the Rhythm Heaven Series, a video game series mainly developed by Nintendo SPD made of various mini-games called "Rhythm Games" in which the player must press a certain button/tap at the right time to the given cues.

In every game of the series, the player has to play a Introduction session before accessing the first Rhythm Game in which the player will be introduced to the concept of rhythm, with the introduction also being available for replay later.

Rhythm Heaven Megamix's introduction the player who is represented by the Mii selected when creating a save file. The player has to hit drums a few times, after which two more drummers randomly selected by the consoles Mii Maker will come into view. The player is then introduced to using visual cues to play. Once the player has attempted to match the other Miis 3 times, music will begin playing to introduce using audio cues. At the end, the game will introduce a Skill Star (A star given to the player if they successfully land an input perfectly at a certain time), and challenge the player to get it.

The Introduction has no impact on the main game, and the skill star being collected does not impact progress.

The Introduction is also used at the end of the story mode/game, titled "Final Remix", which has the role of being a combination of games that were shown earlier, and then being a combination of games from the entire series, with their themes being played. The Introduction is used as the last game representing Rhythm Heaven Megamix.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D

Samba de Amigo

Mii's are used as a save icon, player icon (used to differentiate different players), and background characters that dance with the music.

SoccerUp 3D

Sonic Generations

Sonic Lost World

Super Mario 3D Land

Miis are used as icons for save files when connecting to other players via StreetPass.

Super Mario 3D World

Miis were ghost representatives of players from Miiverse. They wore Sprixie Princess costumes in their favorite color and up to three could be raced against. Upon Miiverse being shutdown on November 7 2017, Ghost Miis no longer appear in the game. They do not return in the Nintendo Switch port.

Super Mario Maker 2

Miis are used as avatars in Course World, the game's online mode. They can have their clothing and pose customized, with the former being almost entirely unlockable.

Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

Miis are used as a StreetPass icon, and are used as the player icon for stages.

Super Mario Run

Miis are used as player icons in Toad Rally, Remix 10 and the Friends list.

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10

WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009

Yakuman Wii: Ide Yosuke no Kenkou Mahjong

Yosuke Ide no Kenkou Mahjong DSi

Miis are used for save icons as well as acting as a representation for the player character (CPU do not use Miis, instead using a different type of character). Like Tomodachi Collection and Personal Trainer: Walking, the game includes a built-in Mii Maker, despite being a Nintendo DSi game. Also like those games, Miis can be imported from the Wii as well.

Games that only use Miis as player icons

Games that only use Miis as save data (or online play) icons


Wii series games
Tomodachi series
Swapnote series
Other Mii-centered games
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo DS
Non-Mii games for the Wii
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo 3DS
Non-Mii games for the Wii U
Non-Mii games for the Nintendo Switch
Non-Mii games for other platforms