StreetPass Mii Plaza

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StreetPass Mii Plaza
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Logo of StreetPass Mii Plaza
Details
Developer(s) Nintendo
Arzest (later updates)
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s) Japan February 26, 2011
Europe March 25, 2011
North America March 27, 2011
Australia March 31, 2011
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Rating(s) ESRB: ESRB E.png - Everyone
PEGI: PEGI 7.png - Ages 7+
CERO: CERO A.png - All ages
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StreetPass Mii Plaza, released in 2011, is a piece of built-in software for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems that works in tandem with the Mii Maker. The game does not have one specific story or set game mode, but multiple unique sub-games for the player to progress through simultaneously.

Gameplay

StreetPass Mii Plaza's main focus is on the StreetPass functionality of the Nintendo 3DS Family. If two 3DS users tag each other, their Miis will appear in each other's plazas and can be used to progress further in the games included with the software. Miis will greet each other at the Plaza Gate, where tagged Miis will give a short greeting with their name, birthday, country of residence, and latest played game (if the tagged user allows it). If a user is tagged twice or more, upon greeting the player, their Mii will ask what the player thinks of them. The player can respond with "Fantastic!" or "Ok, I guess...", with the tagged Mii responding positively or negatively, respectively. If the player thinks the tagged Mii is fantastic, this information will be delivered to the recipient if two ever tag again. After two StreetPass users tag each other, they cannot tag each other again until 8 hours pass. Special Miis, usually those of Nintendo employees, were occasionally distributed via SpotPass. These Miis would wear unique golden pants unobtainable by the player. If the user had played a 3DS game with online multiplayer, the Miis of those they had played with would appear in their plaza, but could not be used to progress through any of the games.

The most beneficial way other StreetPass users should be tagged changes from game to game. Tagging multiple people at once is usually beneficial to progress through most games, such as in Ultimate Angler and Mii Force, where a higher number of tagged users at once gives the player significantly more playstyles to choose from compared to the single playstyle tagging a single user would give. Select games also add benefits for tagging the same person repeatedly, such as how Find Mii increases the damage heroes can deal if they were tagged multiple times, and Monster Manor benefitting the player by giving repeatedly tagged Miis a wider selection of floor pieces for the player to choose from.

List of tools

Exchange Booth

The Exchange Booth is a area that the player has where they can exchange Plaza Tickets for Outfits and Speech Bubbles with stock changing daily. The way to get plaza tickets is by playing and progressing through wave one and two games. the amount of plaza tickets in each game being 22, for a total of 132 Tickets to collect.  [needs verification]

VIP Room

The VIP Room is a feature of the premium pass the player can purchase. It lets the player store up to a maximum of 100 StreetPass Miis that they want to keep permanently. This prevents the Miis from being deleted when their plaza reaches full capacity.

StreetPass Birthdays

This is a premium feature that allows the player to collect birthdays from StreetPass Miis. The goal being to collect every single day of the year. The feature also gives Plaza Tickets

StreetPass Map

This is a map of the country the player lives in that highlights a state or territory where the StreetPass Mii was found. The goal being to highlight the whole map. If the player has also visited multiple countries, those will be shown too.

Accomplishments

This is a list of certain achievements the player is given and tasked to complete. There is no reward for completing these, they are just cosmetic.

Music Player

The music player lets the player listen to certain tracks they have heard in-game. The player is allowed to play the music in their plaza if they have the premium pass.

Game Vault

This lets the player store games that they dont want to see alerts for when they get a StreetPass Tag.

Entrance/Line

This is the spot where StreetPass Miis are greeted. The entrance storing only 10 StreetPass Miis, while the Line will store 100 StreetPass miis if the player has the premium pass.

The plaza from version 1.0

Games

StreetPass Mii Plaza contains 14 unique games, each with their own plot. Upon starting the software for the first time, the player will begin with only two games; Find Mii and Puzzle Swap, but the player can choose to receive either Market Crashers or Slot Car Rivals for free. Find Mii II is unlocked after completing Find Mii twice, and will then become accessible from the same part of the plaza. The other games, including the one not chosen in the aforementioned free offer, are purchasable within the software from the Salesbunny. The games are categorized as follows:

Initial games (2011)

All three of these games were developed by Nintendo SPD, along with the software itself.

DLC wave 1 (2013)

These games released in version 3.0, which was mainly focused on these games.

DLC wave 2 (2015)

These games released in version 4.0, along with the Premium Pass.

DLC wave 3 (2016)

These games were released in version 5.0 of the software, which was largely focused on providing a faster user experience. The games reflect this in being designed around shorter play sessions.

Due to the closing of the Nintendo éShop in 2023, attempting to buy something from the Salesbunny will result in the game crashing, then closing moments later.

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