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Developer Nintendo EAD
Publisher Nintendo
Platforms Android, IOS
Release date Japan March 17th, 2016
US Flag March 31st, 2016
Genre Life simulation
Ratings Android
E rating
Pegi 3+
Pegi 3
iOS Rated 4+
Website Official Website (US)
"So glad to be home! Oh, hi! How'd you get in? Oh, you're me! Or I'm you—same thing! So you know I'm [Mii], right? Anyway, welcome to Miitomo! Having fun with friends is what Miitomo is all about! And once we start adding friend,s they'll want to know all about us... We'd better give them something to talk about!"
— Mii, Miitomo

Miitomo is a life-simuation game released for Mobile devices, and is a spin-off to the Tomodachi series. The player can create their own Mii and socialize with other players, or import up to 100 other Miis as "Sidekick Miis". A Nintendo ID is required for the use of the game.


Question of the Day

A Mii asking the player a question of the day

Much like the main Tomodachi games, the player can create Miis that can be customized to the player's liking, including their appearance, personality, and voice. The player, however, can also socialize with other players, either through QR Codes, Mutual Twitter followers, Facebook friends, or a connection with nearby players.

The player can still interact with the Miis they import, and give them items for their liking, such as clothes. If a certain item is not available in the clothes shop, the player is able to play a minigame known as Miitomo Drop, featuring the player dropping imported Miis in hopes that they will land in a certain slot, allowing the player to receive a prize based on what is in that slot.

Differences from the main Tomodachi Series

  • The Buddy and Free Spirit personalities were changed to Confidant and Individualist, respectively.
  • Although the Mii's idle and walking poses are unchanged from the main series, an Easygoing Mii's poses are somewhat altered. Firstly, their arms are straight as they bob their head and arms back and forth, much like in Collection and the Japanese release of Life.
  • The Miis have different walking sounds, depending on their personality.
  • Any sidekick Miis the player imports cannot interact with each other, meaning friendships, fights, confessions, marriages, and babies are not included.
  • When a friend comes to visit your Mii, they will immediately start talking to each other and will keep talking until you finish talking to the visitor.
  • The Mii's talking sound when a visitor is over is in an unintellagible gibberish, its pitch depending on the Mii's voice.
  • Clothing is sold in different articles rather than one preset outfit.
  • Miis have a more expressions than in the main series, and can change their mood mid-sentence depending on what is being talked about.
  • The Mii's talking animations are static and stay the same. Outgoing, Easygoing and Confident Miis will bob their heads and arms while Independent Miis keep their usual thinking poses.
  • An Independent Mii's idle pose is improved slightly, with the hand on their chin sticking out farther.
  • There are two seperate levels, one for popularity and the other for style. The former goes up by interacting with friends, while the latter increses by buying and changing clothes. Happiness levels are not featured in the game.
  • When visiting a friend or if someone comes to visit, the music changes depending on the friends' personality. A slow relaxed theme plays for Easygoing Miis, a Jamaican tropical theme for Outgoing Miis, a techno theme for Confident Miis, and a quiet, futuristic theme for Independent Miis.
  • You cannot change your birthday after it has been set.
  • Miis can't be given first names and last names.


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