|The default Mii designs.|
Miis are Nintendo's standard for cross-game digital avatars from the Wii onwards. Miis are used to represent the player, their family and friends, celebrities, and other characters. They can be used in games and other software, with functionality ranging from minor visual changes to makeshift user account systems, and are the only playable characters in games such as the Wii series of games.
Miis are created and stored using Mii Maker applications on the Wii, Nintendo 3DS , Wii U, and Nintendo Switch, as well as certain software for Nintendo DS, smart devices, and personal computers. Mii data was also designed compactly enough to be stored on a Wii Remote.
Miis were the first widely successful iteration of Shigeru Miyamoto's idea for face creation software. This idea had persisted since the Famicom, but had been shot down repeatedly as he and other Nintendo employees agreed that it couldn't be made into a full game. The design of Miis draws inspiration from kokeshi dolls.
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You can select your Miis to be on a team in Mario's Batter-Up Baseball, and here are his/her stats.
- Team name: Custom
- Alternative colorations: Depends on the favorite color of the Mii
- Speed: 5/10
- Batting: 5/10
- Pitching: 5/10
- Fielding: 5/10
- Good chemistry with: Anybody who is the same color as the Mii's favorite color
In Super Smash Bros. Channel, Miis can be selected as playable characters. Each Mii can have a customized moveset, er go, a Mii that uses Mario's fireballs and Kirby's final cutter, and a Mii that uses Sonic's homing attack and Pikachu's thunder.
- Bow and Arrow (Side)
- Jet pack (Up)
- Bowl (Down)
- Mii Parade (Final Smash)
- Neutral Attack - Punches forward with a boxing glove.
- Neutral side- Swings a golf club.
- Up Tilt - Hits a tennis ball upwards.
- Down Tilt - Drops a bowling ball behind itself.
- Dash Attack - Runs around punching the area around him/her.
|Mii's Special Moves|
|Standard Special||Wiimote Hand|
|Side Special||Spin N Punch|
|Down Special||Bowling Ball|
|Final Smash||Mii Parade|
The Miis appear as unlockable characters in P-Floatie Racers. To be unlocked, the player must beat all 4 cups in 50cc difficulty. Their weights varies depending on the Mii's height and weight and shares their P-Floatie colors with other characters and their decal's background is in a darker shade of said color. Male Miis wear swimming trunks and female Miis wear one-piece swimsuits (Both clothing pieces are colored after the Mii's favorite color, of course).
In WarioWare: 3 Dimensions, Miis have their own microgames.
In Mario Basketball: Mushroom Tourney, you can choose to use any Mii from your Mii Maker. You can also choose what your Mii excels at, Speed, Power, Technical, or All-Around. The default Mii is always All-Around.
Miis appear as playable characters in Mario Party: Wonder World.
Two Mii character appear in this game a Male character and a Female character.
Mii (Male) appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch (mainly known as Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Deluxe) as a playable character. He is an All-Around character type and his special move is Sword Thrust Shot. He is a secret character and to unlock him you must complete the Fire Tourney on Normal Difficulty (or above). His default partner is Mii (Female). His team name is the Sword Thrusters.
Mii (Female) appears in Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Switch (mainly known as Mario Hoops 3-On-3 Deluxe) as a playable character. She is a Technical character type and her special move is Gunner Shot. She is a secret character to unlock her you must complete Fire Tourney on Normal Difficulty (or above). Her default partner is Mii (Male). Her team name is the Gun Shooters.