We’re still anxiously awaiting the launch of Miitomo, Nintendo’s first Android app ever, but in Japan, the app has already gone live in its respective app stores. For those curious to see what they’ll be getting themselves into when the app formally launches in your country, you can download/install the Japanese version to play around with in the meantime.
We did just that. The app is built around creating your own little Mii character (a virtual avatar you build to look, sound, and even have the same personality as you) then making friends. After that, your Mii character will help facilitate conversations between you and your friends, being the social butterfly you never knew you had in you.
Of course, there is tons of in-game currency for adding clothes to your wardrobe and keeping things fresh. You obtain coins by logging in, answering Nintendo’s weird questions, and doing other normal things inside the app. It’s fairly interesting and we can’t wait to see how it all comes together once, you know, we have actual friends in the app to interact with.
Miitomo, Nintendo’s first genuine smartphone application, has released in Japan. The social chat-esque client that features all things Nintendo will release later this month on a global level.
Here’s the thing, though… it’s already been localized into English. You can check out the app for yourself right now. Find platform specific instructions below.
The first mobile game called Miitomo Nintendo has allowed gamers to register in advance. Along with supporting the "pre-register", it also provides some interesting information about our latest products, is expected to "cause storm" on the mobile gaming market in 2016.
Miitomo official website, this is a entertainment app , allowing you and your friends to chat in a way that has never appeared so far. This is a free product and is expected to be officially released on both carriers mobile platforms Android and iOS in March next.
Key features of the app for Android entertainment Miitomo
Create Mii characters just like you
Miitomo features Mii characters created from the technology of the Nintendo Wii . Players can choose from a collection of unique faces of applications that create a Mii character that suits him best. Additionally, you can also take pictures with the camera equipment and use your photos to transplant into the character.
After creating "electronic version" of you on Miitomo and nicknamed it, users can customize the way that communication Mii and choose the desired character to character.
Using the Mii as a "spokesman"
In Miitomo, your Mii and another Mii act as the spokesperson. Mii will ask you questions that you probably have never asked myself. Then the character will discuss and provide you with a series of interesting information about the small things in life.
Customization for Mii costumes
Users can freely customize the Mii appearance including clothes, accessories to change the trend to make his character became more prominent.
Making Mii became a star with Miifotos
In Miitomo, users can create a photo gallery for Mii called Miifotos . These images can be inserted with the background includes a lot of different topics, add stickers, fonts .... or use a photo from your library on your computer to do the background for them. Product after processing is complete can share up Twitter , Facebookor Instagram .
- Miitomo free but also includes IAP package allows users to purchase additional character costumes and other items.
- Users need to create an account and register Nintendo. After successful registration, a notice will be sent to your email and download links will be available when the game is officially released.
- The pre-registration will help you get the Nintendo Platinum Points . This is seen as a gift that Nintendo wants to give the fans and this program will be announced at the official launch of the game.
- Miitomo Vietnam is not currently supported.
Before you download, some things you should know about this version. First off, it’s the Japanese version but don’t worry — it’s been completely localized in English (although you can only choose Japan for your country). Second, the data from this version likely wont carry over to the official app that launches for your region. In either case, we recommend checking things out, just be prepared to uninstall the app once the official version goes live for your region later this month. Cheers!