A female Mii

Mii is the players' avatar used in Nintendo Wii, 3DS, Wii U and Switch consoles. They first appeared on the Wii, where they could be created using the built-in Mii Channel and have since appeared in many games on all four consoles, as well as on the Nintendo DS. A Mii created by the player can freely be transferred by any of the four consoles to any other, as well as to the Nintendo DS.

Technically Miis are not characters, they're just avatars originating from the consoles themselves, so they don't have a series that's their own, and their appearance in other games can simply be considered that game using the console's avatar system. However it can be argued that once a player creates a specific Mii, it is a character, and it being able to appear in many different games can be considered a crossover of sorts.

Alternatively some consider Miis more or less as a race, so if a Mii appears in a game, while it's not a character from any other series, it shows that the Mii race exists in that game's universe.

If one chooses to consider either case, all games featuring Miis would be connected through an undirect link.

The games featuring Miis are (when not specified they are playable characters):

Wii games

Nintendo DS games

Nintendo 3DS games

Additionally the character Nikki was created as a Mii mascot for the non-fictional Swapnote software released for Nintendo 3DS on December 22, 2011, and later received her own game.

Wii U games

  • Nintendo Land (November 18, 2012)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (November 18, 2012) and subsequent Mario games Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, Super Mario 3D World, Mario Kart 8 and Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
  • Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (November 18, 2012) and subsequent Sonic games Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games and Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
  • Wii Karaoke U (December 8, 2012) and all subsequend games in the Wii games series (the only softwares not including Miis are Wii Street U and Wii U Panorama View, but they are not games)
  • F1 Race Stars: Powered Up Edition (January 16, 2014)
  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (November 21, 2014): Miis return from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS with the same role.

Mobile games

The first mobile game by Nintendo is centered around Mii:

Nintendo Switch games

Minor appearances

Miis appear as avatar icons in many games, but that doesn't count as an actual appearance.

Other appearances not as proper in-game characters are:


  • WarioWare: Smooth Moves (December 2, 2006): Miis appear in certain microgames (which are fictional within Wario's universe).
  • Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (August 27, 2007): a bubblehead doll of the player's Mii wearing the Varia Suit can be unlocked in the game and will be placed inside of Samus' Gunship.
  • NBA Live 08 (October 2, 2007): a Mii appears as the coach superimposed onscreen.
  • NCAA Football 09 All-Play (July 15, 2008): a Mii appears as the referee superimposed onscreen.
  • Madden NFL 09 (August 12, 2008): Mii versions of the referee and John Madden appear superimposed onscreen.
  • Animal Crossing: City Folk (November 16, 2008): A Mii Mask is available for the player's character to wear. When worn it shows different emotions like a regular Mii, but it's still considered just a mask in-game.


  • AR Games (February 26, 2011): the minigame "Mii Pics" lets the player take 3D pictures with an image of their Mii.
  • Animal Crossing: New Leaf (November 8, 2012): the Mii Mask returns from City Folk.
  • WarioWare Gold (July 27, 2018): one of the microgames (which are fictional within Wario's universe) is Mii Channel, based on the Mii-creating software and the player must choose the right facial features in order to create a specific Mii.