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Mii

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A Mii is a customisable Nintendo avatar intended to represent a person, such as the player.

Officially their debut was on the Wii, where they are well known as characters in Wii Sports, but experiments with customisable Nintendo avatars started earlier, such as with the Nintendo 64DD.

Mii also appear on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and Nintendo Switch, and in many other games, such as (with many other examples) the Tomodachi series or as playable characters in the Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros. series.

Using the Mii Maker, players create a character with a face representing the player, and can customise various elements of it, such as its favorite color, the hair, eyes, mouth, height, weight, birthday and gender of that Mii.

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