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Several new items can now be purchased in Miitomo via the pap’s Miitomo Shop. A few minutes ago, Nintendo added in dinosaur-themed clothing and more.

Here’s the full lineup of items:

– Slick sunglasses
– Gingham shirt
– Chic baggy pants
– Marbeled- lace socks
– Chunky sneakers
– Gold dollar-sign chain
– Dinosaur egg
– Dino egg hoodie

All of these items can be redeemed in Miitomo Shop in exchange for coins.

Miitomo has been updated with new content once again. This time around, “Styling in the rain! Splashin’ Fashion #1” stages are available in Miitomo Drop.

These items can be obtained:

– Rainy-day jacket
– Raindrop skirt
– Thunderbolt jeans
– Thunderbolt pendant
– Head umbrella
– Rain-soaked newspaper
– Rain-soaked shirt (set)
– Rain-soaked pants (set)
– Hydrangea cap
– Froggy hood (set)
– Froggy suit (set)
– Snail shell

Aside from the latest Miitomo Drop additions, there’s also a new Everybody Answers question. The featured question is: “What’s a mysterious experience you’ve had?” The event runs until June 17 at 4:59 PM PT / 7:59 PM ET. If you answer the question while it’s active, you’ll be provided with Miitomo Platinum Points on My Nintendo.

The Miitomo campaign for The Legend of Zelda has already managed to reach the 20,000 re-tweets needed for users to obtain the “Link’s new hair wig” and “green Link wig” items. Because of its success, Nintendo has added in a new component of the event. If the worldwide tweets hit 40,000, a “black 8-bit Link tee” will also be provided in Miitomo.

There are a few days left to reach the 40,000 re-tweets. The campaign ends on June 13 at 7:59 AM PT / 10:59 AM ET.

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Several new items can now be purchased in Miitomo via the pap’s Miitomo Shop. It’s weather-based, with various clothing available with a sunny-day and rain theme.

Here’s the full lineup of items:

– Paint-splattered cap
– Colorful raincoat
– Vintage floral-print flared skirt
– Short socks w/ cotton blend
– Rain boots
– Azure gemstone
– Sunny-day hood (set)
– Sunny-day top (set)
– Sunny-day shorts (set)

All of these items can be redeemed in Miitomo Shop in exchange for coins.

Miitomo has now been updated with some new content. Nintendo has added in new “I do! Wedding Bliss” stages in Miitomo Drop, which can net you the following items:

– Wedding veil w/ flower crown
– Wedding gown
– Rhinestone necklace
– Rose headpiece
– Rose evening gown
– Chiffon party dress
– Corsage pumps
– Pearly flower pin
– Wedding tuxedo
– Patent tuxedo shoes
– Rose boutonniere

Miitomo Drop stages can be accessed from the Shop tap. Miitomo coins or game tickets are needed to play.

Update (6/1): The rewards are now live! You can check them out below, or redeem your coins for them at https://my.nintendo.com/rewards


Three new Miitomo rewards will be added to My Nintendo tomorrow. According to a Japanese newsletter, these items will be available:

Star Outfit: 200 Platinum Coins
Animal Slippers: 200 Platinum Coins
SNES T-Shirt: 200 Platinum Coins

Although this news originated from Nintendo’s Japanese newsletter, the rewards should be going up in North America and Europe tomorrow based on precedent. We’ll let you know if we hear otherwise.

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Both the iOS and Android versions of Miitomo have been updated to a new version, 1.2.3. The app pages note that this version “implemented feature improvements,” so it is most likely a stability patch.

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Miitomo has added a new round of clothing, including armor and more. Here’s the full lineup:

– Camo bucket hat
– Duster cardigan
– Pants w/ checkered hem
– Basic mid-length socks
– Zebra-print pumps
– Fluffy puppy tail
– Plate armor helmet (set)
– Plate armor suit (set)

All of these items can be redeemed in Miitomo Shop in exchange for coins.

Nintendo updated its Miitomo app a short while ago with some new content. There’s new clothing to be had via Miitomo Drop, plus a new “Everybody Answers” topic as well.

The new Miitomo Drop theme is “Drivin’ me crazy! Vehicle Vogue”. You can nab a bunch of racing-related gear, which is as follows:

– Lowrider layered tee
– Tire tread pants
– Auto-racing helmet (set)
– Auto-racing suit (set)
– Checkered flag shirt
– Checkered flag pants
– Checkered flag necktie
– Race car suit
– Car shoes
– Retro-car pin
– Pit crew headset (set)
– Pit crew suit (set)

With Everybody Answers, the new question is: “What type of personality are you most attracted to?” The event runs until June 3 at 4:59 PM PT / 7:59 PM PT. If you answer the question while it’s active, you’ll be provided with Miitomo Platinum Points on My Nintendo.

Miitomo’s success in terms of downloads has been well documented at this point. However, when it comes to its staying power, the app has been on a decline. That might have been at least somewhat expected, but SurveyMonkey has taken a deeper look at the situation.

SurveyMonkey compared Miitomo to Candy Crush Jelly Saga and Clash Royale, two titles from giant mobile developers King and Supercell respectively. Miitomo stacks up favorably when it came to download performance, but the app “struggled to keep users interested.”

SurveyMonkey writes in its report:

In Miitomo’s case, this lower-than-peers engagement translates into higher churn. The game’s weekly churn more than 50% means that over half of the users of Miitomo on a given week won’t come back and play it again the following week. For some apps that don’t need frequent use this isnt a problem, but for games like Miitomo that are designed for frequent use, churn at this level foreshadows a quick decline.

Low engagement and high churn cause a steady decline in active users for Miitomo. When comparing to the other games it’s not necessarily the lower peak weekly-active users (WAU) that’s of concern, but the fact that Miitomo drops off much more rapidly. Clash Royale’s lowest value is just 22% from its peak, Candy Crush Jelly’s is 32% from its peak, but Miitomo WAU is 74% lower than its peak value in a much shorter timespan.

What has your experience been like with Miitomo? Are you still using the app? Or are you pretty much done with it at this point?

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