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How to Create Nintendo Mii Characters Online

 


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Nintendo Wii is fast becoming one of the most popular consoles on the high street. The high quality graphics mean that for many people upgrading to the Nintendo wii is more or less essential.

As part of the new Nintendo craze they have developed the Mii range of characters. These digitally advanced cartoons mean you can create and customize your own character, to look like you or some one you know!

You are then given the option to save the unique character you have created for future Nintendo wii use!

Named the Nintendo mii, it gives you the option to create your own character and make it look exactly the way you want too. . .

First you are asked to name your character and choose its favorite color.

The mii creator then goes on to choose the face shape of your character. Choose from 8 different face shapes, however these shapes can then be enhanced to make them even more unique - Make the face wider, or longer the chose is yours. You can also choose from 9 different additions to your face for your Mii - Lines, wrinkle or rosy cheeks, its up to you!

The next step is to create your characters desired hair style. With 6 pages to choose from and 6 shades of hair color the possibilities are almost endless when it comes to choosing the hair style you want.

Eye brows are your next step - with almost 10 choices, with 6 shades you can choose to match the eye brows to your hair style or go all “out there" and have something completely different

4 pages of eyes come next for your Nintendo mii character. With so many different shapes and sizes to choose from you really can make the character one of a kind with this Nintendo mii creator. 12 noses come next, with a huge range to choose from.

Next on your list of choices is to choose from the 2 pages from the lips. There are many lips to choose from, wide puckered lips or small thin lips, in a variety of colors.

Lastly you can choose to add something extra to your face - whether that is a pimple or a moustache the choice is yours

This Nintendo mii creator website has so many different ways to style your character. You can make the character unique to your choices and ensure your character is one of a kind!

You can honestly have hours of fun at this website. Whether you want to try and make the character look like you or some one you know, or whether you want to create a avatar that is completely out-there! Your character can look exactly how you want too and once you have found your perfect looking character you can use it to play games on your Nintendo wii.

Mii characters can be customized at http://www.makewee.com

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