|This page is under construction.|
Please excuse its informal appearance while it is being worked on, as formatting may be changed over time. We hope to have this page completed as soon as possible!
|First release||Tomodachi Collection (2009)|
|Console of origin||DS|
The Tomodachi universe refers to the Tomodachi series in reference to its representation within the Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games. The Tomodachi series consists of life simulation titles featuring Mii characters. Tomodachi Collection and Tomodachi Life, the former of which was released only in Japan, allow the player to watch their Miis partake in their (often ridiculous) daily lives, and affect their choices in clothing, housing, etc.. The series' spiritual successor is Miitomo, Nintendo's first foray into the mobile game market, which features a similar idea, though is based around answering questions and sharing them with friends.
Canon Content Edit
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U Edit
| ||A stage set within the Mii Apartments of Tomodachi Life appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Similar to the Luigi's Mansion stage from Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the stage is set within various rooms with a fourth wall blocking the player's view from the interior of the room until a fighter enters it. Various Miis stored on the 3DS appear in the background of the different rooms that can appear.|
|Tomodachi Life||"Tomodachi Life" is an arrangement of the daytime background theme from both Tomodachi Collection and Tomodachi Life. It plays on the Tomodachi Life stage by default in the 3DS version, and on the Miiverse stage once downloaded in the Wii U version.|
| ||Mii Apartments|| |
This apartment complex is located in the middle of the island—so convenient! But wait. Why even leave when there's so much fun stuff to do inside? More importantly, what's up with the girl in 301 and the guy in 105? I'm sure someone around here wants to gossip...
|Tomodachi Life|| |
With this apartment complex being based in the middle of the island, it's easy to get anywhere quickly. But why leave when there is so much fun stuff to do inside? And just what is going on between the girl in 301 and the guy in 105?! Maybe we'll find out the next time someone throws a roof party.
| ||Golden|| |
One of the luxury interiors available in Tomodachi Life, yours to own for the low, low cost of $20,000! What could make you feel more like a celebrity than a room coated in gold? All the gold coins on display absolutely scream "I'm rich and famous!" Your friends will be so jealous.
|Golden Interior|| |
From Tomodachi Life, this is a toom for the elite of the elite, where everything is plated with purest gold. Displayed on the monitor is more money than you could possibly hold, further accentuating the feeling of wealth and luxury. Better hope you don't attract any burglars, though! Definitely a room to try out if you have money to burn.
Fanon Representation Edit
| || Returning Stages:|
|Tomodachi Life returns in Super Smash Bros. Strife. The stage is slightly larger than in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, though the stage is otherwise identical. The Ferris Wheel in the background of the stage now spins on both the normal and Ω variants of the stage.|
|Daytime (Tomodachi Life)||"Daytime (Tomodachi Life)" is an arranged version of the Daytime background theme from Tomodachi Life. The same arrangement appeared in Super Smash Bros. 4 under the name "Tomodachi Life".|
|Amusement Park||"Amusement Park" is a direct rip of the Amusement Park background music from Tomodachi Life.|
|Café Theme (Metal)||"Café Theme (Metal)" is a direct rip of the metal Café theme from Tomodachi Life. It plays on the stage once its CD has been collected.|
|Town Hall (Tomodachi Life)||"Tomodachi Life" is an arranged version of the City Hall theme from Tomodachi Life.|
|Shopping for Clothes||"Shopping for Clothes" is an arranged version of the Clothing Store background music from Tomodachi Life.|
|Shopping for Hats||"Shopping for Hats" is an arranged version of the Hats Store background music from Tomodachi Life. It plays on the stage once its CD has been collected.|
|Your Closet||"Your Closet" is an arranged version of the closet theme from Miitomo.|
This millionaire's room could be yours for only a measly $20,000.00! In Tomodachi Life, the Golden Interior can be bought for any Mii after they have reached level 30. It's the highest-quality present the player can give a Mii... just make sure none of their shifty neighbors try to take anything when they come to visit.
There are 102 different interiors in Tomodachi Life, but one stands above all others: the Golden Interior. You can give this special interior to any Mii after they have reached level 30, so it may take a few hours of play, but it's worth it for your favourite Mii! Oh... did we forget to mention the Golden Interior costs €20,000.00?
|Empty Interior||Want to get back at a certain Mii for beating you in a rap battle, or for dismissing your admission of love? The Empty Interior is one of the finest ways to do so. The Empty Interior is, well, it's just EMPTY. Just four glaringly white walls, a glaringly white floor, and a glaringly white ceiling. Talk about a minimalistic apartment.|
|Mii Apartments||Located smack-dab in the center of the island, it's the Mii Apartments. When the apartments are first built, up to 24 Miis can be housed in the building. Once the apartments have undergone enough expansion, however, this number raises to 100! It's very convenient that a single building, located in the middle of the island, can house 100 Miis. It definitely helps them cut down on travelling around the island.|