Miitomo’s “big November update” has now gone live for both iOS and Android devices, adding a slew of new features to the mobile game.

Among the new features include messaging, room customization and both “Style Central” and “Answer Central” areas, where players can communicate with others from across the globe.

The full feature list, as described by the game’s official site, is here:

Say it with a Mii.

You can exchange messages with your friends using Mii characters as messengers. Be sure to choose an expression that matches the message!

Customize your room to perfection.

Unleash your inner interior designer with wallpaper and flooring styles up for grabs through the Miitomo Drop game.
You can even make in-app posters out of images saved on your device!

Strut your stuff in Style Central.

If you’ve ever wanted to show off your stylish outfits to the world, now you can! Miitomo users all over the world will be able to admire and give hearts to your fashion sense, and you can even get your favorites!

Satisfy your curiosity with Answer Central

Answer global questions and see answers from all over the world! See how many hearts and comments you can get on your answers!

Make new Sidekick Mii characters

Create new Mii characters that look like anyone, from fictional characters to anyone in the whole wide world. Decorate their rooms, show off their sharp fashion sense in Style Central, and send them as messengers to your friends!

Check answers easily on your timeline

Now you can see all your friends’ answers on your timeline, even if you haven’t spoken to their Mii characters. You can keep an eye on your friends’ latest room designing ventures too!

Smaller app size

Data saving has been improved, resulting in a smaller, sleeker app.

Users of the app can grab the update now from either the App Store or Google Play Store.

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