216,901986 replies. 133,003,599 posts. 72,135,190 drawings. Almost 17 terabytes of data. The entirety of Miiverse is now archived, browsable and searchable thanks to the just-launched Archiverse project.
Archiverse indexes years’ worth of Miiverse posts, from posts, screenshots, user profiles and more, and makes them easily searchable by Game ID, username, date and even by number of “Yeahs” and replies.
The site organizes archived content into three sections, allowing visitors to browse the entire collection of posts, as well as all Miiverse users and communities.
The project went live Tuesday, announced via a tweet from its creator, software developer Drastic Actions.
Okay, everyone, I have now launched https://t.co/K3Hy7fLwKp, your guide into the Miiverse Archives!
8,278,693 User Profiles
— Drastic "MAGfest" Actions (@drasticactionSA) January 3, 2018
Miiverse, the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS-exclusive social network, was discontinued on all platforms on November 7th, 2017, years after its launch alongside the Wii U in 2012.
The discontinuation was announced by Nintendo beforehand, which allowed users to request and download copies of their own personal archive of Miiverse posts.
Archiverse, however, allows visitors to browse Miiverse posts from all users — something not made possible by Nintendo after Miiverse’s demise.
Anyone interested can take a look at the Miiverse archives now and rediscover millions of doodles, screenshots and other content that would have been otherwise lost following Miiverse’s closure.Leave a Comment