Your First Step to 3DS: 10 Minigames in 1
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Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Director(s) Motoi Okamoto
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s)
Flag of Japan February 26, 2011
Genre(s) Party
 Your First Step to 3DS: 10 Minigames in 1 is a party video game developed and published by Nintendo as a launch title for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. It was never released anywhere else in the world, however a list of upcoming Nintendo 3DS games for 2012 was uploaded to a United Kingdom retailer where the game was listed for a release in October 2012.

Your First Step to 3DS: 10 Minigames in 1 features ten minigames that use the Nintendo 3DS's main features, such as buttons, touch screen, and microphone. The player also controls Mii characters that are made with the built-in Mii Maker on the system's OS. The game is also thought to be a 3DS spinoff for the Nintendo Wii title "Wii Play".

Your First Step to 3DS: 10 Minigames in 1 was also bundled with every original Nintendo 3DS system, making it the first best selling Nintendo 3DS game.


Your First Step to 3DS: 10 Minigames in 1 features ten minigames, one additional minigame can also be downloaded through SpotPass. Some minigames are designed for two players, you can play with someone else via Download Play or Local Play.

After playing each minigame, players with high enough scores will able to earn a bronze, sliver, gold, and platinum medals. You can also share your high scores on the online leaderboard by connecting to the internet on the player's 3DS. However, if a player has no access to internet, he/she can see other computer players' score.


Please note that this list is still being worked on.

Race Ace

A racing game with controls and gameplay similar to the Mario Kart series, the player controls a miniature toy car in a racetrack playset, golden coins can be collected on the track to go faster. There are four courses, Happy Hills, Building Block Barn, Princess's Castle, and Roller Coaster Raceway.

Club Mii

A rhythm game that used the system's built in microphone. The player's Mii uses a DJ Turntable in a nightclub known as Club Mii and needs the player to clap at certain times in rhythm of his music to keep the crowd moving. There are six songs available to clap to which range to traditional songs and Nintendo video game music.