Island Flyover Guide
|Level||Swordplay: 941 to 945
Basketball: 11 to 15
Table Tennis: 191 to 195
|CPU Rank||Beginner Difficulty|
Miguel (pronounced "mee-GEHL" (not as in "mee-JEHL")) is a CPU Mii in Wii Sports Resort and Wii Party. He is ranked #94 out of the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level. His Total Skill Level is 2698.
Miguel runs airborne tours of Wuhu Island. During the Island Flyover, the player can choose to follow his plane across the island. Above his plane is an I-point. His plane gives out a cloud of white-colored smoke. If the player is following him, the smoke will turn orange.
In Swordplay, he is pretty good at level 941 to 945, and you fight against him in the evening (the 4th best anti-Pro player). He can be played against in the daytime after beating the Swordplay Champion. Miguel is also the Boss of Stage 3 in Swordplay Showdown.
He is very bad at Table Tennis, being the 13th worst player at around 191 to 195 in skill.
He is a high Pro in Cycling, coming 8th out of 98.
In Wii Party, Miguel is in Beginner Difficulty.
- In Balance Boat, he and Alex are in 10th place in Time Attack Beginner with 16 Miis balanced.
- In Clover Hunt, he is in 9th place with 21 stages cleared.
- In Flycycle Team, he and Nelly are in 9th place, traveling a distance of 315 yards.
Names in Different Languages
Japanese: ミゲル (Migeru)
Korean: 미겔 (Migel)
- According to the September 2020 Nintendo leak about CPU Miis, Miguel's nationality is North American. You can find the leak here.
- According to the Wii Sports Resort files, Miguel's Internal ID is 070.
- Miguel wears Obese Black Armor as the Boss of Stage 3 in Swordplay Showdown.
- In Island Flyover, if you fire a flare by pressing the 1 button on your Wii Remote, Miguel will fire one back, making him easier to find. His flare is orange colored.
- Miguel's Guide Plane is the only plane that leaves a trail of colored smoke other than the player's.
- When the player gets up close to Miguel, his smoke trail turns from white to orange colored.
- If the player follows his Guide Plane for at least three minutes, they will be rewarded with the Island Flyover stamp "Follow That Plane".
- He, Matt, and Ray are the only Miis who have a voice, as heard in the Skydiving plane.
- In the internal files for Wii Sports Resort, Miguel is known as ガイドさん (Guide-san), rather than simply being numbered like the other Resort newcomer CPU Miis. He shares this distinction with Gwen, who is nicknamed ガイド (Guide).
- Miguel seems to serve an important role in Wii Sports Resort, being the Mii that brings the players to Wuhu Island and also being the guide in Island Flyover.
- Miguel, Vincenzo and Jen are the only three Miis that actually help you in some sports. Miguel helps you in Island Flyover and Vincenzo helps you in Cycling, while Jen helps you in Wakeboarding.
- Miguel and Mike are the only two CPU Miis to always be shown on Island Flyover. Mike is the Extreme Canoeist, while Miguel flies an airplane.
- In both Basketball and Table Tennis, Miguel is left handed.
- Miguel is the second-worst male CPU to debut in Wii Sports Resort.
- The only worse male CPU Mii to debut in Wii Sports Resort is Cole.
|Wii Sports Resort / Wii Party|
Abe • Alisha • Asami • Barbara • Chika • Cole • Eddy • Eduardo • Fritz • Gabi • Gabriele • George • Giovanna • Greg • Gwen • Hiromasa • Hiromi • Holly • Ian • Marisa • Megan • Mia • Midori • Miguel • Nelly • Pablo • Patrick • Rainer • Sandra • Shinta • Shohei • Siobhán • Sota • Stéphanie • Susana • Takashi • Tommy • Tomoko • Ursula • Vincenzo