Title Swordplay Showdown Sixteenth Boss
Gender Male
Favorite Color Red
Level Swordplay 1421-1425 (PRO)

Basketball: 1061-1065 (PRO)

Table Tennis: 296-300

Cycling: 41st out of 98

Average: 926+

Shinta (pronounced "SHEEN-tuh") is a CPU Mii from Wii Sports Resort and Wii Party. He is ranked #22 out of the Wii Sports Resort CPUs, by overall skill level, tied with Hayley. His Total Skill Level is 4738.

Wii Sports Resort

Not including Table Tennis, he is one of the best Pro-Class players. In Swordplay, Shinta has a level of 1421-1425, putting him in Pro Class (the 6th best player) and he strikes extremely often. He is the Boss of level 16 in Swordplay Showdown, and is very defensive and strikes often. It is best if you get to him with 3 hearts. He is also surrounded by purple armor thinned fighters like Vincenzo, Tyrone, and Sakura, and a one-hearted fighter like Nick. In Table Tennis, he is the last player in the 200s, with a level of 296-300. He is not very good. In Basketball his level is 1061-1065, putting him in Pro Class and he has Gabriele and Barbara on his team. In Cycling, he comes in 41st out of 98.

Wii Party

In Wii Party, Shinta is an Expert Mii.


  • His Japanese name is しんた (Shinta).
    • This is identical to his English name.
  • His Korean name is 태석 (Taeseog).
  • He is one of the only three Male CPU Miis to have absolutely no facial hair, features, and (sun)glasses at all, just like Greg and Theo.
    • Although he and Greg lack facial hair, features, and any type of glasses, neither of the two appear as babies in the Wii Party minigame Cry Babies, whereas Theo does.
    • Ironically, all 3 of them are featured as Expert Miis in Wii Party.
  • Shinta and Hiromasa are the only male Swordplay Showdown bosses to wear the Lanky armor that most female bosses wear.
  • Shinta is the worst Mii in Table Tennis but best Mii in Swordplay whose favorite color is red.
  • He's Japanese.
    • This information is only assumed based on the name. No Mii from Wii Sports/Wii Sports Resort has a confirmed nationality.
  • Shinta's Basketball team (including himself) are all Swordplay Showdown bosses.
  • In both Table Tennis and Basketball, Shinta is left-handed.
  • Just like the last three bosses, Shinta attacks quickly, but will sometimes take a while to attack as well in Stage 16 of Swordplay Showdown.


Wii Sports Resort / Wii Party


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