Tomodachi Life Enka

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Jun 03, 2018 The jist of the story is: Tomodachi Life (aka Tomodachi Collection in Japanese) is actually the 3DS sequel to a Japan-only DS game (that has a partial fan-translation btw -only missing some song lyrics-, check it out!), where you can also import Miis from your Wii to the DS through wireless connection. For Tomodachi Life on the 3DS, a GameFAQs message board topic titled 'Tips + Tricks to Increase Relationships'. The best place to get cheats, codes, cheat codes, walkthrough, guide, FAQ, unlockables, tricks, and secrets for Tomodachi Life for Nintendo 3DS. Developer(s) Nintendo Publisher(s) Nintendo Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS Genre(s) Life Simulation Series Tomodachi Series Tomodachi New Life(トモダチコレクション:新しいライフ: Tomodachi Collection: Newer Life) is the third sequel in the Tomodachi Collection Series. It is a life simulation game for the Nintendo 3DS and the third direct sequel of The Nintendo 3DS Game: Tomodachi.

  1. Tomodachi Life Songs
  2. Tomodachi Life Enka Us Lyric
  3. Funniest Tomodachi Life Songs
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Tomodachi Life

Also known as: Tomodachi Collection: Shin Seikatsu (JP), Chingu Moa Apart (KR)
Developer: Nintendo SPD
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Released in JP: April 18, 2013
Released in US: June 6, 2014
Released in EU: June 6, 2014
Released in AU: June 7, 2014
Released in KR: July 17, 2014

This game has unused graphics.
This game has unused models.
This game has unused music.
This game has unused text.
This game has regional differences.
This game has revisional differences.

This game has a notes page
This page is rather stubbly and could use some expansion.
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Tomodachi Life is the quirky sequel to Nintendo's already weird take on the life simulation genre.

While it received two spiritual successors in the form of Miitomo and Miitopia, we still haven't gotten any news of a direct sequel.

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  • 3Unused Music
  • 4Unused Models
  • 5Unused Graphics



Regional Differences
Way. Too. Many. Changes.

Unused Text

Enka Lyrics

Located in message/Song/Song_xx_LZ.bin/ArcBase (replace xx with the corresponding Language Code) are lyrics for the Enka song, which was removed from all International releases of the game. It's unknown if there were ever any plans to localize the song for a broader audience or if these are placeholders.

A more accurate translation of the song's lyrics can be found at the Regional Differences section for the Concert Hall.

Japanese (used)US_EnglishEU_English
ふられ わかれてReject and say goodbyeEU_English
あまざらし のIt's left out in rain
おもいでCan you
どなたかdo it that
けして くださいdelete my memory
やきついた あなたYou are branded on my heart
あなた の かげYour dear feature
なげたThe ring
ゆびわ とわ に きゆwhich I threw never returns
あめ のIn the rain
くいなばしKu i na ba shi

Unused Music


Located in sound/clone_sound.bcsar are BGM_SONG_ENKA_CLICK.bcseq and BGM_SONG_ENKA.bcseq – the music sequence files for the Enka song, which is exclusive to the Japanese version of the game. Sadly, the sequences appear to have been blanked out from both files in the international versions of the game, but the instrumentation is still intact in the BANK_ENKA.cbnk file.

Unused Models


Located in model/sample_TestCube_LZ.bin is.. How surprising, an untextured cube! Likely a leftover example from the SDK.


Funniest tomodachi life songs

In model/sample_DebugTextureRender_LZ.bin, this flat model with a weird texture applied over it can be found. Likely also from the SDK.

  • TestCube

  • offscreen

  • A better look at the texture used by offscreen. It's internally called image256.

Unused Graphics

Tomodachi Life Songs

To do:
There are more in-game placeholder graphics.

Placeholder Logos

The banner for the Japanese version of the game, on an American console with the language set to English.

The banner data for the original Japanese release of the game contains placeholders for localized versions of the game's logo.

While technically used, these placeholder logos can only be seen by trying to play the Japanese version of the game on a modded out-of-region console.

  • America
  • English

  • French

  • Spanish

  • Portuguese

  • Europe
  • English

  • French

  • German

  • Italian

  • Spanish

  • Dutch

  • Portuguese

  • Russian

Internal Project Name

The game's internal project name is 'clone', according to the sound/clone_sound.bcsar archive and many of the sound files contained within. This is further evidenced in the partial 3DS lotcheck document that was contained in the December 21st, 2020 Nintendo leak (located in Documents.7zDocumentsセキュリティチーム運営プロジェクトKnock_And_Talk_directcnotact報奨金制度LEGO抽出CTRdata.xls), which also references the game by this name.

Revision Differences

Please elaborate.
Having more detail is always a good thing.
Specifically: What exactly changed in version 1.1? Nintendo's own changelogs usually aren't of much use here because of how vague they are.
To do:
Document the demo versions.

Tomodachi Life Enka Us Lyric

Renaming multiple rar files excel. Version 1.1 - released June 6, 2014 - enhances gameplay stability and performance.

Version 2.0 was released exclusively in Europe on October 16, 2015, adding the option to play the game in Dutch.

Funniest Tomodachi Life Songs

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