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Hatsune Miku
Miku v4 bundle art
Artwork from Hatsune Miku V4




P415's version
Hyperhiroro's version
deretun's version
deretun's second version
Ouchi's version
Kung Fu Miku
Stinger's version is currently offline GarfieldMasterX's version



Hatsune Miku is a singing synthesizer application with a female persona, developed by Crypton Future Media. It uses Yamaha Corporation's Vocaloid 2 synthesizing technology.

The name of the character comes from a fusion of the Japanese for first (初 hatsu), sound (音 ne) and future (ミク Miku) sounds like a nanori reading of future, 未来, normally read as "mirai", referring to her position as the first of Crypton's "Character Vocal Series". Her name spells out in English the first sound from the future.

In M.U.G.E.N, Hatsune Miku has been made by various creators.

Yu-Toharu's version

Miku hatsune

It's Hatsune Miku...yes, that one...the one you've heard about in stories around the campfire, the one with the huge file size and the horribly brutal A.I. This six-button character uses a mixture of Guilty Gear, and Melty Blood gameplay elements to give it an edge on the field of battle, complete with vast combo strings and endless aerial raves.


P415's version

Miku hatsune (P415)

This version of Miku was made by P415, the sprites are from the movie making software MikuMikuDance, specifically the default Miku model included with the software.

Hyperhiroro's version

Miku hatsune (hyperhiroro)

The sprites of this version of Miku by Hyperhiroro are from the game Mikuman X (a parody of Megaman X).

deretun's versions

Miku hatsune (deretun)Miku hatsune (deretun2)

Deretun has made two versions of Miku. The "Regular" version, which uses her common looks and is more lighthearted, and the "Append" version, which uses her secondary looks and is more serious. Both versions use 3D rendered sprites from MMD, using Lat's model for the regular version and Tda's model for the Append version respectively.

Ouchi's version

Miku hatsune (Ouchi)

This version of Hatsune Miku has been made by Ouchi. She is a 3-button character with no hypers or sounds. Her intro and taunt are somewhat glitchy.

Kung Fu Miku

A sprite edit of Kung Fu Man with Hatsune Miku sprites. A fairly easy AI good for most players.

Stinger's Version


This version of Miku called D4miku has ugly sprites, weird voicepack and her moves are also weird, but otherwise is balanced and well coded.

GarfieldMasterX's version

Friendly Miku

This version is a edit of Yu Toharu's version, using the third palette. Most important change is the fact that her attacks deal no damage. In fact they actually slightly heal her opponent and the drop in defence. She can be used to make your opponent harder, if you keep her in your team.

CharactersHachune MikuHatsune Miku
StagesAqua SkyCaramelldansenMiku CityMiku LoungeMiku MansionMiku PolkkaVegetable JuiceViolet Sky

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