Transformice Wiki

In the game of Transformice, the user is presented with a large graphical user interface that has a variety of functions.

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Information bar[]

A typical information bar at the top of a room

The information bar is positioned at the top of the room and informs you of:

  • the current map's #, and creator (if user-made)
  • the time left to complete the map
  • the number of mice in the room
  • who the current shaman is
  • which room you are in

Time left is useful in maps that have something happen at specific times, e.g. in map 81, the time counter helps the mice and the shaman because after 10 seconds, the gravity reverses. This gives the mice and the shaman the knowledge of when the gravity will be reversed and how much time they have left to build a shelter or die.

Bottom bar[]

The bottom bar houses a number of other features, listed below.

Chat box[]

Megaphone.png Main article: Chat

A typical conversation in a random room

The chat box is the most active part of the bottom bar. Not only can registered players communicate with each other in this window, but it also displays various game information.

Chat box buttons[]

Players list[]

“Points” redirects here. For experience points, see Experience.
“Points” redirects here. For skill points, see Skill.


Next to the chat box, you'll find a list of people currently playing in your room as well as their current overall scores.

Generally speaking, the people at the top of the list will be next to be the shaman, but there are occasions where people continue to gain points without becoming the shaman. It also seems random whether or not the next map will have two shaman or not regardless of how close the top scores are.

A table of how many points mice gain after each round can be found here.


A common leader board (outdated)

The leaderboard shows the order the mice that completed the level (obtaining the cheese and proceeded to the hole) finished in and which places they had been in. It is similar to the now removed ranking tab.

Button dialogs[]

As mentioned above, there are also buttons above the player list. These buttons do a number of things.


Old version of the dialog box

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By clicking the shaman feather to the right of the emote buttons, a dialog box opens, allowing you to turn hard mode or divine mode on/off, enable/disable skills, set your shaman markings color and configure your totem. This feature is only available to players that have over 1,000 saves.



The Menu button opens up into a number of options.

Name Description Guest
Menu Displays clickable images leading to tutorial, vanilla, survivor, tribe house, bootcamp, racing, shop and map editor. Tango Tick1.png
Options Displays options. Tango Tick1.png
Shop You can purchase cute items for your mouse in this window such as hats, furs, or even shaman item skins. Tango Tick1.png
Skills Lets you distribute skill points and see your level and experience. Tango Cross1.png
Forum Opens the Atelier 801 forum. Tango Cross1.png
Map Editor The Map Editor is a feature that lets you create your own map. Tango Cross1.png
Training Changes to room "Training [nickname]". Tango Tick1.png
What's new? Shows a list of recent updates. Tango Tick1.png
Game Rules Shows a shortened list of the rules. Tango Tick1.png
Community Shows a list of community-made resources. Tango Tick1.png
Email and password Lets you validate your email. Tango Cross1.png

Player menu[]

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Clicking on a player's name (if it is not the player's own name), either in the player list or the chatbox, makes a menu appear with several options:

Option Equivalent chat command
(with nickname included)
Whisper /c or /w
Whisper (tab) /c* or /w*
Profile /profile
Add to your friendlist / Remove from your friendlist /friend
Marriage proposal / Divorce
Trade /trade Trading only works if both players are in the same room (if not, this option does not appear, as well)
Forum profile
Send message
Ignore /ignore
Report /report


“Trade” redirects here. For the module, see Trade (module).

The trading interface

Players can trade by using the chat command "/trade" followed by the nickname, or by using the "Trade" option in the player menu, which appears after clicking on a player's name, either in the player list or the chatbox.

Trading only works if both players are in the same room; if not, the option to trade does not appear in the player menu, as well.

On the trading interface, inventory items can be selected to trade by clicking on them. Holding Shift while doing so selects 10 of the same item, or if the player does not have at least 10, then all of them.

To prevent abuse, after an item has been selected for, or deselected from, trading, the "Submit" button to finish the trade is greyed out and does not function for a few seconds.

A player's that has clicked "Submit" box turns green; both players must click "Submit" to finish the trade. If either player selects or deselects an item, the player's that has already clicked "Submit" submission will be undone.


The reporting interface

Players can report others by using the chat command "/report" followed by the nickname, or by using the "Report" option in the player menu, which appears after clicking on a player's name, either in the player list or the chatbox.

Reasons for reporting that can be chosen:

  • Hack
  • Spam / Flood
  • Insults / Obscenity
  • Phishing
  • Other

A comment can also be added.

There is a system called karma, which keeps track of how many reports of a player have resulted in a ban.


See also[]