Hello all. Since yesterday I got a new tamagotchi. When I was young I had one, but it was a dog one. Now I have the "Original Tamagotchi" from 2018. So my problem is that I have an egg on my screen with an X (Here is the picture of it *link*). Does this mean my tamagotchi is dead? Or is it evolving?
It is just 2 years old 😪.other a, b, and c buttons won't work. Even the reset with a and c button won't work.
Since quarentine has happened, I've seen many people make money from making items out of resin. Though I don't want to make money out of this idea, i thought about making tamagotchi shells out of resin.
After some research, people have been doing so with the newer versions, but only the front part. I've bought some suplies (a silicon mould kit, a 2 part resin kit, a pigment powder set and some glow in the dark pigment set) from the internet and they'll be arriving tomorrow and the actual testing will begin!
I will be testing the version 5 first since its the one i use least and wont be as sad if i accidentally break something whilst taking apart the tamagotchi.
Stay tuned for an update tomorrow!
If you’ve been drooling over the images GameStop has released of the P1 & P2 replicas this week, then boy do we have some good news for you! You may recall that these devices will not be available for sale until October, but if you’re in the San Diego area you might just be in luck.
If you’re attending the San Diego Comic-Con this year you will be able to purchase 2 exclusive Tamagotchi’s straight from Bandai’s booth (#3535). Bandai will be selling exclusive metallic Tamagotchi P1 & P2 replicas. These devices feature the same programing as the original P1’s and P2’s back in the 90’s. The packaging is merely identical to the packaging GameStop released, but note that the top features the “Convention Exclusive” verbiage.
The P1 features a purple metallic shell, where as the P2 features a blue metallic shell. Both devices feature yellow buttons. These models are completely exclusive to the San Diego Comic-Con. Bandai will be selling them for $40 USD, and there will only be a limited number of them available each day of the convention. The San Diego Comic-Con starts on Thursday July 19th, and wraps up on Sunday July 22nd.
So if you can’t wait until October to get your hands on the replicas, then we hope you’ve got tickets for the San Diego Comic-Con and a few extra dollars to get your hands on one of these! We want to hear what you think in the comments below, which shell is your favorite?
Alright so, I'm not very good at telling things apart at first glance, especially not Mini's and Original P1/P2s. There's this listing on eBay, and I can't tell if it's a mini or a P1. It has the same shell as a few minis ive seen but I know that minis are based on the original tamagotchi's, so I'm not sure. Also, since they're photos on eBay, i can't physically discern the size of the listed tamagotchi vs a tamagotchi mini. This listing itself is probably a P1/P2, as it has 1997 on the back, but sometimes listings don't include photos of the back, so.
How can I tell the difference between a Tamagotchi P1/P2 and a Tamagotchi Mini?
I mainly ask because I want to know for future reference even though I can tell in this particular scenario so I don't have to worry too hard about it on a later date and can solve the mystery on my own. Does anyone know an effective way to tell P1/P2s apart from Mini's without using size?
On November 23rd 2017, Bandai released a final 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi line-up in Japan - the Shuku 20 Shunen Tamagotchi (roughly, "Congratulations! 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi" or "Celebrate! 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi"). It was the final send-off for the 20th anniversary of the Tamagotchi, and also marked the beginning of the line's 21st year.
These units are supposedly exact replicas of the P1 and P2, but powered by a CR2032 instead of two LR44s. They're even packaged in replicas of the original Japanese packaging, differentiated only by the copyright date being 2017 instead of 1996.
However, I don't know how "exact" of a replica this line really is. I've searched TamaTalk, but I couldn't seem to find any mention of them.
Does anyone here have any of them, and, if so, what's the verdict on them? Are there any gameplay/raising differences, at all? Or do they play out exactly the same as on the original P1 and P2?
Thanks in advance for any information that anyone has to share!
Hello! I'm starting to collect Tamagotchi after so many years without caring about it. My last Tamagotchi was a V4 one, so it's been a while since then!
I'm planning on starting with a M!X one, as I love the character mix concept! However, I don't know which version to pick...
The most important thing & the one that will make me go with x version is that it includes Mimitchi on it. Mimitchi is my favorite Tamacharacter, so I'd love to start with her.
I've checked a chart with the available M!X versions and which characters do they include, and Mimitchi only seems to appear in the 20th Anniversary one. However, I don't know if this means that she's raisable ONLY in the 20th Anniversary, if she's only available for mixing my Tamagotchi with her (aka she's non-raisable) OR that she doesn't appear at all on the rest of versions. This is the chart I've checked: http://www.vpets.org/images/guides/Sanrio-Mix/MixVersionList.png
I've also read that there was a new Tamagotchi M!X coming on November but I don't know anything about it.
So yeah, tl;dr, my question is: Does Mimitchi only appear in the 20th Anniversary Tamagotchi M!X as a raisable Tamagotchi? Or does she appear in any other newer M!X Tamagotchi? (Like the one coming out soon)?
I also want to know where can I find Tamagotchis available for my future purchases. Thanks!