The Tamagotchi (たまごっち) is a handheld digital pet created in 1996 by Aki Maita and sold by Bandai. The Tamagotchi is housed in a small and simple egg-shaped computer. Three buttons (A, B, and C) allow the user to select and perform an activity, including: Feeding the Tamagotchi a piece of food or a snack.Logo Playing a game with the Tamagotchi. Cleaning up a Tamagotchi's mess Checking its age, discipline, hunger and happiness levels. There are many versions of Tamagotchi. The latest release in Japan is the Tamagotchi Pisu, while internationally, it is the Tama-Go.
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The Tamagotchi (たまごっち) is the world's first virtual pet, first released by Bandai in 1996 and internationally in 1997. For nearly 25 years, Tamagotchi has been entertaining people around the world, with more than 82 million units sold as of 2019. This Wiki is dedicated to all aspects the franchise, including the virtual pets, characters, toys, video games, anime, and more!
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Polybaketchi is an adult male Tamagotchi character that debuted on the website TamaGoLand. He is positive and upbeat, and excels at being the goalkeeper when playing soccer.Read more →
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