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The Tamagotchi On (known as the Tamagotchi Meets (たまごっちみーつ Tamagotchi Miitsu) in Japan) is the latest series of color Tamagotchi pets, released on November 23, 2018 in Japan and to be released in the USA on July 28, 2019. It is the successor to the Tamagotchi m!x, having similar functions but with new features and characters, and the first color-screen Tamagotchi to be released in the USA.


The Tamagotchi On is about the same size as the Tamagotchi m!x, and features a printed faceplate that encompasses the entire front (as opposed to the Tamagotchi m!x, which had the buttons cut off from the faceplate). It has an infrared port at the top, and also supports GPS and Bluetooth connectivity.


Similar to its predecessor, the Meets comes in multiple versions with different m!xable characters and exclusive locations.

Fairy Version

The Fairy (メルヘン Fairytale) version was one of two versions released in November 2018 and to be released in the USA in August 2019. It features exclusive access to Fairy Tale Land, and therefore the only version where interacting and marrying with Fairytchi and Unipegasatchi is possible.

Magic Version

The Magic (マジカル Magical) version was one of two versions released in November 2018 and to be released in the USA in August 2019. It features exclusive access to Magical Land, and therefore the only version where interacting and marrying with Majoritchi and Korobatchi is possible.

Pastel Version

The Pastel (パステル) version was announced for an early March 2019 release before being delayed for March 30th. It features exclusive access to both Easter Land (home of Eggbasketchi, Piyotamausatchi, Tamaladytchi, and Tamaboytchi) and the Flower Garden (home of the Flower Fleur, Yotsubatchi, and Butterflytchi).

Sanrio Version

The Sanrio version was leaked in February 2019 and officially revealed that April, due to be released June 15th 2019. It features most of the m!xable Sanrio characters from the Sanrio m!x, in addition to several new additions such as Kuromi and Keroppi and several exclusive locations such as the Strawberry Kingdom and Mary Land.

Fantasy Version

The Fantasy version was leaked in April 2019. It features the Magical Flying Library Ship and allows access to three new locations (Princess Palace, Arabian Night, and Wonderland), along with six new character to marry (Prince Mametchi, Loveli Princess, Meloarabian, Lamppatchi, Yumemi Alice, Kirari Hatter).



Main article: Tamagotchi On/M!xable Characters

The Tamagotchi On retains the m!x feature from the Tamagotchi m!x, and introduces a number of new themed characters and body styles.


From the second generation onward, there is a chance twin babies will be born instead of just one. The babies may grow up to be identical or inherit different genetics as adults.

Tama Pets

The Tamagotchi can now have a Tama Pet, and the pet may produce its own m!xed offspring with another Tama Pet.


The Tamagotchi On features both Bluetooth and infrared connectivity, allowing it to connect to other On devices, the m!x, and an app through tablets or smartphones. When connecting to the m!x, it can exchange presents and play games, but cannot marry.


The Tamagotchi Meets App and Tamagotchi On App are special tie-in apps. The Meets app was made available on mobile OS systems on November 10th, 2018, while the On app is set to release in August. Similar to TamaTown, the user can send their Tamagotchi to a fully interactive version of the Tama Resort, where they can play games, collect items and Gotchi Points, and marry other characters. The app also periodically distributes exclusive items and characters, beginning with Okazarutchi in February 2019.

Tamagotchi Meets Station

The Tamagotchi Meets Station is an updated version of the Tamagotchi m!x stations. Similar to the Dekatamas used throughout 2004 to 2007, the items, games, and characters available from each Meets Station vary across different regions of Japan, in addition to the rosters changing with each season akin to the m!x Stations.

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