Virtual Pet Wishlist - Updated 05/02/14

My virtual pet wishlist in no particular order.

Tamagotchi

  • Hexagontchi
  • 1997 Hong Kong Collector's Edition
  • Osutchi Mesutchi
  • Clear orange
  • Anniversary set
  • Blue and Pink Hearts
  • Prototype
  • Tamagotchi P
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Yellow
  • Tamagotchi iD L
  • White
  • Blue
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • 15th Anniversary Purple
  • Tamagotchi iD
  • Milky Pink
  • Milky Blue
  • Lovely Melody Music Note
  • Lovely Melody Crown
  • White
  • Pink Gold
  • Blue
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Tamagotchi Plus Japanese
  • Blue with Two tamas with wings
  • Pink Flowers
  • Green Clover
  • Purple Asian Symbols
  • Light Blue with Tama with wings and swirl
  • Pink with Kissing Tamas
  • Blue with Pink Bubblegum Bubbles
  • Tamagotchi +Color
  • Black
  • Green
  • Yellow
  • White
  • Teal
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Navy Blue
  • Tamagotchi Nano
  • Fish shell
  • Kakeibo
  • Pink
  • Angel English NIB
  • Keitai
  • White and Pink Strawberry
  • Frosted Pink
  • Frosted Tan Cappuccino
  • Ocean
  • Light Blue
  • Purple NIB
  • TamaSuku
  • V2
  • Fure
  • TamagoChu
  • Black and White
  • Dekatama
  • Blue
  • Famitama
  • Famitama Celebrity
  • Oden-kun
  • Pink
  • Santagotch
  • White
  • Yasashii
  • White
  • Yellow
  • Mecagotch
  • Mezamatch
  • Restaurant

Giga Pets

  • Giga Fighters
  • Tech
  • WCW NWO
  • MIB
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Batman & Robin
  • Faces
  • Monsters
  • Frankenstein
  • Mummy
  • Barbie
  • Puppy
  • Kitty
  • Babe
  • Alien
  • Little Mermaid
  • Plus
  • Looney Tunes
  • Small Soldiers

Nano Pets

  • Salon
  • Talking Kitty
  • Pony
  • Turtle
  • Fighters
  • Alley Rumble
  • Rough Rider

Other Pets

  • DNA Fish
  • Walkie Bits
  • Purple
  • Opaque Pink
  • Gold 50th Anniversary
  • Betz Babe
  • Kitty
  • VMigo
  • Golden Retriever TV Box Set
  • Anipalz
  • Penguin
  • Pocket Neopets
  • Pokemon Pikachu Pedometers
  • Pingu
  • RikouRikou Chan English
  • Yuki Penguin
  • Teal
  • Dinkie 4-in-1
  • Thinkway
  • Little Mermaid
  • Hana Hana Mi
  • Aquapalz
  • Dolphin
  • Fish
  • Pocket Horse
  • Mutsu Water Looper
  • Version 1
  • Pink
  • Version 2
  • Bunny
  • Penguin
  • Puppy
  • Turtle
  • Dolphin
  • Whale

Cheeks-chan

Accessories

  • Tamagotchi Ocean hard cases

The new Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. app is out for iOS as of today. I downloaded and opened the app to see a detailed tutorial. The care section was pretty obvious considering that I am a veteran vintage tama player. Here are the screenshots of the intro screens. The game generally plays just like a vintage P1 or P2. The game is different. You play Rock Paper Scissors. The more characters you raise, the more shells you can collect and unlock and so on. There is an ad at the bottom unless you spend $0.99 to have them removed. You can restore this is you ever have to uninstall the game or reset your device. I have already found a bug. Not a surprise for an apps' first release day. On my iPad, sometimes the picture is clear, and other times it is blurry. This doesn't happen on my iPhone. It is a universal app, so there is some issue in their coding about whether it is rendering graphics for an iPhone or an iPad. Here is what I mean: Hopefully, they will fix this soon. Go get the app today, and see what you think!


TamaOtch Tamagotchi

This is the TamaOtch that was released by Bandai in 1998. It was modeled after the famous Japanese actress/performer Tamao Nakamura. Her first name, Tamao, sounded similar to Tamago in Tamagotchi, so Bandai decided to make a Tamagotchi with her as the mascot. It came in only one shell design. The TamaOtch allows you to raise for very own diva. She is a performer that you have to train and manage. You need to feed and play with her, but also train her in ad-libbing, dancing, and acting. The TamaOtch uses sound-activation to know when she has performed correctly. You show her a routine to perform, and if she does it correctly, you can tap on the side or speak to her to let her know she did a good job. You need to win 2 out of 3 in order to get credit for training. The TamaOtch has had mixed reviews among players. It is incredibly difficult to get an adult character other than Tabakotchi, which reminds me of a "wash-up". Also many players (including myself) have had issues with the sound receiver. Some have used the chain to tap, others have loudly spoken to it, I have rubbed my finger along the seam on the side, but many times these have not worked. Even if someone has managed to find the secret to getting their TamaO to sense the sound, sometimes she will refuse to perform the correct routine, and you will be stuck training her for quite a while. Other than the issues with training, this tama is actually very charming. If you decide to purchase one, they can be very expensive, but buyer be warned there is a good chance you will be tearing your hair out at some point during play. Check out a video I made over the TamaOtch here. Check out the TamaOtch growth chart at Tama-Zone here.


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