August 8, 2022
Tamagotchi is back, as a wearable band in Japan, for 25th anniversary

Tamagotchi is back, this time in the form of a wearable in celebration of the iconic toy’s 25th anniversary. The toy first debuted in 1996, and immediately became a craze among kids. Now, digital creatures are coming back in the form of colorful devices that have been customized to suit new ages and tastes, with touch and voice controls as well as characters and objects. Touch and voice commands let owners communicate with devices. The new devices also have better battery life with up to 30 hours of backup and can be recharged using USB.

Tamagotchi’s creator, Bandai, announced the release of new wearable devices via a video in collaboration with popular Japanese pop group, NiziU.

According to a report, Bandai has decided to sell Tamagotchi smartwatches by lottery for now cnet, Buyers can apply between June 17th and July 2nd and winners will be announced later in July. The sale will open to everyone in Japan on November 23. There is no clarity yet on the international release of the new devices.

The smartwatch will cost yen 7,480 (approximately Rs. 5,000). The report says that buyers can also buy the smart card for 1,100 yen (about Rs 740), which you can insert into the smartwatch for add-on features.

Tamagotchi The toys were a huge sensation after their launch in Japan in 1996. They became so popular that an anime series and an animated film inspired by the toy characters were created. These previous generations of Tamagotchi characters were in danger of dying if they did not get the care they needed.

According to Kotaku, a website for gaming reviews among other reports, the new version feels like an egg-shaped smartwatch for kids. It also has a pedometer to measure the number of steps you take. The new watches feature wireless connectivity that allows multiple Tamagotchi devices to be interconnected.

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