Category: たまごっち

Tamagotchi Generation 1 and 2 shells with the …

Tamagotchi Generation 1 and 2 shells with the same colors.

Tamagotchi Generation 1 and 2 shells with the …

Tamagotchi Generation 1 and 2 shells with the same colors.

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Looks like we’ve got two new Nanos coming out in Japan for Tokyo Disney’s Easter celebrations.

The first one is the Pocket Usapiyo, which is based on this year’s new mascot, Usapiyo. Comes in one shell design and two cases.

The other is an updated rerelease of the Pocket Usatama, which came out two years ago. This one has the larger screen introduced with the Gudetama Tamagotchi, a new shell design, updated sprites, and new animations.

According to JapanYouWant, they’ll be releasing on April 22, 2019.

A Clover Tamagotchi gif I made a few years ago…

A Clover Tamagotchi gif I made a few years ago, featuring Lovelitchi.

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Here were some of the gameplay concepts I imagined for Clover Tamagotchi:

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This is what the health chick screen looked like. I even went so far as to imagine what the screens would look like in Japanese. :v

Instead of having a separate page for gender, it’s represented by showing the boy or girl baby.

Clover Points were special points acquired from playing games, using some items, or interacting with teachers. Once the Tamagotchi became an adult, it could get a job based on the amount of Clover Points they have.

Bonding was a feature where your Tamagotchi’s mood toward your improved through good care, playing perfect games, etc.

Housebreaking – you could train your Tamagotchi to use the toilet, clean the house, and bathe on their own.

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House customization was one of the big things I thought up. Based on the first Home Deka Tamagotchi, your pet would have furniture or items on the screen. You could buy more from the shops, or earn them from fulfilling certain tasks or secret/seasonal events. The left, middle, and right sides can all be changed independently from each other, and the Tamagotchi may interact with these items throughout the day. For example, if one decoration you have is a microphone, you may see your Tamagotchi singing.

Above: a bunch of Clover Tamagotchi design con…

Above: a bunch of Clover Tamagotchi design concepts I had put together.

Bottom: one of my crazy ideas for a feature was being able to directly plug your Tamagotchi into your computer and play with it in a virtual environment, basically a more robust version of TamaTown. The wire I used in the photo is actually from a Digivice which actually had a similar feature. The Tamagotchi in the photo is my clear V4, with the antenna ball removed and with a Clover-inspired TEGO skin.

I still have that V4, and it still works perfectly. The last two photos are clearer ones I just took.