On October 26 of last year, a user named “psychotama” made his first entry in what would become a detailed online diary, otherwise known as a “Tama log.” “I’m not quite sure how to begin,” he wrote in purple Comic Sans.
“My journey with Tamagotchi began about 13 years ago.” Psychotama, who’s in his 20s and a senior oboe student at a Cleveland music conservatory, went on to explain his rich history with the egg-shaped digital pets that became wildly popular in the ’90s.
One of the adult characters was a "secret" character, which could eventually appear from one of the other adult characters if given a certain level of care.
The screen of the device featured a 16 x 32 squared dot matrix where the character was displayed.
It also has better pixelation than the previous versions because there is a grayscale.
You can only buy food items with this kuchipatchi version, and if you connect the kutchipatchi figurine that the top, then you can play one additional game (without the figurine, the tamagotchi has 2 games on it).
It has a new option, however, of being able to go to the park and meet other characters.
I've been collecting tamagotchis since they appeared in the US back in the 90s.Within six months, he had about six running at the same time.His collection ballooned to 36 Tamas (short for Tamagotchi) with the aid of his mom, who helped him bid on e Bay auctions of Japanese Tamagotchis not available in America.After seeing other kids with them at school, he begged his parents to buy him one.When he was finally gifted a translucent orange “V1” — a version of the device released in 2004 — he was hooked.