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Ojitchi (おじっち Ojitchi) is a senior Tamagotchi that debuted on the Tamagotchi Osutchi in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Connection internationally. His female counterpart is Otokitchi. Ojitchi's head appears as that of an elderly man, with heavy eyelids that cover his eyes. He has two green, frail legs, and a balding head, …The Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus (超じんせーエンジョイ! たまごっちプラス Chou Jinsei Enjoi! Tamagotchi Purasu) also known as the Entama (エンたま) for short, is a Tamagotchi virtual pet that was released by Bandai on November 23, 2005, coinciding with the 9th anniversary of the Tamagotchi franchise.It was the …

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This is the wiki about Tamagotchi virtual pets that anyone can edit! Anything about Tamagotchi can go here, release your imagination :) This is a fanon wiki, so any of your fanmade unofficial ideas, releases, and characters can be included here! Remember to follow the rules and feel free to join the associated roleplaying Discord server if you want to roleplay as both your Tamagotchi OCs and ... Yooyutchi (ゆーゆっち) is a male Tamagotchi character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. His female counterpart is Niinitchi. Yooyutchi is likely derived from the first letter in "Uni", referencing the device he appears in. Yooyutchi has an ovalish body that tapes upward into a rounded end with a floating ball, His body is made …White Tamas, known as Shirotamas (Shirotamazu) in Japan, are NPCS that debuted on the Tamagotchi Smart in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Uni internationally. The Japanese name Shirotama comes from the Japanese words "Shiroi", meaning white, and "Tama" from the word "Tamago", meaning egg. White Tamas resemble white …The shells for the Tamagotchi Connection Version 1 have differences in what is attached to the shell and what kind of logo is present on it: Japan: Shells lack a logo. A ball chain is attached to the shell. USA: Logo says Tamagotchi Connection with Mimitchi being in the O of Tamagotchi. An O-ring is attached to the shell. Europe: Logo is the vintage styled … Not to be confused with Memetchi. Mametchi (まめっち Mametchi) is a male adult Tamagotchi character who debuted on the original Tamagotchi, and has appeared on many versions since, serving as the series mascot. Mametchi is a member of the Mame Family (まめ属 Mame Zoku) and his birthday is November 23, the same date as the release of the first Tamagotchi. On almost every Tamagotchi model ... Hanatchi (はなっち Hanatchi) is an adult character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Connection. Hanatchi's name comes from 鼻 hana and 花 hana, referencing her large nose and allergies. Hanatchi resembles a …Tamagotchi is the name of a Game Boy game released by Bandai in October 1997, and is also known as Game de Hakken!! Tamagotchi (ゲームで発見‼︎ たまごっち) in Japan. It is very much like the original Tamagotchi, but with additional features such as music, contests, and more games. Upon starting the game, players will …2.1 2004-2010 3 Tamagotchi+Color 3.1 2008 4 Tamagotchi iD Series 4.1 2009 5 Tamagotchi! (Anime series) 5.1 2009-2012 6 Tamagotchi P's 6.1 2013 7 …Wagassiertchi (わがシエっち Wagashietchi) is a male adult character that debuted in the anime Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream. On the virtual pets, he can be obtained on the Berry Sweets ver. Tama Deco Pierce for the Tamagotchi P's in Japan, and appears internationally on the Tamagotchi Friends. Wagassiertchi's name is a … Ginjirotchi (ぎんじろっち Ginjirotchi) is a Tamagotchi that debuted on the original Tamagotchi. He then reappeared on the Tamagotchi Mini and the Tamagotchi Connection V2, but afterwards, he did not feature as a raiseable character again until the Pac-Man Tamagotchi. "Ginjiro" (ぎんじろ) is a Japanese name that means "good silver". Ginjirotchi has a blue, bean-shaped body, a large ... This article is about the vintage character. For information on the modern character, see Masktchi. Maskutchi (ますくっち Masukutchi), originally called Masktchi or Mask-tchi, is an adult Tamagotchi character that debuted on the original Tamagotchi. His name comes from the English word mask. In the original US … Bigsmile (ビッグスマイル Biggusumairu), whose full name is Bittonton Guspor Mimimiletchi XVI (ビットントン・グスポール・マイマイマイルッチ16世), is a male character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. Bigsmile's name comes from the English words big and smile, referring to the big smile he always has. Bigsmile has a plump red body and yellow feet. He has large dot ... Original Release. The adult character that can be obtained is based off what teen character is obtained, whether they are type one or two, and number of care and discipline mistakes made. A care mistake is made when the happy or hunger meter is at zero and is not taken care of within 15 minutes. A discipline mistake is made when the Tamagotchi ... The Ancient Earth visualization shows theThe Deai Hakken!! Arukotch Tamagotchi (であい発見!!あるこっち), bu Woopatchi (うーぱっち Ūpatchi) is a female character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. Woopatchi is likely derived from "Wooper Looper", a marketing term created for pet salamanders in Japan. The term is also used in Japan to refer to axolotls, a species of salamander. Woopatchi resembles a white axolotl with multicolored gills with big lips that are pink, as are her limbs and tail ... Teftetchi is a teen stage Tamagotchi that debuted on the Tamag Ojitchi (おじっち Ojitchi) is a senior Tamagotchi that debuted on the Tamagotchi Osutchi in Japan and on the Tamagotchi Connection internationally. His female counterpart is Otokitchi. Ojitchi's head appears as that of an elderly man, with heavy eyelids that cover his eyes. He has two green, frail legs, and a balding head, having only two puffs of hair on either side and one long strand on ... Labilatchi, known as Rabirabitchi (ラビラビっち Rabirabitch

Tamatchi (たまっち Tamatchi) is a Tamagotchi character that debuted on the original Tamagotchi. It was introduced as a gender-neutral teen, but has been portrayed as a child in the modern era with its gender varying. "Tama" means (玉) "ball" in Japanese. Tamatchi resembles a round ball with a face, stubby arms and legs. In its original Japanese artwork, it was pink. In its US artwork, it ... Mix (stylized as m!x), is a breeding mechanic where an offspring share visual body traits from their two parents. A Tamagotchi born from the result of m!xing is a unique Tamagotchi Subspecies known as a My Tama (ナウたま Nautama). The feature was first introduced in the 2016 virtual pet Tamagotchi m!x. The mechanic is also … Bigsmile (ビッグスマイル Biggusumairu), whose full name is Bittonton Guspor Mimimiletchi XVI (ビットントン・グスポール・マイマイマイルッチ16世), is a male character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. Bigsmile's name comes from the English words big and smile, referring to the big smile he always has. Bigsmile has a plump red body and yellow feet. He has large dot ... More Fandoms. Fantasy. Unimarutchi is a character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. Unimarutchi comes from the English word Uni which is short for united and a reference to the Tamagotchi Uni. Maru is Japanese for circle. Unimarutchi has a fluffy body covered in pink and blue horizontal stripes.

Miraitchi (みらいっち Miraitchi) is an adult female character who debuted in the third anime series, Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends as a main character. She has a twin sister named Clulutchi and a companion called Watchlin. "Mirai" (未来) means "the future", which supports her origin as a Tamagotchi from the future. Together with the name of her twin sister, "kuru", they mean "the future ... Mix (stylized as m!x), is a breeding mechanic where an offspring share visual body traits from their two parents. A Tamagotchi born from the result of m!xing is a unique Tamagotchi Subspecies known as a My Tama (ナウたま Nautama). The feature was first introduced in the 2016 virtual pet Tamagotchi m!x. The mechanic is also …Ginjirotchi (ぎんじろっち Ginjirotchi) is a Tamagotchi that debuted on the original Tamagotchi. He then reappeared on the Tamagotchi Mini and the Tamagotchi Connection V2, but afterwards, he did not feature as a raiseable character again until the Pac-Man Tamagotchi. "Ginjiro" (ぎんじろ) is a Japanese name that means ……

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For 25 years, Tamagotchi has been entertaining people around the world, with more than 82 million units sold as of 2019. This Wiki is dedicated to all aspects the …Spacytchi (スペイシーっち Supeishītchi) also known as Spaceytchi, is a male Tamagotchi character who debuted in the first episode of the Tamagotchi! anime, and on the Tamagotchi iD virtual pet. He is boss of the Spacy Brothers, a group composed of himself, Pipospetchi, and Akaspetchi. He stars in every series of the … Tamagotchi! (たまごっち!Tamagotchi!) is an anime series produced by OLM Incorporated and Bandai Visual based on the Tamagotchi line of toys. It is the first in a series of four anime based off the franchise. About a year after the anime originally premiered in Japan, an English dub premiered in November 2010 in Australia. However, only 26 episodes were dubbed, even though they claimed ...

Tamagotchi: Party On! at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tamagotchi: Party On! at GameFAQs. Tamagotchi series.Crime scene photography is used to record evidence of a crime. Learn what crime scene photography is used for and why it needs to be admissable in court. Advertisement ­In detectiv...

I never watched episodes three and four of Disney+’s The Bo More Fandoms. Fantasy. Nyorotchi (にょろっち) is an adult-stage character that debuted on the original Tamagotchi. Nyorotchi's name comes from the Japanese word "nyoronyoro", which is onomatopoeia for wriggling or slithering. Also, the tilde (~) is known as nyoro in Japan. He resembles Kuchitamatchi with a blue head …The Chou Yarikuri Enjoi! Tamagotchi Kakeibo (超やりくりエンジョイ!たまごっちかけいぼ), is a Tamagotchi accessory for the Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus released in 2005. The Kakeibo is unique among Tamagotchi releases as it features a touch screen. It is larger than a standard Tamagotchi at the time, with a larger screen and a heart-shaped … The Deai Hakken!! Arukotch Tamagotchi (であい発Spice Things Up! is an animated short by study666i that released More Fandoms. Agetchi (あげっち Agetchi) is an adult female Tamagotchi character who is raisable on the Tamagotchi iD L. She has also appeared in the Tamagotchi! anime series. Agetchi's name comes from the Japanese word あげる ageru which normally means to rise or elevate. However, it is also frequently used … Moriritchi (もりりっち Moriritchi) is an adult female Tam It's always good to have a close circle of friends to lean on. Comments are closed. Small Business Trends is an award-winning online publication for small business owners, entrepre... It's always good to have a close circle of friends to lean oA Sanrio-themed Tamagotchi M!X was released in 2017, which featurTraining (しつけ Discipline) is a function introduced on th Tamagotchi! (たまごっち!Tamagotchi!) is an anime series produced by OLM Incorporated and Bandai Visual based on the Tamagotchi line of toys. It is the first in a series of four anime based off the franchise. About a year after the anime originally premiered in Japan, an English dub premiered in November 2010 in Australia. … The Jujutsutchi (じゅじゅつっち) is a licensed Tamag Woopatchi (うーぱっち Ūpatchi) is a female character that debuted on the Tamagotchi Uni. Woopatchi is likely derived from "Wooper Looper", a marketing term created for pet salamanders in Japan. The term is also used in Japan to refer to axolotls, a species of salamander. Woopatchi resembles a white axolotl with multicolored gills with big lips that are pink, as are her limbs and tail ... Crime scene photography is used to record ev[Happyburgertchi (ハッピーバーガーっち Happībāgātchi), formerly known as Makdotc Not to be confused with Memetchi. Mametchi (まめっち Mametchi) is a male The Tamagotchi Angel (てんしっちのたまごっち Tenshitchi no Tamagotchi, colloquially known as the Angelgotchi or Tenshitchi) is a Tamagotchi Virtual Pet release focused on the Tamagotchi afterlife. It debuted in Japan in August 1997, and was released worldwide by Bandai's international branches in February 1998. A …Find a Minority Owned custom software developer today! Read client reviews & compare industry experience of leading Minority Owned software development companies. Development Most ...