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Tamagotchi virtual pets to return to Europe and North America

General November 28, 2013

The original Tamagotchi toys were introduced in the 1990s, with 40 million sold between 1996 and 1999Tamagotchi, the egg-shaped virtual pet beloved of schoolchildren in the 1990s, is making a comeback and is set to hit the shelves of European shops in time for Christmas. The tiny toy character, which owners have to nurture to maturity, was a worldwide smash the first time around, with maker Bandai selling 40 million units between 1996 and 1999. Now a new, updated version, called Tamagotchi Friends, is scheduled for release in Europe next month and in North America some time in 2014. A spokesman for Bandai in Tokyo said the new version is primarily aimed at children aged 7-9, and allows players to raise up to 24 different creatures.


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