Tamagotchi Pix brings 90s games to life
Tamagotchi Pix brings 90s games to life

Bandai has announced the launch of Tamagotchi Pix, which combines the classic '90s animal conservation game Tamagotchi with a new built-in camera for capturing photos with your digital pet.

The Tamagotchi Pix's egg shape and the three buttons retain the essence of the virtual animal-breeding experience.

A virtual pet has gone through different stages in its life, such as: it hatches from an egg, needs attention, for example b- ordering food or playing with it and dies after a few days.

For those who are familiar with the original game, they will find new games compatible with 2021.

The screen is color instead of a pixelated black and white screen, and there is a built-in camera that allows you to take pictures with your virtual pet and tap buttons instead of the usual physical buttons.

To feed your virtual pet, you can cook for it or order food delivery service.

You can also develop a virtual animal by drawing or cooking and taking pictures of the animal with the camera.

The photos you take in the game are saved locally and any photos you take appear in your feed to record the time you spend with your virtual pet.

There is also an exploration mode where other Tamaguchi's friends appear to be active with your virtual pet.

You can schedule a game and call a friend's device using the Tama code. However, as with the original version, no wireless network connection is required to use Tamagotchi Pix.

The Tamagotchi Pix is ​​priced at $ 60, and the company has opened the door to initial order. The game will go on sale in July.

This isn't the first time Bandai has rebooted a game as it released a miniature version of its digital pet game in 2017 to celebrate its 20th year in North America.

In 2019 Tamagotchi On was launched to introduce virtual pets to the North American market with color devices.

The company says it has sold more than 82 million Tamagotchi toys on its market worldwide for nearly 25 years.

The brand was first introduced in Japan in 1996 and arrived in the United States the following year.

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