Eevee × Tamagotchi

Eevee × Tamagotchi (Japanese: イーブイ×たまごっち) is a virtual pet toy part of Bandai's Tamagotchi Nano line.

Eevee × Tamagotchi
イーブイ×たまごっち
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Eevee × Tamagotchi
Basic info
Platform: Self-contained
Category: Virtual pet
Players: Single player
Connectivity:
Developer: WiZ
Publisher: Bandai
Part of: Generation VII
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: N/A
ACB: N/A
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: N/A
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: January 26, 2019
North America: N/A
Australia: N/A
Europe: N/A
South Korea: N/A
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: Bandai Channel
English: N/A

It was released on January 26, 2019 in Japan only. A promotional selling sheet with information about the toy was leaked online two months prior.[1][2]

Gameplay

Eevee × Tamagotchi plays like a typical Tamagotchi v-pet, but with Eevee and its evolutions as the only possible Tamagotchis. Eevee will hatch from an Egg after the clock is set and evolve 72 hours from its birth. There are eleven possible outcomes, including its eight standard evolutions (Sylveon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Leafeon, Glaceon, Espeon, Umbreon) and three additional forms (Costume Eevee, Team Rocket Eevee, Ditto).

Eevee has four hunger hearts and four happiness hearts. Hunger goes down one heart per hour, while happiness goes down one heart per 50 minutes. Feeding Eevee food once restores one hunger heart while feeding it a snack or playing a non-perfect game restores one happy heart. Winning a perfect game fills two happy hearts. There is no limit on how much candy Eevee can eat, but it will always stop at four hearts. The meal is a bowl of food and the snack is Pokéblocks. Instead of leaving poo around like most Tamagotchis, Eevee will leave hairballs every three hours from hatch time that must be cleaned up.[3] If calls to feed or brush away hairballs are ignored for too long, Eevee will sulk, represented by it making an upset expression with three lines at the top of the screen. Pressing the A button will cheer Eevee up.

If Eevee is neglected enough or not cheered up when it sulks, Eevee will run away, leaving an image of an open Poké Ball with text reading "Bye Bye..." ("バイバイ...") next to it. Pressing the A and C buttons together will make a new egg appear.

Controls

Pressing the A Button opens the food and game menu. It is also used to open the lights on and off menu when Eevee has fallen asleep. Pressing the B button will open the clock screen. Pressing the C button shows Eevee's status. Pressing A and C together will open the menu or turn on or off the sound. Pressing A and C together while on the clock screen will allow the player to set the time.

Minigames

Eevee × Tamagotchi has two minigames:

  • Berry Get: Players must catch falling berries while avoiding fire, water, lightning, grass, and ice. The berries and symbols fall in three columns, and players move between them with A (left) and B (right). Catching at least one berry counts as a win, and five berries must be caught for a perfect game. Catching one of the symbols or missing a berry when it appears will end the game.
  • Dance ♪: Eevee will dance around the screen and then present players with the buttons to press (A or B, once or twice). Players must respond correctly at least once to win, and five times for a perfect game.

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