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.At the most intense point of his hobby, he cared for 20 all at once.
When he was finally gifted a translucent orange “V1” — a version of the device released in 2004 — he was hooked.
It has a new option, however, of being able to go to the park and meet other characters.
It also has a new option of being able to "remodel" your house, which is basically changing the background of your living room.
When a Mesutchi and Osutchi connect in the adult stage, their mating may result to a child.
Both Mesutchi and Osutchi feature 31 characters each.