orb3000 · Aug 14, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Tamagotchi Game for Android

Do you remember The Tamagotchi? A handheld digital pet created in Japan in 1996 that sold more than 70,000,000 units world-wide as of 2008.
XDA member Whoareyou presents Tamagotchi for Android devices with HVGA/QVGA/WVGA resolutions.
Four different games are presented by developer: Tamagotchi Angel, Tamagotchi Monster as the main ones, the other two versions are very similar and still on developing stage, so if you like them please leave feedback so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by Whoareyou
[APPS]Tamagotchi: Original, Monster, Angel, Soccer

Remember those lillte egg shapped virtual pet toys of the 90’s wellll there back and beter than ever and ive converted all the mobile versions to work on android the are graphical errors and calibration issuses but with your all help we can get tis working perfectly!!!!!!!
Ok Here are Working tamagotchi Apps for display resolutions of (HVGA), (QVGA), and (WVGA) its still is kinda hard to use but its does work… ill convert to other screen sizes by request and release othe tamagotchi games such as monster and original over time.
Download Below
Please Post Bugs Below, and anybody willing to fix any graphic errors feel free to do so.

You can find more information in the game thread.


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