Follow TV Tropes

Following

Anime / Tamagotchi

Go To

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tumblr_ny9xjpsc2c1u0kgmto5_400.jpg
Advertisement:

In 2009, Bandai's Tamagotchi virtual pet toy series got adapted into a TV anime featuring the various everyday happenings in the lives of Tamagotchi mascots Mametchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, and their friends on Tamagotchi Planet. The anime proved to be such a massive hit that it ran for a total of 271 episodes over a span of four installments:

  • Tamagotchi! (2009-2012, 143 episodes): A look at the everyday lives of Mametchi and his friends in Tama Town; more or less Slice of Life with a few fantasy elements mixed in. At a later point in the installment, the characters go around Tamagotchi Planet searching for Tama-Hearts. The first 26 episodes were dubbed into English and aired on Nine Network's 9Go! channel in Australia.
  • Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream (2012-2013, 49 episodes): The gang travels to Dream Town to attend Dream School, where they learn about their dream jobs. The first seven episodes of this installment were later dubbed into English and a select few other languages as a webtoon called Tamagotchi Friends.
  • Advertisement:
  • Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends (2013-2014, 29 episodes): Twin sisters named Miraitchi and Clulutchi accidentally wind up in the past. Mametchi and the gang help them to catch creatures called the Dreambakutchis that will help them get back to the future, but a mysterious villain named Smartotchi/X-Kamen makes that difficult.
  • GO-GO Tamagotchi! (2014-2015, 50 episodes): The gang finds themselves stuck in the Tamagottsun, a natural event that only occurs every 1,000 years that, among other things, merges Tama Town and Dream Town into one town.

There is also a fifth installment called Tamagotchi! Tamatomo Daishu GO!, but it's usually not counted as an official part of the series since it consists of 26 episodes taken from the previous four installments, just with new short segments placed in them. Shortly after it ended in 2015, the anime was replaced by Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama.

Advertisement:

Succeeded by a short film titled Eiga Tamagotchi: Himitsu no Otodoke Dai Sakusen!.


The Tamagotchi anime contains the following tropes:

  • Adults Are Useless: Played with. The parents and teachers are a big influence in the main cast's lives, offering effective comfort and guidance. Other adults, however, are more comical and unhelpful.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Justified, as they learned the language from Earth and adapted it. Initially, the Tamagotchis had a radically different language that sounded like squeaks and beeping.
  • All Just a Dream: Happens in "Hic! The Hiccups Will Not Stop" in which a scene where Mametchi, Lovelitchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, Makiko, and Telelin (although she's in Lovelitchi's pocket) hold hands in a circle around a book and glass, pray, and are sent flying in the sky does this straight, and said characters are still holding hands.
    • Or Was It a Dream?: In said episode, everyone besides Memetchi (even Telelin) hiccup. Taken Up to Eleven by the fact that at the end of the episode, the hiccup counter says that there are over 9,000 hiccups to go.
  • Almost Kiss: Occurs in episode 127 during one of Himespetchi's fantasies about Mametchi. This time, she is daydreaming that she is marrying Mametchi, and Kuchipatchi (who is the priest at this wedding) says Mametchi may now kiss the bride. When he says this, Himespetchi comes close to kissing Mametchi, but she snaps out of the daydream before the deed is actually done.
  • Alphabetical Theme Naming: D2, a musical duo who are referenced several times in Yume Kira Dream, consists of the members Daisy and Dalia.
  • Art Shift: In the ending credits. Combined with Evolving Credits and this is too many to list.
  • April Fools' Plot: One episode had Memetchi fooling the others into thinking she was moving away. She later admits this was a lie. Cue all of the Tama-Friends except Kuromametchi crying in a circle (Memetchi is in the middle).
  • Astral Finale: The series finale takes place in outer space, with Mametchi and his friends trying to cheer up the Tamagotchi Planet, to allow Tamagottsun to end.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: Paparighttchi, while a skilled inventor, has built a bunch of machines that fall into this category. This includes a rocket ship that can circle the earth while baking a pie, and an automated vacuum cleaner that can only clean dirt it deliberately drops in front of itself.
  • Back for the Finale: A number of characters make cameo appearances in the finale.
  • Bad-Guy Bar: There's one in Tamagotchi Town called Waru Cafe, a usual hangout for the Spacey Brothers.
  • Bait-and-Switch: In episode 15 of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, Spaceytchi kidnaps Himespetchi and does something suspiciously resembling Black Comedy Rape to her. It's revealed a second later that he's actually just rubbing her back, but sheesh.
  • Baleful Polymorph: The last few episodes of the first installment have the characters hurrying to reverse a curse that is causing all the Tamagotchis to turn into giant eggs.
  • Baseball Episode: Close to one. Episode 12 of GO-GO Tamagotchi! is about the characters playing in a game of soccer.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: Tomomi, a human girl who got teleported to Tamagotchi Planet by accident at one point, does not have any problems breathing in the planet's atmosphere.
  • Beautiful All Along: A rare male example with Spacytchi. After washing himself and removing his black outfit, the girls find him much more attractive.
  • Beautiful Dreamer: In one episode, Himespetchi notices Mametchi is sleeping in a bed right next to hers, and immediately walks up to him to affectionately watch him sleeping. She keeps this up for the entire night, causing her to be quite tired the following morning.
  • Berserk Button: Do not mess with Memetchi's hair. She will scream and cry very angrily about it if you end up pressing it. This also includes making rumors about it.
  • The Big Race: On at least two occasions.
    • The very first episode, "Get Ready! The Big Race on Tama Street", is about Mametchi participating in a race where there are several events placed along the way that the racer has to complete to move on.
    • "Tamagotchi Space Grand Prix", the 34th episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, has the characters participating in a race where they have to navigate several planets using spaceships.
  • Birthday Episode: At least three, all of which are Ageless Birthday Episodes.
    • Episode 6b, "Listen, Tama-Friends! Lovelin's Confession", takes place during Mametchi's birthday.
    • Mametchi also celebrates his birthday in Yume Kira Dream episode 10.
    • Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream episode 10 for Cafe Mama.
  • Broken Pedestal: In one episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, Orenetchi's admiration for Kuromametchi wanes when he realizes he geeks out about Lovelin. After he helps Kuromametchi and his friends save one of Lovelin's concerts, however, Orenetchi reassesses his opinion and admires him once again.
  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": Gotchiman's shirt has a big "G" on it.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Gotchiman has called his attacks several times, such as saying "Gotchi Beam!" as he is about to use his Gotchi Beam.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Subverted with Spaceytchi and Himespetchi, as seen in the latter's debut episode.
  • Children Are Innocent:
    • Chamametchi.
    • As of Episode 16 of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, we now have Lovelitchi's little brother, Lovesoratchi.
  • Christmas Episode: There was at least one every year during the anime's run.
  • Couch Gag: At the end of the credits for each episode of the first season of Yume Kira Dream, there is a shot of several characters (specifically Mametchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, Yumemitchi, Kiraritchi, Himespetchi, and the Spacy Brothers). One of the characters will do a specific action, such as waving to the viewers or making some kind of happy face; the exact character changes with each episode.
  • Creepy Crossdresser: Himespetchi's crush on Mametchi reaches the point where she crossdresses as him. While it's unsettling to everyone else, she's not being outright malicious.
  • Crossdresser: Mametchi crossdresses as a girl once in a television program. Kuromametchi flirts with him, leading to an Unsettling Gender Reveal.
  • Crush Filter: Himespetchi sees Mametchi as much, much more handsome than he really is. The version of him that she sees has a more detailed and handsome-looking face, longer arms and legs, a deeper voice, and a bunch of sparkles surrounding him.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Kuromametchi, despite being a dark version of Mametchi, is often portrayed just as heroic and charismatic as Mametchi.
  • Demoted to Extra: As to be expected with a show featuring such a large cast, many characters within a season gradually fade into the background, with the exception of the billed main cast.
  • The Dentist Episode: No Way! Mametchi Gets a Toothache. Mametchi gets a cavity from eating a donut and is afraid of the dentist due to "that screeching drilling sound." His attempts to get rid of it himself are worthless, but he later ends up having to go after his parents find out.
  • Dreadful Musician: Mametchi's awful singing has his friends covering their ears in agony. Melodytchi, oddly enough, seems to like his singing. Himespetchi is also able to tolerate his singing, but only because of her crush on him.
  • Dub Induced Plothole: Tamagotchi Friends, the official dub of Yume Kira Dream, splits the YKD episode plotlines into two 3-minute episodes. This means lots of content from the original script is ignored or erased.
  • Dub Name Change: The Korean dub changes Mametchi's name to Kkomkkomtchi.
  • Easily Thwarted Alien Invasion: Whatever plan the Spacey Brothers have in mind, it almost always backfires.
  • Emotions vs. Stoicism: At one point, Kuromametchi realizes he's losing his stoicism and acting more cheerful and emotional. It takes some soul-searching before he realizes he can be both.
  • End-of-Series Awareness: The last episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi! has Mametchi thanking the viewers for watching their show at the end. He and his other Tama-Friends (including Dream School) all wave and say goodbye as the screen fades out.
  • Everything Dances: In one scene of the season 1 intro, the buildings dance to the show's opening song.
  • Evolving Credits: The show's opening and closing credits typically change halfway between a season, often using Art Shifts. Also, in one season, where the characters seen in the opening often varied, and what happens during a sequence where Tamagotchis hold hands on Tamagotchi Planet varies, too.
  • Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name!: Done most of the time.
  • Face on the Cover: A good chunk of the DVD releases for the first installment of the TV show have one of the characters on the cover.
  • Fang Thpeak: One episode features Mametchi as a vampire, who averts both this and Vampire Vords.
  • Fat and Skinny: Orenetchi is the skinny brother to the fat Neenetchi.
  • Fat Girl: Neenetchi is a fat girl.
  • Festival Episode: The episode "Let's Celebrate! Tama-Beans Festival" has the characters celebrating a festival similar to the Japanese holiday of Setsubun, where those celebrating the festival throw beans to ceremonially expel evil spirits from their house.
  • The Film of the Book: In-universe, of course. Time Love, the book based on a love letter found by Mametchi and friends in episode 10b, gets adapted into a film simply titled Time Love: The Movie.
  • Fingerless Hands: All Tamagotchis with limbs have no fingers, though will spontaneously produce thumbs or stubby fingers to make gestures (thumbs up, peace, etc).
  • Follow Your Nose: In GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 11, Kuchipatchi does this to find Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi's missing clothes. He detours to the cafeteria first, naturally.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 35, where Himespetchi and Neenetchi inexplicably switch bodies after bumping into each other by accident.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Pipospetchi could possibly be considered this, if we knew what he was saying.
    Pipospetchi: (usual language)
    Spaceytchi: R-relax, you don't have to say that....
  • Geisha: This is what Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi transform into in Yume Kira Dream episode 28, where they have to use this transformation to get Super Yadokaritchi (a giant hermit crab Tamagotchi) to leave Ikaritchi's garage, which he was using as a shell to live in.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar:
    • There's a scene in a GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode where Spaceytchi rubs Himespetchi's back, but it's portrayed to look like something else at first. It doesn't help that Akaspetchi and Pipospetchi cower in fear at the sight, indicating that even they don't think it's pretty. Very subtle, Bandai. Very subtle.
    • This crosses with Bilingual Bonus (for native Japanese speakers, anyway) in a Miracle Friends episode that gives us Miraitchi saying "sexy" in English.
    • There's an episode where Mametchi says that a couple made by two girls would be weird. That's right, Bandai managed to sneak a reference to homosexuality into a Tamagotchi episode.
    • One episode features a Tamagotchi in Chamametchi's class claiming he thinks he will throw up.
  • Gratuitous English: Melodytchi often slips English words and phrases into her speech.
  • Group Picture Ending: The finale ends with Mametchi and all of his friends and classmates standing on front of Dream School, waving goodbye at the audience.
  • Halloween Episode: "Shining Smiles! Happy Tamaween", the 30th episode of GO-GO Tamagotchi!.
  • Haunted House: In one episode, the Spacey Brothers find an old mansion with the usual moving furniture and windows that suddenly fly open. Of course, Akaspetchi is terrified, but as it turns out, the house itself was actually mechanical, used for a set in an episode of Gotchiman.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Orenetchi, who idolizes Kuromametchi.
  • Hiccup Hijinks: Hic! The Hiccups Will Not Stop focuses on Memetchi's bad case of this. They end up trying to find ways to get rid of it.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Mametchi. He eventually gains the ability to sing properly through the Melody Charm. Even without it before Yume Kira Dream, he has his moments - one time, his singing was so bad it caused Himespetchi's ship to crash. Later in Yume Kira Dream, however, he is finally able to sing without being tone-deaf.
  • Hong Kong Dub: Some frequent moments of this trope appear in the English dub of Tamagotchi!.
  • I Need to Go Iron My Dog: In "Cheery Cherry Blossoms", Chamametchi reacts to Mametchi deciding to sing by explaining she has "something to do" and making a run for it.
  • Identical Stranger: In episode 65b, Doremitchi follows a girl who looks exactly like Melodytchi save for her mouth, convinced it's the real Melodytchi.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: Spaceytchi. Come on, he wore a dress for a costume festival once!
  • Instant Bandages: In GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 35, Himespetchi and Neenetchi deliberately collide into each other several times in an attempt to reverse their "Freaky Friday" Flip. They hit each other enough times that bandages spontaneously appear all over them.
  • Last Episode Theme Reprise: At the end of GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 50, the theme song plays over a montage of clips from previous episodes.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: In "Get Ready! The Big Race on Tama Street", Lovelin asks the audience watching the race to stay tuned. The episode cuts to a commercial break after she says this.
  • Love at First Sight: Himespetchi develops her crush on Mametchi only a few seconds after she sees him for the first time.
  • Love Hurts: Spaceytchi had to learn that the hard way. Twice.
    • When he first met Agetchi, he was instantly smitten. In fact, she was all he could think about to the point where he ended up ignoring his own brothers! But at the very end, it turns out Agetchi already had a boyfriend, much to Spaceytchi's dismay.
    • There was also Himespetchi, who ended up forgetting all about him even though they were together for a long time and fell in love with Mametchi.
  • MacGuffin: The Dreambakutchis in Miracle Friends. Miraritchi and Clulutchi need them to return to the future.
  • Magical Girl: In Yume Kira Dream, Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi undergo magical girl-like transformations Once per Episode.
  • Merchandise-Driven: The series is based on virtual pet toys, after all.
  • Message in a Bottle: Episode 10b, "A Puzzling Love Message in a Bottle", is about the gang discovering a bottle containing a message that has washed up on the shore. The message it contains catches everyone's attention for being a very, very well written love letter, up to the point that it gets turned into a novel that later gets a movie adaptation.
  • Mobile Shrubbery: Himespetchi, at one point in episode 3 of Yume Kira Dream, hides under a bush to see why Mametchi is hanging out with Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi.
  • Multi-Part Episode: In GO-GO Tamagotchi!, the show's format reverted back to its original Two Shorts standard. Certain episodes from that installment, however, were 22-minute-long stories that had each 11-minute half labeled as "Part 1" and "Part 2".
  • Narrator: GO-GO Tamagotchi! adds a narrator to the cast.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: In Yume Kira Dream, Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi transform into members of a particular occupation and are given the powers of said occupation, specifically to solve a problem occurring in the episode.
  • New Season, New Name: Three times, all later on in the show. What's technically Season 7 of the series as a whole is the first season to be called Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream, and the following season continues on with this title; the 9th season changes the title again, this time to Tamagotchi! Miracle Friends; the 10th and 11th seasons are labeled GO-GO Tamagotchi!; and the 12th and final season is titled Tamagotchi! Tamatomo Daishu GO!.
  • Not So Above It All: In one episode, Kuromametchi catches himself starting to act more cheerful and plucky like Mametchi.
  • Oh, Crap!: Himespetchi, upon being asked by Neenetchi if she has a crush on Mametchi in GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 3b, pulls a shocked blushing expression and struggles to keep herself calm for a few seconds before she admits to having the crush.
  • Once per Episode: Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi transforming in Yume Kira Dream.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Cafe Mama and Candy Pakupaku.
  • Overly Long Name: Candy Pakupaku's real name is "Candy Super Quick Pass and Smile Sparktchi".
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi, while in their Yume Kira bag transformations, become completely unrecognizable to others despite still looking enough like their normal selves that they would otherwise be noticed in those forms.
  • Piano Key Wave: Pianitchi often does this with her Smapi when she's excited or happy.
  • Pinch Me: In Yume Kira Dream episode 11, the fictional celebrity duo D2 visits the Kira Tamamori shop and gives Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi some D2 cards. Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi pinch themselves to make sure they're not dreaming, then get excited since they actually met D2 in real life.
  • Powers in the First Episode: Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi receive the Yume Kira bags which allow them to transform in the first episode of Yume Kira Dream.
  • Quest for a Wish: GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 5b, "Wishes Come True? Rumor of Moshimo Mountain", is about the Tama-Friends racing to the top of Moshimo Mountain after hearing a rumor that whoever climbs to the top of the mountain will be granted one wish.
  • Ride the Rainbow: Mametchi invents a slide called the Rainbow Sleightchi in episode 4a, which uses this trope as its motif.
  • Road Sign Reversal: In GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 34, the Spacey Brothers attempt to throw off the other racers by reversing an arrow sign pointing to which direction the racers should go. Himespetchi, Neenetchi, and Oyajitchi catch on to the trick.
  • Robot Me: Mametchi makes a robot version of Papapianitchi for Cafe Mama in one episode of Yume Kira Dream.
  • Romantic Spoonfeeding: At the end of Yume Kira Dream episode 44, after Boltochi confesses his love for Nutochi, the latter is seen spoon-feeding the former some cake.
  • Running Gag: In Miracle Friends, Enchoutchi keeps mistaking X's disguised form for an empty vase, and puts flowers in him. Becomes a major plot point in episode 19.
  • Sempai/Kohai: Orenetchi considers Kuromametchi his sempai.
  • Sentient Vehicle: All of the vehicles have Tamagotchi faces, though the rocket ship from the movie and the Lovelin Tour Bus are two of the major ones.
  • Series Goal: The Miracle Friends arc has the goal of returning Miraitchi and Clulutchi to the future.
  • She's a Man in Japan: The English dub of Tamagotchi! turns Tamastetchi into a male.
  • Shout-Out: In Yume Kira Dream episode 9, Himespetchi imagines she is on a ship with Mametchi. Mametchi holds her as she leans on the front of the boat, arms outstretched, referencing Titanic (1997).
  • Show Within a Show: Gotchiman, Mametchi's favorite TV show, is shown in quite a few episodes.
  • Significant Birth Date: Mametchi's birthday is November 23rd, the same day the original Tamagotchi toys were first sold in 1996. Likewise, Kuchipatchi's birthday is May 18th, the day when Tamagotchi toys first came to the US in 1997.
  • Single-Biome Planet: The racetrack for the space race in GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 34 goes through a few single-biome planets. The biomes represented by the planets are, in order of appearance, a desert, a snow/ice world, and a forest.
  • Slice of Life: A combination of this and the fantasy genre. Some episodes have more of a slice of life feel to them while others steer more towards the fantasy genre.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Most notably Spaceytchi. His name's most commonly spelled as Spacytchi (without the e), but there are some who spell it as Spaceytchi (with the e).
  • Speaks in Binary: Pipospetchi. Though it's probably best if we don't know what he's REALLY saying...
  • Stacy's Mom: In episode 25 of Tamagotchi! Yume Kira Dream, Patitchi suspects Mametchi has fallen in love with Cafe Mama, though these suspicions are dismissed later on.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Himespetchi's attitude toward Mametchi. She'll easily try to follow him around at any opportunity she gets.
  • Surprise Party: In "It's a Secret! Mametchi's Birthday", Mametchi's Tama-Friends try to keep a surprise party they have planned for him a secret.
  • Theme Tune Cameo: The Kirakira Girls and Rainboys once played YKD's Season 2 themes.
  • Theme Tune Extended: An extension of the GO-GO Tamagotchi! theme song exists which is almost four minutes long.
  • Title Theme Tune: The first theme song (and by extension, its later iterations, such as in GO-GO Tamagotchi!) - "Ready, go! Hashi, go! Tamagotchi!" - and one of the later theme songs - "Dai-dai-dai-dai-daisuki, Ta-ta-ta-ta-Tamagotchi!" - play this straight. One of the other later theme songs, "Like & Peace!", has at least one mention of the show's title, but doesn't incorporate it into the song's refrain. All of the other theme songs avert this.
  • Token Human: Tomomi, who appeared in the TV show from episode 96 to episode 112. She was accidentally transported to Tamagotchi Planet by one of Mametchi's inventions, not unlike Tanpopo in the first movie.
  • Transformation Sequence: In Yume Kira Dream, Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi are given transformation sequences whenever they use the Yume Kira bags.
  • Transformation Trinket: The Yume Kira bags, which transforms their user's outfit into something resembling a particular occupation, along with giving them those particular skills.
  • Translator Microbes: The gang uses a translation machine on Super Yadokaritchi in Yume Kira Dream episode 28 to understand what he's saying and communicate with him.
  • Trapped in the Past: This is the primary conflict of Miracle Friends, where Miraitchi and Clulutchi are inexplicably sent to the past and have to collect Dreambakutchis to return to the future.
  • Two Shorts: Zig-zagged. The anime started out using the "two 11-minute segments per episode" format before switching to one 22-minute story per episode starting with episode 95. It returned to its original "two shorts" format in episode 1 of GO-GO Tamagotchi! and remained like that for the rest of the series, with the occasional "22-minute story" episode popping up there as well.
  • Tyop on the Cover: The English title card for episode 20a, "Cheery Cherry Blossoms", misspells the word "blossoms" as "bloosoms".
  • Underdogs Never Lose:
    • In episode 34 of GO-GO Tamagotchi!, Team Mamemepatchi (Mametchi, Memetchi, Kuchipatchi) arrive to the race later than the other competitors, suffer a bad start, spend almost all of the race trailing the other racers, but they end up being the only ones to finish the race..
    • Averted in episode 19 of Yume Kira Dream. In this case, Mametchi is the underdog in the tea robot competition. He makes it through to the finals, but loses to Righttchi.
  • Unnecessarily Creepy Robot: The robot duplicate of Papapianitchi that Mametchi tries to make for Cafe Mama. It targets nearby girls and thrusts flowers in their faces while frantically proclaiming its love for them.
  • Unscaled Merfolk: In episode 44 of Yume Kira Dream, Yumemitchi and Kiraritchi are transformed into mermaids by the Yume Kira bags. Their mermaid tails do not have visible scales.
  • Valentine's Day Episode: GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 44b is one, about Orenetchi wishing Himetchi and Momotchi would give him some Valentine's chocolates.
  • Vampire Vords: One episode features Mametchi as a vampire, who averts both this and Fang Thpeak.
  • Verbal Tic: Has its own page.
  • Villain Episode: A few episodes focus on the Spacey Brothers and their villainous schemes.
  • Weddings in Japan: In episode 127, Himespetchi fantasizes a Western-style marriage ceremony where she's marrying Mametchi, who is wearing a white tuxedo, while she wears a Fairytale Wedding Dress.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Melodytchi crossdresses as Oyajitchi during a summer festival.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Himespetchi has a fear of slugs and snails.

Alternative Title(s): Tamagotchi Yume Kira Dream, Tamagotchi Miracle Friends, Go Go Tamagotchi, Tamagotchi Tamatomo Daishu Go

Top

Example of:

/
/

Feedback