Tamagotchi-inspiring Pokémon Devices have existed for some time, but a new collaboration between The Pokémon Company and Tamagotchi brings one pocket monster to real people's pockets.
Tamagotchi and The Pokémon Company join the first official Tamagotchi Pokemon, which will enable owners to look after their own Eevee. In addition, each Eevee has the potential to evolve into one of eight incredible Pokémon creatures: Espeon, Umbreon, Sylveon, Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon, Leafeon, and Glaceon.
The Nano Tamagotchi will be released in Japan in January 2019, according to a Japanese website for the gadget. There is no current release date for North America. The Tamagotchi was first stunned earlier this month after information was dropped, but it was not confirmed until today.
Although this is the first official Tamagotchi and Pokémon function, this is the first time for the Pokémon Company to explore a digital digital pet for players. Pocket Pikachu, inspired by the incredible Tamagotchi success, was released in 1998. It allowed Pokémon Supporters to carry a small Pikachu in their pocket. Then, in 2010, the Pokémon Company released the PokéWalker, which was essentially a small Pikachu display.
The Eevee Tamagotchi is available in appropriate brown-and-pink hardwoods, and will be retail for around $ 20.