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This article is about a Japanese Tamagotchi release.

An example of an Entama

The Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus (超じんせーエンジョイ!たまごっちプラス Chou Jinsei Enjoi! Tamagotchi Purasu) also known as the Entama (エンたま) for short, is a Tamagotchi release that debuted in Japan on November 25, 2005. It was the first Tamagotchi release to include Internet functions, and includes a new shell design that features an antenna with a ball at the tip.

The Entama introduced the Skill Points (or GUTS Points) and Family (or Zoku) concepts, and included four character families: Mamezoku, Memezoku, Kuchizoku, and Hatenazoku. There is a total of 58 characters (42 basic characters; 3 secret characters; 3 oldies (plus Oyajitchi); and 10 Hatenazoku, also known as Call Dating Service characters).

New Features


One of the new features of the Entama is the "Cooking" Function (third option in the second icon). The ingredient items are separate from the Meals and the Snacks. Also, the food items are separated into three groups, Intelligence or Mamezoku, Style or Memezoku and Kindness or Kuchizoku (In which Mamezoku can only cook Mamezoku items and so forth). Since there are no Hatenazoku food items, Hatenazoku are not able to cook. Consuming a dish available from cooking increases guts points.

Life cycle and Guts Points

The predominant feature of the Entama is the Guts system - three personality traits that effectively replace discipline and correspond to a certain family, which are increased by playing games and using certain foods or items, and play a heavy part in a Tamagotchi's life experiences. The Entama has a somewhat different "aging time" than the Connexion/Connection Tamagotchis. The Entama takes much longer to age to give time to raise Guts Points.

The Entama is one of the few releases where the level of care does not impact what adult a Tamagotchi will evolve into - every group has three possible adults for boys and girls each that a teen will evolve into depending on what their best guts is when the time comes.

The Entama is life-like in the sense that the Tamagotchis can go to school and work. When the baby evolves into a toddler, it will enter Tamagotchi Preschool where it will meet Ms. Frill (フリルせんせい). Then, after graduating, the character will enter Tamagotchi School and meet (Mr. Turtlepedia, Ms. Flower (フラワせんせい)or Mr. Canvas (カンパスせんせい). The class the character enters depends on its highest Skill point category. Every day, the teacher will come and let the character choose one of three boxes that contains an icon (pencil for intelligence, Star for Style, and Flower for Kindness). If successful, the character will get 10 points for the icon category. Two days after the character evolves into an adult, it will graduate and receives a mail for a job interview. If rejected, the character would then be given more chances.

Care mistakes

The Entama uses a different care mistake system to most releases. The number of care mistakes persists throughout a Tamagotchi's life and the time that the attention icon will remain lit will decrease with each cumulative care mistake, and death will occur after only a measly five care mistakes. While care mistakes do not affect growth into adults, acquiring four will still cause a child to evolve into the bad care teen. To alleviate the semi-permanent effects of care mistakes, two kinds of medicines are available from E-Tamago - cough drops will lower the chance of the Tamagotchi getting sick upon a care mistake occuring for as long as it remains in its current stage, and the petite medicine reverses one care mistake per dosage.

Acquiring items


Memetchi visits E-Tamago (Japanese TamaTown).

Unlike the Connexion/Connection Tamagotchis, the Entama does not have a built-in "Shop" feature. Instead a Street Vendor (Ojitchi) brings items for the character to buy. The Street Vendor only brings one item at a time and visits twice a day (11 AM and 5 PM). The user is given a choice if they want to buy the item that the Street Vendor brought or not. Alternatively, one can log in to E-Tamago to shop from a much wider selection of items at TamaTama Market, including the Call Street Vendor item to summon Ojitchi at any time.


There are 3 games on the Entama, each corresponding to one of the skill groups.

The first game is a card matching game, which increases Intelligence and lasts for six rounds. Players must choose two out of the four presented cards and attempt to get a match, the results of which are completely dependant on luck.

The second game is a clothes-catching game (very similar to "Get The Notes" on the Keitai Kaitsuu Tamagotchi Plus), which increases Style and ends when 100 articles of clothing are collected. The player must shift a mannequin to the left or the right with either the A or B button to collect clothes and avoid poop.

The third and last game is a hammer game, which increases Kindness points and ends when 30 blocks are knocked down. It involves hitting certain blocks in a tower with a hammer to lower its height and safely rescue the Petitchi at the top.

Removed Functions

The Entama is the first ever Tamagotchi to remove two of the original primary functions: the discipline and the light switch. The Entama will turn the lights off itself at the appropriate times. The standard discipline was removed and replaced by three kinds of Guts - Intelligence, Style and Kindness.

Special Edition Entamas

There are three special edition Entamas. The actual gameplay is identical to that of regular Entamas except where noted.

  • CYOI Entama - This came in various shell designs. It has all the functions as any Entama, the only difference in the actual gameplay is that it has three different games (Book Balancing, Eye glass matching, and Healing a Flower). The difference in the design is that the beads are shaped like four-petaled flowers and have "CYOI" on them rather than "TMGC".
  • Tama Depa Entama - This Entama was only available at Tama Depa stores in Japan, and had a special Tama Depa-themed packaging and shell design.
  • Ciao Entama - To celebrate 30 years of the company Ciao, three special shell designs of Entamas were released: One with Mametchi, one with Memetchi, and one with Kuchipatchi.

Seasonal Animations

Sometimes the Entama shows the user's character next to an object or scenery. These are called Seasonal Animations. These happen every once in a while when the character is idle. When the user presses the (A) button on the Entama, the animation disappears but occurs again at another time.

List of Seasonal Animations

  • January 1 to 3- New Year Rice Cake Festival
  • March 1 to 3- Doll Festival
  • April 1 to 7- Cherry Blossom Viewing (Oyajitchi has a slightly different one)
  • July 1 to 30- Wind Chime Festival
  • August 3 to 9- Fireworks Festival
  • September 15 to 19- Full Moon Viewing
  • December 20 to 25- Talking Christmas Tree
  • December 24- Santa Clause Visits
  • Birthday (The set date of the user's birthday)



Visitors are guest characters that come to play games or sell items to the Tamagotchi. There are many visitors that come to the Entama.

List of Visitors

Daily Events

There are many events that happen everyday on the Entama, usually including the visitors.

List of Daily Events

  • 9:00 AM - Wake, Mail Delivery (Newspaper)
  • 10:30 AM - Preschool (Toddler)
  • 10:30 AM - Teacher (Teen)
  • 10:30 AM - Match Maker (Adult with job for 24 hours)
  • 11:00 AM - Street Vendor
  • 3:00 PM - Preschool (Toddler)
  • 3:00 PM - Teacher (Teen)
  • 3:00 PM - Match Maker (Adult with job for 24 hours)
  • 4:00 PM - Mail Delivery (Letter)
  • 5:00 PM - Street Vendor
  • 6:00 PM - Preschool (Toddler)
  • 6:00 PM - Teacher (Teen)
  • 7:00 PM - Match Maker (Adult)
  • 8:00 PM - Sleep (Toddler, Senior)
  • 9:00 PM - Sleep (Teen)
  • 10:00 PM - Sleep (Adult, Special)

Unfixed Events

Unlike the Daily Events, these events happen at unfixed times. Instead these events happen every 24 hours or before or after evolution. Here is the complete chronologically arranged list.

List of Unfixed Time Events

  • Preschool Entrance
  • Preschool Graduation
  • School Entrance (Class Selection)
  • School Graduation
  • Job Entrance (Job Selection)
  • Salary Delivery


When the Entama characters reach adult stage and graduate from school, they are able to get a career. A letter comes in the mail containing a list of jobs. Some job coupons are required to unlock some jobs; these are displayed as "????". The highest GUTS Points category affects the job offered.

After selecting a job, the Tamagotchi King's servants will interview the character. They will either raise up an "O" or an "X". If all three servants raise up an " O", the character passes the interview and will recieve an item related to the selected job. If one or more servants raise up an "X", the character is rejected and will be given a job that they meet the requirements for. If the job selection menu times out, the Tamagotchi will be given a temporary job until the next time the player reads the career letter.

List of career statuses:

  • Scientist (200+ Intelligence needed, allows Mametchi to evolve into Tensaitchi)
  • Television announcer (200+ Intelligence needed)
  • Schoolteacher (50+ Intelligence needed)
  • Medical doctor (Intelligence needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Bank clerk (Intelligence needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Recording artist (200+ Style needed, allows Memetchi to evolve into Makiko)
  • Fashion designer (200+ Style needed)
  • Baker (50+ Style needed)
  • Hair stylist (Style needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Flower shop salesman (Style needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Hot springs bath attendant (200+ Kindness needed, allows Kuchipatchi to evolve into Nonbiritchi)
  • Kindergarten teacher (200+ Kindness needed)
  • Policeman (50+ Kindness needed)
  • Train station attendant (Kindness needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Chef (Kindness needs to be the highest category when graduating)
  • Weatherman (Requires a coupon)
  • Crossing guard (Requires a coupon)
  • Barker (Requires a coupon)
  • Garbage man (Requires a coupon)
  • Gotchi King's castle servant (Requires a coupon)
  • Kindergarten student
  • School intelligence student (Intelligence needs to be the highest category when graduating from kindergarten)
  • School fashion student (Style needs to be the highest category when graduating from kindergarten)
  • School kindness student (Kindness needs to be the highest category when graduating from kindergarten)
  • Kindergarten candidate
  • Kindergarten graduate
  • School graduate
  • Unemployed

Salary and Rank

When the Tamagotchi first starts its job, it is ranked as a 1 star worker ( the rank can be viewed at the third status screen). Stars (ranks) affect how much you get for your salary. The Tamagotchi is able to have 3 stars maximum. To have 2 stars, the Tamagotchi must have increased the required guts category by a total of 100 points, and to get 3 stars, a further 300 points must be acquired.

  • 1000 points per day
  • 3000 points per day
  • 5000 points per day


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