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This article is about the location. You may be looking for the 1999 video game.

Tamagotchi town

Anime version of Tamagotchi Town.

Tamagotchi Town (たまごっちタウン Tamagotchi Taun), also known as Tamatown, is a town on the Tamagotchi Planet where many Tamagotchis live. It is densely populated by many forms of Tamagotchi. It features the Tamagotchi School, as well as a pre-school, a hospital, a bank, the Matchmaker's home, the Game Center, a post office, and many other shops and buildings. All of the buildings are alive; at night, they discuss the day's events and watch the Tamagotchis' dreams.

Forms

Pyonkotchi TT

A screen shot of TamaTown V4

The origins of Tamatown can be traced back to the 90's era of Tamagotchis. In the Japanese movie and manga, Tamatown as shown briefly as a cluster of massive cluster of the virtual pets, most being raised on support roles with staircases to raise them above the ground. The U.S. appearance on the Tamagotchi Video Adventures VHS release is similar, but has raised pathways as well, and has a monarchy, with Tamagotchis ruled under the Tamagotchi King. Other than homes and small shops, the U.S. form in the video also includes a museum of artifacts from other civilized planets, and an exhibit on the planet history.

Tamatown appeared once again with the release of the Keitai Kaitsuu Tamagotchi Plus in Japan. Using a mobile phone game, the Tamagotchis could now visit Tamatown and find mates, visit parents, and play games. The Tamatown featured was different from the original appearence; instead of raised buildings that resembled the virtual pet, the new Tamatown was shown to have a running railway, a news tower, a marketplace, houses, trees, and a station. Tall office buildings could also be seen in the far background. The city also had a new ruler: a round, golden egg with a crown and cape, known today as the Gotchi King.

With the release of the Chou Jinsei Enjoi Tamagotchi Plus, Tamatown expanded vastly. Rather than a small settlement, the modern Tamatown had many new buildings and stores, as well as a school, hospital, arcade, and many others. Entama owners could log on to a website, e-tamago.com, and visit Tamatown. They could play games, buy goods, visit relatives and teachers, among other things. The Tamagotchi Connection Version 3 through Version 4.5, released in countries outside Japan, has a similar Tamatown accessed through Tamatown.com, though with many differences from its Japanese counterpart.

Depiction on Anime

Tamagotchi Town served as the primary setting for Let's Go! Tamagotchi and the first seven seasons of the Tamagotchi! anime.

In GO-GO Tamagotchi!, Tamagotchi Town temporarily merges with Dream Town to form "Dreamtamatown".

Subsets of Tamatown

Many smaller settlements exist surrounding Tamatown, though are still ruled under the same Gotchi King. These include Mame City, which mainly consists of Mame group characters; Guruguru Town, with the Meme group; Patchi Forest, with the Kuchi group; Gozaru Village, for the Gozarutchis, Berry Town, for Ichigotchis, Flower Hills, for Violetchi; Oyaji Village, for Ojitchi, Otokitchi, and Oyajitchi; the Gotchi Ginza, a shopping district; and Makkakka Town, a springs resort featured on the Akai Tamagotchi.

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