The Tamagotchi Connection Version 5 "Familtchi" (known as the いぇー！ふぁみりーイロイロ！たまごっちプラス Family Iro Iro!
Tamagotchi Plus aka Famitama in Japan) is the sixth model in the line of Tamagotchi connection virtual pets.
Notes: The original Tamagotchi was a virtual pet created in Japan by Akihiro Yokoi of Wi Z Co. It had one baby character, one toddler character, two teen characters, and seven adult characters, for a total of 11 characters.
It was released in Japan in 1996, then in America and Europe in 1997.
The two "generations" have different characters and a different game in each, and a number of other minor differences, such as small differences in the Meal and Snack options,the background of the Tamagotchi and in the animation that is shown at the end of a Tamagotchi's life. Notes: The Tenshitchi no Tamagotchi was released in Japan in August 1997 with three different designs, and a later English version, the Tamagotchi Angel, was released in America and Europe with four designs.The V5's screen is unique, as it is now 1.5x the size of screens prior. The "Medicine" icon has now been merged with the "Chest" icon, and two new icons, being "Television" and "Training" have now been added.For the Japanese release of the Famitama, rather than having an antenna, they instead have a key loop, with a key hanging off the side.If you think youth is wasted on the young, then you should look at the toys they get to play with - everyone of these is a stone-cold classic, from tiny tanks to radical robots.The worst thing about any of these high-tech treats is prising them away from the young ones in the first place. Infrared Micro Battling Tanks When the tiny get tough, the tough get tiny - £50 gets you a pair of micro tanks (a US Abrams and a German Leopard 2) which can battle against each other using infra-red beams.