Tamagotchi TamaTown (partially found flash game; 2006-2013)


Tamagotchi TamaTown
Screenshot of TamaTown.
Screenshot of TamaTown.
Status Partially Found

TamaTown was a flash game for people who owned a Tamagotchi Connection virtual pet toy (versions 3 and newer) that allowed players to explore the fictional Tamagotchi Town and earn prizes that could be brought back to their Tamagotchi Connection device.

Players could also play mini games that would unlock exclusive items for their Tamagotchi and also shop for items that would be spent with the money on their device. When a player had finished playing in TamaTown, they would receive 10-digit passcodes for the items they received. These codes would be manually entered into the device to receive the items.

There were different versions of TamaTown for each version of the Tamagotchi Connection. The later versions of TamaTown would include extra mini games and new items that were introduced into the later devices.

On the 6th of February 2013, the TamaTown servers were shut down forever as Bandai were no longer making a profit off of the game, and a newer line of Tamagotchi toys were being introduced to the West around the same time: Tamagotchi Friends. All that has been archived on the Wayback Machine are the websites and the V4 version of TamaTown, which you cannot login as the servers are shut down. Other versions of TamaTown for Tamagotchi Connection are currently lost.

Found SWFs

  • tama_shell.swf
  • intro.swf
  • town.swf
  • king.swf
  • parents.swf
  • grandparents.swf
  • tama_island.swf
  • vote_off.swf
  • mall.swf
  • toys.swf
  • music.swf

Lost SWFs

  • arcade.swf
  • school.swf
  • foodcourt.swf
  • travel.swf
  • townhall.swf
  • theatre.swf
  • preschool.swf
  • office.swf
  • station.swf
  • bank.swf
  • hospital.swf
  • postoffice.swf
  • clothing.swf

Updates

AUGUST 26, 2017: The music played in the mall was found 5 days ago. I posted it on my Google Drive, but please note that it will not play if you are using Edge. It will play if you use Chrome, though. [1]

External links

Comments


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Anonymous user #1

12 months ago
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It's a shame that this is now gone. I used to love this when I was a kid
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Anonymous user #2

12 months ago
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Hm, i just got a tamagotchi a couple months ago...never heard of this, besides on a website called TamaTalk! I'll try checking there, person who's reading this should, too.
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Anonymous user #3

11 months ago
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This link doesn't work :/ It's a shame... nostalgia incoming
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Anonymous user #4

11 months ago
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I can't get my tamas cool stuff anymore fml
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Unders

10 months ago
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Used to play this all the time, never knew it got shut down
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Anonymous user #5

8 months ago
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I remember that game vividly.
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Anonymous user #6

8 months ago
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I miss Tamatown.
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Anonymous user #6

8 months ago
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This page doesn't say much about the different versions. V3 and V4 had very similar Tamatowns. The main difference was you couldn't get into V4 without owning the device. V5 had one (I think it had Expo in the name?) that was very different but still had the usual passwords to send back to the device. The V6 (AKA Tamagotchi Music Star) had a game (Might have been called Music City. Can anyone confirm?) that was so different that I couldn't even play it on my old computer. Does anyone know if the Tamago had a website like this too? I never owned that one.
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Anonymous user #10

4 months ago
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The Tama-GO did indeed have its own version of Tamatown. I, however, can't seem to find it.
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Anonymous user #7

8 months ago
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why do you name the website the lost media wiki
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Anonymous user #8

8 months ago
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why do you name the website the lost media wiki
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Anonymous user #6

8 months ago
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Why do you ask here of all places? A random article isn't the best choice when this would be a question for the site creator.
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Anonymous user #9

8 months ago
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UH, DUH!

BECAUSE IT'S ABOUT MEDIA THAT'S LOST!
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SootyFan1996

7 months ago
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I found the V5 TamaTown! https://web....ndex_en.html
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Anonymous user #10

4 months ago
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Hey, I actually found a way to get into one of the mini-games, if anyone wants to know!
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Anonymous user #11

3 months ago
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Please, I just found my old V4 and wish I could be on the site just for fun
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Anonymous user #12

3 months ago
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It's a shame this was lost, this was a pretty novel idea for the time. Sounds like it would've been a pretty fun game had I known about it at the time.
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Anonymous user #13

3 months ago
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Also in V6 you can't get special tamagotchis anymore
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Parapadarappa333

3 months ago
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found something interesting https://web....3DE/toys.swf
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Ryanskii

3 months ago
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what do you keep finding it?
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Parapadarappa333

3 months ago
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@Mynameismeh from Web.archive.org
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Ryanskii

3 months ago
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I meant what is it?
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Anonymous user #13

3 months ago
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wow that is amazing :) Just listened to the music ^_^ Thank you
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Parapadarappa333

2 months ago
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@Mynameismeh v4 Tamatown SWFs
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Anonymous user #14

1 months ago
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Ah, I remeber this! I used to play the food court game, where you had to stack burger ingerdients :0c
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