Virtual Pet Links

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Bladeagotchi will no longer be updated from the start of 2012, as I lost nearly my entire collection in the floods of 2011. Bladeagotchi is now archived and kept online for historical purposes only.

Edit 2022-02-19: This is one of the very few pages on Bladeagotchi that I have decided to update. In the past 20 or so years, a lot of sites have just vanished off the face of the earth, as well as Yahoo Groups and Yahoo GeoCities being discontinued and having all content on them permanently deleted. So I've decided to update this page as a result. If you know of a link that ought to appear here, please feel free to contact me.

General Virtual Pet Pages

[Kat's Mystic Fortress (Tamagotchi Planet)]
One of the oldest, and most loved, of Tamagotchi sites. Extensive logs and beautiful animations of Tamagotchi's and some of its Japanese versions.

Photos and Descriptions for nearly every type and kind of virtual pet ever manufactured. Includes all Tamagotchi, all Giga Pets, all Nano Pets, and enormous amounts of clones and other virtual pets. You'll be trapped in it for hours!

Once owned by Val, and looked after by Amy. Lots of information about American virtual pets.

[The Mouse House Tamagotchi Page]
Another groovy virtual pet page. Lots of images and extensive logs.

A newer site but it's very thorough. Lots of information about Tamagotchi and the Japanese versions. Absolutely gorgeous page design! TamaLove has moved off the Pixelmood domain and is now hosted by TamaTalk.

[Virtual Pets by Polson Enterprises]
This is the most indepth and thorough virtual pet site I have ever visited. It covers everything from Tamagotchi to Giga Pets, to Robotic Virtual Pets to Downloadable Virtual Pets. It has a large virtual pet instructions resource that has links for instructions on just about every virtual pet - that alone must have taken weeks to compile. Lots of reviews and other resources as well, this is a highly recommended website! And I can't believe how long it took me to link to it here, I'm rather slack sorry!

[Tamagotchi Universe]
This is an older website that hasn't been updated since March 1998, but still has lots of useful information on the original Tamagotchi's as well as Angelgotchi's.

[Tamagotchi Wiki on Fandom]
This is a very useful resource on Tamagotchi, from the vintage releases of the late ninties to the newest releases in 2023.

[Tamagotchi Nano (Franchise) page on the Tamagotchi Wiki on Fandom]
This is the Tamagotchi Wiki on Fandom page on the Tamagotchi Nano. I'm giving this page it's own listing on my page because of how useful it is to me. Bandai starting releasing special licensed versions of the Tamagotchi Nano in 2017 and as of 2023, they're still releasing new versions. This page lists them all, with a brief rundown of each one and information if it's a Japanese exclusive (most are) and any info on international releases. In addition, it lists the shells/designs of each licensed release, and characters on them as well.

[Tamagotchi Square (Pepper Soup)]
Translated instructions (into English) for all nearly Japanese Tamagotchi's, and many others. Includes Tamagotchi Plus. Stunning page design. By Mits!
Pepper Soup has been offline for nearly ten years now, and sadly, I haven't been able to contact Mits (the owner) for nearly as long. I managed to find a good copy of her website in the Web Archive. This capture was from 22 January 2013 and was the most complete one I could find - even though some images will be missing - before her site disappeared off the internet in June 2013, but I'm so glad a copy of her amazing website is still somewhere in the cloud. Her website used to be located here. Mits, if you're reading this, please contact me!

[Tamagotchi Fan by Isabell]
A newer site that has information on all the classic Bandai virtual pets - every single one of them. This site is in German and English - you can change languages by clicking on the flags.
Isabell's Tamagotchi Fan website disappeared off the internet in early 2014 but I managed to find it in the web archive. This capture was from 8 January 2014 and was the last time it was archived before it vanished. Isabel's website used to be located here.

[P-Low's Site by Skillful Abbot]
Loads of data on the very newest Japanese Tamagotchi's, as well as a Anime and Manga, and other Japanese things. Unique and functional page design.
Unfortunately, P-Low's website didn't stay online for long, and wasn't archived much either. I found this web archive crawl of his website dated 17 June 2006, and there's nothing after that. I used to chat to him in Yahoo Groups but now that they've been deleted by Yahoo, I have no way to contact him. His website used to be located here.

[Aurora Minui's Tamagotchi Area at the Berry Market]
Formerly known as the Strawberry Fields, This is an old website that hasn't been updated for many years, but it has lots of information on some of the more obscure Japanese virtual pets that were released back in the late nineties. Plus, her Bitter Introduction FAQ is just THE best webpage I have EVER read - I love the humour.
Aurora's website used to move around a lot, but it looks like it's finally offline. One of her previous hosts is still online, which can be found on Tripod here, but it's from 2001. Interestingly, someone has mirrored her Berry Market site on Toastednet here. I also found her Berry Market website in the Web Archive, that crawl was from 24 January 2007. Her original website was located here.

[Tamagotchi King by Rina]
A new (April 2006) German Fan Site. This site is, however, in English.
Rina's website disappeared off the internet in early 2007, and sadly, her pages were excluded from Web Archive so as far as I can tell, her website is lost to us forever. It used to be located here and here.

Pet-Specific Pages

[Linda's A Lil Bit o' This, A Lil Bit o' That]
Ultra Rare Japanese Tamagotchi's!
Linda's website vanished off the internet sometime between 2008 and 2021, no idea when exactly. I found her pages in Web Archive, that crawl was from 28 May 2008 and was last time it was crawled before it vanished. Her website used to be located here.

[Tamagotchi Surgery]
A truly unique resource. Instructions and images (including x-rays - yes, x-rays) on how to open up your Tamagotchi and customize how it looks.

[Dave Cenido's Rakuraku Page]
Tonnes of stuff about the Raku Raku Dinokun (it's a virtual dinosaur).
Dave's website disappeared due to Yahoo discontinuing Geocities and then deleting it all on 26 October 2009, but thankfully Web Archive crawled his site before then on 18 October 2009. His site used to be located here.

All about Nano Pets.

[Keychain Game FAQ]
Discussion paper on Keychain games and virtual pet logic. Pretty cool (there are countless mirrors of this all over the web, I just randomly picked one to link).

[KuGiGi Review]
A weird looking gadget that's actually a frog virtual-pet and a personal organizer. I don't know exactly where and when they were released but I think it would have been in the USA only and in 1999. They look extremely fun to play with, and were made by a company called the Adam's Apple Communications Group. I really, really wanted one of these!
This particular review page disappeared and was deleted in late 2007, but I found it still in Web Archive! This particular crawl was dated 14 September 2007. This review page was originally located here.

Discussion Boards and eGroups

Another group I couldn't quite work out, but it sure is active.

[Digital Pets Discussion]
Discusses all virtual pets.
Sadly, Yahoo discontinued and then deleted the Yahoo Groups service. Decades of posts are no more.

[Virtual Pets Mailing List (vpetsml)]
An extremely active and highly recommended group discussing all virtual pets and loads more. It's run by adults!
Sadly, Yahoo discontinued and then deleted the Yahoo Groups service. Decades of posts are no more.

[Mystic Fortress Virtual Pet Chat]
The discussion board for Tamagotchi Planet.
Gone - I'm not sure what happened to this one.

[Virtual Pet Meetup]
I couldn't quite work this one out but it looks cool.
Gone - I'm not sure what happened to this one.

If you use Reddit, visit the r/tamagotchi subreddit.

If you use Usenet/Newsgroups, try, but be warned it is full of spam these days.


[DMOZ / The Open Directory Project]
Recreation > Collecting > Toys > Tamagotchi category.

[Tamagotchi Tango]
Fanlisting directory for Tamagotchi fans. Neat and clutter-free page design.
Sadly it disappeared off the internet sometime in 2006, and it was never crawled by Web Archive, so this lovely website is lost to us forever. It used to be located here.

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