Tamagotchi Uni Angel Festival and Monster Carnival Announced
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Tamagotchi Uni Angel Festival and Monster Carnival Announced

Bandai Namco announced new Tamagotchi Uni Angel Festival and Monster Carnival devices will launch worldwide for $59.99 each on July 13, 2024. The Amazon product pages for each one are already live, while the Tamaverse Ticket Shop will eventually sell tickets for the new DL areas for existing Uni owners.

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Like all Tamagotchi Uni variants, these two both come with a plastic holder that allows someone to wear them like a smart watch. Each of them will have six unique characters available. So in the Angel Festival variant, Flowerdite, Mametchiel, Pegasupatchi, Sebirecupit, Unimarcorn, and Yumemitie will appear. Monster Carnival includes Akiramenatchi, Gobupyon, Mamegon, Meduupa, Onimarutchi, and Slimy patch. Each one also has an exclusive minigame, items, accessories, furniture, and rooms. People who buy the tickets for the DL areas will also get access to those areas, characters, and items while their DL area is set to that location.

Here are the first photos of the new devices Bandai Namco shared with us:

There are also two infographics that show the six new characters appearing in each device.

Ahead of these two Uni models, another one will arrive. Bandai Namco already confirmed the Tamagotchi Uni Sanrio Characters variant is on the way in July 2024.

The Tamagotchi Uni Angel Festival and Monster Carnival models will launch worldwide on July 13, 2024.

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