The pocket-sized digital pet toy now also comes as a watch, so maybe this time your Tamagotchi won’t die from lack of love.
A group of hackers created the handheld device and its adorable dolphin resident to make hacking more accessible to the masses.
The Tamagotchi-inspired device helps wandering hackers to crack Wi-Fi passwords while looking adorable.
The new version of the 90s digital pet will cost $60 USD, but if you're hankering for a nostalgia trip you have cheaper options.
And you'll be happy to know, not much has changed.
Artist Kristian von Hornsleth has bought and sold homeless people to various buyers. He’s then fitted them with tracking devices so the buyers and the public can follow them.
We spend our days in a virtual wasteland of loneliness, so why not take this desktop-enabled Potato companion along for the ride?
A streamer rigged up what appears to be a robotic arm for this Twitch experiment.
They didn't do anything but poop, walk around, age, and die, but we treated those little pixelated pets like family.