Buy a retro-styled Star Wars R2-D2 Tamagotchi digital pet


Star wars teamed up with one of the ’90s most beloved toys.

The Disney-owned franchise has announced the release of an R2-D2 version of the digital pet Tamagotchi later this year!

For anyone who missed out on the Tamagotchi craze, digital pets were all the rage in the late 90s and early 2000s as they allowed kids to care for cute animals throughout their lives. life cycle.

But what could be better than having your own computerized cat? Having your own astromech droid, obviously – and now Zavvi has set up pre-orders for the blue and white versions of R2-D2 Tamagotchis for £ 19.99.

Disney / Tamagotchi

Star Wars R2D2 Tamagotchi


£ 19.99

If you watch the Star Wars R2D2 Tamagotchi trailer announcement, you’ll see that Artoo can be trained in a wide variety of droid skills. That means you can even help him master flying an X-wing for the Rebel Alliance.

It also comes with nine mini-games that feature other classics. Star wars characters, including buddy droid C-3PO, Chewbacca, Master Yoda and the Ewoks. There are also enemies, as you’ll have to help the droid take out the Empire’s Sandtroopers and Boba Fett.

Place your order now ahead of the November 30, 2021 release date, as we could easily see these Special Edition Tamagotchis selling out fast!

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