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Hatchimals: the IRL Tamagotchis that Hatch in Your Hands

Who doesn’t remember the tiny egg-shaped devices that school children obsessively checked in on in the 90s? The little digital Tamagotchi featured a little egg that hatched into various creatures that you had […]
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