This was the first Tamagotchi to have point system and a form of shop.
A few times a day, a shopkeeper comes by selling an item. If you have enough points, you can purchase it.
Points can be obtained in a few different ways, including evolving your character, winning connection games with other Keitai Kaitsuu, and playing games with your Tamagotchi.
There are three different games you can play.
The first has you using the left and middle buttons to move a cup to catch musical notes that fall from above. Don't miss any notes or catch any poop, though!
The second game is a basketball game. A ball falls from above, and you have to press a button with the right timing in order to help your Tamagotchi jump and knock it into a basket. I find the timing on this one a little hard to get right.
The last game is a racing game. You're shown three different Tamagotchi, the first one shown being yours. You have to scroll through them with the left button and select which you think will win with the middle button. If you guess correctly, you'll win some points
The big new feature of this Tamagotchi was its ability to connect to an application on older cellphones. You could play games, earn points, and get items. The English TamaTown would later be based on this.
It's a fun Tamagotchi to play with. It has a lot of the same characters as the Akai, but the black pixels are a lot easier to see than the red ones. I think this one may be a little easier to care for, too. I at least didn't notice this one getting sick as often as that one. If you're looking for something that's a little more advanced than the vintage models or original Tamagotchi Connection or Tamagotchi Plus, it's one I'd suggest trying out.