Introducing Furby Party Rockers

Furby Party Rockers are funny, wild, little Furbys that act as a companion to other Furbys! Unlike the Furbys introduced in 2012 these Furbys start out with fully foamed personality’s that do not change, they just get wilder the more there messed with, and as of this writing come in 4 different varietys, Twittby the chatty one, Fussby the sassy one, Scoffby the wild one, and Loveby the sweet one.

Furby Party Rockers love to chat with you or other Furbys and can also respond to your voice, and unlike there full size relatives only speak Furbish so its a good thing that like the 2012 Furby these Furbys can respond to the free Furby app that available on iOS and Android devices, so that you can use the Furbish to English translater to understand what your little guy is saying. You can also use it to feed your little guy.

Other than chatting up a storm with other Furbys, Furby Party Rockers will also sing with other Furbys. They also like to dance when they hear music.

Furby Party Rockers have a tail and they react when you pull it. Unfortunately these smaller models do not have touch sensors like there full size counterparts, but they do react to being shacked, and tilted. They also don’t have little LCD screens for eyes, they just have “holographic” eyes that light up and give the appearance of motion by switching between two different images depending on what angle there viewed from.

With the reduced size and complexity, Furby Party Rockers are like the Furby Babys of this generation. Furby Party Rockers are a lot less expensive than the full size model, currently only costing around $25.00, were as the full size 2012 Furby cost around $70.00.

Furby Party Rockers are a great idea for younger kids that your not sure of how they (or you) will respond to the sometimes annoying (and creepy to some people) little creature with no off switch. If they like this model then you can pick them up a full size one so they can watch them interact.

Top 5 Features of The New 2012 Furby

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The new 2012 Furby from Hasbro is a bold new look at the franchise. Check out my list of the top 5 new features below!


1. More Expressive LCD Eyes

The most unique feature of any Furby is its eyes. No doubt the new 2012 Furby is the most unique with its completely redesigned eyes.

Furbys that came before had doll like eyes, this new model has little LCD screens for eyes instead. These little screens let the Furbys eyes change appearance and have animations like looking around in different directions and even flames when it gets mad.


2. Enhanced Animatronic Features

Furbys in the past have been able to move and mimic a living creature, but the New 2012 model is even more realistic, able to bend its body, and move and dance with its rocking rollers on its bottom.


3. New Improved Sensors.

The new Furby features touch sensors in its back, tummy, head, and both sides, along with a sensor in its tail and a tilt sensor.

It also features an internal mic and a sensor in its mouth for feeding.


4.  There’s An App For That

One of the most talked about new features of the new Furby is the iOS app (available now!) that allows you to better communicate with your little guy and prepare food for him.

I’m sure there will be new app features added soon, maybe even new apps! This would really help the new Furby to have more replay value.


5. Chatting Up a Storm

Like the original Furby the new Furby can communicate with his Furby friends. The original Furby had an IR sensor hidden in its forehead behind a little black window that allowed them to communicate. The New Furby still has the little window but now uses an internal mic to recognize his friends voice instead.


With all of these new features its clear that this is not only a great reboot of an old toy but a ground brecking technoglical breck though for chilrens toys. Be sure and order yours while you can, and if you do so though one of the links on this page you will be helping Furby Guide out with no charge to you! THANKS! :)

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