The Furby is a toy produced by Hasbro and Tiger Electronics.
Main Article: Furby (1998)
The 1998 Furby is the first generation of Furby. It has 61 different released versions. It has a tickle sensor, tilt sensor, infrared port and light sensor with realistic eyes, and some have tails while others have manes. They do not have an app or voice recognition.
Furby Babies (1999)
Main Article: Furby Babies
The Furby Baby is a smaller type of 1998 Furby. They have more vocabulary and have a higher pitched voice. They change from furbish to the native language much faster than normal furbies. Upon turning on a Furby Baby for the first time, it will ask if you are its mother or father.
Main Article: Furby (2005)
The 2005 Furby (also known as the Emoto-Tronic Furby) is a type of Furby released in 2005. It is currently the largest type of Furby ever produced. These furbies were more advanced, as they had voice recognition, and the ability to portray a wide assortment of emotions.
Emoto-Tronic Furby Babies (2005)
These have less features than the adult 2005 Furby, unlike the 1999 Furby babies. These were released in 2005 and have been sold as a twin-pack with Funky Furbys in 2006. These Furbies are smaller than the adults, and have a more baby-like appearance.
Funky Furby (2006)
The Funky Furby is a "second generation" 2005 Furby. These have tails with different colors in them and could sing more songs than the original Emoto-tronic. These did not sell well, and were discontinued around the same time the 2005s were.
Main Article: Furby (2012)
In 2012, a digital Furby released. This Furby didn't have speech recognition. However, it comes with an app. It's eyes are completely digital instead of the original realistic ones. It has 6 personalities.
Furby Party Rockers (2013)
Main Article: Furby Party Rockers
These furbies don't have functional beaks and are quite small. These have lenticular eyes that change depending on the angle you look at it from, and their eyes light up as they speak.
Furby BOOM! (2013)
Main Article: Furby Boom
This furby is known for being extremely buggy, as its production was rushed to get them out by Christmas. However, it has many features, such as an upgraded app, more personalities, higher resolution eyes, and multi-colored patterns.
These are tiny plushies with beaks that aren't functional, lenticular eyes that change depending on your viewing angle, and a button inside that makes it say an assortment of random phrases. These can interact with Furby Booms, and look the same, except smaller.
Furby Connect (2016)
Main Article: Furby Connect
The Furby Connect only comes in five colors. It has colorful LCD eyes, and an app that has features which are different from the Furby Boom and 2012 Furby app. It does not have a physical Furby baby like its predecessors, it only has Virtual Furblings in the Furby Connect World app.