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Seven years after the release of the Emoto-Tronic Furbys in 2005, another adult Furby model was released. This Furby had multiple personalities, LCD eyes with various eye animations in them, an app to interact with, and a tail that could cause Furby to react when it was pulled.

The Furby Party Rockers were released after the 2012 Furbys and are considered the Babies of this generation.

The Furby Boom was released in 2013 and has the same model type.


This Furby model was released on September 16th, 2012 in USA. Reception had been very positive, with many critics stating it was the best Furby yet.


The 2012 furby has 6 personalities.

  • Tough Personality - Male personality. Furby will be easily irritable. This can be unlocked by overfeeding or rough play (shaking)
  • Popstar Personality - Female personality. Furby may turn into this personality if it listens to music or uses the app for an extended period of time. Matches the Funky Furby personality.
  • Chatterbox Personality - Female personality, somewhat resembles a stereotypical teenage girl. Get this by talking for a long time to Furby.
  • Princess Personality - Female personality. Furby will act friendly and sing a lot. This personality resembles the Furby Baby from 2005. Get this by repeatedly petting it or tickling it.
  • Crazy Personality - Comedic funny and male personality. Furby will often have laughing fits over almost anything. Get by shaking and pulling it's tail. It will laugh like crazy.
  • Default Personality - Ambiguous personality. Loosely resembles 1998 Furby personality, calm and friendly. Only can get it when you put the batteries in for the VERY first time. To get it back, hold it upside down, hold the tongue, then hold the tail for a few seconds. Instead of flashing eyes, it will reboot.

To get a more in depth view of the Furby's personalities, click here.

List of 2012 Furbys

Generation 1
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Black Magic
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Generation 1.5
Pink Puff
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Green Man
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Plum Fairy
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Generation 2
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Starry Night
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Rain Cloud
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Cotton Candy
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Punky Pink
Generation 2.5
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Black Cherry
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Lightning Zap
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Pink Flare

Generation 1

Generation 1 consists of the first 10 Furby colors which had first been released. October saw the release of the final 4 colors (Pink Puff, Green Man, Plum Fairy and Twilight) of Generation 1. In Japan, most of the Furbys of this generation are named after fruits and other foods.


Furby 2012 Demonstration Video

A promo flyer for Furby 2012 in Japan.

Name Color Japanese name
Yeti White マシュマロホワイト (White Marshmallow)
Voodoo Purple プラムマーブル (Purple Marble)
Phoenix Red アップルレッド (Red Apple)
Black Black ビターブラック (Bitter Black)
Yellow Yellow ビタミンイエロー (Vitamin Yellow)
Soda Blue ソーダブルー (Blue Soda)
Pink Puff Pink キャンディピンク (Pink Candy)
Aqua Green Aqua キウィグリーン (Green Kiwi)
Plum Fairy Dark purple フレッシュグレープ (Fresh Grape)
Twilight Dark blue ブルーベリーブルー (Blueberry)

Generation 2

These were originally launched in December 2012. The Punky Pink and Black Cherry Furbys were released in February 2013. This generation of Furbys consists of 10 types. This generation has tufts of hair on their heads. They also have a sticker inside the battery compartment showing where and how to use the reset button. These colors have also proven to be very popular, most notably the Cotton Candy variation.

Name Color
Fur Faceplate
Starry Night Dark blue Yellow
Rain Cloud Grey Aqua
Punky Pink Black Pink
Orangutan Orange Blue
Lagoona Aqua Purple
Cotton Candy Pink Aqua
Black Cherry Red Black
Lightning Zap Yellow Aqua
Bermuda Aqua Pink
Pink Flare Pink Yellow

Green 2012 Furby

Although there is no green Furby, photos of a green 2012 Furby have been seen on some pieces of merchandise such as stickers. The green furby is a recoloured sprite furby.[citation needed]

Official Furby Merchandise

Like the 1998 Furbys, the 2012 Furbys have their own non-electronic accessories. These accessories were available in a handful of countries.

Furby Frames


Furby glasses (officially known as Furby Frames) launched in September 2012. They are designed to only fit the 2012 furby. They are available in shades, hearts, stars and regular frames. They come in yellow, black, green, blue, orange, purple and pink. they also come with stickers to personalize them.

Furby Comfort Seat


The Furby chair (officially known as the Furby Comfort Seat) is a chair in which Furbys can sit in. They launched in October 2012. They have ears and tails and the Furby Logo on them. They come in teal and hot pink.

Furby Carry Bags

furby bags.

Also known as the Furby bowling bag. The Furby carry bags are the answer to the 1998 Furby Carry Pack. They allow you to put Furby inside, and walk with it, while it can look right out of the transparent eye window. They also come with stuffed headphones for Furby to wear, And a pouch for holding a mobile device. They are available in 5 different variations, one variation being a different shape altogether. They were launched in November 2012.

Furby Famosa Plushies

A FURBY Famosa Plushy.

They came in the same colors 2012 Furbys would come in. They were released in different sized plushes and key chains. Some Famosa Furby plushes can speak, but some cannot. Famosa Furby plushes that promoted the Furby Booms were also released. However, some talking Famosa Furby Boom key chains can say the exact same phrases a 2012 Furby can say.




The official Furby 2012 app allows you to feed and play with Furby with your tablet or phone. It requires Android or IOS. Currently it cannot be downloaded with current iOS versions. It can be downloaded for free from Google Play. You can give your Furby a wide range of food using the app and it also comes with a built-in Furbish to English translator.

Language Availability

Furbys were dubbed around the world to be sold in other countries. Here are the languages Furby can come in.

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Dutch
  • Japanese
  • Polish
  • Mandarin
  • Korean
  • Greek
  • Russian
  • Czech[citation needed]
  • Norwegian[citation needed]
  • Danish[citation needed]
  • Ukrainian[citation needed]


  • This is the first Furby without parts from Tiger Electronics.
  • This is the first Furby with LCD eyes.
  • This is the first Furby with an app.
  • This and the Furby Boom! series are the only Furby models that can switch between several personalities.

Technical information

2012 and Boom Furbys use ultrasound to communicate with others and also their respective applications.

The protocol used for transmitting data is called ComAir and was developed by GeneralPlus, the manufacturer of the CPUs used in those models.