A Wookie Furby based on Star Wars called Furbacca was also released based on this design. It had a separate app.
Furby Booms are round and fluffy. They have opaque plastic ears with a shaped hole. Each one has a tail that can be pulled. The jagged faceplate surrounds the eyes, and an asymmetrical black light sensor is placed above.
Furby Boom Crystal
Furby Booms from the Crystal series have translucent, crystal-like glittery "polygon art" ears with no holes. Their feet and faceplate are also of this design.
Furbacca the Wookie Furby has the same ears and faceplate as the Furby Boom. It has unique, fluffy fur and wears a bandolier shoulder belt.
In early 2013, a trademark was filed by Hasbro registering 2 names: "Furblings" and "Furby Boom". Furby Boom was registered as a "Toy" while Furblings was registered under "Media", leaving some to speculate Furby may be getting a TV show, video game or something of that nature. However, Furblings were registered under "Media" due to the fact that they are virtual pets, while Furby Boom is a full toy.
When a Furby Boom creature is happy, it will lay an egg on an IOS (4.3 or later) or Android (2.3.3 or later) Device (iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, etc.). The egg then hatches and your Furby boom now has a baby known as a Furbling. Caring for the Furbling is almost identical to playing with a Tamagotchi. It can also play games with Furby Boom and other Furblings.
Up to 50 Furblings can belong to one Furby Boom creature. Each one has a unique style, personality, and color scheme. The Furblings may or may not resemble the color scheme of their parent. Also, the truck drives your Furbling to its room. Furby Boom was marketed to interact with the Furby App on IOS devices and Android devices. However, Hasbro never updated the app to be compatible with operating systems past iOS 10, making it nearly impossible to download.
- Main article: Furby Boom/Personalities
The Furby Boom starts off in the sweet personality. The other personalities available are hyper, rockin', jolly or feisty.
- Main article: Furby Boom/Names
There are 129 Furby Boom names. Furby Booms come without names - instead, the owner chooses a name through the Furby Boom app.
- Main article: Furby Boom/Technical information