1998 Easter Eggs

Some of these "easter eggs" were outlined in the Furby Guide Book after furby's release, and thus are no longer considered easter eggs. Some were in the manual to begin with.

With each of these, you must wait for your furby to finish talking in response to input (such as feeding it) before doing it again or moving onto the next step.

Adult Furby Easter Eggs

 

  • Feed Furby three times, then pat its back. Furby will burp eight times.
  • Clap three times, then pat its back. Furby will sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. While it is singing, tickle its tummy and pet its back at the same time. Furby will go into Deep Sleep mode, from which it can only be awakened by flipping it upside down. (Note: Deep Sleep mode does not exist in series 1 adults furbies.)
  • Tickle Furby three times, then pat its back. Furby will tell you its name.
  • Cover and uncover Furby's forehead sensor three times, then pat its back. Furby will say "Cockadoodle-doo! Cockadoodle-doo! Me love you!"
  • Put two furbies in front of each other so that their forehead sensors are facing each other. They will begin to talk to each other. (They may require some prompting, such as a tickle, to start.) Also, furbies can talk to more than one other furby at a time. Any amount of furbies that can "see" each other will be able to communicate. For this to happen, furbies must be placed facing no more than 30 degrees away from another.
  • Tilt Furby slowly side to side for a while. Eventually it will get the hiccups. It will also say, "Wahoo! Me happy! Wah!"
  • Pet Furby ten times. It will say "Me love you!" and make a kiss noise.
  • Clap your hands four times. Furby will dance. To make it dance again, clap your hands once more or turn on music with a fast beat.

Furby Babies Easter Eggs

With each of these, you must wait for your furby to finish talking in response to input (such as tickling it) before doing it again or moving onto the next step.

  • Tickle Furby three times and then feed it. It will laugh for a long time.
  • Tickle Furby, then cover its forehead sensor, then tickle it again, then cover its forehead sensor again. Furby will sing all the songs it knows.
  • Clap three times, then pet Furby's back. It will sing Brahms' Lullaby.
  • Put two furbies in front of each other so that their forehead sensors are facing each other. They will begin to talk to each other. (They may require some prompting, such as a tickle, to start.) Also, furbies can talk to more than one other furby at a time. Any amount of furbies that can "see" each other will be able to communicate. For this to happen, furbies must be placed facing no more than 30 degrees away from another.

Games

All of these games are outlined in the manual.

With each of these, you must wait for your furby to finish talking in response to input (such as tickling it) before doing it again or moving onto the next step.

  • To play Furby Says: tickle its tummy, pet its back, clap your hands 1-3 times, and then cover and uncover its forehead sensor. Furby will then give you a pattern of actions for you to take, such as, "pet, tickle, light, sound." For pet, pet Furby's back. For tickle, tickle its tummy. For light, cover and uncover its forehead sensor. For sound, clap your hands.
  • To play Ask Furby: cover and uncover its forehead sensor twice, then rub its back. It will then say "oh-too-mah" to let you know it's ready. After that, you can ask Furby a question and it will answer.
  • To play Hide and Seek: Cover and uncover its forehead sensor three times, then tickle it. It will then say "hide me." You have one minute to hide it. After that, it will wait for three minutes to be found. If it is not found within three minutes, it will say "nah nah nah."

Training

If Furby does something you like, you can train it to keep doing it by rubbing its back after it does it. For instance, if Furby makes a kiss noise when you rub its tummy, you can rub its back twice after that, and it will start learning that you like when it does that. Eventually Furby will make a kiss noise every time you tickle it.