Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkTattletail WikiTattletail Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkWall threadBoardBoard ThreadTopic Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 80 results for Mama Tattletail Mama Tattletail is a toy created by Waygetter Electronics that was discontinued shortly after her conception. She is the mother of all Tattletails, and the main antagonist of the game. Unlike the baby Tattletails, Mama https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Mama_Tattletail Baby Talking Tattletail Baby Talking Tattletail, or simply Tattletail, is the titular deuteragonist of Tattletail. The toy brand was developed by Waygetter Electronics. The player is supposed to receive one as a present on Christmas Day, but they https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Baby_Talking_Tattletail Tattletail (Game) Tattletail is a survival horror game created by Waygetter Electronics. The game features Furby-like toys called Baby Talking Tattletail, which the player must care for while avoiding the pursuit of its recalled predecessor, Mama https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Tattletail_(Game) Tattletail Wiki Tattletail on Steam 90's Virtual Pet Horror Tattletail™ Release Trailer [Official] Story-driven first person horror. Characters Mama and her children. https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Tattletail_Wiki The Protagonist The Protagonist is the unseen main character of Tattletail. They are the child that the player controls. The Protagonist gets a Tattletail for Christmas and opens it five days early, facing the consequences. Not much https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/The_Protagonist Yellow and Blue Talking Tattletails The Yellow and Blue Tattletails are the two other colours of Baby Talking Tattletail to have a main role in Tattletail. The game's backstory indicates that the yellow and blue Talking Tattletails are toys https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Yellow_and_Blue_Talking_Tattletails Endings There are four proper endings in Tattletail - a good ending and a bad ending in the Regular Campaign, one where Tattletail is boring forever, or one where the Protagonist recovers their memories. There is also https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Endings Category:Characters Every character in Waygetter's Tattletail. https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Characters The House The house is where the majority of Tattletail takes place. It is also where the Protagonist lives with their mother. There are two gardens in Tattletail; one at the front of the house, and one https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/The_House Nights Every night in the Regular Campaign, The Protagonist wakes up and roams their home. The player will have to deal with Baby Talking Tattletail every night until Christmas morning. In the Kaleidoscope Campaign, something has https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Nights Educational Baby Talking Tattletail Educational Baby Talking Tattletail, also known unofficially as Boring Tattletail, is a purple-coloured Tattletail introduced in the Kaleidoscope update. He speaks in a robotic monotone. The Educational Baby Talking Tattletail shares the features of https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Educational_Baby_Talking_Tattletail Gift Eggs Gift Eggs (or simply Eggs), are collectibles in Tattletail, and are laid by Tattletails.. During the course of the game the player can collect a total of 22 eggs hidden around the house, in order https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Gift_Eggs Minor Characters This is a list of minor characters in Tattletail. Minor characters either have little to no bearing on the gameplay/story or do not make a major appearance in-game. The Phone Announcer is an https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Minor_Characters VHS Tape VHS Tapes are important items in Tattletail. Two VHS tapes can be found in the game. One is found in the regular campaign, whereas the other is found in the Kaleidoscope campaign. The VHS tapes https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/VHS_Tape Mama Tattletail/Gallery This article contains a gallery of images related to Mama Tattletail. Warning! Loud! https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Mama_Tattletail/Gallery Mysterious Notes Mysterious Notes are letters that the protagonist comes across in the Kaleidoscope Campaign. They were left by an unknown person, presumably a Waygetter Electronics employee, as a means of communicating with the Protagonist. In the https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Mysterious_Notes The Kaleidoscope The Kaleidoscope is a location in Tattletail. It only appears in its respective campaign. Very little is known about the Kaleidoscope, besides it being a dangerous place where every person's memories are stored. It https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/The_Kaleidoscope Easter Eggs There are many easter eggs in Tattletail. If Mama Tattletail is not chasing the player, knocking on Mom's door causes nothing to happen, except for the sound of Mom yawning if they knock a https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Easter_Eggs Flashlight The flashlight is an item given to the player in Tattletail. The flashlight is a large flashlight that, instead of using standard batteries, uses magnetic induction to build electricity. When not picked up, it glows https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Flashlight Tattletail's Needs Every night, the player needs to feed, brush, and recharge Tattletail. If Tattletail's needs aren't met, he will make a lot of noise, attracting Mama. This can be especially dangerous when hiding in https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Tattletail's_Needs Golden Flashlight The Golden Flashlight is an upgraded version of the standard flashlight. It is given to the player by Baby Talking Tattletail in the Good Ending. The Golden Flashlight is a version of the standard flashlight https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Golden_Flashlight Waygetter Electronics Waygetter Electronics is the team of developers who created the game. They are also included as an in-universe toy company, most notably as the creators of the Tattletail. Waygetter has an official website and https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Waygetter_Electronics Mom "Mom" is the mother of the Protagonist. Little is known about her, as she is only seen from one photo that might be of the Protagonist's parents. During gameplay, the protagonist can knock https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Mom Music This is a list of music that plays during the events of Tattletail. https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/Music The Kaleidoscope Update The Kaleidoscope Update is a free update for Tattletail. It adds a second campaign, in which the Protagonist's memories of Tattletail, and the events surrounding them, have been tampered with by some outside force https://tattletail.fandom.com/wiki/The_Kaleidoscope_Update Back 1 2 3 4 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 40K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. View More Wikis Top pages Mama Tattletail is a toy created by Waygetter Electronics that was discontinued shortly after her conception. She is... 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