Posted this on /diy/, but I figured that this is as /g/ related as anything else on this cesspool.
I undertook the monumental task of going to the nearest toy store and purchasing the reboot Furby today. Originally, what would've been a present for my 6 year old niece is now my first reverse engineering project. I haven't seen a breakdown of the new Furby on the web yet, so I guess this thread'll be the first.
I haven't got any idea on what chips these new models are running on, so if there's anyone with a breadth of knowledge to Jetta circuit boards, pave the road for exploiting this annoying little shit.
H-here we go...