Posted 20 August 2007 - 09:36 AM
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Posted 31 August 2007 - 08:03 PM
Nearly all Tamagotchi pets teach responsability, and everybody knows this by now. The older Tamagotchi pets, however, teach it to more of an extend than the Antenna series pets (Entama, Uratama, V4, V4.5). This is mainly because the previous versions did NOT rely mostly on skill points in order to become specific characters.
The newer versions, however, DO teach the importance of improving your own personal skills by going to school and getting the proper education. This reflects how your Tamagotchi does in the working world, when it tries to get a job.
Of course, however, the PARENTS don't notice this because they look at the Tamagotchi and compare it to other handheld devices like Gameboys, DS's, and cell phones: nothing but a distraction and an annoyance. There are a few, however, that actually raise and enjoy Tamagotchi pets (I salute you all! xD)
As for addiction...well...I have over 20 right now, would that be considered an addiction? xD
You know something else? I prefer the raisable Tamagotchi's. I'm not planning on getting a TamaSuku or Arukotchi for a while. xP
Posted 30 September 2007 - 01:53 PM
Posted 02 October 2007 - 07:51 PM
darn! looking after a tama for assesment would be awesome. especially for tama-lovers like us!
My Life Science class was about to get Tamagotchis for us to carry around. But instead were going to get those fake Baby things.
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Of course, however, the PARENTS don't notice this because they look at the Tamagotchi and compare it to other handheld devices like Gameboys, DS's, and cell phones: nothing but a distraction and an annoyance. There are a few, however, that actually raise and enjoy Tamagotchi pets (I salute you all! xD)...
However, as some have stated in this topic, some parents bought some for their kids to actually teach responsibility. I guess it really depends on how the parents look at it. Because Tamagotchis can be a distraction, but at the same time, they are still educational.
But Tamagotchis aren't that distracting. I mean, you can pause them if they are getting in the way of other education.
As I have stated, they are educational and have benefits.
Posted 12 October 2007 - 06:36 PM
Except with me it was backwards... My mom said if you take care of the dog, you can get a Tamagotchi, but oh well... Guess I'm just backwards that way.
Posted 14 October 2007 - 11:15 AM
And the games will educate the people, such as playing shape, kids will notice which shape goes where
hope i helped, and have a great tama day!
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