i only just debugged my brothers tama for him this morning, it didnt take long, and after watching a video on youtube i knew how to do it perfectly =]]
its still ok now, so i guess i did it correctly,
the best thing about it is you can press button c and fast forward time, its cool
i want to do it to my other 7 tamas but they are all english (he got his off the internet, so it got mailed from u.s)
why can you only do it on american ones??
Posted 23 March 2008 - 07:01 PM
Here's a useful link that can answer your question: Debugging? , What does it do?
What is debugging?????
Just scroll down to the first reply; the second post (including the start of that topic). That should answer your question.
Anyway, on topic. I think debugging is risky business. If you're new to the thing, I suggest you stay away from it, until you're, like, a pro. Even when you are a pro, it's still risky. I mean, taking apart your Tamagotchi can totally ruin it! And, like a lot of these other posts, it takes the fun out of Tamagotchi. It's boooooooooriiiiiiiiing when you get to choose the character you want, instead of a little "pizzaz!" in taking care of your Tama. Plus, it speeds up the process, so you don't have time to enjoy it.
I say it's not worth it...in some cases.
Edited by MnMztama495, 23 March 2008 - 07:02 PM.