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Does anyone over the age of 16 still play with tamagotchis?

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Posted 04 July 2015 - 12:47 AM ( #239 )

I'm 18 (19 early September) and am a proud mother of two active tamagotchis atm!


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Posted 04 July 2015 - 09:27 AM ( #240 )

I'm 25 and after an 18 year hiatus I bought my first ID L so I could get back into Tamagotchis!


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Posted 04 July 2015 - 10:47 AM ( #241 )

I'm 19, and while I sometimes feel like I shouldn't be playing with them, I still love them enough to collect them.


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Posted 06 July 2015 - 02:04 PM ( #242 )

I'm 20! and still kickin it with my tamas  :D  :o


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Posted 10 August 2015 - 12:33 AM ( #243 )

Yes! I'm way over 16 but I'm still playing them. In fact, I see them keeping me company in my old age when I'm retired & enjoying life. If Bandai still chooses to produce them. LOL!


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Posted 10 August 2015 - 07:26 PM ( #244 )

I'm 21 and I'll always love my Tamas like they're my children. They pretty much ARE my children. I regret that I haven't had a lot of time to have them running lately, but I'm trying to at least keep one with me. You could never convince me to get rid of them! 


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Posted 17 August 2015 - 07:15 AM ( #245 )

I used to love virtual pets when I was little; as a young girl (at primary school) I had so many! None were actual Tamas, but I had dogs, cats, babies, 9-in-1s, all sorts. My favourite was Poochie Puppy (a dog virtual pet that was also a wrist watch). I don't think I ever took particularly good care of them, and I sort of 'grew out' of them for a bit... Then the Tamagotchi Connexion came out and they were a huge craze at my school, so, naturally, I got one (at the tender age of fourteen). The fad died out, we all 'grew up' and I sort of forgot about them, despite having an almost guilty love of virtual life.


Third year of uni rolls around and I forget how but I decided to look up Tamagotchi and see where they were at now a days. I think i wanted a pet, but due to being in rented accomodation, it was a no go. This is where I found out that Tamagotchi Friends were about to be released but, even more shockingly, they had developed colour Tamas!! **cue shocked face** I did a tonne of research, fell back in love and decided to get one (I couldn't afford one at the time, but had told my boyfriend I wanted one).


Anyway, I recieved my Tamagotchi iD L E as a Graduation present! So, yep! Defintely over sixteen! I was twenty one years of age, fresh faced out of university and I had my second actual Tamagotchi and my first 'serious' virtual pet. Now, a year on, I'm looking at expanding my collection to include a P and a 4U/+ at some point (again, money!). I also have lots of university friends who would play with Tamas if not for the price tag associated with the current (colour) ones.


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Posted 18 September 2015 - 04:09 AM ( #246 )

I'm 19 and I still play with them, I started at age 8 then went off them until I was around 15-16 when I played with them for a good few months then went off them again. Now here I am at age 19 and I'm very much back into them.


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Posted 18 September 2015 - 04:37 AM ( #247 )

I'm 16 but 17 in two months ^-^ I take a few tamas to college and whenever people see them they're shocked that someone still has them but then they get really happy and want to look at it or play with it. I found it's oddly a really good conversation starter xD and everyone starts talking about their childhood with them and asks me loads of questions about my collection and the majority of people then talk about finding theirs or buying a new one.