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homeab

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Posted 19 May 2013 - 01:47 PM ( #1 )

Hey guys can u give me any tips on a tamago

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Posted 20 May 2013 - 12:45 PM ( #2 )

*Topic moved to 'Help for New Tamagotchi Pet Owners'*

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Posted 20 May 2013 - 07:54 PM ( #3 )

First of all, potty train your tama.  When you see it moving from side to side and wiggly lines are surrounding it, select the toilet icon.  I don't know exactly how many times you have to do this, but I usually get them seven or eight times.  Potty times differ depending on age.  Toddlers go every 1 hour and 40 minutes and teens 2 hours and 20 minutes.  I don't know the exact times for adults and babies are too young to learn.

 

Second, make sure you feed your tama.  Most foods raise weight by one and most snacks raise weight by two.  Chocolate cake raises weight by three.  The standard pork and beans meal raises weight by two and the standard milk snack raises weight by one.

 

Third, play games with your tama to keep its weight down.  There are two games, Shoot The Bug and Long Jumper.  I personally find Long Jumper easier.  Your tama loses between one and four pounds depending on your score.

 

You can change the interior of the room at the shop.  It's under remodel.  Restock times are 11:00 AM, 3:00 PM and 6:00 PM for food.

 

Gotchi Figures are extras.  You don't need them, but they are fun to play with.

 

Hope this helps!



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 08:41 PM ( #4 )

Training is, yes, very important. There are 15 training bars, and when the Tamagotchi calls for attention but doesn't need anything, you should usually give them a time-out (but sometimes praise them).  When the Tamagotchi does the dance with the wiggly lines, take it to the bathroom and you will get one training point if the Tamagotchi is a toddler or teen (if the Tama is an adult or baby, I don't think you can get training points on Tama-Go). If you have a lot of training points, paired with very good overall care in areas like hunger (keep those hunger hearts full) and weight and happiness (make sure you play lots of games!) as KuriNeko-Chan said; you will most likely get a good care character.

 

Here is the Tama-Go growth chart. :)