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Posted 28 July 2013 - 04:53 PM ( #1 )

Since I archived Mimitchi.com the other day, I thought it would be worthwhile to archive another rather large tamagotchi site from the late 90s.

The site was run by Amy Sasaki from about 97-03'ish and went under a lot of various handle's.  All the one's I can call recall are as follows:

* Berry Market
* Aptenodytian Empire HeadQuarters
* The Pinguin
* Twotone
* Turquoise Angel
* Aurora Minui
* Quezovercoatl
* Juniper Walters
* Clockwork Penguin Productions's

Some of you may remember the URL as:

* http://www.geocities...rest/Glade/4791
* http://members.xoom.com/two_tone
* http://berrymarket.fc2web.org

I was able to archive most of the site, but it was very difficult and time consuming because it's only available on archive.org and some images were missing so I had to locate suitable replacements online (mostly for the animations of tamagotchis).  Some I will likely never find them unless Amy happens to find herself online some day.  The beastwars, gargoyles, vancouver, and postpets pages are totally missing and I cannot recover these.

Here is the site: http://dk.toastednet...es/mainpage.htm

You can download an offline version of the site in 7-zip format at: http://dk.toastednet.../berrymarket.7z

Hope to see some feedback on this page, it was one of my favourites!



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Posted 29 July 2013 - 01:28 AM ( #2 )

Was quite an undertaking, but I was able to recover the gargoyles, vancouver, and postpets pages as well. And even recovered a few more images. Just a few things missing before I would label it 100% complete, but it's very close.






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