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eon.eon

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Posted 14 August 2013 - 08:44 AM ( #1 )

I always wondered whats the difference between version 1 and 3 of the digimon "tamagotchi".

 

Wich one should i get? 30-50€ sounds like a deal? (shipping included)

 

Couldn't found that indo on the pixelmoon section.

 

 



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Posted 14 August 2013 - 12:23 PM ( #2 )     Best Answer  

The main difference is the characters, and the types of training games available. 

 

Here's a list of the growth charts:

 

And the types of games:

  • Version 1: Use A and B to select if the Digimon will attack high or low. 
  • Version 2: A Power bar will rapidly fill, and you must press A or B in order to stop the bar from moving when it is full. 
  • Version 3: You must rapidly press B to build Power levels to 100%. This is similar to training on newer models such as the Mini or Twin.

30-50€ with shipping sounds like a good price, though it depends on the condition. I recently bought one NIB for $70 CAD with shipping. That said, I was really lucky!

 

EDIT: Definitely forgot to source this. I got all of my information here! http://lcd.wtw-x.net/VpetIntro


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 02:14 PM ( #3 )

30-50€ with shipping sounds like a good price, though it depends on the condition. I recently bought one NIB for $70 CAD with shipping. That said, I was really lucky!

Thanks for the info, they are new, with the original case and everything in a store from germany.

 

The third one seems the funniest but i must admit i like them all, brings back alot of nostalgia from back when i used to watch the show! I hope that one day i'll be able to have them all


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 02:59 PM ( #4 )

Also, does the japanese version and european work along (i'm talking about the old ones)?

 

At the end i got 2 mini's and a version 1 for 86$ (everything included), YOU TEMTEP me with the mini ones :P


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Posted 14 August 2013 - 05:06 PM ( #5 )

Wow, you got two minis, and a V1 for $86?! That's a great deal!

 

I think the Japanese and European versions should work along with each other no problem. Here's a quick reference chart here: http://lcd.wtw-x.net/MainConnect



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Posted 15 August 2013 - 05:29 AM ( #6 )

Wow, you got two minis, and a V1 for $86?! That's a great deal!

 

I think the Japanese and European versions should work along with each other no problem. Here's a quick reference chart here: http://lcd.wtw-x.net/MainConnect

Thanks for the link.

 

Yeah check this, they have plenty of digimon tamas and digivices at a good price 2 for $19.99

 

http://www.ebay.com/...n mini&_sacat=0






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