memetchi_man

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  1. Back in the Gotchi Game!

  2. The V2 doesn't have an "others" option.
  3. Hellooo? Can anyone answer this?
  4. I agree. Their drive to make new versions probably comes from the demand, though... So, techinically, they make so many new ones because of us. If we didn't want them, then they wouldn't make them. I'm very excited.
  5. Oh, okay. But HOW do they connect? What do I have to have them do to connect? So far, it won't let me.
  6. Awww, I'm sorry man. I feel for you. But hey, think about this... All your other Tams are going up to TamaHeaven to see him/her one day. Don't worry, things get better.
  7. That would be awesome. Especially if it talked back.
  8. Can a V2, and a V3 mate? Can they even connect with each other? Do they have to be adults? Help.
  9. I absolutely LOVE buying new Tams. They do make me happy, indeed. When I get back from buying a new Tam, I can still take care of my other ones... But I favorite my new one. Especially if it's a newer version (I don't have a V4, or V5 yet). Anyway, yes. They make me very happy.
  10. Yeah, that's how it sounds.
  11. I don't think so. I'm still a bit puzzled by the weird evolution...
  12. I've been trying to get my V2, and V3 to meet up with each other... But I can't figure out how. I remember I used to be able to do it, but I can't remember what I did. Help, please? Do they have to be adults?
  13. Tams aren't that hard to deal with. Neither are hermit crabs. Stick with both. ;p
  14. Yes. Treat your Tam like it's a living being. When you go to sleep, put it on your bedside table, or whatever, and in some cases (Depending on what stage it's at), you'll awake to find your Tam has been up for a few hours! Evolution is random, having to do with what time you set it for in the beginning, and when it hatches. There's really not any way to speed up the growth... But never pausing it helps greatly.