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Nazotchi25 last won the day on September 18 2020

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About Nazotchi25

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  • Birthday 09/27/1996

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    Tamagotchis, Minecraft, Web coding & Design, video games

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    V1 (x1)
    V2 (x4)
    V3 (x7)
    V4 (x2)
    V4.5 (x2)
    V5 (x5)
    v6 (x2)
    Ocean (Japanese) (x1)
    Entama (Summer Guts) (x1)
    ID L (x1)
    On (English) (x1)
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  1. I was hoping it would react similarly to a .SWF file and play from within WinAmp. It kinda does, but it just cycles through various sound effects.
  2. I know I have some cringe child moments lol I just accept it was a different me back then. I know I'd likely have a whole different identity here had I made my account a few years later, but the Nazotchi theme is just too nostalgic at this point to change it.
  3. You can leave it in the name stage or crying screen forever really. On V3 and older the baby would even age still. If you left it on the naming screen for 15 days, the baby's age would be 15. Made little difference in play though as 15 basically became the "zero" and it continued to go through the life stages at a normal rate This didn't work for the V4 or higher that I recall of.
  4. After that's all done with I'll be attempting to marry a virtual PBX, the Win 98 and a dial-up modem along with my actual modem to see if I can rig up a pseudo-dial-up connection. Just to see if it can be done.
  5. Just a computer that I'm building. I'm using and finding as many old parts as possible to build a 2000ish computer. Aiming to load it with Win 98. Still looking for an old likely discoloured white case to really seal the retro deal here. (Well, retro for me as I was born in 1996). Mostly for nostalgia and to be able to run old programs without emulation. Not sure yet, something near the year 2000 and made by Intel. I'll find out when I can actually boot it into Windows
  6. May as well share one of my little projects:
  7. Happy Birthday! :)


    1. Knighttchi's Ballad

      Knighttchi's Ballad

      I second that! Happy Birthday, Nazo! You fill in for so many inter-version connections :nazotchi::nazotchi::nazotchi: I'm sure tamas around the world would thank you if they could write :D:lol::marumimitchi::ichigotchi::chohimetchi::kuribotchi::kusatchi:

    2. Penguin-keeper


      Happy Birthday, dude! :D I hope that you have a great one. :)

    3. Nazotchi25


      Thanks, it was a great day! :lol:

  8. I have so many projects I'd love to see come to life some day, yet none of the financial backing.

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    2. Eggiweg


      Something like a whole new platform to display and sell their art?

    3. Nazotchi25


      I would work on function first when deployed to my friends. I would prefer to keep away from money as it complicates things.

      A non-profit would be the best option to me. They would still be able to display art and solicite commissions from people, but the exchange of money would not fall onto me.

    4. Eggiweg


      Sounds like what the art community needs, I wish you the best of luck with your project in the future.

  9. I realize I'm a month late, but why are you quoting and sharing posts from 2013? No harm really, just seems kind of strange.
  10. I mean its still a good song, I listen to it casually all the time. If anything I think its been basically immortalized now.
  11. It feels nice being on vacation

    1. Alex Grigoriou
    2. Tacoburritotchi


      Empty places due to this pandemic= total relaxation -w-

    3. Tacoburritotchi


      Well, mostly empty -w-"

  12. My personal best is in the 40s. I don't remember the exact number unfortunately but I did remember that it was on my Tamagotchi V3
  13. Happy Independence Day to my American friends!

  14. Happy Canada Day my fellow Canadians!

  15. From an amateur web designer's point of view, I can understand why it was missed or ignored. Depending on how you stylize a page it may not format correctly on different screen sizes or resolutions. A good example was a page I was making for a friend. It only looked proper when the screen was 1920x1080 and if you didn't resize the browser window at all. As soon as one of these things happened, the whole thing broke I can only assume that this is a similar thing, but its so small it may not even have been brought to their attention.