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Jhud last won the day on December 14 2019

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About Jhud

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  • Birthday 09/01/1997

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    Tamagotchi, video games, dolls (Monster High, Ever After High, BJD)

My Tamagotchis

  • My Collection
    P1, 2x v1, 2x v2, 3x v3, 2x v4, 2x v4.5, v5, v5.5, Music Star, Tama Go, Tamagotchi Friends, Oden-Kun, Hanerutchi 2, Entama, Uratama, +Color, iD, iD L (incomplete, will update later)
  • Favorite Tamagotchi
    v3, P's, Entama
  • Favorite Tamagotchi Character
    Kuchipatchi, Kuromametchi, Makiko
  • Tamagotchis currently running
    M!X Melody Ver. 4U

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  1. PC Screen cleaner like this should be safe, isopropyl alcohol is more like something you'd find labelled as "contact cleaner" or just IPA. It's 99% alcohol with no additives. Overall it's best not to use it undiluted on plastic screens, better to dilute it with some water.
  2. Happy birthday! :D

    1. Erin C S

      Erin C S

      Its actually almost my birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Not true. You can connect them, just not send items between them (because of potential differences).
  4. If that's what you mean, you don't have to go into the backyard to get the seasonal animation, it usually should happen no matter what you're doing. Maybe they made them happen less often?
  5. There is not. Fake tamas are allowed to be talked about here.
  6. There is no such thing as Nano 20th Anniversary. Those were Minis, Minis and Nanos are separate versions with lots of differences.
  7. They are completely different tamas. Keitai is much, much simpler than a v3. Keitais have passwords for items though, as you understand they are a pretty old version so the cellphone website they connected to was very early 2000's cellphone thing. I love keitais myself but they are a tad too simple at times but have some cool features, like connection items (items you can use only during a connection with another keitai) for example. They are pretty cheap too. I think the EnWarehouse (Windows exclusive software) supports Keitais? But I'm not sure. I just know there are passwords for items. Plus they have stuff like no shop, only street vendor that comes every day (it's a thing in Japanese connections) and I think if you accumulate some dead tamas, you can can save another tama from dying by calling their ancestors. It's a cool feature. V3s are a bit more substantial in my opinion and I think have a wider array of characters to raise, that said not everybody is a fan of them. They have a lot of characters that aren't seen too often in other versions, a lot of them being Osutchi & Mesutchi characters for example. I love the items, they have cool animations. The tamatown passwords are a bit tougher of a nut to crack on this version but things are being worked on currently, as seen above. Actual tamatown is not available but tbh aside from souvenirs (that are completely unusable items) and being able to buy some items on demand instead of waiting for them in the shop the v3 tamatown wasn't much more than something people miss because of nostalgia rather than actual functionality, it's one of the versions that doesn't suffer TOO much from lack of tamatown in my opinion.
  8. I've pre-ordered the AC Switch from the German Amazon (only place to get it here), I opted to not get a Pre-order bonus (which is a...towel) since it kind of inflated the price a bit too much. I also pre-ordered a physical copy of the game on just a polish site I always get games from because they get them for very cheap. Yes I know the European Switch bundle comes with a game code, but I prefer physical copies, I'll give the code to my friend - a friend who will also get my old Switch! So it works out.
  9. Yeah it was an attemp to appeal to adults who remember tamas from their childhood I think, but they just missed the mark right before the nostalgia craze. I have a feeling that they rebranded and are behind all this new current tamagotchi themed merchandise though.
  10. 100% this. It's good to have a life goal but modelling is... really not a pretty job, especially for very young people. Better have an actual childhood and pre-aduldhood first.
  11. I have saved a BADLY corroded Digimon v2 that has the same EXACT battery contacts and yes, nail file is the only thing that saved it. You just have to unscrew it. Don't be afraid to do it, I mean, if it doesn't work as is, what's the danger here?
  12. Since the shell is pink there is not really any way to remove the discolouration without bleaching it. If you want to try it, try retrobiting. Also, battery corrosion is super easy to fix. You just need some vinegar or rubbing alcohol, maybe a nail file if it's really bad.
  13. Yeah, those are cracked.
  14. I'll be honest, modeling is the one thing that I usually am worried when young people, especially girls, get into. It's a really tough job and it comes with a lot of unfortunate side effects, like negative body image. Not to mention that a lot of modeling agencies that recruit young people are potentially dangerous.
  15. Actually no, that's not how the baby change pierce works. They don't turn back into a baby. Just choosen characters change into a form that's inspired by how they would look as a baby. They are still adult characters and can breed, and no, it's not permanent, you can change back anytime you want.