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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. Yeah it takes surprisingly long, since they're still Vintages, even if they're Connection-sized. Have fun with them!
  2. I haven't run my Mesutchi and Osutchi pair for very long, but I do remember it taking a quite looong time to evolve, way more than most modern versions would. Have they evolved yet, since you've written this post?
  3. That is unknown. I'm not sure which European countries got the P1/P2 Re-releases or minis, but the ones that did probably will get the On, eventually, unless the sales of the re-releases were poor there. For what it's worth, it's probably going to be released in the UK.
  4. Wrong, there WERE stations for Friends, only in Europe though. RaTamaZone has one.
  5. There’s no jewerly in any other version than Friends anyway. I think special jewerly is unlocked by a certain amount of Bumps and also through these special station things?
  6. It IS going to be about 60$, which is a big price for the US market, then again, toys are getting more and more expensive and toy reviewing is all the rage nowadays, maybe it won't do so badly. We'll see if some tama-youtubers will get a testing unit like they did with the Minis.
  7. 1. Yes, only PC with Windows 10. No infrared, it uses Bluetooth, which most modern laptops have (if yours doesn't using a dongle also works) 2. They are other people's characters, if they refuse they probably simply are not interested in the offer. Most people use the app to get rare genes. Though I think there are some NPC in-app characters to marry too, like Mimitchi, though I heard these are also hard to marry for some reason.
  8. Why is the box so big?? Japanese color releases specifically are rather economical, meanwhile this looks as if it could fit two tamagotchis... I am quite curious though. I'd sell my Meets and buy these instead but if this is an US/NA only release then getting it imported would probably come out to be more expensive than importing one from Japan was.
  9. With Meets it is a bit easier to get better mixes since other than the mercy of the built-in characters to marry you also have the MyMeets app as well as the official mobile app. And AFAIK the random resets usually happen when a new baby is born so guess it wouldn't be that bad.
  10. That's kind of misleading. Not every tamagotchi has bugs, Meets is especially notorious for these, in fact, otherwise bugs in tamas are rare, and sadly resets don't fix those in the Meets. If you want it I'd go for it, it's still a good version even despite the bugs. I mean, for a version where the only real goal is mixing, I don't think the random resets are *that* game breaking.
  11. I have both and it's hard to say. They are very similar. I do prefer Meets from the M!X in a way, but there are also the bugs (though none of them have occured to me so far). Meets also has a MyMeets app and even the normal Bandai app so you aren't "locked out of" Japanese-only content, unlike with M!X. But IMO there are better colour versions. If I had to choose I'd go with Meets, for the twins, pets, apps, etc, but be aware of the bugs.
  12. You’re not supposed to reset the whole device when your character dies... You’re supposed to just press A+C when it happens. Resetting the whole thing is quite wasteful. Unfortunately, unless you find a device that can connect to the app and send EZGOTCHI to your 4U, there’s nothing you can do.
  13. 1. Maybe they’re food items? 2. You have to wait a while and then press a button, I think. 3. That’s normal in mix and meets versions. They’re just animations, at least in the meets you can skip them (just spam C button until it goes away). You can’t really do anything with them.
  14. In Pokemon's case, Pokemon is a more or less gender neutral franchise (it used not to be though) so the balance of designs is important, however Tamagotchi in japan is a heavily girl's franchise now (...and it used not to be!). That's probably why they keep pushing the cute factor. Though some less memorable characters do fall into the ugly-cute category, and it's the characters that nobody wants- usually male characters in versions like P's and and iD L. I remember nobody liking the male charactes in these versions. However due to the mixing thing it's meaningless now, though there are a few "pure" characters that do fall under the ugly-cute too. No duck plants sadly, though. That said, it's super funny to see people have a complete aneurysm when they get an "ugly mix" as if it was the end of the world. It's almost sad. Personally my favorite feature will always be the preschool-school-work system from the v4-v4.5, and also Entama and Uratama. They're two different systems but mixing them together would have been nice. From newer versions I enjoyed the dressing up feature. Oh, and also the items! I think they were the best in the Connection era. Simple but at least almost every one had a different animation, while most color tamas just go for a set of stock animations with different items. Very few have their unique animations... and even when they do I think they're a bit over the top. Sometimes I just want a simple jumping rope animation!
  15. Actually I heard that on discord, but I know video you mean, pretty sure it's the same person. I don't think it's completely impossible, there have been some insane thrift store finds people have had over the years and tamas are relatively hard to do research for. The original owner might have had their collection taken from them involuntarily for some reason. Considering how people who recall original vintage tamas from their childhood often don't want to pay the "insane" price of a little over 20$ for one because they genuinely don't think it's worth that much speaks for itself.