Alex Grigoriou

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  1. It had ALL THE FILES OF TAMATOWN. However, they are unrecoverable. I am really disappointed.
  2. Hello guys and girls. I have some news on the topic ''Recovery of the Files''. I visited the recovery service today and saw the files for myself. Unfortunately they aren't recoverable and they are completely corrupted. My last hope is @hwd45
  3. Guys, I have made another change to my site. I have removed the "Powered by 000webhost" watermark from all pages, because I think that it's annoying seeing a watermark when you visit a page. Also I would like to ask @hwd45 a question. @hwd45 did you find anything from your old PC? The recovery service contacted me and tomorrow I will be visiting them to see the files they recovered. I AM HYPED!
  4. Oh and I forgot something. Today (June 8th) is the 1 year anniversary of the project being released into the internet. So HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO THE PROJECT!
  5. To explain you a bit better about the password system, I have to tell you some things. The credentials that I gave you are for those who don't want to login with their own e-mail. The reason for that is the following: If someone logs on with their own e-mail, the algorithm tracks the ip of whoever owns the email. Don't judge me. I HAVE A REASON FOR THAT. This algorithm can put the site to temporary shutdown when it detects any attempt to login from any of the Bandai Inc. possible IPs from all locations. That's why I gave you (All of the TamaTalk community) these credentials.
  6. So... I made a huge change in the site. I added a password system and you (The community of TamaTalk can log in). I did that because everything is going very well with the site and I won't let Bandai sue me. So, here are the credentials: Username:tamamaster@alexgtama.tk Password:TamagotchiForever
  7. I have already seen those files about 9 months ago. They aren't something special. Just some games. And I think that the files to connect your Tama to Tamatown will never be found. Types of files like this aren't cached.
  8. If you want to play around with some TamaTown swf files, there are some remaining for you to test out. I have already downloaded all the files and salvaged the ones similar to the original TamaTown (I found some games from the TamaTown arcade too). However, I think that all of the files are in Japanese, but still playable with an SWF File Player. TamaTalk thread link: https://www.tamatalk.com/IB/topic/194300-games-from-the-old-japanese-tamatown/ SWF File Player: http://www.swffileplayer.com Have fun!
  9. Oh yes. I forgot about the names. This would be twice as difficult.
  10. Yes. There is no way someone can connect their Tama to my site. Sorry for being absent from the conversation. The only cracked TamaTown password generator yet is Entama (E-Tamago) and that is achieved by a retired user and former TamaTalk Guide named binary. However, there is one small detail. Binary managed to figure out the algorithm and create valid passwords for the Entama when the site was still up. Unfortunately, the CGI (Common Gatewey Interface) file was never archived. And I do not think that CGI files are the kind of files that are saved upon visit to a website (not even as cache). I may be wrong but I don't think so for one and only reason. Bandai wouldn't easily let the hands of people on raw CGI files on their server and they probably put some kind of sequence on their sites for the generation files not to be saved as temporary internet files. So I am not very hopeful for this one. Well, I am starting to get a little bit more worried by believing in this theory. Anyway, we will see what future holds for us. In a few days I will be contacted by the recovery service and be informed of the state and the chances of successful recoverability of any of the files. I hope that @hwd45 is lucky enough to find any files. Sorry, this was a long one. Well, see y'all on the next one!
  11. It's a bit complicated. The following instructions are for the case of you finding some files. So, if you find any files and you are positive that they are associated with TamaTown you will have to take your old computer's hard drive out of the system. Then you will need an adapter to connect your old hard drive to your new computer. Then install Recuva in your new computer and recover, save the files in your new pc. And you are pretty much done. The reason for all of this is that if you attempt a recovery on the disk itself, the files will be damaged or deleted permanently.
  12. Don't lose hope. You can use some recovery software. Try Recuva for example. If the files once were in the drive, Recuva will find them. BUT, if you find anything, DON'T TRY TO RECOVER ANYTHING FROM THE SAME PARTITION OF THE DRIVE. Just let Recuva scan for the files and then you can scroll through the list to find any swf files associated with TamaTown. I insist. Don't recover ANYTHING. It may cause permanent damage or deletion of the files. Please write back if you find anything. Good luck.
  13. I will try my best to bypass the security. Welp, see ya on the next one.
  14. I have good news. I was playing around with archive.org yesterday and i found something. I found multiple cities from the tamatown station (in Japanese) and the tamatown station itself (also in Japanese). However, there is a little problem. It requires a login password (from a Japanese Tamagotchi). I have already converted the .swf file to a .fla file and i think i will find a workaround in removing the password system. Last but not least, i will connect the other towns from the TamaTown Gotchi Station with the station itself and we will all be happy!
  15. Thank you so much for the spreadsheet. It will make things easier and more convenient.
  16. This does not quite solve the case. Even the files themselves have a copyright protection and a signature, that's why it is so difficult to edit these files.
  17. Woah there guys. I didn't want this to escalate so much. I just stated some things. Chill out. Ultimately nobody can easily understand a company's policy and logic. Let's just end this whole Bandai thing here.
  18. Bandai did not try to forget anything. They just weren't earning any serious amount of money from the site and they shut it down.
  19. After the end of support of Flash Player I may keep it offline.