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  1. This is my first review! I'm gonna try to cover as much as I can + post some pictures of mine. So! Lets get started. I recently bought the pink My Meeba. It was used, and thus didn't come with the plush inside, but I'm happy with it the way it is. Hardware: My Meebas take two (2) AAA batteries. It has a sliding screen, three (3) buttons for maneuvering your meeba, as well as a reset button is located on the left of the main screen. Finally, there is another button to open the lid of the cylinder part of the toy. To start up the device, you have to take it out of "demo mode". To do this, push any button, then set the screen all the way at the bottom for two seconds, then finally set the screen at at the very top. A small animation will play and then you're ready to start it up! Basics: You start off with a little baby blob. they look akin to a tiny raindrop. From here, you have a few things to do. There are no feeding or cleaning options for this toy, which is great if you want something low maintenance or something to pass time. They grow and evolve like a tama, but dont need all the attention of a tama. The right side of the screen has a few "portals" with cute little animations you can play with, while the left side has different games for you to play! The very top of the screen has a small heart, thats where you can see how many hearts your meeba has. To swim to the "portals" you move the screen up or down, then use the little arrow keys to swim to them until you hear a little "ping" Evolving your meeba: Meebas can evolve seven (7) separate times by gaining hearts. They gain hearts by playing games! Once your meeba has at least three (3) hearts, you can choose to evolve it or keep gaining hearts until it has five (5) in total. There are two set games, plus another that changes when your meeba evolves. The games are pretty easy. The game that you can play in the top portal is a card matching game, match all the cards without too many mistakes and your little Meeba friend will be happy! The second portal is a bowling game. An arrow goes from left to right indicating where your bowling ball will land. Hit the center button to choose where you want your ball to go. The third portal changes with each evolution it looks like. I'll update this one as I see my buddy grow. 1st evolution game: Cup game. Meeba will hide under a flower and get switched around 3 times, you get to keep track of your friend and find him by using the arrows and hitting the enter button on the flower you think they're in. 2nd evolution game: Eat the flowers! Your meeba swims through the screen and its your job to help them eat some tasty treats. Hit the enter button to help them eat as many flowers as they can! Pros and cons: Pros: - Very cute animations and characters! - Super cute concept - Easy to pick up and play with - Innovative design - Low maintenance Cons: - The sounds can get annoying pretty quick and there's no mute button - The set games can get tedious after a while, the third game is a life saver - It feels a bit bulky since you can't take the screen off the tube - No time or nurturing settings, depends on games alone Overall: SUPER CUTE! I'd recommend it, but I'm pretty partial to low maintenance "v-pets" More detail + pictures to come ~ Miau
  2. Hello and welcome to my log for unboxing and reviewing tamagotchis (and perhaps other things if I can get my hands on stuff) But I hope you find this to be very fun and educational! Note: These are my own thoughts so please don't feel offended if my opinions differ from yours. I'll see you guys tomorrow!
  3. Part 1: The Viewer Itself The viewer is a colorful (or not-so-colorful, depending on if you buy it multi-colored or black) unit and has lenses that ensure your VR experience is complete. It is a very powerful rig that allows to do anything from explore the human brain to seeing what should be Inori Aizawa's best friend for gaming, Unity-chan perform live. Rating: ★★★★★ Part 2: The Setup After getting your package open and getting all the parts out (don't forget the lenses and head strap like I did!), constructing it using the guidelines, ensuring it's on right, downloading the Cardboard app on your Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, or iPhone 6, and scanning the QR code below using the built-in QR code scanner, you're ready to play the base apps. I'd recommend the 360 degree YouTube channel. Then you can download what you want! Rating: ★★★☆☆ Part 3: The Experience Seeing stuff through lenses is fum, and VR is fun. Albeit the fact that the NFC prevents me from doing anything, the experience is fun. Rating: ★★★★☆ Part 4: Overall Overall, I'd rate it 8.5/10 for its entertainment factor and the ability to amaze yourself with it - whether it be by color or by the VR experience.
  4. r package open and getting all the parts out (don't forget the lenses and head strap like I did!), constructing it using the guidelines, ensuring it's on right, downloading the Cardboard app on your Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, or iPhone 6, and scanning the QR code below using the built-in QR code scanner, you're ready to play the base apps. I'd recommend the 360 degree YouTube channel. Then you can download what you want! Rating: ★★★☆☆ Part 3: The Experience Seeing stuff through lenses is fum, and VR is fun. Albeit the fact that the NFC prevents me from doing anything, the experience is fun. Rating: ★★★★☆ Part 4: Overall Overall, I'd rate it 8.5/10 for its entertainment factor.
  5. Could you tell me what you think of this thing I wrote? It involves my OC Tyler and I had just made it up on the spot, but I ended up really liking it.
  6. Hi guys! So I just restarted my v4.5 recently, in time for my log, and I decided, why not review it and help people out there who are considering about getting a v4.5? My v4.5 has the red snakeskin shell, a yellow star antenna, and a Tamagotchi Gotchi Gear Deco Ratchi cover for it (the cover is kind of like the soft iPod cases, ughh sorry I suck at describing stuff! ) Anyway. On to the review. Please be noted this is not to be confused as a guide, and everything here is my own opinion. Overview: The v4.5 has a really awesome concept! It has tons of features, such as letting your Tama go to school & work, unlock passwords, codes, & earn souvenirs, and my favorite-MAIL! All of these features are jam-packed into a reasonable-sized Tama! The games are awesome, but a bit too long for my taste. The concept of naming your Tama is so cute, I swear! The food section already has a variety of choices in stock, which is awesome. The post section is my favorite feature, as you get mail, fortunes, and letters. Pros & Cons: PROS-awesome features jam-packed with mini-games once you get to the adult stage and begin working lots of codes & passwords you can use to get bonus items amount of Gotchi Points earned though games; they don't give you too little for a long game shell designs are great, size is great since it's suber portable characters are cute skill points affect your Tama's lifestyle can connect with v1, v2, v3, v4, Ketai, Akai, & Plus CONS-games are long happy and hungry hearts drop fast-in my own experience buttons are not very responsive-in my own opinion Conclusion & Recommending: I'd recommend it to people who are looking for a fun, feature-packed (gosh I've typed 'feature' a lot of times!) Tama, Also to those people who want a Tama that is not too easy yet not too diffiult. And of course, to those who are collectors (duh!). This Tama is medium-maintenance, and there's always a PAUSE option if you feel overwhelmed. Rating: 4.6/5 Where To Find v4.5s: There are quite a few new ones and a lot of used ones available on eBay which are a little pricey. But if you look well, you can probably find one at a reasonable price. There are Tamagotchis on online stores like Amazon as well. Additional Sites/Topics/Reviews on the v4.5: Erica Griffin's Tamagotchi v4.5 Review & Walk-through- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afHaFUCDhWc Atlantic Raven's Tamagotchi v4.5 Review- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1mjjIomxqk Tamagotchi Wikia on the v4.5- http://tamagotchi.wikia.com/wiki/Tamagotchi_Connection_Version_4.5 Tamagotchi Connection (scroll down to see the v4.5 one)- http://tamagotchioverload.webs.com/tamagotchiconnection.htm Tamametchi v4.5 101- http://tamametchi.webs.com/v4v45.htm v4.5 Guides & Cheats: TAMAGIRL2008's v4.5 Guide- http://www.tamatalk.com/IB/topic/148937-tamagotchi-v45-guide/ missana256's v4.5 Guide- http://www.tamatalk.com/IB/topic/126211-tamagotchi-v-45-guide/ v4.5 Cheatbook- http://www.cheatbook.de/files/tamagotchiv4v45.htm I'm sure I forgot about/did not include some guides, reviews, and cheats, and I apologize for that. Overall, I hope you liked this review, I had to rewrite it again because some portions of it got lost due to my laptop glitch. Thanks for reading! I hope I helped! @amarie out. .
  7. http://loveyourfaketamagotchi.blogspot.ca/ I hope it helps any of you.
  8. I posted this on PCKF, but I'll post it here too. I originally played this game years ago, and I decided to play it again. I sort of like it, but I feel some parts could have been a lot less "weird". It's a trilogy similar to Bio Menace, Duke Nukem, and Commander Keen. First of all, the storyline is just bizarre. What is this "GORG" asteroid thing? Why are there human-like "Eloi" creatures inside it? The overall plot just seems so weird. What are the bearded "wise men" that are sitting around? They rise in the air and say a message when they are approached, but are they supposed to be helpful or not? The first "wise man" says "You will die!" suggesting they are unfriendly, but the other wise men seem to give some sort of hints. But usually, this "hint" is some strange message that I can't even come close to understanding...stuff like "Seek solidity. It may let you pass." and "Asteroid is factory, factory is asteroid" or whatever. It sounds like random gibberish. The camera is atrocious. In games like Commander Keen, the camera centers on you, but in GateWorld, it's just annoying. You have to "drag" the camera around by moving, so that for example, if you want to see what's to the left, you have to move all the way to the left of the screen and drag along the camera...and you can barely even see what's in front of you! Often, things will fall on your head, you'll land on stuff where you can't see what's below you, you'll enter teleporters without knowing if it will teleport you right into an enemy, and so on. The music: The music is just awful. I tried the General MIDI setting and the OPL settings, but none of them do the music any justice. The music on the first level sounds like several songs playing together at once. It's a jumbled mess. Another song sounds like a bunch of random screwy notes on random instruments, and the boss music is extremely lousy. Most other DOS games like this, especially Apogee's, EPIC's, etc. have very well-composed mood-setting music. But the GateWorld music doesn't even fit the theme of the game. Some of it is so bad it sounds like someone opened up their MIDI sequencer and drew a bunch of random notes everywhere without even attempting to make it sound musical. But aside from that, the game is ok, and I still actually managed to enjoy some of it. It's kind of nice and still playable, but I think Homebrew could have done a better job.