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  1. i'm sorry, i couldn't resist that pun. anyway i finally managed to get my hands on a reasonably priced p's, and i thought i'd start a log to celebrate! it wasn't in the best condition - the shell is ink stained, the screen is a little scratched, and it looks like it used to be covered in stickers. luckily the staining and sticker gunk i couldn't get off can be covered by the case i'm waiting patiently for! not that i'm complaining, for the price i managed to get this P's at, you'd think it would be in much worse condition! i didn't originally plan on making a log so i didn't end up taking many photos today. by the time i the thought popped into my head my new little tama was already asleep... here's a look at the new baby girl: what a cutie! i always seem to start off with girls... i'm raising her to be Yumemitchi of course - she's my favourite tamagotchi, and i also wanted to have a good comparison to my 4U! i'll be running my 4U alongside my P's until my second gen, just to see exactly what the differences are, and to see what one i like better! so far, i'm a little more fond of my 4U, but it's a little hard to judge when i haven't even run the P's for a whole day yet! i mentioned the main difference i've noticed so in my status, so i'll elaborate on it a little more here. i didn't notice it until i turned my 4U on, but the P's feels very... slow? unresponsive? it's like comparing a 10-year-old computer to a brand new one! a bit extreme, but you get the idea. when going through the icons, the P's will get "stuck" and i'll have to press a again, while the 4U will just keep going, no matter how fast i press the button! this also happens in menus, and can be annoying when feeding. i'm not sure if it's an issue with this particular P's, or if it's just a general thing, i might but batteries in my +colour and see if it does something simillar. here's a full view of the P's and my sleeping toddler! ... and that's all the images i have. i definitely wasn't prepared for a log. i plan on running this log until i get all the tamatomo! i might have to start over at some point if i can acquire the means to english patch the P's, but i guess i'll cross that bridge when i get to it. thanks for reading! hope you tune in tomorrow!
  2. Hiya! Welcome to AwesomeGotchi's Awesome Log. I have around 10 tamagotchi total and thought I might start a Tamatalk log and see how long it will last. Where I am from, school holidays have just started so hopefully I can update daily! Thanks for taking the time to read. 8th July, 2014 Today I was faced with a tricky decision. With only one battery, I could run my Soda Bubbles Version 2, or my White Version 3. Not sure why I had the urge to run an older tamagotchi, maybe because I run modern ones too often. In the end, I popped a battery into my Version 2. I was pleasantly surprised about what I saw. Anna the Masktchi! 3 years of age. Haven't seen you in a while. Hopefully next entry will be longer.
  3. At this point for me, it's less of a tradition to keep a log than it is to start one. Half of the posts on Tamatalk are just going to be all my unfinished logs! ;A; But not this time, my dear readers. For I have dug out a Tamagotchi version that is very special to me, and with... a lot of hesitation, actually, have started it up for the first time in what feels like forever! As the title may give away, I am running (and logging!) my pink iD L! Back when I first joined Tamatalk, these were very popular, and also everywhere unlike the listings you see today. I got both my iD Ls - the aforementioned pink version and my now-rare Princess Spacey ver - back in 2013 for less than $100 each, and I'm glad I did because nowadays, oh boy do you have to sell your own soul to get your hands on one mint in box. Of course, this comes with its own issues - being that I've had these for seven years now, they've accumulated a ton of scratches, which is where most of my hesitation comes from. For those who aren't in the know, colour Tamagotchis - particularly their screens - are highly prone to scratches if you're not careful, and they can show up real easily on the screen as these annoying rainbow-like textures. My 4U and m!xs have managed to stay safe, luckily, but my iD Ls and my precious little P's have not had the same luck nor fortune. And don't even get me started on their front faceplates - I'd be able to actually afford a mint iD L with the amount of scratches they have. However, it is all cosmetic in the end. And it's not like I'm ever getting a new iD L unless I risk it for a used version, so I may as well take you all down with me. I've got a Pac-Man Anniversary Mini/Nano in the mail right now as we speak, so with a little patience I'll hopefully be able to log it soon! Let's begin! ~*~*~*~*~*~ iD L I put some new batteries in a few days ago, and was welcomed by a little Kingyobotchi! For those not in the know, they are the best-care female toddler character on the iD L. I also discovered that my iD L was on its 3rd generation last time I played it - I had previously raised a Kikitchi and an Agetchi, respectively, both of which are bad-care adult characters. Determined to take good care of my next Tamagotchi, I proceeded to get the next highest-care teenager, Painaputchi - and didn't look at a growth chart, which is extremely rare for me! I ended up raising an adorable little Chamametchi: I forgot how photogenic the iD L was. You can't even see any of the scratches on it's screen! (While writing this, I realized I hadn't given Chamametchi a name yet! I searched up the nearest random name generator, and blessed her with the title of London.) While Chamametchi isn't the... highest care character out there, she's still very cute (and not a teen, strangely). I decided to go for her Tamatomo Stamps - for those who don't have an iD L, every adult 'gotchi has three special likes that cause them to do a cute little animation + give you what's dubbed a Tamatomo Stamp. You earn the last Tamatomo stamp by having your adult-stage Tamagotchi for 72 hours (or, at least 5 years old, if I recall correctly). You can earn any Tamatomo Stamp in any order, and they're a fun little incentive to spend more time with your tama! Plus, it also gets them stamped in the memory book (which is how I discovered the previous tamas I raised), as well as a bonus cutscene when they get married. Anyway, I decided to go for London's Tamatomo Stamps straight away! We decided to head to the park, as the market was currently being held: It's Kuchipatchi's mum! What she's doing here, I have no idea. Items at the market are usually marked down by 30%, so I wanted to get a good deal. I accidentally ended up leaving by way of the C button with London in tow. It was raining outside when I took this photo! Who knew Tamagotchi Planet had the same weather cycles... and timezone... wait a second. We decided to visit again later - for now, it was off to the TamaDepa to get something I thought London would like. The hunt for her Tamatomo stamps was on! I rarely search for these without consulting a guide, so there was an exciting factor to our adventure. I quickly swept into the accessories aisle, and bought London a pair of cat ears! It was time for the moment of truth... ...I mean, she's still happy at least? Unfortunately, it was not meant to be. If your Tamagotchi's latest item/accessory/food is Tamatomo-worthy, they'd usually start jumping high in the air with hearts everywhere! But London was quite mellow. She still defied gravity in her celebration, though. I didn't want to stop there, however - maybe an outfit was what London was looking for! We went back to the market again, as outfits can be super expensive: It's Makiko's mum! ...I just remembered that Makiko's name doesn't end in 'tchi'. I was running low on money, so we sold off the Tamamori Tree item I got out of the toy seed I planted in London's backyard yesterday. Don't ask. Anyway, we had enough money to buy London a lovely red kimono: I forgot how fun it was to dress up your tamas on the iD L... And thus the moment of truth began once again! Guess what happened next. ...And yet it also was not meant to be! Not only had I spent a ton of gotchi points on two outfits that weren't Tamatomo-worthy, now London looked like a weird anime character. She didn't seem to mind though. One last photo before the post gets too big... I decided to stop our Tamatomo hunting there for now. I took London to the different locations in the food menu, but none of the meals and snacks there seemed to activate a Tamatomo Stamp... not even the sweetest treats around! ...That, and it ended with me accidentally discovering Chamametchi's least favorite food. By then my pockets were totally empty. I'm sure I'm missing something here... maybe I should be more open to London's tastes and stop assuming that all she likes is pink stuff just by the colour of her ears? The irony is real. Next post: more stamp hunting! Meeting a Tama-pet at the park enough times to create a bond with them and take them home... I missed those guys on the 4U and m!x, they were useless but I loved them anyway!
  4. Hi everyone! I'm new to the forum but have admired the tama community from afar both here and on the facebook communities for some time. I thought it would be fun to document my experience with my first modern vpet, I hope you all won't mind! I don't really know too much about tamas, I haven't read the guides so everything is pretty new to me. I have a modest collection of the retro tamas (two 1st gen and one angelgotchi,) and this christmas was gifted a tamagotchi ON by my partner. It's pretty crazy how much "stuff" there is to do and how good it all looks compared to the tamas from when I was a kid! I hatched my tama a few days ago, so I'm starting my log from then and filling in as I go along. Sorry if I get names wrong for things. Please feel free to send me tips or let me know if you think I'm missing anything!
  5. Check it out! A typical Tamagotchi log! I've been actually excited about running a Tamagotchi recently, and I've been wanting to blog it! This will feature conversations between myself and fictional portrayals of the tamas I'm raising (with portraits drawn by yours truly - apologies to @anasmilkbar, I'm totally ripping you off), similar to my previous logs, so if you're not too interested you can easily skip forward. ~・・*・・~ 𝕄𝕦𝕤𝕚𝕔 𝕊𝕥𝕒𝕣/𝕍𝟞 I started it up a few days ago, continuing on from a previous generation (now on 4th). I'm currently raising Cabaret, a Kuromametchi! I unfortunately don't have photos on me at this point in time, oops. I'll list his stats: Age: 2 Gender: Boy Weight: 38 Lbs. Stats: Full Instrument: Microphone Band Name: F1 FHART Pro debut: No Star Rank: 999th(!) ~・・*・・~ Hey, that's not the name of my band. You dunce. I'm not the one who misspelled it. Also, I would give anything if it meant not seeing your face. Gee, thanks. I mean, I don't think you're usually a red, mutated Kuchitamatchi. That arm is freaking me out. Your entire life is a lie, you live in a plastic shell. Anyway, shouldn't you be preparing for your eventual pro debut? I guess. F1 CHARTs' not gonna take off without me. Certainly won't take off with a name like F1 FHART, either. Hey! Kidding, I'm kidding! I'm busy at the moment, you, uh... continue practicing your amazing singing skills. I've trained for this very moment. Just for a practice session? Hitting high notes and low notes in quick succession is excruciating, y'know. Count yourself lucky. I can't sing. In fact, I don't even play an instrument. You are an escape for me and my lacking musical abilities. Good. Suffer. That's all for now! Thanks for reading my dudes, I'll be back tonight with a few photos ❤️ -Tamacass
  6. Thought I'd make a post to share my currently active gotchi's. Currently I've got a Gen 1, Gen 2, V1 and Bobby active. Gen 1 turned into Bill yesterday from Masktchi. Bobby hit full body stage but not yet full adult. My gen 2 is currently in the second baby stage (Tonmarutchi) and my V1 is an Oniotchi as of today. EDIT Literally as I posted this, right after my Tonmarutchi evolved into Tongaritchi.
  7. Hello! here is where i will log about my tamagotchi P1, i will be starting this log soon, so stay tuned!
  8. hello everyone! i'm katie, also known as tamadonut. i don't know if you remember my old logs, but recently, i have started up two tamagotchis again! here is Rain, the hitodetchi on the v2! she was born to Tomo the kiwitchi. Here is Makoto the masku-shima-mimitchi, on the anniversary mix! he evolved today, and he is so cute! bye for now, tamadonut
  9. I got my tamagotchi pets when I was a young scrub, and eventually abandoned them for a few years, but now I've got batteries in them all and am having another crack at it. This first post will be a general over view of what I've been doing since getting batteries for them all. 29/08/2016 Rose was born on a version three tamagotchi. She quickly became a toddler, a Mizutamatchi. 31/08/2016 Rose became a teen, a very ugly teen, too. A Obotchi. And on this day, I got a battery for my other version three, and a lovely little boy named Gavin was born. 01/09/2016 Gavin aged into a toddler, a Mizutamatchi like Rose was. I started having Gavin and Rose visit each other, they'll eventually marry and have kids. I also drew both Gavin and Rose, plus took a picture of Gavin. The drawn picture quickly became pointless, as later that same day, Gavin grew up into a teen. A Patapatatchi, one of my favourite pets! I also got batteries for my two version sixes. Cyan and Sam, both males. Sam starts of with Classical Music, a robot toy, and a guitar. Cyan starts of with Hip-Hop Music, a toy pirate ship and a Mic. Later both Cyan and Sam aged into Toddlers. Both became Kuchitamatchi. Their musical stuff at the end of the day was His musical stuff is as follows: Sam: Tone: 11 Rhythm: 8 Original: 26 Cyan Tone: 7 Rhythm: 7 Original: 34 02/09/2016 A picture of Sam as a toddler Sam switched to Rock 'N' Roll, and gained a new toy, a panda. Cyan got a new toy also, a car. At the end of the day their stats were: Cyan Tone: 33 Rhythm: 36 Original: 152 Sam Tone: 39 Rhythm: 33 Original: 105 Rose was three at the end of this day, while Gavin was a year old. Then we get to today: 03/09/2016 Both Rose and Gavin are very chubby, so I played with them a little, but they remain fat. The version sixes, Cyan and Sam, both aged into teenagers, both became Kikitchi. Both are a year old and 20 LBs. I'm assuming both will become the same adult, whatever they become.
  10. After much thought and a trip back home from University, I discovered my old V6 Music Star hidden in the depths of my childhood bedroom. I took it back up to the city with me and today, walked to Poundland to purchase CR2032 Batteries (with some odd looks from the woman behind the counter). Returning to my flat, I replaced the batteries in the back of my Music Star and decided that I missed writing a log and keeping track of the progress of my Tamagotchis - and after a 3 year break, it was something I'd like to start again. Obviously in the height of University coursework and deadlines it was the best idea I have ever had and will not add to procrastination levels whatsoever So now I sit (after pressing reset and entering all of the required info), with a bouncing egg and 3 presents above it, trying to remember how on earth Tamagotchis actually work as I eagerly await the hatching of my little egg... A tiny little crying girl was born! Alongside a toy giraffe, some money and a karaoke machine? Her name is Willow, and after being fed she is now happily bouncing around - so adorable! I'm going to apologise now as I'm not entirely sure how to upload photos, however I promise to try and figure this out! (If anyone can PM me with help that would be incredible ). I'm off to figure out how all of the games work and care for little Willow in her baby stages! Thanks for joining us on this adventure as I ignore all of my studies and deadlines and attempt to care for a Tamagotchi again! ~ Ceri and Willow P.S. Unfortunately there may be periods of time where I cannot update or Willow has to be on paused due to ongoing deadlines and visits home - I hope you will bear with us!
  11. Sorry to start a new log so soon after my previous one but I kinda realized a fault with that one right after I started it: it's hard for me to do a log on a single, specific tama because I'm always switching up what I'm running. So I'm going to return to the style of my previous logs and log all of my tamas instead of just the one. As of right now, I'll be including three tamas in this log: my english iD L from the previous log and two V4.5s I started up recently. One of the first tamas I ever logged about in my OG log was a V4.5 and funnily enough, I have not run a V4.5 since then, so I'm having a lot of fun with them now. The two V4.5s are these shell designs, a transparent purple one that looks like a lava lamp and a green one with a peacock design (I had the purple lava one as a kid but the peacock one is new to me, I like it!): (it's a bit hard to see but they've both got character charms on them as well, the purple one has Yattatchi and the green one has Kuchipatchi!) V4.5 #1 - Maya I actually just got this V4.5 the other day and started it up - I hatched a girl who I named "Maya". She was a Tamatchi as a toddler, which I was happy about because I knew she had a high chance of turning into an Ura Mame teen and I really wanted to go for Horoyotchi. Unfortunately for me, she went and turned into Ura Young Memetchi instead. Oh well, the bright side to that is that now I can go for Ura Memetchi and the secret character, Hanagatatchi. The latter is a character I have not raised in nearly two years. She really is cute, isn't she? I've spent most of the day working on her skill points since she needs 350 Gorgeous points and 50 of the other two categories to evolve into Hanagatatchi. Here's where she stands currently: Oh yeah, and this was interesting too. I've had the dreaded name glitch many times on my V4, but this is my first time encountering it on a V4.5. I've also only ever had the letter move backwards, so the fact that it moved forward two letters is also interesting: I've never seen anyone report that before but I guess it's possible. Oaya! Oh well, for all intents and purposes she will still be Maya in this log. V4.5 #2 - Cody I've actually had this V4.5 for quite some time but this is my first time starting it up. I selected "download" and found a Daiyatchi named Cody - I didn't name him, the previous owner did, but I decided to keep him. It's a pretty rare occurrence that I get a used tama whose download data isn't a dead tama. Since I've already had the other two male Ura Meme adults, I'll be raising his Spiritual points in order to obtain an Ura Togetchi. I've had Togetchi before, but never his Ura counterpart so this should be interesting. Also, it's totally coincidental that I got a boy and a girl both pretty much the same age, but of course the natural thing to do here is marry them, so I'm going to do that when they're older. That worked out great. iDLE I wanted to write this in yellow like my tama's shell is, but obviously that's way too hard to read, so this gold-ish colour will have to do. Not a ton has actually happened since the last time I logged about this one. I kept Perotchi around longer than I probably should have, but I finally married her off last night: She had another girl, who was Momoirotchi and then Paletchi. I'm actually going to be going for Sabosabotchi AGAIN (third one in four gens!) because once again, I'm going to go for Pichipitchi. Now that I know the whole snack thing, it should be easier. I've failed to get her twice now but maybe third time's the charm...
  12. I am at a cross-roads. I'm the kind of Tamagotchi owner who takes out their Tamagotchi every couple months and then turns them off again, so I don't really know whether or not starting a solo log is a good idea. Nevertheless, I will do it. This log is a continuation from the V4 group hatch here (, since it seems to be dead. I'll catch you up to speed with a family tree from both my V4 and V4.5: V4: V4.5: So many Memetchis! Cyril and Alma both grew into teenagers today. I was hoping I wouldn't get a Universal character on my V4.5 again, but I'll see what happens... Cyril's skills are 20/29/28 with weight of 21lbs. Alma's are 18/5/20 with weight of 16lbs.
  13. Hi! So, I recently started running a new V3 that I got in the mail, in addition to my 2018 P2, and someone suggested that I start a TamaLog, since I plan to run a third (a V4) when it arrives. This is my very first attempt at a TamaLog! So here we go! V3 I took off the factory paint and fixed up the screen today- will be finding some cute autumn-themed charms for it Started this one about four days ago. Currently an adult, Pyonkotchi! I had Obotchi as the teen stage and Tamatchi for a child. His name is Chai (the Hebrew word for life, not the tea lol). Currently fully disciplined. I'm having a lot of fun with the V3, and the games are awesome. Hoping to eventually marry this one to the V4 that is on its way, although I have a feeling I'll need to wait until the next generation to do that. P2 I am considering taking this one apart to get the paint off as well, since it's already chipping, and the plastic shell is a nice sparkly purple. Will probably wait until this tama passes away. This one I re-started yesterday, so I'm on my second Generation. It's currently a toddler. I'm hoping for Mimitchi this time around, but I know that takes PERFECT care. I'll probably end up swapping this lil guy out for my V4 when it comes, especially if I get another connection. I've been calling this little tama Jim. I'll update when he evolves into a teen!
  14. Helloooooooo, TamaTalk! So, um, this my third attempt at a Tama log, the other two were on my old account, and ... yeah. They didn't go over so well. But, you know what they say, third times a charm! And, unlike the other two, I finally have pictures! I was too stupid to figure out how to upload pictures on here back then, but this time, I think I have the hang of it out, so, yeah! Lets get started! iDL I put batteries in my white iDL, and I discovered a Hineonetchi, whom I named Cherry. A few days ago she, evolved into an adorable Pompomtchi! Here she is, wearing the kimono and the cat ear ribbon. Anyways, I immediately started to try and find her all four happy symbols, and she earned her last one today, for being and adult for 28 hours. She is old enough to get married, But I think I'll marry her off in a few days, because she is just so darn cute! v4.5 I unpaused my v4.5 after a few months slumber, and raised Holly the UraVioletchi for a while, until she gave birth and left her son, Toby, in my care. Toby started his life as the usual, needy, one hour baby stage, and then evolved into a beaked Kuchitamatchi. The next day, he evolved into a Daiyatchi, my favorite character! I raised up his humor points so he could evolve into a Celebtchi, but he ended evolving into a UraMametchi instead. Hmm... It's not like I don't like UraMametchi, I think he's pretty cute, but I've already had him twice before. Oh well, maybe next generation. Toby got hired as a news anchor at the tv station yesterday, and today, he was paid 1400 Gotchi points! Not bad! Toby doesn't seem to beep for attention that often, which makes him the perfect candidate for me to smuggle him in with me to my summer school. v3 I put fresh batteries in my v3 on Wednesday, and found a female Megatchi named Gigi. I must have taken horrible care of her, since Megatchi is a bottom tier adult on the v3. Personally, I think Gigi looks lovely, in a sort of ugly cute way. I have heard a few people say that the v3 doesn't need a lot of attention, but out of all my Tamagotchi's, Gigi seems to be the most needy. Her happy and hungry hearts drop fast, and don't I know if its because she's a unhealthy character or what. Anyways, she didn't really do much today, but the match maker should be coming soon, so I'm looking forward to start a new generation! Friends I started up my blue Tamagotchi friends a few days ago, but I'll probably stop running it soon. Its nice, but lets just say I agree with some of the complaints people were saying about it. Anyways, I'm currently raising a 3rd generation Monakatchi named Danny. Here he is, giving us a big smile. Like Gigi, he didn't do anything today, but he is close to the age where he is old enough to visit the matchmaker. I am probably going to take his batteries out after he has a baby, so if I ever decide to start it up again, I'll have a fresh generation and won't be stuck raising an adult character for a few days. Family Photo! So, thats it for today's entry! I'll try to make regular updates, but I might not be able to make one every week, but I'll try! In other news, I bought a v2 a few days ago off of ebay, and I'm so excited! I've been wanting to have one for such a long time, and now I do! It should be here by the end of next week, so yay! I'll probably replace it with my Friends when it comes. I can't handle more then 4 Tamas at once, or else I'll go insane. So, I'll see you next time! By for now!
  15. Welcome to my v3 Log! As you can see by the title Ill be logging Jerrys life. Im currently participating in the Long-Lived Oldies Hatch IV. Jerry was hatched on the 9th of November 2018. Since he was born late at night (between 8:00pm-9:00pm) he always evolves in the morning. Here are some pictures I took today: We bought a chest and he won popcorn! Ill save it for a special occasion. I dont have any baby pictures. Thanks for reading, Ill be trying to update everyday! (Edit: For some reason I cannot type apostrophes, sorry for the grammatical errors.)
  16. Hi Tamatalkers! This is my first attempt at logging in almost 18 months! A few of you might remember me from early 2017 when I logged about my care of eight Connection-era Tamas (link: I must admit, I didn't close it with much context, so I apologise for that. I simply posted the last update and then completely disappeared without any explanation. At the time, work was becoming pretty stressful and that, as well as my eight Tamagotchis, were simultaneously burning me out. I thus paused them with the intention on returning to them sometime later - this turned out to be over a year! A lot of stuff happened during that time, as I eventually quit my job to study history at University. This took up most of my time until now, delaying my possible return to the Tama world. A few weeks ago, I finally had some free time since my University holidays had started. I went out on a trip and brought my red Version 3 with me, which proved to be a lot of fun. After I came back home, I decided to revive some more of my Tamas. My Tamagotchi fever had returned! I since stabilised at 5 units, as I decided to put my feet in the water more softly as compared to last time. However, not all of these are familiar shells! My working collection had somewhat expanded recently, which I will demonstrate a bit later. I also returned to TamaTalk a few days ago to see how everyone was doing. It turned out, not many of my 2017 cohorts were active! I guess everyone has to have a break at some point. It was great to see new faces around in the forums, though. Three of my five running Tamagotchis have continued from where they left off, whereas one (my Version 3) was reset, as I wished to start it again as a baby for my holiday trip. The final one will be a surprise! Since I've run my Tamas for a few days now, I'll give all of them a recap as to what they've all done since I revived them. Beryl: Red Wing Pattern Version 3 As outlined previously, the Version 3 was the one I restarted first. Whilst on the train to my holiday destination, I passed the time by hatching a new egg. I named the baby girl Beryl and mostly raised her during the holiday. It was very fun to have something to look after whilst journeying around! Beryl's growth was slow, since I had to leave her paused much of the time. She became a Tamatchi in her child stage and then a Young Mametchi in her teenagehood. Whilst she seemed to be on the road to top-tier adult stardom, I had a large mishap towards the end of my trip when I left her unpaused for a few hours unwillingly. All her hearts were empty and she even got sick! She was still a teenager when I got back home, and I was curious as to what tier she would end up in as an adult. Turned out that she landed in the middle tier! I was honestly surprised at this, thinking that she would end up on the bottom, but I guess that demonstrates how forgiving the Version 3 can be. I'm sure that I'd end up on rock bottom if the same happened on a Version 2. But regardless, Paparatchi was an entertaining result. I haven't had it since I was a kid, so perhaps it was a good thing that my care slipped up! Beryl got the Matchmaker this morning, being paired with a Debatchi. As a result, she got a baby boy! Beryl will probably hold a special place in my memory after she goes, since she was predominantly raised out of my home, and I thus remember her alongside many nice locations. She will probably leave her baby tomorrow night. The other day, I also fixed the horribly insensitive buttons that plagued me last year. I opened the shell to find that the button contacts were very dirty; a good clean made the buttons work almost like new! Valma: White & Rainbow Version 4 Some readers who remember my old log might find Valma familiar. She represents the seventh generation on my white & rainbow Version 4, a lineage which started back in the beginning of my old 2017 log. From the start, I aimed for Valma to grow into the Senior stage so that she would break a personal record of mine - the "oldest parent". Essentially, I aim for her to live for over 90 Tama-years before marrying her off! I doubt this will actually break any records (I'm sure someone else did it over the age of 99), but I won't do this since I can't reliably count the Tama-years once the 2-digit age counter becomes useless. I pause my Tamas a fair bit, so the age counter is the only way I can keep track. Regardless, getting a 90+ year-old parent will still be an interesting challenge for me to partake, and a very long one at that! Valma's white Version 4 was the only Tamagotchi of mine to actually hold its charge since I paused them all in mid-2017! I only needed to unpause her to pick up what I left off; however, the battery did run out after two or so days, so I put in a new one after that. Still impressive nonetheless! Valma had a lot of Meme family DNA in her, a fact reflected in her evolution path. She evolved into Puchitchi, then Young Memetchi, then finally Ponytchi. When I restarted her, she was 6 years old and was receiving Matchmaker visits. I kept her as a bachelorette, and before long she became an Otokitchi! I'm going to get used to this character before long. Valma's age is currently at 10, so I'm only a fraction of the way through my journey! The white Version 4 is the only Version 4 I'm currently running, the reason being that I find this version's growth system to be difficult at times. I've also gotten almost all the characters in these, and they are still fresh in my mind from last year. Given that I have an Otokitchi running on this one, the Version 4's growth system won't be at play here. Josie: Globe Pattern Version 4.5 This Version 4.5 is also continuing from where it left off, though this particular generation was not seen in my last log. Josie's mother was named Sae, and was last seen on my previous log as a 6 year-old Ura Violetchi. Shortly before I paused her for good, Sae had a baby girl from the Matchmaker, and when re-activated was found in the "parent" stage with this baby. She left that night, and I thus cared for her daughter. With Josie, I tried an experiment to see if I could activate the "family switch trick" with any other adult character that is not one of the Ura Mascots. This unit's first generation was a subject of this trick, turning from a Daiyatchi to Ura Kuchipatchi from having about 180 Spiritual points; whether this could be done with any other character, I did not know, hence my experiment with Josie. Josie's points had maxed out at 99,999 by her child stage! Luckily, a UFO appeared in the Shop during the same day, costing 25,000 of them (The shop was on sale). So luckily I now have some room to gain more points! Josie was Hitodetchi as a child an an Ura Young Marotchi as a teenager, putting her into the Ura Mame family. Since I was best at the Man-Hole game, I decided to raise Spiritual points. By the time she turned 3 years old, Josie had about 180 Spiritual points, and became a Shitekitchi, a member of the Ura Kuchi family. In that case, the family switch trick must work in all cases! Josie is still 3 years old, so she still has no job. That should happen shortly, however. Nola: Green Flowery Version 2 Yes, my pseudo-broken, ratty Version 2 is one of them! I downloaded my previous progress on this one as well, ending up with a Kuribotchi named Nola. She was the daughter of Ramos, a Mimitchi that appeared at the end of my previous log. I didn't do any special experiments with Nola, so I just gave her good care. Her teenage character was UFOtchi. There were a few times when her hearts dropped to two in her teenage stage (one happy heart even, on one occasion), so I thought she'd eventually become a second-tier adult. ...Nope! I gave perfect care, apparently! Regardless, I welcomed her Mametchi evolution pretty well for some reason - maybe it's just from me liking Mametchi so much generally. Nola's currently 5 years old. ...And finally... Alex: Blue Flowery Version 2 This Tamagotchi hasn't been present in my previous log - in fact, it was laying derelict in pieces until recently. This was initially owned by my sister, who received it on the exact same day as me when I got my green one, pictured above. As a result, I find it to be very nostalgic - it's like the two Tamas are siblings! My sister owned it until she gave it to me in around 2010, after it stopped being able to connect to other Tamagotchis for some reason. I soon after pulled it apart for use as spares for some of my other Tamagotchis. Indeed, its original buttons are now in the black Version 1 that was in my old log (though now currently stored). Using this shell, I learned about the insides of a Tamagotchi and how it each component worked. Afterwards, I stored it, with various pieces being separated. I then found most of the pieces in some of my drawers by chance a few days ago. Given how nostalgic it was to my memory, I decided to try and get it working again. I didn't know if it would succeed, given that I had no clue if the circuit board still worked. There were also some missing parts that I couldn't find, namely the screws, cardboard background, I.R. cover and buttons (the latter still being in my Version 1). After much thought, I decided to use one of my four Version 5s as a parts donor to get this one running. Some Tamagotchi experts may already have observed that the screen background is, indeed, a Version 5 specific one. Given that I already have heaps of Version 5s and only one other Version 2, I personally thought it was worth the exchange. Luckily, the buttons on this black Version 5 were the same color as the blue Version 2's original buttons, suiting it quite nicely. The other parts also fit into the Version 2 shell without issue. However, I made sure that these parts can be transferred back to the donor Tama if I ever decide to do so. I actually prefer the shell of this blue one to my other green Version 2 - the bright colours on this just match so well! After putting the battery in, I was pleasantly surprised that it worked! There were two issues though - first was that the speaker didn't work due to the lines beings severed; second was that it still couldn't connect to others. Something must be wrong with the I.R. parts. However, the fact that it still works at all is exciting. Given that my green one also has some different operational faults, they really are like siblings! I decided to continue with the character already stored, which was a 5 year-old Pochitchi named Alex (1st generation). He weighed 99 lb, indicating that he had been fed snacks all his life. He was also quite poor in terms of wealth, having less than 1,000 points in his wallet. I decided to take advantage of both situations by playing Slot over and over again. I learned to win a lot of points quite quickly as I realised that Pochitchi's happy sprite has its eyes close to its forehead, making it easy to spot over the other sprites. By the time I got Alex down to 32 lb, he had over 9,000 points, though I recently got it down to under 8,000 by buying some items. Since I like Pochitchi quite a lot, I think I'll keep Alex unmarried until he's 8 or 9 years old. I might one day connect the sound back up again, and even see if I can figure out the problems surrounding the I.R. connection. However, for now, it's fine the way it is. ...and that's all of them at the moment! However, I actually will have some more surprises in waiting that will be revealed later on. Hopefully, this will keep my new log refreshed and interesting for some time. As for future posts, I decided that I'll do a "one-per-generation" approach as opposed to last time. The daily targets I tried to do in my last log eventually overloaded me, so I think it would be wiser to do it somewhat less frequently. A single Tama generation would probably be around a week for me, which would be much more manageable. I'll also have more to talk about with this setup, making my log posts potentially better than before. Anyway, just one section left... it's time for stats! Stats for Nola (Version 2, Green Flowery shell) Hunger: 3/4 hearts Happiness: 4/4 hearts Training: 9/9 bars Age: 5 years Weight: 33 lb Gender: Girl Generation: 11G Gotchi Points: 6,526 Stage: Adult Evolution: ShiroPetitchi > Kuribotchi > UFOtchi > Mametchi Stats for Alex (Version 2, Blue Flowery shell) Hunger: 4/4 hearts Happiness: 4/4 hearts Training: 7/9 bars Age: 6 years Weight: 34 lb Gender: Boy Generation: 1G Gotchi Points: 7,912 Stage: Adult Evolution: Petitchi > (unknown) > (unknown) > Pochitchi Stats for Beryl (Version 3, Red shell) Hunger: 4/4 hearts Happiness: 4/4 hearts Training: 9/9 bars Age: 7 years Weight: 32 lb Gender: Girl Generation: 1G Gotchi Points: 8,478 Stage: Adult Evolution: Teletchi > Tamatchi > Young Mametchi > Paparatchi Stats for Valma (Version 4, White/Rainbow shell) Hunger: 3/4 hearts Happiness: 4/4 hearts Training: 8/9 bars Skill Points: 265 Intelligence / 35 Fashion / 44 Social Age: 10 years Weight: 37 lb Gender: Girl Generation: 7G Gotchi Points: 69,880 Stage: Senior Evolution: Tsubutchi > Puchitchi > Young Memetchi > Ponytchi > Otokitchi Occupation: Retired Stats for Josie (Version 4.5, Globe shell) Hunger: 3/4 hearts Happiness: 3/4 hearts Training: 9/9 bars Skill Points: 57 Humour / 22 Glamour / 196 Spiritual Age: 3 years Weight: 21 lb Gender: Girl Generation: 9G Gotchi Points: 83,599 Stage: Adult Evolution: Tsubutchi > Hitodetchi > Ura Young Marotchi > Shitekitchi Occupation: School Student (Mr. Canvas' class) -- Thanks for reading, and I'll see you next time!
  17. Hey, hey! It's time for a new log! I'm your host, Ana! But first, let me answer those burning questions I know you don't have! Q: Will this follow the continuity of the first two logs? A: No! Probably not! Maybe a little! Don't worry too much about it, it's just a Tamagotchi Log! Q: The title says Fridge will be here. Is he? A: Yes! Fridge is here, but no one else from the previous logs. Q: Are you gonna draw those cute little portraits for the conversations again? Those were pretty much the only reason I read your last log. A: ...Yeah, I mean... I guess I will. I guess. I don't know. That was really hard work, and the payoff wasn't great. We'll see. So far, the only Tama I'm running is my blue spacy m!x, but I'll be running a Meets once it arrives in the mail. It's supposed to come in a few days, but, uh, you know mail. We'll just have to wait and find out! At the time of writing this, the little dude is already in his toddler stage. He is a Puchitomatchi! And his name is, uh... Well, I definitely... remembered... to give him one... and it's... Jumpus. Not Jumpus, sorry. How about... Nico. That sounds good to me. Welcome to the world, Nico! And right as I wrote that, he went and evolved into Haretchi! Welcome to being a teen! Tamagotchi m!x Spacy ver. Name: Nico Tama: Haretchi Gender: M Age: 1 Gen: 1 -Ana <3
  18. Well, it's been a long time since I did a log! A Tamagotchi log, to be exact. *woop woop let's go* So, holidays have finally come for me, which means I can run a Tama with (hopefully) no breaks in-between! I just started running my Version 5 Connection, so right now I've got the default family that you usually start off with (there was an option to restart but I wanted to go fresh ), but right now they're toddlers, so I'm not giving them names until the end of this post (most of the pictures have them as babies so it'd just be confusing haha) Here's a picture of them when they just hatched! The one jumping is the first child, the one to their left (from our perspective) is the middle child, and the one to their right is the youngest child. Aren't they adorable? (Watching TV with V4 characters featured! Looks like the wrong program was on in the second picture... oops.) Nothing really interesting happened for the first hour or so. They took a nap, and, well, got sick, but that's about it. Basic tutorial stuff I suppose, even if it happens every generation. (Hooray!) Anyway, as I said before, they are now toddlers! Here's a picture below: (Top and clockwise: Sakuramotchi (girl, oldest child), Mattaritchi (boy, middle child), and Belltchi (girl, youngest child)) (Sorry for the terrible quality, the image resizing program I was using didn't work too well. I'll use a different one next time, haha!!) Anyway, I'm gonna name them Rose (Sakuramotchi), Damian (Mattaritchi), and Lilac (Belltchi). Unfortunately, I don't have much else to post today I think they evolve tomorrow? I'll have to wait and see. That's all for now!
  19. Well, I guess I'll start one of these since most people at work are kinda sick of hearing me talk about Tamagotchis lately. Anyhow, I'm a married guy in my 30's, living in Minnesota. I got back into tamagotchis recently when I saw one of the 20th anniversary minis sitting at a gamestop. The clerk noticed me eyeing it. Clerk: "You know you want it." Me: "Yeah, but $17 seems steep" Clerk: "Chicks dig tamagotchis." Me: "...I'm married." Clerk: " dig Tamagotchis?" Me: *picking one up* "Darnit, I really doooo." Let's hop back a bit. 20 years ago, I guess? I had a black-and-white shelled P1, but I don't know what happened to it. I think I traded it away for the Star Wars Rancor giga pet that I still have. I had a first generation digimon as well, though I haven't found that in my stuff (suffice to say, he'll get a reboot if I find him as well!) I kept them going from when I got them until I moved to Minnesota at about age 14. Those were some rough times, and high school is not the place to be raising tamas if you're 6'4" and about 240lbs (which is what I was back then), not to mention living in a town that didn't even have much in the way of internet (since this was the late 90s). The batteries went dead, though they always hung from thumbtacks on the bulletin board in my room. Back in the present, I picked up the blue-and-yellow clock face mini from Gamestop. A couple days later, I found some batteries and booted up my old translucent orange P2 from the original run. At work, I showed it off to my team, and one of my team members grabbed one of her own that night. The nostalgia was hitting me hard, but it was more than that. I've always loved raising things. When I was little, we would raise fish and frogs and salamanders from a local stream. Pokemon, Monster Ranger, Jade Cocoon... I played the heck out of all of those games. Anything where you had a pet that turned into something else, that was my jam. There's just something so enjoyable about seeing something grow into something else. There's something so deeply rewarding about caring for a collection of black-and-white pixels and seeing it react to the things that you do, even if it's all just preprogrammed. There's something about having something to take care of, and while it wasn't that there was something missing in my life right now, finding Tamagotchis again added more than was there before, and helped me go back to a piece of my childhood that was lost to a rough handful of formative years. I wanted to know EVERYTHING. I googled a growth chart for my mini only to discover the last decade and a half of tamagotchi that I had missed out on. It was all so amazing. I spun, I read (when I probably should have been working), pouring over the wikis, dragging through threads here on tamatalk, looking up random 'top 5' lists online in a hunt to find which tama I should hunt down. I loved my mini and P2, but... but there were tamagotchis that had color now! Ones where you could change their house and get new traits by breeding them with other characters! There was so much new stuff! I had to get one. As luck would have it, one of my coworkers was in Japan at the time. He messaged me that day asking what souvinier I would want, assuming something Gundam or Transformer related (I've also collected Transformers since '98, and Gunpla is an on-again-off-again hobby). Without hesitation, I said 'Blue Tamagotchi M!x Spacey', and he found one for me (though I chipped in since tamagotchis had also gotten kinda pricey in the last 20 years). I was on a work trip when he got back, and even though I returned from the trip at midnight of the following evening, I drove into work and grabbed the M!x off my desk, playing with it immediately when I got home Anyway, I've been lurking around tamatalk for about a month, and I'd really like to kinda keep up a log of where things are at with my tamas. Right now, they're in a bit of a sorry state, honestly. Got hit hard with straight-up influenza last week, and that took out my Anniversary Mini and P2. My M!x resiliently hung on, but I spent a decent chunk of time tonight getting him back into fighting shape. On top of that, my wife's Gudetama Tamagotchi arrived tonight (it was one of her Christmas gifts from me because she wanted to have her own tama... and I know she'll probably get bored of it pretty quick. ) I'll probably post once every couple days, and most of them will be shorter than this, but I'm excited to share with you all and see what your tamas are doing as well! I'm so happy a forum like this still exists since I don't really use other social media. Tamagotchis are the best.
  20. Hey everyone! I've been gone for awhile.. I really have no excuse, I just kind of needed a break from Tamagotchi's for a bit. I unfortunately took out the batteries for all the Tamagotchi's in my previous blog, so they aren't with me anymore either. However, I am back! Finding out about the re-release of the chibi, P1, and P2 got me back into the Tama Craze. Instead of running Tamagotchi's just for the heck of it like previous blogs, my goal for this blog is to get every single character on every version of Tamagotchi I own! (Not on every TAMAGOTCHI, as that would be way too much, haha.) I feel that having a goal will motivate me to keep posting and try hard to care for my Tama's in a certain manner, so that is what I will be doing. I will also only be posting about every week or so, unless a lot has happened and I have too much information to hold onto. I'm currently in college as well, so posts may vary in time and length. I'll be pausing Tama's now and then as well, so usual timing for growth and age on Tama's may differ due to the pauses. Phew, with all of that out of the way, let's begin! November 10th, 2018: I don't even remember how, but somewhere, somehow, I saw online that the vintage Tamagotchi's were for sale again. Something sparked inside me that I haven't felt for a couple of years, and I immediately ordered two P2's through GameStop: Yellow with Blue buttons/decals and White with Pink buttons/decals. I was so excited to play with a Tamagotchi again after so long, but due to my impulsiveness I couldn't wait until Tuesday for them to arrive. I got in my car and left campus to go find my own (after looking online for places that had them first, of course.) The nearest Best Buy ended up having a couple assorted shells in stock, so I drove over there to take a peek. All they had were three Cheetah Print P2's and one Transparent Blue P1. On the drive to BestBuy I passed a Barnes & Noble, which I saw online also carried Tamagotchi's. I decided to go check out their selection, but not before putting the P1 behind the other Tama's on the shelf. As soon as I walked through the doors of Barnes & Noble I headed straight to the Toy Section, going in circles forever looking for their Tamagotchi selection. I couldn't find anything! But then, as I walked by a toy shelf labeled something along the lines of "Trendy Japan," I saw a lone Chibi Tama on the top shelf. I instantly grabbed it in case anyone around had their eyes on it, and then searched everywhere around the store for the P1's and P2's. Eventually I went up to a Sales Associate and showed her the page online and asked if she knew where I could find any, and she said she'd only seen the Chibi's. She asked if the webpage said online or in-store, but there was no marking. I wasn't too saddened by this, however. I knew where I had to go back to. After purchasing the Chibi, I drove back to BestBuy and got my hands on the Transparent Blue P1! After the witch hunt, I got back to my dorm and started up the two new additions to my family. There's something about the shine of a new Tama that just fascinates me and makes me all giddy inside. Anyways, I pulled the tabs and set the times for my babies, then patiently waited for them to hatch. This was my first time playing with a Chibi as well, so I was curious to see how this Tama functioned. The Chibi seemed to hatch quite quickly after setting the time, and out came a... Marutchi, interestingly enough. I guess because of the size, there are limitations to the stages of growth. Anyways, I fed him for a little bit and after a while he fell asleep. Another interesting thing to note is that there is no game on the Chibi, so feeding it treats is the only way to make it happy. I feel so guilty giving it so many treats, but I don't want it to be sad, so it is what I have to do, I guess. While this was going on, my P1 finally hatched. This was also my first time playing with a P1, actually! I own two other P1's, but one is still in box and one came in a protective shell still tabbed, which I haven't touched. A cute little babitchi puddle moved around the screen, and I attended to its' needs. I didn't find the P1 too needy, surprisingly. Sure, I had to constantly check it for the first hour to make sure it was okay, but it seemed easier than usual. After the hour went by, my P1 evolved into Marutchi and promptly went to bed. Persuaded by the actions of my two new kiddos, I followed behind them and drifted off into dreamland. November 11th, 2018: In all honesty, I actually paused them before I went to sleep. It was the weekend and I knew I wasn't going to be up anytime before noon, so I didn't want my Tama's to suffer because of it. After I woke up I unpaused the twins and got ready for the day, then headed to the bus stop to get to my car. Today I was going to head home and get my collection! I was so overwhelmed by Tama fever that I wanted to get all of them from home before they were put up somewhere and I'd have to dig them out. I waited for 30 minutes at the bus stop, went across the street for a drink, then came back to the bus stop for another 20 minutes before I decided to walk to my car. It was freezing and the walk was two miles, but the bus didn't seem to be running today. I trudged to my car and blasted the heater, then looked at the time and I surprisingly made it in about 15 minutes! I wasn't too upset by that. Anyways, I drove 45 minutes to my house, then hung out with my family and grabbed my collection. I sorted everything out, took pictures of all of my Tama's and Tama-related items, then put all of the Tama's in a tupperware container to take back with me. My family and I went out to eat and I got some fried shrimp, (Soooo good!), then I said my goodbyes and headed back to my dorm. After arriving, I selected my Pink Angel to run. I remember that I was running this Tama before on my previous blog, but since the vintage Tama's don't have a download option, I had to restart. It's been quite a while since I've run an Angel though, so after setting the time, seeing the grave and nothing else confused me. I wasn't sure if it was left over from my other Tama that died? But then it changed into Obaketchi 2, and I had a facepalm moment. (Fun fact; the Angel was actually my first ever vintage Tama, as well as the first Tama I've ever ordered online. (Not this one though, I have a white Angel that I am talking about.)). Taking care of Obaketchi 2 wasn't too difficult, I just had to watch his hearts and make sure he was okay. I wasn't too concerned with his health, however, because my goal was to eventually get a bad care character. After the hour was up, Obaketchi 2 evolved into Maruten and drifted off on his little cloud. I wasn't done for the night, however. While going through my collection, I noticed one of my two Umino's. Although I've had them for a while now, I haven't ever ran either of them. With this in mind, I selected my Transparent Umino with Blue Decals and pulled the tab. A cute little egg floated on the screen in some bubbles, which was so adorable! After a little bit, it hatched into a Planktontchi. I've read from multiple sources online that the Umino is one of, if not the most difficult Tama to take care of, and they are definitely right. This little guy dropped hearts extremely fast in the hour. I was constantly feeding him, then once as he was full I'd play the game to make him happy, and after filling up all of his happy hearts, he'd be hungry again! It was difficult, but I managed to get him into his toddler stage, Kuragetchi. He passed out immediately, then I paused all of the little guys and did the same. November 12th, 2018: There weren't many eventful moments that happened on this day. I had classes, however, so I had to pause them every now and then to make sure they would be okay. I for some stupid reason decided to keep my Umino unpaused but muted, and unfortunately let him get attacked by a polar bear and missed the whole thing. I pulled him out of my pocket and noticed the skull, and immediately sprung into action. He wouldn't take the medicine though, so I had to discipline him and them he took it. This happened TWICE and both times he wouldn't take the medicine until I disciplined him. I feel bad disciplining him when he's injured, but he isn't going to get better if he doesn't take his medicine! Towards the end of the day I was chilling in my dorm and noticed that my Chibi had evolved! That sure was quick. He evolved into a cute little chubby Mametchi, the best care character on the chibi! It wasn't difficult to care for him at all, so I don't feel too rewarded, but I'm happy all the same. I'm not sure how it works, but apparently he can evolve into a secret character after a week, so I'm hoping that happens! November 13th, 2018: And now we arrive at today. Or technically yesterday since it's now 1 AM, but I started this earlier, so today. During my first class today I was called by my dorm. They notified me that two packages came in the mail for me! I was so excited, I knew exactly what they were. I didn't get out of class until 5 PM though, so today was going to be a long day, haha. Luckily I had the current gang to tide me over. Nothing happened throughout the day, per-se, except Kuragetchi being so cute and silly when playing games. The frustrating thing about the game is that sometimes a squid pops out and inks the screen, and then you have to use the toilet icon four times to clean the Tama's tank fully! It also makes the Tama lose ALL of its' hearts, so you have to play the game four more times! and even then, the squid can come back again! Ugh, so frustrating. I managed, however. I don't know how I did it, but I did. This evening, my angel evolved from Maruten into Takoten, just who I wanted! I don't want to spoil what I'm trying to do just yet, but so far I'm on the right path. My Angel wasn't the only Tama that evolved though, My Transparent Blue P1 evolved too! He's now a Tamatchi, the good care teen. I wanted him too, so I'm feeling pretty good with myself! Lastly, after waiting ALL day, I went down to the front desk and got my packages, then took them up to my room and opened them up, basking in their adorableness. I decided to only run one, because I don't want to become too swamped with Tama's. It was a hard choice, but in the end I chose my Yellow w/ Blue Decals P2 because it has Mimitchi on it! It must be a sign of good luck. I left the other P2 in it's package and put it in the tupperware container with my collection, then put my Yellow w/ Blue P2 in my backpack and gathered up the rest of the team, then went to the union of my campus to get a drink and hang out there. After I got a cherry coke, I found a spot to sit down and hatch my P2. Oddly, I have noticed a couple of changes from the original P2. Firstly, the speaker is incredibly loud. They're very... screechy? It sounds like they're up so loud that its damaging their internal speakers. I noticed this in my P1 a little bit, thinking my P1 was just faulty, but the first sound this P2 made from the egg hatching was ear-shattering. I haven't started up my other P2 to check, but from these two experiences alone I think it is safe to infer that there's something wrong with the speakers in the new vintage Tama's. Secondly, some changes have been made to the game. Originally, the game on the P2 is a number guessing game where your Tama presents you a number and you have to guess if it's thinking of a higher or lower number. In the original P2, the second number the Tama was thinking of would become the first number for the next round, where you would have to guess if your Tama was thinking higher or lower than it. However, in the new P2, it's completely randomized. Your tama could have a 7 and be thinking of a 2, and then the next round start with a 9. It's nothing too big, but I definitely noticed it right away. Lastly, I'm not sure if this is a total CHANGE per se, but the baby stage of this P2 seemed twice as needy as the older P2. It dropped hearts almost as quickly as the Umino did, which shocked me since I've never encountered that with my older P2. It's only the baby stage, but it makes me wonder if the rest of the stages are going to be as needy. I hope not. Welp, that's all I have for now! I hope you enjoyed what you've seen so far, and please feel free to leave comments. Til next time!
  21. I am starting this Tamagotchi log today as I have awaken a brand new Tamagotchi P2, the 20th anniversary special. I will be telling you my experiences and tips on how to take great care of your Tamagotchi. I hope you like this! Date: November 3, 2018 Log: I reset my Tamagotchi and I reset the time to 5:56. He hatched 5 minutes later and I started to care for him. He was very needy. He needed to play and eat every 5 minutes. He eventually took a nap 40 minutes later for 5 minutes. When he woke up he was just as needy. He pooped twice in this stage and I immediately cleaned it up. About 30 minutes later my Shirobabychi turned into a Tongaritchi. He needed food and play when he first changed then he didn't need anything until bed. He fell asleep at 8:00pm and I turned off the lights.
  22. Hi! I'm Rita. 17 years old, they/them pronouns, highschool senior. I'm not super well versed in Tamagotchis, I've been into them for about 5ish months, but I'm very excited about them still. When I first got into Tamagotchis my first log lasted about a month. I'm- hoping I won't fall under the weather again and drop the ball, as I really want to have a successful log!!! Although, let me say, this log probably won't have many photos. I hate trying to take them, trying to get the right light and get them onto my laptop and then resizing and- all of it makes me mad, can't stand messing with images. Maybe some other time, but definitely not now. That all said, I don't intend to get started with this log just yet, as this will just be my introductory post. I'm deciding which Tamagotchis I want to start up... I have a V2-V5, though no .5's, and two M!Xes, Anniversary and Sanrio. Along with this is the fact that I really want a Music Star, my dream Tamagotchi being what the tamashell project calls the lullaby shell, it's pastel pink with music notes all other it. Ooohh I'd love to own one of those... In the meantime I'm worried I might be caving and go for a different shell for a music star instead as I still really want one, but I don't want to have two of the same version unless I find I really enjoy it... Hm... I also really want an Angel, and while the pink one would be optimal honestly I have no preference for the color, I just want to try a vintage tama. Additionally, my little brother also seems to be fond of them. He's seven (about to be eight! so exciting) and always wants to know what I'm doing with my 'little guys' as he calls them, bringing them to me when he finds them around the house and informing me of what he found them doing when he saw them! He gets upset when I tell him he can't play with them (its mostly because I'm afraid he'll lose it) but I've been thinking about maybe purchasing him a Mini to see if he really likes to play with them or if it's just a desire to be 'cool' like me (I'm so not cool-) like most kids do when they have an older sibling. Also, I tend to try to bite off more than I can chew. I try to run many tamagotchis at once but I just can't do it. I'm going to try to get better at that, I'm a master of neglecting my babies, but I don't really want to be, y'know? That all said I'm going to look through my tama drawer and decide who I want to play with today. See you soon!
  23. Hello! its been 7 years since ive been on this site! well...I recently found an old V4 & decided to log it! so far I have a boy named mango, he is 0 years old, he is a harutchi! I am really hoping for a Mametchi ! he is sleeping at the moment~~! if you have any tips for v4's let me know! I am so happy to be back! also he has 1 training bar!
  24. Hello everyone! Woah my very first post on Tama Talk so lets make this thread count haha. Anyway, welcome to my Tamagotchi log! It's my first time doing something like this so lets just hope I can keep up to date with it. This will also be my first time taking care of three tamagotchi's at once (later four since I've ordered a m!x) so that should be a challenge in of itself Here's the tamagotchi's that will currently be logged Tama-Go Name: Alexa Age: 0 Gender: Female Stage: Toddler Type: Hoshitchi Training: 0 Friendship: 2 1/2 Music Star Name:Alex Age: 1 Gender: Male Stage: ToddlerType: Kuribotchi Music Style: Classical (Playing the violin) Stats: Tone - 54 Rhythm - 51 Original - 69 5.5 Celebrity Family: Blended Names: Adam, Alice and August Age: 1 Gender: Male, Female, Male Stage: Toddler Type: Mousetchi, Belltchi and Mattaritchi I started all my tamagotchi's up at the exact same time so at first it was a bit of a rush to get them all happy at once but finally after Alexa fittingly, was so sad all the time for a reason I honestly am not sure why as she came out of the egg like this??? Weird but maybe its just because I was trying to do all of my other Tamas at once that she was sad she wasn't getting the attention she wanted. After heaps of food and games later she was incredibly happy and for once was happy to bounce around by herself I've played on my Tama-Go before (Although that was a long time ago, when they first came out) but I had forgotten how cute the babies were when they come up to you! Well even if she grows up I'm happy that I'll be able to see another one again Alex on the other hand has been the quiet child ironically, he doesn't beep as much and is easy to fill up his hearts. I'm hoping he'll come out of his shell (pun intended) because i really want to do Pro Debut at one point since last time I kept getting failures rip. So I'm trying to boost all his points up as much as I can, despite having no idea what a good amount is. I also like his chosen instrument of a violin for his band (when he forms one) because I'm sure he'll be able to make really beautiful music with it. As a baby his genre of music he wanted to get into was Asian but as a toddler maybe has realised that a violin might be a better fit for the classical genre and has switched to that. Either way I'm sure he'll be fine And that brings us to the Lies Family, an extremely attention seeking family (All these tamagotchi's fit their theming perfectly? Apart from Alex I guess) who when I first activated them, did not stop beeping me while I was checking on the others even for the most little thing such as one of their hearts was empty....I had to mute this tamagotchi because of this so to the best of my knowledge they've at least calmed down a bit and as I'm typing this their hearts are full so all should be well for now (hopefully). I'm probably the worst with this one I've found in this one in terms of games since I can only seem to be able to play Tama Fans properly which for now I don't mind as much but man I should learn how to play the others. This family also tends to take a lot of naps together also for some reason which idk if it's because I'm away or not but half the time I look they're sleeping. But soon enough they evolved and I was actually quite happy with the results! I really love Hoshitchi because she's also just as cute and in the 5.5 I got bellchi as well so it's better I think that I didn't double up on tamas. The boys in the 5.5.....don't look as good as I would hoped but I suppose that doesn't matter much (And in a goofy way Mattaritchi actually does look quite cute) and as for my music star I really love Kuribotchi as well, he is super cute. Oh also on an unrelated note I made all my tamas play together! They played a piano game and uh Alex kept losing which is.....concerning. Still, I believe in him to achieve his dreams ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I was going to add more pictures to this but it's not letting me add more than Alexa being so sad rip rip so hopefully I can get that sorted by next post (If anyone could help that would be greatly appreciated!) but I'll see you guys next time in my log
  25. Hello all, I'm not really sure how to start this log, so here it goes. I am a 23-year-old in the US. I had tamas as a kid, and have recently gotten back into them again. I have a collection of 7 right now, all of which were either mine during childhood or purchased used. This is my collection now. I also have two on the way. I bought a mini one from target yesterday (they're on sale for $10) and I pre-ordered a meets (magic type with the pink shell). I'm stoked! As of right now, I am only running the yellow v4. I just started my second generation with him today. He is named Scorp, and dad was named Draco. Get ready for a lot of HP and other pop-culture referencing names. I have also ordered the knock-off tamagotchis for the children I mentor. My work budget would not allow for the regular tamas and I am not allowed to gift anything to them. I'm excited to introduce a new group of kiddos to virtual pets.