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I just started up my Tamagotchi Friends again and I was looking at some growth charts to plan out what characters I want. Some charts mention playing the “coin catch” game to get “active” adults. Where would I find this game? It’s not in the game section. Also, for the “social” adults, it says something about sending SMS. What exactly do they mean by this? Is it a special feature I’ve missed out on? Sorry if this is obvious stuff or if there’s another thread I should be looking at, I haven’t been into the Tamagotchi stuff in a little while. Thanks y’all ✌🏻
Hey everyone! This is my first post, so bear with me if this has been mentioned before:
I have two tamagotchi meets (magical). I LOVE them, but something funny is happening with my white one (I don't know if it makes a difference or not, but maybe it's worth mentioning...)! She just refuses to progress from teen to adult! My green one has grown into an adult, married, had a baby, and now that baby is an adult. A little insight: I sent both tamas on a cruise while I was at work. I came home to find my male teenager has been replaced or grown into Mametchi! "COOL!" I thought. He was only around for maybe 30 minutes before he was proposed to by a character in the game. He (I) agreed, and off he went to get married and they had a little baby hybrid of themselves. Now, Mametchi and his wifey are doing their thing, and my little girl baby has grown up! It's only been maybe 2 or 3 days since she hatched. She has been able to unlock locations and other fun activities. Meanwhile...my limited tama has been stuck as a teen girl for DAYS! This is the first hatchling I've had on this particular device, and she's not wanting to age up! I'm not playing either device any differently than the other (I often play with them simultaneously). Could this be a glitch? Am I missing something? As adorable as she is, I want her to progress! Anyone know what the deal is?
Hey, I was just wondering something here. I noticed in some of the older animated media (2007-2008), characters with beaks (Kuchipatchi and other Patchis do not count, because there is no continuity concerning his beak) may actually show the insides of their mouth when opened.
Here's an example using Zukyutchi from the second movie.
Although I've seen this happen more often in animated media from 2009-2015, sometimes, characters may have their beaks open, but do not show the insides of their mouths. Here's an example, again using Zukyutchi, this time from the first movie (which is also my profile picture).
So yeah, don't forget to leave a reply stating your opinions and thoughts.
I've been running my Tama Spacy M!X for 5 generations now, and no matter how well I take care of it, I get the same teen, Waamuwaamutchi. The past gens I thought maybe I just wasn't paying enough attention to it, so for my fifth generation, i made sure there were no miss cares. I kept her fed fully the entire time and had her happy bar at the teal column (I'm pretty sure it doesn't go higher for toddlers, I could be wrong though.) So, when the time came for her to evolve, I was expecting a Haretchi or Eriitchi, but instead I got another Waamuwaamutchi! Can anybody tell me what I'm doing wrong? I'm so tired of seeing Waamuwaamutchi...
I'm newer to Tamagotchi and Tamatalk!!!
(MESSAGE TO THE ADMINS AND MODERATORS: So, That's why I thought it would be okay to put this topic in this category. If not, please move it to the appropriate section please?)
Okay anyways, Let's get into the topic! :-) So I have a Tamagotchi plus (A.k.a Japanese connection version 1/V1 and I don't have any effective nor efficient way of knowing what Japanese characters will make the name I want to name my Tamagotchi... What I'm basically asking is the question in the title. for Kaettekita tamagotchi plus, (A.k.a the Japanese connection version 1/V1) But can be info on this for the Keitai as well. (A.k.a Japanese connection version 3/V3) I've seen naming charts for the Entama, But not for these. I know it's possible because of the Entama chart, So if anyone happens to have or is willing to take the time to make a Japanese to English naming chart for these versions? It would be much appreciated by me and probably a lot of others who have the same problem.