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What's the longest you have managed to keep a tama alive?

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I think it was 14 days when I was 10. My V1 knock-off couldn't live more than 14 days. But seriously why put the limit to 14 DAYS? 30 would've been better.

I cried :D

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I'm currently on 43 on my v4.5
My second highest is on my iD L at Generation 20
Then my P's is also at 20
My Familitchi got to 27 but then I got bored, and it broke. :\

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Ah..this is embarrassing..

 

Two generations. Haha. I love playing with them, but I get bored after two generations.

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One character? About two weeks I guess.
Generations? I think max. 12 generations...

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G6 on my Tama-Go.

He didn't die and i am soon to generation 7

 

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My record for a P1 was something like 45 days. I was quite a bit younger and having a terribly uneventful summer, so I had time to dote on my Mametchi :P At that point though, he was so old and frail that he just went gently into the night.

 

I WOULD have had 30 generations on my V4.5 by now, but midterms struck a few days ago and I totally forgot that I'd left it sitting on my end table for a full 24 hours. Good job, Saria :angry:

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I just reache the generation 7 with my tama-GO!!

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'bout a year on a pair of connections

reset them both after however many generations

some Tamagotchi were over age 50, while I allowed some to reproduce as soon as they hit the golden age of 6

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Hahahahahaah I kept a Masktchi alive for 12 days.....does that count? xD

Other than that on my old v4.5 I kept and UraKuchipatchi alive for 65 days (Idk what oldie he turned into)

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