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Fake V2 (common type) - My review

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I have a fake Tamagotchi very similar to that except it looks different and has 4 buttons. Thanks!

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I think this is worth moving into the Tips & Tricks forum area as it's a nice guide on how to run this particular kind of fake V2.

 

*Moved to Tips & Tricks*

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