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Hello there, everyone! I have just recently purchased a new Tamagotchi Connection V3 off of eBay, as a way to relive childhood memories. My tamagotchi is now a teenager, and upon evolving, he unlocked two new games: Flag, and Heading. I played the Heading game a few times, and it was very easy for me to get points. But now, anytime I move to the left or right to bump the ball, the action doesn't register, and it falls on my poor tama's head. Is this a glitch? Is there any way I can fix this issue? A big thank you in advance to anyone who tries to help. :)

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Maybe there's something wrong with the Tamagotchi's buttons? If they work normally for everything else, that's not it.

 

I remember Heading being quite a finicky game. Maybe try pressing the buttons quicker or harder.

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Maybe there's something wrong with the Tamagotchi's buttons? If they work normally for everything else, that's not it.

 

I remember Heading being quite a finicky game. Maybe try pressing the buttons quicker or harder.

 

Thank you, Eternal Mametchi Fan! Yes, the button functions very normally with everything else, it's only in that game that the button seems to stop working. I suppose I can only shrug it off and assume it's a buggy game. :)

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I seem to remember that the timing of when you press the buttons makes a difference too. I had the same problem when I first started to play the game, and the timing of when and how you press the buttons to move into position and to head the ball is more difficult on the V3 game (compared to the V2).

 

If you press the button too soon after you moved the tama into the new position then it doesn't always register.

I think the key to it is to press firmly once to move the position, then after a moment when the movement is complete, press firmly once to head the ball.

 

Edit: Found the guide to Bump and Heading games for the V3 (Tips & Tricks Forum - Index of Useful V3 topics): http://www.tamatalk.com/IB/topic/56907-guide-to-ver3-bump-heading/?p=570869

That explains how to play much better than me IMO ;)

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I seem to remember that the timing of when you press the buttons makes a difference too. I had the same problem when I first started to play the game, and the timing of when and how you press the buttons to move into position and to head the ball is more difficult on the V3 game (compared to the V2).

 

If you press the button too soon after you moved the tama into the new position then it doesn't always register.

I think the key to it is to press firmly once to move the position, then after a moment when the movement is complete, press firmly once to head the ball.

 

Edit: Found the guide to Bump and Heading games for the V3 (Tips & Tricks Forum - Index of Useful V3 topics): http://www.tamatalk.com/IB/topic/56907-guide-to-ver3-bump-heading/?p=570869

That explains how to play much better than me IMO ;)

Thank you so much, TamaMum! I tried what you said, and it works! I guess I was pressing the buttons too quickly. ^^' Thank you for the help!!

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