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In the book icon, first option. It's on the left, if it's orange or purple (correct me if I'm wrong), it means they're either dating or lovers (something around that meaning?)

 

Blue: acquaintance

Green: friend

Orange: best friend/lover (dependent on gender)

Red: BFF/true love (dependent on gender)

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Gozaru Village has been added to the Tamagotchi Planet Map! Check it out here.

The planet map is so entertaining to look at

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That's what happens if your friendship levels in the red.

Go to that characters town and go to the Plaza (top option). If you meet the character your red with then they propose to you. Top answer is yes, middle is no and the bottom is to think about it.

I've done this each time I'm an adult and am now on 7th gen without ever buying a ring.

And this is what happens when I don't read the whole thread in my excitement. Thank you so much for the clarification!! It was a really cute animation, so I hope to get to see it again in the future generations!!

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I have the Spacy mix version blue and am debating wither or not to get a melody mix one in blue. Or should I just wait for the anniversary one to come out? what do you guys think? also when is the anniversary coming out and do you guys have an estimate price on how much it's going to be?

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this kuchipachi's genes is scared me.. How I can get different body? :huh:

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I have the Spacy mix version blue and am debating wither or not to get a melody mix one in blue. Or should I just wait for the anniversary one to come out? what do you guys think? also when is the anniversary coming out and do you guys have an estimate price on how much it's going to be?

Personally I think I will eventually get all versions, but I'd say get the 20th anniversary. 15th ann. iD L ended up being quite expensive later on since these versions are limited I think and people rarely want to sell theirs later on. Plus in that version all characters will be different, while the opposite versions that we have only have 2 extra characters and one extra land.

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Personally I think I will eventually get all versions, but I'd say get the 20th anniversary. 15th ann. iD L ended up being quite expensive later on since these versions are limited I think and people rarely want to sell theirs later on. Plus in that version all characters will be different, while the opposite versions that we have only have 2 extra characters and one extra land.

Thanks, i'll probably get the melody one in the future and get the anniversary one first. Do you know when it will come out and how much it's going to cost?

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Not quite sure, as far as I can tell the information about the 20th ann. was leaked anyway so bandai hasn't even confirmed it yet... It'll probably cos somewhere around the original price (4500 yen?) or slightly more.

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Yesterday i've bought my M!x, should be arrive in 7-10 days... do you know if there's an english guide? Tnx

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☆ once you hit the PC option, you're given a 16-digit code that is a mix of hiragana, katakana, numbers and letters.

☆ when entered on the m!x land website, will identify your tamagotchi and allow you to play the cake-making game on the site twice a day.

you will need to make a bandai-namco account to access it.

the site also has a couple other features that involve your tamagotchi family tree, and you can save high-res sprites of your tama! example:

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☆ remember to hit B once you've entered your code onto the website, and your tamagotchi will disappear with the "おでかけちゅう" sign.

☆ when you're finished with the game, the site will then give you a password on your score page that is only in hiragana characters.

☆ hit B again and you'll be prompted to enter the hiragana code that the site gives you (in the box labeled パスウード, password)

this code will give you the amount of gotchi points you earned from playing the game!

 

as mentioned, to be able to enter the first code into your browser, you'll have to be able to input japanese characters.

it's fairly easy on a mac, all you have to do is add language in keyboard settings and you can switch to hiragana with capslock and katakana with capslock+shift.

a guide for inputting japanese on a PC was linked above.

Need help here--I followed yr instruction by hitting B after the entering password. My tama went in n played the game. However, there was no sign of the box labeled パスウード in 'my mix land' website after I finished the game. So, it's vry frustrating because I have played the game for 6 times already n didn't get to earn any gotchi points. >:((

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Definitely need *NFC* in tama mix!

coz both of my usb that said it have infra (IR) doesn't work! T.T

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Hold your horses, there aren't even any downloads for it available yet (and we are unsure if the IR works like in the older tamas- the different color is a concern), unless you connect it to the M!X Station in Japan.

Plus, the USB dongles never really worked much even for the iD, iD L and P's anyway.

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We have just gotten our hands on the English Tamagotchi M!X manual! We hope this helps our english speaking M!X users! Click here to check out the manual! Edited by tamapalace
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We have just gotten our hands on the English Tamagotchi M!X manual! We hope this helps our english speaking M!X users! Click here to check out the manual!

 

The dropbox link leads to an empty file.

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The dropbox link leads to an empty file.

 

We have just updated the link! Try now.

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We have just updated the link! Try now.

 

It's working now. Thanks :)

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We have just gotten our hands on the English Tamagotchi M!X manual! We hope this helps our english speaking M!X users! Click here to check out the manual!

 

This looks great! Any plans to translate the official guide book as well?

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