I didnt find anythink about it,can someone help me about the interests/happysymbols of the tama 4u plus?that helps a little bit:(
Ich habe das ganze Internet durchsucht und finde nichts dazu. Da habe mein altes Tama wieder ausgepackt und vieles auch einfach total vergessen habe...vor allem zu den Interessen und lieblingsdingen der einzelnen Charaktere...vielleicht hat jemand ein Link oder ähnliches!?
By Lesbian Tama mom
Hi, this is my first post here
TL;DR: I reset my tama I got a few months back
After the reset and actually put effort into taking care of him I've kept him for five days now and I'm excited to say that he's gonna be evolving real soon! If I'm correct he's in his teen phase, I can't wait to see who I get when he's grown! :3
So, I have the set of Tamagotchis called "Tamagotchu", I believe, and I really don't understand how they work too well. I know that they need to be connected every once in a while, but it seems that sometimes when I connect them they get mad at each other? Does anyone know what this is and what's happening?
Is there a health meter on the Gudetama tamagotchi? I was looking for it. I can’t really see how my Gudetama is feeling like the other tamagotchi’s.
it would be great to find out.
I just bought the Gudetama just today so I’m new to this. ( So use to the original tamagotchi omg )
I recently acquired a Gudetama Tamagotchi, but I haven't had a Tamagotchi since I was really little, and I'm having trouble understanding how it works. I also don't read Japanese, which makes this especially tricky
From what I understand thus far, there are two food options (snack, and meal), and one game I can play. The A button lets me pick between options, and B lets me select an option, and also takes me to the clock. C is cancel.
However, there is a lot I still don't understand – should my screen always stay on? I'm not supposed to turn the Tamagotchi off at any point, am I? When he's asleep, should I just let him sleep? I have figured out that, when he goes to sleep, I have the option to turn the light on and off.
When he's awake, I've figured out that the C button "calls" him and checks his status. Naturally, since these are in Japanese, I can't read them. Some of them I've been able to figure out just by comparing them to the other options (like when he wants a certain food) but others I'm a bit confused about...
I know this is a relatively new Tamagotchi, but does anyone else have any other bits of information that might be helpful?
Thank you so much!
Ahoy there, everyone. Today my Gudetama arrived and I've been running it for about three hours. Anyone else's arrived yet? I went with the yellow tama with the white silicone case. As everyone surmised, it's chibi sized and works quite similarly.
I'm not familiar with the Gudetama property whatsoever, so I don't know any of the characters here, but you start out with a baby yolk (Gudetama?) with a bonnet in a half shell. Cute, I suppose. Like the chibi you have two food options -- a regular meal and a tomato. Again like the chibi your Gudetama will only eat up to four meals depending on how long it's gone without food. With the tomatoes, however, there doesn't seem to be a cap. Is there some relevance to the tomatoes? It doesn't even look like your Gudetama actually eats them -- he just puts them in his shell.
There's also a game you can play at any time, which is basically three card monte with two eggs. Purely chance based, which is always a bummer. It has five rounds, and even winning just two seems to make your Gudetama happy.
There's a clock feature as always, with no 24-hour option, just 12-hour. Always weird how that feature comes and goes.
If you press C you get a little animation and a message from your Gudetama. Mine currently says "babu babu" in Katakana, which is just baby talk.
My Gudetama hasn't changed forms yet, and has only beeped at me once. From the instructions it looks like there are about three stages. We'll see how long it takes to transform.
I'm hoping to hear from some of you guys what you think about it. I've grown quite fond of chibis due to how low-key they are.