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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?

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Sorry for the inconvenience, I have found an import of the instructions, but there in Japanese. If you can understand Japanese great, but you might have to use a translator for them.

7 hours ago, Maxton said:

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?

 Personally I don’t own one, but with experience for other Tamagotchis I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s either a personality trait or there unhappy (i.e, you haven’t played with them for a while and then you make them connect).

But Here is the link to the instructions, there scanned pics from the book but that’s ok!

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Honestly official instructions are usually rather unhelpful.

Tamago-chu is a rather elusive version because I don't remember ever seeing a proper english guide for it... I think there was one good one but the site is dead 😕 

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