The other day mimitchi.com was down for the first time in years. And her set is setup so robots.txt will not allow to scrape it. This means if her site ever went down archive.org can't even help us see it again.
For those who don't know, mimitchi.com was one of the largest tamagotchi related sites. As far as I know, it's the last one from the late 90s that started out as a small homepage on a free webspace and is still available for viewing today. I know there's a few one-off dead tripod pages out there, etc. but this site is large, detailed, and well put together. If you're looking for information on tamagotchis before the V1 series, this is the place to check out.
Luckily, she brought it back online and I was sure to grab the entire website.
You can see a mirror of it at: http://dk.toastednet.org/www.mimitchi.com
An offline version in 7-zip format: http://dk.toastednet.org/mimitchidotcom.7z
Since I archived Mimitchi.com the other day, I thought it would be worthwhile to archive another rather large tamagotchi site from the late 90s.
The site was run by Amy Sasaki from about 97-03'ish and went under a lot of various handle's. All the one's I can call recall are as follows:
* Berry Market
* Aptenodytian Empire HeadQuarters
* The Pinguin
* Turquoise Angel
* Aurora Minui
* Juniper Walters
* Clockwork Penguin Productions's
Some of you may remember the URL as:
I was able to archive most of the site, but it was very difficult and time consuming because it's only available on archive.org and some images were missing so I had to locate suitable replacements online (mostly for the animations of tamagotchis). Some I will likely never find them unless Amy happens to find herself online some day. The beastwars, gargoyles, vancouver, and postpets pages are totally missing and I cannot recover these.
Here is the site: http://dk.toastednet.org/www.berrymarket.f...es/mainpage.htm
You can download an offline version of the site in 7-zip format at: http://dk.toastednet.org/www.berrymarket.f.../berrymarket.7z
Hope to see some feedback on this page, it was one of my favourites!
By Amat Gotchi
So I was wondering, is anyone able to scan the iD L english instructions? I have a Japanese iD L, but I'd like to be able to read the instruction booklet (since the Japanese one looks helpful except IT'S IN A DIFFERENT LANGUAGE I DON'T UNDERSTAND!! )
It would just be nice to know what it says in the instruction book.