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match maker didn't come

has the match maker ever not come and then your tama die  

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  1. 1. has the match maker ever not come and then your tama die

    • yes and im so sad
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    • no of course not
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    • no but it happened to my friend
      1
    • no i always get mine to fall in love with another tama
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my tama died at the age of 11 and never had the match maker once and it was a mimitchi i so sad now but my new one is kuchipatchi :lol: to a ^_^

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^_^ Sad to hear that your Tamagotchi died.

It might have gotten the Matchmaker - possibly you missed it.

When your Kutchipatchi has been an adult for 72 hours, set the time to:

10:29AM

2:59PM or

6:59PM

And wait one minute. The Matchmaker will come!

StarTama :lol:

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my tama died at the age of 11 and never had the match maker once and it was a mimitchi i so sad now but my new one is kuchipatchi :) to a :furawatchi:

oh no mine is a :angry: aged 11 and the matchmaker is not here :o :hitodetchi: :D :D thats not good and its is on its 20th gen :o

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I'm sorry to hear that. Is it possible that you had your Tamagotchi paused when she came? She comes at 10:30 AM, 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

 

Chichi2000, I suggest leaving your Tamagotchi on pause except for those times OR finding another adult Tamagotchi (of the other gender :unsure:) and trying to get your Tamagotchi to mate with it.

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i havent paused mine since it was a toddler so i cant be that :ph34r: :unsure: :unsure: :ph34r: :hitodetchi: :ph34r: but i'll unpause my other one who is now 11 at those times or wait till snow (mine) or bonie (my friends) is old enough to breed

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I'm sorry to hear that. Is it possible that you had your Tamagotchi paused when she came? She comes at 10:30 AM, 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

 

Chichi2000, I suggest leaving your Tamagotchi on pause except for those times OR finding another adult Tamagotchi (of the other gender :P) and trying to get your Tamagotchi to mate with it.

:pochitchi: I have mine tabbed now until my v3 grows up. :mametchi: fingers crossed :furawatchi: and for the record i had it paused at school and etc :gozarutchi:

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i got the matchmaker for the other one but not the oldie called bobby my baby is a boy and will be called bingo :blink:

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I'm sorry to hear that. Is it possible that you had your Tamagotchi paused when she came? She comes at 10:30 AM, 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM.

 

Chichi2000, I suggest leaving your Tamagotchi on pause except for those times OR finding another adult Tamagotchi (of the other gender :blink:) and trying to get your Tamagotchi to mate with it.

I don't suggest pausing, never. It will stunt the growth. Just don't be lazy. To me, if you pause a lot, you're too lazy to take care of it. Pausing will decrease the chances of the matchmaker ever coming. DO NOT PAUSE! I repeat, DO NOT PAUSE!

 

*~Tamagotchi~*

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*~Tamagotchi~*, that was a bit rude. Some people need to pause their Tamagotchis because they can't play with them while they're at school, doing chores, etc.

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I don't suggest pausing, never. It will stunt the growth. Just don't be lazy. To me, if you pause a lot, you're too lazy to take care of it. Pausing will decrease the chances of the matchmaker ever coming. DO NOT PAUSE! I repeat, DO NOT PAUSE!

 

*~Tamagotchi~*

i never have paused mine at school or any where all i do is put in my pocket and turn the sound off and pretend i need to go to the toilet when i need to check on it :D

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