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What's the oldest age your tam has been?  

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  1. 1. What's the oldest age your tam has been?

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My oldest tam is a Japanese Angelgotchi, hatched January 1, 2006.
That would make its age 99+209, or 308!!!

:rolleyes: :kusatchi: :angry:

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36 tamayears, I had it more then 36 days because I paused my little oldtimer during night.

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[quote name='Chichi2000' date='Oct 26 2006, 12:33 PM'] :kusatchi: How did it live so long?! :rolleyes: Awesome [/quote]
I never let its hearts drop, and I always paused it when I couldn't care for it.
My previous oldest tam was a v2 that lived to age 56.

:angry: ^_^ :)

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[quote name='tamagotchi_pal' date='Oct 26 2006, 01:45 PM'] mine was 60 once. [/quote]
What version was it?

:D :D :D

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[quote name='tamadogg' date='Oct 26 2006, 01:37 PM'] I never let its hearts drop, and I always paused it when I couldn't care for it.
My previous oldest tam was a v2 that lived to age 56.

;)  :huh:  :huh: [/quote]
But if you paused it after age 99, then there is no sure fire way to keep track of age as it doesn't get a full "tama year" each day :( And didn't you have a keitai to live up to 102?

My oldest was Aaron on a V3 that lived to be 145 :D

KM

p.s. nice to see ya back online tamadogg!

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[quote name='Kyliesmum' date='Oct 27 2006, 04:30 PM'] But if you paused it after age 99, then there is no sure fire way to keep track of age as it doesn't get a full "tama year" each day  :o  And didn't you have a keitai to live up to 102?

My oldest was Aaron on a V3 that lived to be 145 :D

KM

p.s. nice to see ya back online tamadogg! [/quote]
Yeah, poor Aaron! To tell the truth, I'm a little sad that he died. He was old. I started looking on your blogagotchi when he was 92. At least he lived a good long life.

BTW Did you cry when he died? Maybe not a bawl, but did you feel sad?

Plus I'm trying to see how long my V2 can live. She's currently an oldie right now. She's 12. I have pictures of her on my blogagotchi, plus of my other 3. Her name is Ashle.

Are you going to restart your V3 and play again?

*~Tamagotchi~* Edited by *~Tamagotchi~*

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Probably old age.
This is pathetic... 29 years!!!111 It was debugged, so... yeah.

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My oldie, OLDIE lived to be 35 yrs. it died of a heart attack (IT DIED IN ITS SLEEP!!!!!!!!!)

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[quote name='Kyliesmum' date='Oct 27 2006, 06:30 PM'] But if you paused it after age 99, then there is no sure fire way to keep track of age as it doesn't get a full "tama year" each day :angry: And didn't you have a keitai to live up to 102?

My oldest was Aaron on a V3 that lived to be 145 :puroperatchi:

KM

p.s. nice to see ya back online tamadogg! [/quote]
Oops, sorry! I forgot about the Keitai!
I meant to say that I set the time to its bedtime, so it would still age, NOT putting the screen on time-set and leaving it like that :D . My mistake! I posted that on a day where I hadn't had any coffee for about 3 days!

:puroperatchi: :puroperatchi: :puroperatchi:

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[quote name='penguin_lover' date='Nov 1 2006, 05:52 PM'] i had one that lived to age 600(i had to write on calender(sp) for it's ages!) [/quote]
Was it a version 1, or an earlier tam?

:rolleyes: :D :)

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