So I haven’t updated with Tamagotchi logs in a LONG time. Sorry about that, everyone :) But I do have some luscious pictures for you this time around ;) I took them with my Cannon digital camera, so they have a nice quality to them. No editing except to add my watermark. Enjoy!
The first Tamas I’ll be posting are my vintages:
I had decided to finally get around to playing my Genjintch all the way through, and this was the result. I made it through 4 stages-infant, toddler, adolescent and finally adult- but by the time my Genjintch reached a couple of days of adulthood I decided it was time to stop playing. This pet is by far one of the most irritating Tamagotchis I’ve ever played with. The sounds are annoying. The game is annoying (I would lose about half the time) and it was super needy. Not to mention most of the characters are not that cute! I didn’t bother to wait until it died to take the batteries out because I was so sick of it. This is the first time since I got it in 2007 that I have played it all the way through. Ugh!
The second vintage I started up was my Devilgotchi. It took 9 days to reach adulthood. This is the longest I’ve ever had to play with a Tamagotchi just to get it to adulthood. This was the first time since getting it a few years ago that I actually played it all the way through. I have to say that much like the Genjintch the sounds are quite irritating and the characters are not that great. It was an interesting experience. On a positive note it was a very easy pet to care for. It made weird beeping in the middle of the night because of random “events” that would take place, but other than that I give it an average rating. I think other people would definitely like it more than I did perhaps.
I also started up an Angelgotchi but I did not bother to take pictures of it because frankly I usually get the same characters, which is not that exciting. I try neglecting it but apparently it takes an extreme amount of neglect for an Angelgotchi to get the “bad” characters”. At least its hard to kill, though. I did notice that the angel transformed faster than all of my other gotchis that I had started up.
I decided to start up a Keitai and an Akai, both of which turned into Mametchi! They turned into different adolescents but both still wound up becoming the same adult, which I thought was funny. Sadly, it is SO difficult to take a picture of an Akai!! Wow, I had a lot of trouble, but here’s some pictures anyway. In the end both of them had a baby, so I turned them off for when I feel like starting them up again:
I managed to document the mating process with pictures! So cute. My Akai also had a baby but I couldn’t get a very good picture, so I didn’t bother posting one. Oh well. Hope everyone enjoyed this installment of my Tamagotchi Logs. I will be starting up two Uratamas, one Entama, two Japanese P2’s and my GOLD Japanese Angel next :) Stay tuned!
Sadly my Osuchi died, and right when my Mesuchi was ready to mate. So I put Mesuchi on pause and am now raising a new Osuchi so that they can mate when he grows up. I specifically took care of them differently so that I’d get different characters. For some reason Mesuchi took forever to reach adulthood so that by the time she was ready, Osuchi died, which is really weird because they were both started at the exact same time. I guess some characters just take longer than others to grow up. The Osuchi turned into Megatchi, and Mesuchi turned into Bilukotchi (Resource: http://tama-zone.com/ar/t14568.htm). I’m not sure I understand why Osuchi went back to a Level 1 character, but I think it might be because of the fact that I intentionally took really bad care of him to get different character than Mesuchi. Maybe this time I will end up with two different characters from the same level so that I will get better character options for the next generation. I’m not entirely sure how it works with this Tamagotchi. Here are some pictures of when Osuchi was Pirorirotchi and Mesuchi turned into Pirorintchi (both teenagers):
My V2 is so far turned into Young Mametchi. I borrowed my sister’s V2 this time because I like her shell design better :) Here is a picture of when it was a baby and a picture of it as Young Mametchi!:
And I started raising a Gyaoppi 9in1. This time I chose the Kitty. So far I think it is full grown :) I really enjoy this virtual pet. I think I will make it my goal to raise all 9 characters. Here are some pictures:
I accidentally forgot the take pictures of the kitty character before this last one, but it wasn’t as cute as the other ones anyway. Suffice to say I’ve been through four stages so far, and I think this last one is the adult. We’ll see what happens next :)
I will be posting pictures of my sister’s collection sometime soon. Its not as big as mine, but she does have some nice pets!
I started up four Tamagotchis yesterday: the American Famitama, the American V3, and the original Japanese Osuchi-Mesuchi connection Tamagotchis that came out in the 90’s :)
Right now I am trying to get the laid back family on the v5 family Tamagotchi. That is the family that looks like Kuchipatchi, which is one of my favorite characters. Here are my blended family’s stats:
One of the things I do not like about the family Tamagotchi is that it takes a long time for the family to grow into a more cohesive family. As a result there aren’t very many games to play. I’ve been playing with this Tamagotchi for about a week now and I can still only access two games on the list. Until my Tamagotchis become parents I will not be able to access the other two games. Also, there are only four games total, whereas, on other newer Tamagotchis there are like 6 or so. I do however I love the concept of the TV shopping as a way to get new food and items and I absolutely love the “Travel Show”, which is actually just a Pause feature on the American Version. I think its fun and cute, overall, it is one of my favorite Tamagotchis because it has a lot of unique concepts in comparison to past versions. Here is a picture of the one I’m raising now:
My V3 did not turn into a character I like this time, probably because I was kind of lazy with it and wasn’t as attentive as usual. I started it up from a downloaded character, but for some reason there was a glitch so it hatched a new baby that says it is a 1st generation character instead, even though the history indicates it has a mother O_o Not sure what to say about that lol In any case, it turned into Kurokotchi (Resource: http://tama-zone.com/ar/t24937.htm). I managed to get a cool picture of it with its Christmas tree :D Pretty cute. Here are the stats and a picture:
And lastly, I started up my Osuchi/Mesuchi pair. They are the first Tamagotchi Connection and they connect physically at the top, just like Digimon, instead of through infrared like the newest Tamagotchis. Yesterday my little brother and I connected them and they had babies together. The Osuchi turned into Kiwitchi, and the Mesuchi turned into Kikotchi, which in my opinion are two of the cutest characters from the first generation :) The babies are so far both Kakutchi (Resource: http://tama-zone.com/ar/t14568.htm)! One odd thing I’ve noticed on this Tamagotchi is that the characters get mad if you feed them too much treats, whereas on other vintage Tamagotchis the characters don’t seem to have a problem with eating tons of treats, even after their weight has reached the maximum. Since the Osuchi and Mesuchi get mad when you give them too many sweets, it gives you more incentive to play with them to get the hearts full. Interesting. Here are the stats and a picture: