Guess the angel got tired of being stuck with his own poo, so he ran away ;)
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!