@coolskeleton_95: Ahh I completely forgot to mention in the original post but I am totally okay with comments! Thank you! I love getting feedback on my logs.
Apologies for the long delay! Life caught up with me—long story short, I work at a movie theater and the new Star Wars movie just came out, so I haven’t had a lot of time to update.
At the same time, my poor M!X has been spending a lot of time at home alone so I figured it was about time to update and start thinking about the next generation.
The day after I had last updated about a week ago, my Tamagotchi changed into Lovelitchi! I was really excited to get her, since I’m sure her features are bound to make for some interesting combinations with other Tamas. Not only that, but I was kind of surprised by how fast the evolution was—I’m guessing it’s a standard in newer Tamas by now, since I ran a Friends for a short period of time and it took about the same amount of time between evolutions, but I guess I’m just used to the older Connections where it would take at least 5 days for a full evolution.
Just a few minutes after her evolution, we went outside and were greeted by a ship that had crash-landed in the yard! :O We also saw two familiar faces, Mikachu and Professor Banzo, from the pre-Connection era! After Lovelitchi helped them fix their ship, I unlocked the ability to go to the Laboratory! Neato. I also unlocked an icon background that has all of the original P1 Tamagotchis on it, which is really cute!
When chosen as a destination, there's a cute little animation of a rocket blasting off from Tamagotchi Planet and into space. Upon arriving, there are a few different options as for what to do; the Banzo Lab allows you to talk and play with some of the characters exclusive to the 20th Anniversary M!X, like Oyajitchi and Masktchi. The next option is the UFO TamaDepa, which, along with some of the default offerings, allows you to purchase a few really cute items like the food and snacks featured on the original P1/P2 Tamas (complete with a grayscale palette), a UFO toy, a Mikachu wig, and Professor Banzo’s glasses!
The last option, aside from proposing, is the Time Machine. A cutscene plays where your Tamagotchi enters a room with what seems to be a big time machine, complete with a big tempting “Don’t Touch This” button. Of course, they push it, causing the entire room to go into chaos and the year changes from 2016 all the way back to 1996. Nyorotchi then comes out and says a bunch of stuff about food.
Talk about anticlimactic. At first, I thought only Nyorotchi would talk to you, but while I was taking some pictures, Ginjirotchi also popped in to talk! (Didn't grab a picture, unfortunately)
Other than the new location that appeared, not much else happened out of the norm with Lovelitchi. I figured out that her favorite foods were the Tama Omurice and the Tama Pudding you can buy at TamaDepa, both of which make her so happy that she goes airborne and gently floats back down every time she eats them!
I bought a few different accessories to wear, like a polka-dot bow and a heart bopper, both of which are super cute. A few days ago, a little Christmas tree appeared in the back of the room, which is an adorable touch. She’s been spending a lot of time in the playroom while I’ve been at work, so aside from keeping her hungry/happy meters up, I haven’t really played a lot with her. According to her friends list, Kikitchi is her boyfriend, which I’m just a little bit disappointed about—I was sort of hoping she would fall in love with one of the exclusives like Kuromametchi or Masktchi.
Oh well! I can't pick and choose someone else's love interest, after all.
Hopefully today or tomorrow I’ll have an update about the next generation; it’s been fun having Lovelitchi but she’s 11 now and I feel like it’s time for me to move on and get to the next generation. See you soon!