Tamagotchi School / TamaSuku Introduction
The Tamagotchi School / TamaSuku was released on November 23rd, 2006 - on the exact 10 year anniversary of Tamagotchi! The general idea is entirely different from any Tamagotchi I have ever played with in the past from Bandai.
Tamagotchi School begins with you choosing your first student and what you want to teach. You can teach Japanese Language Studies, Math or Science. While you choose your first student you actually start out with a total of six students in your classroom. Each of your students have a main subject they study, regardless of what you teach. Your main environment is in the classroom with a chalkboard in the distance. Students pass in front of the chalkboard all day long, many times one student will stick around for several minutes.
As your teaching increases, so does your classroom size. New students come by and ask to join you a few times a day. Try to make your classroom as large as possible by being a good teacher and helping your class get high marks.
Like some of the other Tamagotchi, you can earn money and even connect with Uratama and Entama. If you live in Japan there are other games you can connect your TamaSuku with as well. You cannot connect the TamaSuku to Tamagotchi Connections.
I don't know Japanese, but my husband Brendan knows enough to help me read through and get the information I've needed as I've created these pages. It is possible you will find some wrong information or incomplete information. I'll be sure to update and correct the information as we work to figure out all of the secrets of the Tamagotchi School.
Please read along and follow me on my adventures with my TamaSuku.
The first log.