Click on any Digimon to see more information about it.




Before you remove the battery tab, it’s important to know what the buttons on your device are. The three buttons to the right of the screen are; from top to bottom: A, B and C. Their functions are as follows:

Button Combos

Sometimes you can press two buttons together to create a different effect. The following combos exist:

What’s that really small button?

That’s the reset button! You shouldn’t need to push it very often, but if at any point you think you want to reset your Digimon, you can press this button to soft-reset your Digimon, which brings up the option to Load or Reset. Choosing load will make you set the clock again, and then bring you back to the most recent saved state of your Digimon. Choosing Reset will erase EVERYTHING, so be careful.

Why is it called a pendulum?

Because it contains a pendulum! A little clacky thingy that keeps track of the number of times you shake the device vertically. Well, that’s not entirely true anymore though, because the Pendulum Ver.20th now uses an accelerometer, just like the one in your phone, to keep track of shakes. That clacky pendulum is apparently just for effect now.  The shaking is mainly used for training and battles.

Can I remove the battery tab now?

WAIT! Let’s make sure you know what the Menus are first.


Your Digimon Pendulum has several icons above and below the screen. The icons bring up different menus that are vital for raising Digimon. Here’s what they all do.


Various important stats about your Digimon appear here. Stats will display for whichever Digimon is on screen. If both Digimon are on screen, you can cycle through both their stats.


Pets need food to survive! Whatever Digimon is currently on screen will get fed, so you can feed them one at a time or both at once. Digimon can be given two types of food:

Note that if you feed both Digimon at once, they will receive double the hearts they normally would. So one big meat will fill two hunger hearts for both Digimon.


Training is the primary way of adding hearts to the strength meter, and the only way to add hearts to the effort meter. When you do a training, you get .25 points on the effort meter, so four trainings will make a full heart, regardless of whether or not they are successful. Your Digimon will also lose one gigabyte of weight every time they train. If training is successful, you will also gain a strength heart. If you manage a mega hit, you will lose more weight. When training begins, you are asked to COUNT, which means SHAKE THE DEVICE! Each Digimon has a specific number of shakes that it requires to get a Megahit, which is the best result you can get from training. A Megahit will completely fill your Strength and reduce your weight by 8. Try to make your shakes nice and even, and use a consistent speed. Once you have determined your Digimon’s specific shake count, you are ready for the Colosseum!

If you have a Copymon during single training, you can get a Gigahit instead of a Megahit, which really reduces your Digimon’s weight. Whether or not you get a Gigahit depends on the Copymon you are using.


Battling is a HUGE part of Digimon culture. It’s every Digimon’s dream to be the strongest, and the Colosseum is where they all go to compete. You may choose to participate in Single or Tag battles, which are exactly what they sound like. After choosing your division, you will be able to Start or Continue. Starting will take you to the very first competitor or team, whereas continue will pick up where you left off. You will also choose which Digimon, including Copymon, will participate. There are 100 levels of the Colosseum, and you will be handsomely rewarded for clearing them all. In addition, battling helps your Digimon achieve the Perfect and Ultimate levels! As a note, your Digimon, no matter how strong, may not always win. If you lose, you may get injured, at which point you should head over to the Bandage icon to heal. There is also a chance that you may get injured even if you do win! Keep attributes in mind when fighting, and try to use a Digimon whose attribute is stronger than the opponent’s. Even then, if you have an Ultimate level Vaccine, you may still lose to a Virus Child! Luck is a factor in these battles, so when that happens, just try again! If you keep losing, maybe you should wait until you get a stronger Digimon, or switch to one of a different attribute.


Poop is such an iconic part of the Digimon experience that there are over a dozen Digimon built entirely around POOP! Your Digimon will poop as time passes, and if you have two Digimon, both will lay waste to your screen. Just select this icon to clean it up, and make sure you never let 4 piles accumulate, or else your Digimon will get sick!


When you choose this icon, you are given an option for On and Off, and these options do different things depending on whether your Digimon is tired, sleeping or frozen. Failing to put a tired Digimon to sleep will result in a care mistake. A sleeping Digimon will still grow, and may even evolve while sleeping, while a frozen Digimon does not grow at all.  When your Digimon is frozen, its sprite is replaced with a refrigerator.


If your Digimon gets sick or injured, this is how you heal them! There are two types of ailment: Dots and Skull. Dots means your Digimon is sick (probably because it’s TOO FAT) and Skull means your Digimon is Injured (probably because it LOST A BATTLE). When you select this icon, you choose which one your Digimon has, and it will be healed. Whichever Digimon is on screen is the one that the medicine is applied to. If both are on screen, both will get healed. Note that if your Digimon gets sick or injured 20 times, it will DIE. They are separate pools though, so you can get sick 19 times and injured 19 times without dying.


Information about your history as a Tamer is stored here. You have four options to choose between:


Those little metal nodes on the top of your device aren’t just for show, you can use them to connect to another device!


If your Digimon needs you, it will call out to you with a few beeps, and this icon will light up. When this happens, act fast! If the call light goes out before you take care of the Digimon, that counts as a care mistake. The number of care mistakes you have will affect the outcome of your evolution. For evolving to the Child or Adult levels, your number of care mistakes, along with your effort, will decide what Digimon you evolve into. For evolving to the Perfect or Ultimate levels, too many care mistakes will prevent you from evolving naturally, leaving Jogressing as your only option. Calls may occur for the following reasons:

The call light will go out after 10 minutes for an empty meter, and after 30 minutes for a tired Digimon. Note that if you have sound off, calls will still occur.

Raising Digimon

Getting Started

It’s time to start raising your Digimon, pull that tab out! You’ll get a cute little splash screen and be asked to set the time. Use A to change the hours, B to change the minutes, and C to stop setting the clock. You will then see your very first Digitama (also called a Digi-Egg). After 1 minute of an egg being on screen, it will hatch, and immediately beep at you because it is STARVING! Feed it, train it, or just do whatever. Literally nothing you do during this stage matters, but it’s a nice warm up. After 10 minutes, the Digimon will evolve to its Baby II form.

Baby II

At this point, how you care for your Digimon begins to matter. Care mistakes are now being tracked on your device, but you won’t see a meter for that anywhere, so if you are concerned about that, you will just have to keep track separately. The number of care mistakes you make will decide which Child level your Digimon will evolve into.

Your second Digitama!

After reaching the Child level, you will be given your second egg. Use the C button to make the egg the only thing on the screen, and press A+B simultaneously to pick which egg you want. Your device has 3 eggs on it when you start, but more can be found by meeting certain conditions. After choosing the egg, it will hatch in one minute, just like your first one. You can only raise two Digimon at a time, so you have to wait for a slot to open up via Jogressing or Death before you can choose your next egg.


Evolution will occur at set times, based on when the previous evolution occurred. The times are as follows:

The timer ticks as long as your Digimon isn’t frozen, so your Digimon will grow even while sleeping. So long as you don’t completely neglect your Digimon, you are pretty much guaranteed to reach the Adult level. The Perfect and Ultimate levels require battling to reach, and your Digimon can’t have too many care mistakes. Additionally, not only do you have to battle, but you have to have a good win percentage. The minimum win percentages for Perfect and Ultimate are 40% and 60% respectively, but a higher win percentage increases chances of evolving further. In addition, only your last 15 battles are counted for win percentage, so keep that in mind!  Alternatively, you can also choose to Jogress to reach the Perfect or Ultimate levels, but some Perfect levels can only proceed with natural evolution, and some can only proceed via Jogress.


The older your Digimon is, the harder it is going to try to die. Potentially you could still keep it alive forever, but you aren’t going to. You’re going to go to a party one night and forget to freeze them before you leave.  And then they will die. You monster. There are actually several ways your Digimon can die, including the following:

Sometimes though you may be able to prevent death! When a Digimon is about to die, it stops moving and lets out a series of cries that get progressively more desperate for one minute. This is your chance! SHAKE! SHAKE YOUR DEVICE! SHOW YOUR LOVE BY SHAKING! If you shake hard enough, you very well could save it. Please never do this to a real pet. Ever.

For those of you that couldn’t save your Digimon, you are now looking at an old school computer. Your Digimon has died and converted back into raw data. Oh well! LET’S MAKE A NEW ONE! Use C to make the Computer the only thing on the screen, and then press A+B simultaneously. Just like that, you will be able to select a new egg and start all over again. If your Digimon was alive for at least 2 days since its last evolution, you will be given a Traited Egg instead, which (probably) increases your odds of evolving into the Perfect and Ultimate levels.


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