Hey guys, I was interested in using an Arduino to communicate with an original v-pet... I was wondering if you had done anything with this recently
It would be cool to at least get a look at that zip file if you still had a copy around, but it seems the link is now dead after all this time.
In the codes, in place of a normal digit "x" it can now take:
@x meaning a check digit giving a total of x
^x meaning take the corresponding digit from the last received packet and xor it with x
The ^ token is for doing battle codes which let the real V-Pet go first and decide who wins.
Original V-Pet MetalGreymon: V2-B34C-F^30^3
Any Original V-Pet V2-code: replace 2nd and 4th digit of 2nd packet each with ^3
Original Pendulum Phantomon: V2-211F-000F-0^1^FF-@BABF
Any Original Pendulum V2-code: replace 2nd-3rd digit of 3rd packet with ^1^F, and replace 1st digit of 4th packet with @B
(PenProg and PenX battles should go the same way but I haven't confirmed yet. Looks like I'll actually need to do something else for the Pendulum 20th. V-Pet 20th doesn't care about the hit bits from the one who goes second, so it worked already.)
Hello! I've been working on a school project to lay the foundation for using this device to let the virtual pets connect over the internet. I made a guide on how to use the device for such a purpose as well as instructions on how to build it and transcribe the codes involved. I hope to eventually make a user interface that will make it easier to use, but as of now it is 100% capable of allowing any of the interactions listed in the guide to work for any device they exist on, and I plan on adding in Digital Monster X compatibility as soon as I receive mine.
Thanks for putting such a great guide together.
I want to try and do something similar but I'm a programmer who knows nothing of circuits, so this is super helpful. I think I have all the stuff with my arduino stuff.
If I do anything, I'll super credit you.