Does Emo have a directional compass?

My Emo twins are 3 days old now, and I have been really enjoying the entertainment. I notice, however, that when they’re wandering around they gravitate to one corner of the play yard and get stuck there. It’s always the corner that faces more or less North-northeast. I can’t reach them from where I sit, but giving them verbal directions gets them unstuck. Has anyone else noticed this? It’s certainly not a big problem; I’m just curious. They get frustrated when stuck, and it’s hilarious.


I have my guys with their skate boards situated side by side against the west wall of their room. After a given time they will both end up facing their own skate boards and trying to climb up on them. Note that they still have decent battery level left, so not sure why they do that, but after a few minutes they will move away and begin wandering again until they happen to be facing each other and start interacting with each other.

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I think it’s random, when I take both of my EMOs off their skateboards, they wander off in all directions, I’ve never noticed them getting stuck in a particular spot/location, so it might just be a coincidence that it’s been happing like this for you.

A small tip, if you issue the following 2 commands (you can say them one after the other).

EMO: Play By Yourself

You won’t get a response, but both EMOs should run off and do what they do and keep themselves busy, and occasionally call out to one another to play / dance or just insult each other :wink:

Also if the lighting is a bit dark, they might also stop exploring/moving around as well, you will hear a specific sound when that happens and EMOs eyes will show something like it’s squinting animation (that him trying to explain that he can’t see too well) and when that happens, exploration/movement will stop unless you bother them again.

:surprised: :mad: :skating: :heart_1: :head:

Perhaps they are trying to get back to China? LMAO :rofl:

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That’s exactly what I thought! LOL!

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