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Showing posts with label game. Show all posts
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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

HALLOWEEN HUNT - GARDEN OF WHIMSY Now til November 1st

 


The wind whistles through the bare branches, scratching, scratching, rising the hair on the back of your neck. As you stand at the crossroads, the foul mist creeping over your toes and up your legs, eyes peer out of the gloom and you know you're being watched. Which way to go? Where can you find shelter on this night, the veil between worlds thin and nebulous? What lurks in the swamp, is that a shack you see hiding behind the great mossy trees? Or should you try one of the abandoned houses in town... you can see bonfires through the trees to the East, the forest with the oddly glowing trees, is that the safe way to go? It means passing the burning church and traversing the graveyard. Hideous cackling comes from that direction and you hesitate, turn towards the Carnival gates and shudder...... It's that time of year again! A full SIM of spooky, creepy, and cackling horrors await you! Grab your information notecard at the Whimsy landing point, once at the hunt location, get your hunt HUD, find all the bones and claim your custom Halloween decoration for your own spooky spot.

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Saturday, May 22, 2021

VISIT 'RAFFLES' FOR UNIQUE RAFFLE BOARDS AND MACHINES

 


'RAFFLES' situated at Ashcan Consortium offers unique raffle boards and machines for your venue, club, or event. Fancy a mobile phone or Christmas tree instead of the usual generic board then RAFFLES has the machine for you. Machines are ideal for around 320 entries and most can host daily weekly or monthly draws. Basic machines start from L$99 with limited functionality up to L$299/399 for machines with full features. Fully featured boards can also offer an L$ prize along with one of your physical items.

The store also offers Neons at great prices, with commissions starting at just L$99 for a basic neon.

Contact Yoofaloof Pacer in-world for details.


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Ashcan%20Consortia/149/24/18

Monday, March 26, 2018

PRIMTIONARY @ Creations Park Mondays & Tuesday from 5-6pm SLT


After eleven years of continuous fun, PRIMTIONARY may just be the longest-running, most popular game in Second Life.  The rules are simple: the contestant puts together prims to build out a secret word, while the audience tries to guess the word within 10 minutes. The audience member who gets it right earns the privilege of building the next word. PRIMTIONARY is a challenge for both your mind and your building skills. From easy to impossible, we've got a level for you!

Primtionary ~ Copyright 2004-2016 Yummie Olsen

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Creations%20Park/245/23/23

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Happy 4th Year Anniversary Emerald Crystal Golf Course!


Four years ago on April 1st. LittleOneSusan Teardrop opened Emerald Crystal Golf Course in Second Life. Since then, ECGC has had numerous tournaments and fundraising events using an impressive Golf Club system. This system includes a Driver, 3 Woods, 5 Irons, 2 Wedges, and a putter  (12 clubs in all)  as well as a  marker that is mesh & 3D with a camera feature which allows SL Golfers to see their shots from start to where the ball lands! 
LittleOneSusan's dedication to the sport and attention to detail is apparent and gives SL Golfers the ability to play a realistic 18 Hole Game.  It is also a fun way to explore and challenge each other on a virtual course with beautiful scenic views and a fun experience. 
              
              Visit ECGC and celebrate by playing a round of golf today!
              
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Monday, February 8, 2016

Avie Poll: Is Second Life just a game, or an extension of your life?- Lilly Lacewing Reporting.




For many people, Second Life is a great recreation, for others, life would be very lonely, boring, and painful without it. First, let me introduce you to our cast of characters for this poll.

Polly*: 45. Mother of three, divorced, on disability for Multiple Sclerosis as well as the host of secondary problems MS can cause.

John*: 37. Suffers from crippling social anxiety, works in IT. No kids, not married. Recently was fired because they discovered he’d been using Cannabis to treat his anxiety (in a legal state no less,) but has been a prolific SL builder for years, which is now his source of income completely.

Letty*: 24. Lives with her parents due to a car accident that left her a paraplegic with an as yet undiagnosed neurological issue that causes occasional bouts of black-out amniesia, headaches daily, and problems with memory.

 Without further ado, let’s get into it!

Lilly: How has Second Life helped you? (In ANY ways relevant.)

John: Well, I don’t have that same overwhelming anxiety meeting new people on SL like I do in RL. Luckily, working in IT means my contact with others is minimal, but that doesn’t mean I don’t still crave a social life, friends, girlfriends, etc.

Letty: For me, Second Life has been a blessing because it’s always a task for me to have to go anywhere. My accident left me with some weakness on my right side, add that to paralysis and you can see how hard getting out in RL can be. I have to have my mom help me into her van, that she had to pay thousands of dollars to have a wheelchair lift installed, not to mention she has to lift me into the van, and she has back problems. My dad helps where he can, but he has early onset Alzhiemers’, and often needs more help than I do. Second Life is a way me to go make new friends, go to movies with them (SL is riddled with movie theatres,), and do any number of things I can’t with my body. You have no idea how therapeutic that is.

Polly: For me, I just can’t AFFORD to have a social life, with such a limited income, and three kids to try to care for too. If it wasn’t for my mother in law, who cares about her grandkids more than their own father, taking us in to her home, we never would have made it! But in Second Life? If I have even so little as 5 dollars left at the end of the month, I can change that over into Lindens and buy beautiful dresses, jewelry…basically, I dress her like I would dress me if I could afford, only about 15 years younger! (laughs)

Lilly: So then, would you say that Second Life is just a game, or an extension of your real life?

Letty (laughing): This IS my real life! So yeah, way more than just a dinky game!

John: Well, I DO love gaming, so I can see how it could honestly be both. It is a game, or it starts out that way, then for some people, it becomes an extension of their lives, for me, it’s definitely an extension of my life, because on the rare occasions I do try to go out with friends, it’s a tense, chaotic experience of nerves and insecurities overwhelming you. In Second Life, I can go to a nightclub, full of beautiful people and not be self conscious because on here, even though we look different, you cannot argue we aren’t made out of all the same parts. So yeah, that’s something SL could teach RL at this point!

Polly: I really don’t know how to not repeat myself from the last question, but for me, it’s definitely an extension of my real life. I’ve even talked a couple of my girlfriends into creating accounts so when we’re all swamped with RL obligations and can’t see each other, at least by the end of the day, and when everything is done, then we can all get on together, and go clubbing! I’m not about to try that in RL, I know everyone still tries to tell me 45 is young, but it’s not young enough to go to the places I can go in SL, or wear the things I want to wear in SL in RL, it just wouldn’t work. Please don’t take this as low self esteem, I’m just being a realist. Who wants to dance with the spastic 45 year old woman when there are a bunch of young, healthy things flitting in and out of reach like so many perfect butterflies? No thanks, I’ll go to a club here and fit in with the butterflies, thanks!


*Names have been changed, not because of request of anonymity, but because I wanted them to retain their privacy in the light of such revealing testimonies, and because in SL especially, no one wants to wear a label that holds them back in RL.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Got the Balls to Play Truthball By Leesa Donner?


Truthball is the hottest truth or dare game system in Second Life. Created by Leesa Donner, The Truthball provides your guests with hours of engaging entertainment. It is a perfect way to break the ice when getting to meet someone new, hanging out with friends or even strangers, and getting to know them in ways you may have never expected.

Categories include PG & Adult questions about Love, Relationships, Scenarios,  Get2KnowU, Holiday themes, RL Issues, FemDom/BDSM and more!

Did we mention this would be the perfect gift for the holidays!


Get yours today!
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Couture%20Boulevard/223/87/22

Browse MP
https://marketplace.secondlife.com/stores/27820

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Tiny Empires/ Spotlight and Interview with Ironman Zeplin- Chipie7 (aka Shaneos Howlett) Reporting...



Tiny Empires is an addictive medieval themed multi users  game that can be played within Second Life. 

 It is free to play and requires a HUD. SLE met up with SL Resident Ironman Zeplin who plays Tiny empires and he  shared some useful information with us.





About Tiny Empires
There are two versions. Tiny Empires is based on Medieval times and Tiny Empires3000 is based on space exploration.  For this report we will focus on the Tiny Empires medievil version.

The Goal

Monday, April 22, 2013

An exercise For the Mind: The Lost Treasure of the Inca Warrior Game -Sarahelisebeth Brenham Reporting...



Do you like adventures? Me too. Come join me on one of SL's greatest journeys.

What is it with our fondness for expeditions as human beings? Whatever the reasoning is, we just know that we love to go on odysseys! The latest adventure that I went on was the Lost Treasure of the Inca Warrior Game.

The Lost Treasure of the Inca Warrior Game was created and is run by the company, MadPea Production. This activity debuted on March 15th, 2013 and has been well received by all who have participated in it. The object of the game is to find certain items. When you have found everything that the pastime requires, you are awarded fifteen fabulous prizes. When the journey first was presented to the public, a cash gift of L$10,000, in addition to the other keepsakes, were given to the initial person who completed the quest. 


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Second Life- An Extension of Real Life or Just A Game? - Pandora Drezelan Reporting...


My Description Of A World.
Second Life is an online virtual world developed by Linden Lab. It was launched on June 23, 2003. A number of free client programs or Viewers enable Second Life users (Residents) to interact with each other through their avatars (a graphical representation of the user) Residents can explore the world (known as the grid) meet other Residents, socialize, participate in individual and group activities, create and trade virtual property and services with one another. Second Life is intended for people aged 16 and over and as of 2011 has about one million active users.
My Description Of A Game.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

When Battlebots Attack -- Luc Fray Reporting

Time and time over again, it has been proven that man has always been fascinated with fight games that pit one with another -- from gladiator style arenas to underground fight clubs to animal derbies to modern day boxing. Perhaps it is the thrill of bloodlust, or maybe the morbid fascination of observing one fight for survival, or perhaps just the excitement of tempting the fates and wondering if the gods will favor the one you bet on this time. Whatever it is, people would certainly want to see and experience brutal brawls.

Enter Buildables.


 
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