What do you do when winter rolls around? Shovel driveways and bundle up? Buy spare umbrellas and ponchos? Once you’ve taken care of those things, why not curl up with a nice cup of cocoa and see what’s going on in Second Life? The Second Life Destination Guide has tons of new and exciting places to wander through, play in or just plain enjoy. Take a look below and see!
With the cold, wet and general discomfort, winter is the perfect time of year to snuggle with a dog, cat or whatever your companion animal happens to be. For those of you lacking a virtual pet, take a trip to the 2014 Christmas Expo and Winter Breedables Fair. Best of all, all profits go to Relay for Life of Second Life, so help a stranger and gain a friend at the same time.
Frisland celebrates the changing seasons with a soothing and relaxed winterscape. Covering a huge area, enjoy a sparsely-developed, snowy landscape of hills, beaches and warm, rich colors. Minimalist and soothing, you owe yourself a visit to Frisland.
Noel offers a well-balanced holiday sim with all the classic trappings: snowy mountains, gently falling flakes, pine trees covered in lights, flying reindeer and more. Set to region settings for an extra-soothing nighttime color palette.
Slowly drifting through the long, chill dark, it doesn’t get much colder than Phoenix One Station. A stellar place for roleplay in a well crafted build, who says you need a hemispheres to have winter fun?
How do you like holiday mashups? A darker holiday, full of werewolves, zombies and gory scares can be found at Mystic Haunted Xmas Island, a haunted Halloween island covered with a snowy blanket of festive cheer. Happy Hallow-istmas! Or is it merry Christm-oween?
The best part of Second Life has always been your creations, so show us something great and share it with the grid. Don’t forget to take a look at what your neighbors are doing on the official Second Life Flickr page.