This week’s Destination Guide highlights include a massive grid-wide game and several new spots you’ll want to snap and share with friends.
Save the grid from impending doom and win fabulous prizes in the new grid-wide game Tyrah and the Curse of the Magical Glytches. This ambitious adventure extends to multiple parcels across all of Second Life and many land owners can even get in on the action. It’s unlike anything ever seen before in SL.
Are you a photo buff? This week's Destination Guide highlights include new photogenic spots including a remote Russian weather station and a historic spot that takes you back in time to 18th century France . There's also a new exhibit that brings together seven acclaimed photographers -- each of whom explores their visual interpretation of one of the seven virtues.
There’s plenty to more to explore, too. Here are some highlights and new events to check out this week:
Tyrah and the Curse of the Magical Glytches
Save the grid from impending doom and win fabulous prizes. Capture Glytches, avoid Glytch spells, upgrade your weapons, play bonus levels, and avoid the treacherous perils to complete your Glytch collection!Visit in Second Life
Khodovarikha (in Russian: Ходовариха) is a weather station located on the freezing Barents Sea. Remote and desolate, with a permanent population of just one man, Slava. Witness his 'arctic limbo' in one of the loneliest places on earth.Visit in Second Life
From the artist's description: "Eternal and sacred tree of life in space mythology."Visit in Second Life
Seven photographers were invited to create a photo, each of them representing one of the seven virtues. The title of the exhibition was inspired by the homonymous song from the anime “Elfen Lied.” More info at daphnearts.com/liliumVisit in Second Life
The White Cliffs of Dover
A story of a place. A rich history. A memory of sorrow and hope. A conversation with yourself. The Cliffs and Town of Dover by Tahiti Rae takes place in a rich, immersive, and stunning setting with occasional time slips to the 1940s. Learn more at ecalpemas.wixsite.com/dover.Visit in Second Life
18th Century France in Time Portal
Step through the Time Portal into a mysterious laboratory and visit a chateau just outside of Paris sometime in the 18th century. It appears that nobody is home. Have the servants not made the house ready yet or has the wealthy family just left? Are they maybe on the run for the revolution? Where are the servants, anyway? Who knows! But take this opportunity and have a good look around.Visit in Second Life
All Hallows at Moochie
Among the treacherous trees, the moldering mist, the rattling ruins and the wretched wailing winds, there are creepy corners and secluded shadows waiting for those who dare to venture into the darkness. Sable black, sable black, windy and weird, All Hallows at Moochie is a place to be feared.Visit in Second Life
Autumn in the Land of Rainbows
Autumn has come to the Land of Rainbows. This amazingly scenic sim shows all the colorful splendor of the fall season in Second Life. You start at the visitor center where you can learn about wildlife. Catch a Ranger tour or explore all the special features alone. Take a free umbrella, you will need it! The Farmers Market makes a return, new this year is the apple cider brewery. Come enjoy the fall!Visit in Second Life
The Pumpkin Patch at Fancy Decor
The third annual Pumpkin Patch at Fancy Decor offers a fun and cozy shopping experience. Take photos, or peruse the many shapes, sizes, and colors of pumpkins, hay, and other fall-themed goods!Visit in Second Life
Tennessee Whiskey Country Club
Tennessee Whiskey Country Club features classic, current and cutting-edge country music. The building is an old whiskey distillery located somewhere in the hills of Tennessee. There is a concert area where some of country music's greatest artists perform. Be sure to check out the bonfire area where everyone gathers on Saturday night. The venue is very comfortable, just like an old worn out pair of jeans and dusty old boots.Visit in Second Life
As always, don’t forget to share your Second Life pictures with our official Second Life Flickr — where we select our Pic of the Day features. Have you updated your Place Page yet? In addition to the Destination Guide, Place Pages are a way for creators to share their unique destinations in Second Life — including 360-degree photos! Our featured Place Page this week is Biker Parties Bar and Railroad Station.
If you have a place of your own that you want to share with the rest of us, make sure to drop us a note at email@example.com or submit your spot via web form.
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