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  1. Life on the mean streets of .......Stockholm?! It’s actually pretty good though.
  2. Retro styled games have been enjoying a big resurgence in the last few years. I remember playing King's Quest and Monkey Island with my dad when I was little. Good times and fond memories. I tend to still like games like that and leave Call of Dookie to my husband. One of my favorite games of all time is Life is Strange, its more of a modern face of point and click adventures, but the concept is the same.
  3. New layer, then paint or apply the texture over it. Then export the new overlay.
  4. Only if you can crossbreed them with inanimate objects: Crossbreed a talking dog and a clock and call it a watchdog.
  5. I think BoM is great! It got off to a shaky start, but once creators adopted it, it really took off. Some lingering problems persist, but its mainly due to the perception it had from the start which was "YOU CAN USE ALL YOUR OLD SKINS AND CLOTHES*!" There's an asterisk because they may not always work the way they did back when there were just system bodies. Old skins and clothes will work, but they may not necessarily look right. A lot has changed since the days of only system bodies, mainly mesh bodies and heads. The thing with mesh bodies and heads is, the UV for them may not mat
  6. As long as there’s a limit to how many people you can have on a sim, you’re never going to experience a truly crowded place in Second life. As long as you start to lag, or it takes forever to load a sim when there’s more than 15 people on a sim, you’re going to have people that aren’t willing to stick around. Its always been like this. When LL solves one of these two problems or both, you might start to see places with more people. As it is though, none of this is really new.
  7. This is surprisingly good! I’ll probably watch at least two episodes tonight.
  8. Yeah, I’m in the greet me camp. I don’t mind if it’s a script, because it can be hard to keep track of who’s coming and going if there a lot of people coming and going. Especially when they’re triggering all those gestures that everyone loves. If I don’t leave right away, I’m looking for someplace else to go. The DJ might save them, but I’m definitely making my way out.
  9. I don't really see the problem with sharing the object. You bought it, you can rez it where you want, if you're allowed. I've seen interior decorators do this in SL quite often. The problem I see with it is a little different: what happens when you want something moved or adjusted? Some people aren't on all the time or available to tp in and move the couch "ova there". Personally, I'd be a little annoyed if someone IM'd me a week from now with a "Hey, sorry to bother you! Could you swing by and move the 2000 pose bed you rezzed last week over a couple of feet? I just noticed it's not quite whe
  10. Any BeYou restaurant I've ever seen, the restaurant has a notecard giver where you send it to the owner or the waitress and set up a time where they come and serve you. I'm sure someone with scripting experience could help with making a script that gives out the food, but the problem I see with having some kind of machine is the food expires after a while. The only other thing I can think of is some beYou supermarkets sell prepackaged meals, so you might be able to package the meals up that way and sell them. Your best bet would probably be to ask in help wanted, because it sounds li
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