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Turtle Cove is a Tropical Theme sim... with lots to explore and enjoy... Come Dance and enjoy good conversation at our 360 Club...where the music is always on.. We have some of the best DJ's spinning in Second Life. Or Grab your surf board and see if you can catch the big wave... have a group of friends?... Well jump on our bumper boats..If you Dare... and see who is the last one to stay afloat.. We also offer spots for a little romance... Bring your Date for dinner at our Aussie Themed Pub...enjoy some great cuddle spots... or if you want to take it a little further.. check out our Romantic Stone Church thats available for weddings.. Come Dance... Come Surf... Come Play... Just Grab Your Friends and Come to Turtle Cove.. Look Forward to Meeting You! http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Cherry Ridge/49/96/23 Cheers, Kade, Starr & Bindi
Hey all! I've recently got into surfing on SL, and was curious if any of you Grid-Goer's, like myself, happened to see where this beauty went? Don't know if it's an in-world store, but any Google results lead to a dead page so. Any help is appreciated!
Hello everyone! Fairly new to scripting but I do have some experience and I am wanting to challenge myself with a bigger project. I am wanting to create a rideable surfboard that will interact of course float on typical SL water but then also be compatible with user created waves i.e. when you paddle onto the wave you stand up and can ride and then when you've left the wave you move back into the paddle position. There would be some keyed maneuvers, so like pressing "e/pgup" would perform a specific animation. Then other things like, arrows to turn, speed up, slow down, jump releasing the speed up key etc etc. I don't want someone to write this script for me so I am really just asking for a direction and things I might read/consider when scripting this. Where is my starting point and maybe some first steps. I'm eager to learn and would be willing to talk inworld too to someone. Thanks!