The Pulse games have become enormously popular in Second Life, and for good reason.
They are quirky.
They are challenging.
And they are lots of fun!
This year’s game is System Failure, and it’s no exception. As usual, everything starts out normal enough.. but goes downhill in a bad way very, very quickly.
Go with friends, but don’t be afraid to leave them behind when the going gets rough, after all, we all need to make sacrifices from time to time.
Your interview begins here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Pulse/206/105/30
Yes there are prizes.
My inventory jumped by over 600 items over the course of the game.
Yes it’s gory.
It ends 17 November.
I’ve learned to wait until the fervor dies down before I jump into a Pulse game.
Lag is minimal at this time.
Yes, it’s frustrating at times.
Yes, you will have fun!
I want to come back as a mermaid.
To Moving Islands, I mean.
There’s a lot happening at water level, and most (all perhaps?) is interactive. But head below the water, not that you’ll have much of a choice.. the damned life saving devices don’t do as you would expect them to do. Nothing here does really.
- Visit Moving Islands: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA20/26/18/46
- More photos here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bh8uoauhzoxjb06/onC98opRrW
I keep up with the search terms that bring people to this blog, and it seems a lot of you have been looking for HorrorFest lately, and for good reason!
Horrorfest is a fortnight long horror themed event to be held the last two weeks in October showcasing all that is on the darkside of SL. It features all sorts of good stuff, a hunt, burlesque dancers, DJ events, and more! 100% of the proceeds from the sale of exclusive items created solely for Horrorfest will benefit The Epilepsy Therapy Project.
You can track the donation levels in real time by clicking here.
For more information about HorrorFest, please visit the HorrorFest blog: http://horrorfest.thedarkcollective.com/