If you’ve enjoyed the design aesthetic and attention to detail found in dark RPG spots like InSilico and S.I.C., then you’ll probably also like The Next Day. This atmospheric, gloomy sim is a place to fully immerse and lose yourself in community combat and post-apocalyptic roleplay. Drop yourself into the middle of the region, which depicts the aftermath of a major disaster that occurs in the future. Darkness now prevails across the region, which is filled with hidden corners and secret spots to explore. Join a clan for combat or assume the role of a citizen, criminal, police officer or even a medical worker. The region includes a combat arena, dance club and, surprisingly, an art gallery.
There’s lots of creativity to be found in the design of The Next Day, so the Destination Guide editorial team took to the mean streets to track down builder Sana Dagger, who along with Sephiroth Juran and sweet Tantalus, created this inspiring location.
and in super star guest mr Cyber neko ^^
Après les Copybots, les copies chinoises débarquent…
HOC a sorti des bottes qui sont un plagia affreusement mal fait de mes Ultimates, certes avec quelques modifications et détails différents.
Au premier coup d’œil ca y ressemble beaucoup! mais en posant les 2 bottes l’une dans l’autre il n’y a pas photo…
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The Second Life viewers of open source coding whiz Kirsten Lee Cinquetti are a constantly desired commodity, renowned for their stability, UI fixes, and of course, early implementation of SL’s dynamic lighting system, which is still an unsupported feature in the official viewers. People hit this blog via Google searches for variations of her name and her viewers dozens of times a day, if not more.