Archive for the ‘Second Life Games’ Category

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Second Life Guide

April 4, 2010

I recently came across an ad for a Second Life guide that offered to provide some decent advice on making some additional Linden Dollars. While I am usually not too big on the whole business aspects of Second Life, the idea of having a cash-making guide seemed enticing.

Given that the promised pay-off was quite significant (I chatted with the author over msn), I decided to give it a shot.

While the ad for the guide seemed a little outdated, I was pleasantly surprised to find some up to date advice in the guide. There’s a broad range of covered topics, aiming at providing Second Lifers of all orientations with opportunities. I figured that I might get bored with too many “business” aspects in the guide, but as it turns out it was actually written quite down to earth, focusing on the average person looking to get some extra income.

I am still busy working my way through the guide, but what I found so far seems to make the purchase worthwhile already. I can safely state that the guide book already saved me quite a few hours and I’m only half-way through. If you want to give it a shot, this is the guide.

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Combat Cards at Kat’s Spaceport

February 7, 2009



Postcard from Second Life.

Originally uploaded by Vivian Oblivion

Kat Burger hosted a fun event at 6pm today – and will be repeating it on Saturdays in the future. Offering cash prizes, the first tournament for new and seasoned players drew a small crowd, but is off to a very good start. Kat has Combat Cards arenas and her own excellent tournament boards set up at Spaceport, as well as many other games, and she offers gamers many hours of fun and good company.

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ZOMG Combat Cards in Real Life!

December 23, 2008

profilepic.jpgBy Osprey Therian
undead-xmas-party08 You are cordially invited to the Combat Cards Undead Christmas Party! Undead attire encouraged but not required. Prizes, fighting, and – best of all – we are rolling out Combat Cards 2.0 with a new free-and-modifiable series of arenas. AND real life cards!

Real life Combat Cards are now available and can be purchased at http://us.shop.combatcards.co.uk (US customers) and http://uk.shop.combatcards.co.uk (UK customers) You can also buy a set of real life Combat Cards in world for 3500L$ which will give you a 15US$ value gift certificate code to use at http://us.shop.combatcards.co.uk or http://uk.shop.combatcards.co.uk and a full set of Second Life Combat Cards. Currently real life Combat Cards can only be delivered to domestic US or UK addresses.

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Kloonigames

July 29, 2008

profilepic.jpgBy Osprey Therian
“Monthly Experimental Games” it says on the Kloonigames blog, and there are those – but this fellow is also the creator of Crayon Physics, an as-yet unreleased game where your drawings turn physical to address little puzzles.

Current little downloadable game: Jimmy’s Lost His Toilet Paper.

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Post your favorite game

May 30, 2008

Freebies are always something to look forward to in SL. SL freebies need not always come from within the world. Let us know your favorite SL game or business by leaving your comments here for a chance to get hold of 1 out of the 5 available Second Life Guides by Killer Guides.

Post your comments between 1 June 2008 to 15 June 2008. Five winners will be picked at random on 16 June 2008.

The Second Life Linden Dollars guide covers topics ranging from how to play and win events and games like Quintzee and Tringo to using third party software for crafting. Event ideas, business opportunities and free scripts are also included. The guide comprises of many ‘how tos’ as well as open ideas making it suitable for new and advance players.

Killer Guides have guides for many online games.Their guides are keep-up-to date with changes in the game and the updates made available to existing customers free of charge. The Second Life Guide is available at their online shop for $29.99.

Don’t forget to leave your email address in the comments so we can contact you.

Happy writing!!

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Tresure Hunt

May 16, 2008

Treasure hunting it is! If you ever get tired of fast-paced games on the grid, you could always slow down with Starfish Treasure Hunt. The latest event is going to be held on May 18, 2008. You could always regard it as checking in on your luck by seeing if you can snatch any freebies from the hunt if not as a game. Starfishes loaded with prizes, will be scattered all around and between islands. Go to http://secondlife.com/events/event.php?id=1480090&date=1211099400 for the event details.

And if you start having a soft spot for treasure hunting, there’s also the Scavenger Hunt. In 2007, the hunt was held for a community cause (http://www.themsfly.org/). The Second Life events portal, http://secondlife.com/events/, has most events covered. You can check up on the next Scavenger Hunt there. All in all, you could have fun, win some prize and even contribute to the health community.

Try it out and go get em’ starfishes!

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Adult Themed Game For Clubs

April 11, 2008

PRESS RELEASE

Mob Mentality, a new adult themed game designed to be placed in Second Life Clubs and Strip Clubs, is now available! The game offers fun and sexy game play designed to enhance a club goers experience and create a more social environment as players interact while playing.

Zaplok Riggles, the games developer, had this to say: “I designed the game from the ground up to work well in an adult club environment. The questions are sexy and sure to get people talking. The game uses a HUD so there is no annoying chat spam and means the game can be played anywhere in the club while dancing, chatting, etc. I work closely with my game owners keeping the game fresh with new questions and free updates. We also have an innovative pricing structure to allow any club to quickly begin earning money with the game with zero upfront costs.”

For more information on the game, visit the game’s web page: http://www.mobmentality.com/mobmentality You can also send an IM to Zaplok Riggles to setup an in-game demonstration.

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