Today was episode eleven of the regular Atlas Hopping feature, livestreamed by both Draxtor Despres and Strawberry Singh.
We were joined by none other than the famous and irrepressible Second Life landlady, Jo Yardley, who was on her brand-new, crowd-funded computer!
Today we visited three Sansar experiences:
- Maganda, by Jadyn Firehawk
- The Urban Art Experience, by Charmarley Nightfire
- The Diner, by C3rb3rus, the recent winner of the grand prize in Sansar’s Scariest Experience contest
Here are a few pictures of The Urban Art Experience, which I can highly recommend. I got to see a few new areas I hadn’t seen before!
Here’s Drax’s livestream of today’s adventues:
And here is Strawberry’s livestream:
We first visited this experience back in September, but C3rb3rus has updated it with a 1950’s-style drive-in movie theatre, and a little something extra:
I will also say, that The Diner is the first Sansar experience to give me a genuine fright (and no, I’m not going to tell you where!).
When you arrive at The Diner, by C3rb3rus, you materialize standing next to an empty highway in Roswell, New Mexico, in the desert, under a full moon and a starry sky. The only building you see is a small Fifties-style diner, so you head toward it.
As you enter, there is a television set in the corner, showing the 1958 sci-fi movie Fiend Without a Face. The diner is deserted.
C3rb3rus is to be commended for creating a sense of unease through his use of sounds!