Friday, February 13, 2015

Great Second Life Destinations: Madpea's BURIED Game - Set On Scandinavian Islands Populated With Shimmering Birch Trees



Madpea Productions has a popular new grid-wide game to play called BURIED, the requirement being a HUD that you can purchase at the landing area for $300 Linden.

Their web site explains Buried as follows:

BURIED is a mystery game that will take the player into the world of geocaching to solve the mystery of the disappearance of a writer, Lily Morano. With twists and turns a plenty this isn't just a hunt it’s a full on adventure with the player at the center of attention.





BURIED can be played now through the end of March 2015.

To start the BURIED game, purchase the HUD at this location:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Glimpse%20of%20Eternity/186/194/22




Links to more information:

To see how to play BURIED check out the Madpea Web Site:
http://madpea.blogspot.com/2015/02/buried-how-to-play.html

To see the prizes that can be won playing the game.
http://madpea.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-prizes.html

The Zoha Islands Web Site gives a very good write-up and information on how to play the game successfully:
http://blog.zoha-islands.com/buried-madpeas-newest-adventure/




You can also just visit the BURIED set to take gorgeous photographs. The scenery reminds me very much of the Scandinavian coast in late summer,with grey skies heralding colder times to come. The archipelago of Islands shimmers with Birch trees against gorgeous Silver Skies.




The location is also very romantic, with cozy cottages and campsites for you and that special someone to enjoy for Valentine's Day. In fact, the chilly late summer landscape and many warm fires  on the islands make this a lover's paradise, and highly recommended for a visit.




BURIED is currently a Second Life Destination Guide Editors' Pick. Only a handful of destinations are selected for the designation each month. You can see the others here:
http://secondlife.com/destinations/editor




The photographs below use All Photography was taken with Windlight Sky Setting (SS) Atmospheric 15:00 Cloudy 2 which is included in the Firestorm viewer as an option.  The other images above use the grey sky setting programmed at the region.













No comments:

Post a Comment

Please Note- We never publish negative comments, or publish inappropriate information, about any Second Life or other Virtual World Resident. Thank you for keeping things positive! Ryce & Eddi