Saturday, December 1, 2012

Saved From the Robot Unicorn by a Strange Creature

  The other day my daughter would not leave me alone until I played Robot Unicorn Attack with her (for her actually, she's only four.)  I enjoy the occasional little game of Robot Unicorn every couple of months but she WOULD NOT LEAVE ME ALONE.  I tried to get her to do not computer things but that's all she wanted to do.  So I remembered how much she liked the Beetlebones mesh hamster and thought that if maybe I logged in and let her play with my av in that she would be happy.  But as I logged in I discovered something new...this perfect little creature:
  This, my friends, is a Strangeling.  This full mesh avatar was created by Flying Monkey Interactive. These folks are great with cute.  But they are also great with magical themes (Magic of Oz sim and Ozimals breedables have a couple of the same folks involved with the project thought they are NOT the same company.)  So cute + magic + wonderful craftsmanship + good scripting = Strangelings.  I have the whole shebang pack of all the accessories here which is awesome because the child insisted on unicorn horn and Pegasus wings and pink and zebra and a cute little tail and and and get the point.
  The avatar is actually pretty cheap at only 495L for the basic pack that comes with the basic fox-like avatar that comes and a hud for full color customization, AO, anims., etc.  If you want to add on one component, say wings, you would pay 95L for that customization pack (which would come with several "spine" options, not just wings.)  For 2500L you get EVERYTHING.  The avatar, all the customization options for spine,  back legs, tails, crowns/horns/hair, and...get this...A PETITE RIDER.  WTF is a petite rider you might ask?  Well, basically, it means that if your buddy is wearing a petite avatar of some sort THEY CAN RIDE YOU. Not.Even.Kidding.  I wanted to take a picture with someone riding on me but when you take blog photos at 4am asking people randomly if they will ride you while you take photos sounds...not good. LOL.  So, another day for that adventure!!
  These avatars are available in Second Life and very soon you will be able to play a game outside of SL where you can breed creatures just like these!  Sign up using my invite link HERE for early information on the game, check out the Strangelings website HERE and get the avatars at the Magic of Oz sim HERE.



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