Baja Cove

Baja Cove is a refreshing Second Life Sim that offers a variety of beachside houses that can be rented out to players for recreation and relaxation. It is probably the prettiest sim that I’ve ever visited on Second Life, the land is perfectly sculpted the buildings are high quality and even the waves are scripted….

The Blarney Stone

The Blarney Stone is a peaceful Irish bar located on the Dublin Sim that provides players with a place to catch up, meet new people, listen to live music and performers and taste their beers on tap. Why I Chose It The location was suggested by my friend Nick as a place that he would often…

Alchemy Viewer

The Alchemy Viewer unlike other viewers focuses on Second Lifes visual aspects and rendering scale, and attempts to provide the player with a smoother overall experience compared to Viewers on the download marketplace. About the Developer There is no company behind the development of the alchemy viewer but instead a small team of Project Managers,…

The Firestorm Viewer

There are many 3rd party viewers in which a player can use to enhance their Second Life experience, from  Firestorm to Kokua, Singularity, Alchemy and UkanDO there is definitely no shortage of selection. However today I will be focusing on the renowned “Firestorm” viewer by comparing it to its predecessors on the free-download market. A…

The Minecraft Platform

Minecraft is a highly successful sandbox game developed by a Swedish game studio by the name of Mojang and founded by the highly acclaimed game developer Markus Persson A Little about the Creator & Studio Markus Persson began his love for programming on his father’s Commodore 128 computer around the age of 7, later developing his…

The Second Life Platform

Second Life is a Virtual Environment platform developed by Liden Lab and founded by the very successful entrepreneur Phillip Rosedale. A Little About the Creator & Studio In earlier years Phillip started off selling database systems, starting his own business at just the age of 17. Later using the accumulated proceeds, Phillip went on to fund a…