Forgotten City

20150901 Forgotten_006I love the variety of Second Life. Yesterday I explored Forgotten City, once again inspired by Inara Pey’s blog. Her blog is an unfailing source of great sims to visit and discover. Here’s the link to her post about Forgotten City: http://modemworld.me/2015/09/01/a-farewell-to-forgotten-city-in-second-life/.
At the end of Inara’s post is also a video that she made to keep the memories of Forgotten City, which is going to be closed some time in September. So hurry, if you want to see it. The city is very different to what I visit and discover usually. It’s huge in it’s dimensions, it’s empty like a ghost town, Inara used the term “mechanoid town” for it. Time stands still in Forgotten City since about 100 years? Forgotten City offers a lot to do. I personally saw the race track where you can speed with oldtimers.

Diomita at the race track in Fogotten City

Diomita at the race track in Forgotten City

You can take a ride with a Zeppelin and enjoy the views on the City. I did that alone and together with Jenny later yesterday. And we visited the factory shop. Wow! They offer games, toys, cars, buildings, Halloween costumes, silly stuff, planes, ballons and some of the stuff you can see being used in Forgotten City. I was excited about a historic mechanical horse race game as well as about the model railroad. The shop is really worth the visit and if is just as eye candy. I checked and it is also available via the Marketplace (search for Jenne Dibou), at least this stuff will stay available even when Forgotten City closes ist doors.

Over the roofs of Forgotten City

Over the roofs of Forgotten City

Forgotten City: The Zeppelin tour

Forgotten City: The Zeppelin tour

Diomita and Mistress Jenny chatting next to the factory store at Forgotten City

Diomita and Mistress Jenny chatting next to the factory store at Forgotten City

Here’s the LM to Forgotten City:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Forgotten%20City/207/73/103

Jenne Dibou and Mandy Marseille built this world. Thank you, I’m really impressed!

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. jennymaurer
    Sep 02, 2015 @ 19:57:50

    me too, There are a lot of wonderful places in SL and it is a pity that so many of them are empty. A lot of hard work must go into making such places to please go and visit.

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