When they walk the Mile, it’s the walk to the inevitable.
There is no choice and once that path is set it’s towards the end.
Whatever reasons many have walked that path, the outcome is often very questionable given it’s the finality.
There have been many who have faced that finality that should not have. Innocent but found guilty.
The subject of the death penalty certainly is one that has many different reactions. There is no real wrong or right. But certainly when man takes the decision to kill another for justice, is he always right?
Sergio Delacruz has replicated this in Sansar. All I can say is wow!!!
It’s an amazing build and you certainly should check it out and you will understand the feeling you get.
It’s almost midnight when your car breaks down in an isolated area.
Your phone has no signal and the only place you can see to look for help, is a small house on the hill with its lights on.
It looks safe and tranquil, but what is it really hiding?
Now if you have every followed my Sansar Travels I totally raved about Sergio Delacruz and his amazing experience Orphanage of Angels.
Sergio is amazing at creating immersive environments that even as a desktop user you can find yourself totally drawn in.
Susan’s Diary is a recreation of a similar experience Sergio did in Second Life. BUT the big BUT.
This is totally amazing. Out of this world.
Come with me and I will give you some snippets, only snippets mind you, because I don’t want to spoil the fun.
The experience will keep you gripped and trying to work out the clues, but that is the fun of this whole experience.
I couldn’t go to bed without sharing this video with you. Exciting times for Sansar and even though I know not a Scooby about ESports, even I am excited. Below are two links, one to Linden labs press release and the other to Fnatic so you know what this all relates to.
Im going to do some exploring this weekend to find out more. How could I not know of this!!!