I love a bit of Yorkie Lad and have been a little bit of a fan girl for a while now of his.
I’m his pest in IM now and then and said I would visit his experience.
The big but was I had issues with Sansar and wasn’t allowed to leave home for a number of weeks. I think the Sansarians wont admit it but I was grounded on account I clearly didn’t eat my greens! Kidding. Damn technology often does a little flick around and then rights itself and now I am full on back in Sansar which I am pleased about.
How many hours in the day I have? Good questions. I seem to find them anyhow.
Come along and visit Yorkies little experience or should I say bigger than little experience.
The guy is awesome at making homes in Sims and even more so in Sansar.
I mean seriously over 2 years and I still haven’t finished Namaste. Yorkie, well architect of the virtual worlds he is.
If you don’t know who he is. My god you are missing a treat. He does the best Sims videos and his Sims Love Island Series is so excellent.
And to boot a truly down to earth decent lovely guy. A YouTuber who has great interaction but most of all is decent to everyone. Seems to be a rarity now days.
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.