Easter Egg Hunt on today – win Lindens!
Each day running up to Easter, you can win $50 Lindens for just clicking on Easter Eggs.
This month is in preparation for the Grand Finale Hunt on Easter Day – where you can win a massive swag bag of prizes.
The top 3 players who score the most points will all win a fabulous bag of prizes – so get out there smashing eggs in London!
Get ready for the grand finale on – Easter Day – 16th April, – you can win a MASSIVE Swag Bag of Prizes – includes FREE month in a London Home. Make London your home for a whole month FREE – enjoy more FREE goodies that come with it in the Swag bag! It’s a prize worth fighting for – so get your trigger fingers ready to start clicking because you have to be in it to win it!
Easter Egg Hunt 2017 – London Hunt Instructions
Come and play our Easter hunt game here at Hyde Park in the original and best London in Second Life.
The game is simple to play because every time you click an Egg – you will be awarded a point. The Easter Bunny has dropped his eggs in plain sight all over Hyde Park, and you will mostly find them on the ground by your feet. Collected eggs will re-appear ten minutes later and may be clicked again for another point.
The game will be reset every day or so and the person at the top of the leader board will be paid L$50 for winning that round. A new round will begin immediately after each leaderboard reset.
These daily rounds can be considered practice rounds to get to know where all the eggs are to plan a route around Hyde Park. At Easter weekend the round will be played for a grand prize consisting of a big bag of gifts. 🙂
Please Note that there are no eggs in any of the homes.
Easter Egg Hunt Winners
This week’s winners so far:
Because the game ran for 2 days, we picked out both top winners.
Statistics About The Game
6th April Game
run time: 47h 15m
Egg items found: 6183 (plus 3592 bonus points)
Special egg items found: 4
Total egg items: 111
Top 10 hunters
Top Winner: 2270 – Sugar (sweetsugarstar1)
Second Winner: 2065 – Daenerys (Johannous)
Third Winner: 817 – Plotzi
Fourth Winner: 577 – SweetasHoney (kc84XX)
Fifth Winner: 483 – IrishMan986
Sixth Winner: 437 – Princess Claire (ClaireDeAir)
Seventh Winner: 300 – Beautiful Tracy (BrokenHeartAngelica)
Eighth Winner: 252 – Kat (Katherine70130)
Ninth Winner: 229 – 420 ѕριяιтωєανєя (420 SpiritWeaver)
Tenth Winner: 215 – Sami Wildcat
7th April Game
Game run time: 27h 25m
Last egg item found: 4m 27s ago
Egg items found: 2286 (plus 1405 bonus points)
Special egg items found: 0
Total egg items: 91 (0 visible)
Top 10 hunters
Top Winner: 1109 – Sugar (sweetsugarstar1)
Second Winner: 393 – Amadeus (MrXJamie)
Third Winner: 388 – Axy Naxa The Fox Esq. Ph.D (Axanadudamighty)
Fourth Winner: 237 – IrishMan986
Fifth Winner: 208 – Patty3Tears
Sixth Winner: 180 – ღƬαηуαღ (Lakeshiax) (Still nearby)
Seventh Winner: 137 – Lapiz Lazuli
Eighth Winner: 121 – Lionel (Lionel Novelli)
Ninth Winner: 107 – mediavatar
Tenth Winner: 102 – 420 ѕριяιтωєανєя (420 SpiritWeaver)
Well done to all who took part and especially to the winners.
8th-9th April Weekend Game (top 2 are winners)
Game run time: 41h 16m
Last egg item found: 0m 5s ago
Egg items found: 3752 (plus 1972 bonus points)
Special egg items found: 0
Total egg items: 90 (0 visible)
Free memory: 9802
Top 10 hunters
Top Winner: 1396 – AJ (AdgeCutler)
Second Winner: 1370 – Sugar (sweetsugarstar1)
Third Winner: 426 – Ave Avril
Fourth Winner: 359 – АиժяєА (AndreaDestiny) (Still nearby)
Fifth Winner: 223 – Scruffin
Sixth Winner: 212 – TragerMaximoff
Seventh Winner: 183 – Trupain
Eighth Winner: 157 – Litella
Nineth Winner: 146 – mileficent
Tenth Winner: 138 – Lusty Madonna
Well done AJ and Sugar!
Prizes include a free month in a London Home. Make London your home for a whole month FREE and enjoy the other FREE goodies that come along with it. A prize worth fighting for – you have to be in it to win it!
50 Shades of YAY Throughout March
March is traditionally a month of madness and mayhem. This march London decided to put of an extravaganza of awesomeness instead. So kick out the Mad March Hare and bring in 50 Shades of YAY!!
Leather & Lace
First off is the Leather and Lace celebration. How sexy can you get in leather and lace without overdoing it? One for guys and girls, how low do you go before it stops being erotic? Seductive, subtle, alluring, enticing, liberating, constraining – what are you? Leather and lace gives you a chance to show off your deeper side.
In the immortal words of Stevie Nicks
“Give to me your leather
Take from me my lace
But take from me my lace
Take from me my lace”
Clover Leaf Hunt
March is never complete without a tribute to St Patrick’s Day. To mark this occasion, London is hosting a week long Clover Leaf Hunt. So get lucky and find the 4 leaf clover!
It is said Saint Patrick used the three leaved Shamrock to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity, (the Father, Son and Holy Spirit), to the pagan Irish during the 5th Century. Tradition wearing of the Shamrock on Saint Patrick’s Day is traced back to the early 1700’s. So why does a ‘lucky’ clover have 4 leaves begorrah?
Saints & Sinners
To follow on from Saint Patrick, it’s just polite to have a Saints and Sinners event. Come in costume and celebrate the shades of eroticism that are enjoyed within the restraints of saints and sinners. Listen to heavenly sounds as well as the deep base beats from the darkest deepest dungeons.
Woodstock in London
London enjoyed a whole month of ‘Music through the Ages’. Woodstock was one of the main events of the month, with musicians and DJs playing Woodstock hits for everyone. This epic tribute was in honor of the event that captured the feel of the ’60s’. London honored this with an event that was every bit as ‘Woodstock’ as the original. Hyde Park was the London in Second Life venue for this event.
Woodstock was the brainchild of four men. Micheal Lang, Artie Kornfeld, Joel Rosenman, and John Roberts. Land had already organized and promoted the largest musical event thus far on the east coast, ‘The Miami Pop Festival’. The four men had originally envisioned a small recording studio in Woodstock, New York, but the idea evolved into the large outdoor music festival it became. Known as Woodstock, the festival actually took place 43 miles away in the township of Bethel, N.Y. Exact geography placed the site at at Max Yasgur’s dairy farm, a 600 acre piece of land just outside Bethel.
The festival took place on the weekend of August 15, through August 18, 1969. During the off-on rainy weekend, 32 acts performed live in front of a staggering, 500,000 people. It was also the subject of the documentary movie, “Woodstock” released in 1970. Rolling Stone magazine listed the event as one of the ’50 Moments that Changed the History of Rock ‘n’ Roll’.
Bob Dylan never appeared at Woodstock and nor did Joni Mitchell, who wrote the song ‘Woodstock’ to commemorate the event.
Creedence Clearwater Revival was a front liner and acts like Joan Baez, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, Arlo Guthrie, and Janis Joplin, followed. This line up ensured success and brought in the crowds.
Although this was a Hippy extravaganza, it was really a cynical commercial deal to make the organizers mega-bucks. Tickets sold for $18, (about $200 in 2017) and were $24 for all three days – for those who showed up at the event. A whopping 186,000 were sold beforehand and promoters estimated approximately 200,000 people showing up at the gate. Woodstock famously became ‘a free concert’ when that estimated numbers swelled to half a million! This sudden influx of people onto this small rural area wreaked havoc on the traffic system. Law Enforcement’s only choice had to greatly relax their traffic codes and let things naturally flow until it was back to a normal state.
The event was unbelievably peaceful and trouble free in spite of two accidental deaths – a heroin overdose and a freak accident, when a tractor ran over a festival goer sleeping in a nearby hay field. Strangely there were also two births at the event. One in a car stuck in traffic and the other at a hospital after the delivering mother was airlifted from the festival grounds.
Woodstock was crazy and captured the spirit of the ’60s’. Max Yasgur, who owned the land, stated that “if we join them, we can turn those adversities that are the problems of America today into a hope for a brighter and more peaceful future…” I figure at the rate we’re going, we need a Woodstock every two years.
More Pics of Woodstock
Original Performing Artist Line Up
Friday, August 15
•Swami Satchidananda – gave the invocation for the festival
Saturday, August 16
•Quill, forty-minute set of four songs
•Country Joe McDonald
•Keef Hartley Band
•The Incredible String Band
•Creedence Clearwater Revival
•Janis Joplin with The Kozmic Blues Band
•Sly & the Family Stone
•The Who (with a 25-song set including Tommy)
Sunday, August 17 to Monday, August 18
•The Grease Band
•Country Joe and the Fish
•Ten Years After
•Blood, Sweat & Tears
•Johnny Winter featuring his brother, Edgar Winter
•Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
•Paul Butterfield Blues Band