Second Life London – Hyde Park Waterslide!
Have you seen the latest addition to Hyde Park?
For the summer London have brought the fun of the Waterpark to you. Hyde Park has a huge Waterslide, landing onto the beach area below. Do you dare try it?
Some people did try it and said it was incredible – just like the real thing. The Waterslide works on the physics engine in Second Life, so when you ride it you’ll really carried to the ground by gravity – that means ‘fast’.
Waterparks are Fun
Water parks are a great fun thing to do with your friends and family. They’re fun when you’re just on your own too. So come along and have a time of it at the water slide. Remember that you can even keep your clothes on, because this is Second Life and you won’t get wet – unless you get a friend to come round and throw a bucket of water on you to add to the realism.
The shape of the slide in Hyde Park is a corkscrew slide, with a height of over 50 metres, through screw shaped curves until yo plunge into the water below. It’s a novel and exciting way to enter the water and promise loads of poolside fun for you, your family and your friends.
Take a look at this exotic slide with enhanced water flow to help with faster and more exciting sliding. It feels ‘real’ and is a cool way to show off and have fun. Hang out around the slide and meet new people, even swim in the plunge pool and wait for the next daredevil who dares tackle this ride. You never know, I may even be brave enough to try it this summer – if it gets too hot!