Even Utherverse celebrates Halloween

Even Utherverse celebrates Halloween

Utherverse Happy HalloweenIt’s not only Second Life to prepare itself to celebrate Halloween: even Utherverse, the “adult” virtual world (tecnically a massively multi-player online game, or MMO) with over 22 million registered players last June for Kzero created in 2003 by Brian Shuster, already known in Nineties as the “pop-up prince” (having invented banners an pop-up advs through which to monetize websites), announced the opening of 2014 Halloween Festival, which includes, inter alia, the “Halloween Maze runs” October 27-31 with gifts for all and an Halloween Costume Bash October 31 from 10 am to 6 pm.

Utherverse logoBut there’s more: at Red Light Center 2.0, one of the over 100 thousand “commercial worlds” that populate Utherverse together with a million “private worlds” as stated by the same Shuster (according to whom before the Summer Utherverse had over 50 million registered users, more than Second Life, still at 38 million registered users for Shuster, at 40 millions for Kzero), which is the advanced version of the first places launched in 2004 in Utherverse (which by the way has even its own fanpage on Facebook), virtual copy of the red light district of Amstedam, has recently held a virtual fashion show and other already announced it.

Note, however, that to participate in the events of Red Light Center 2.0 (Rlc2.0) scheduled for Halloween (but not only) you have to upgrade your basic account (free) to a “vip” account (pay), spending a minimum of 20 € per month. Money that probably will not get run over just to go to virtual costume bashes… Btw, if you want to know more about Utherverse and other virtual worlds you have just to follow site Mondivirtuali site, or our account on Twitter and our fanpage on Facebook (but remember: Mondivirtuali is also on Flickr, on Scoop.it and on Paper.li).

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