If you like post atomic landscape like that of Fallout 4, the popular post atomic video game of Bethesda which meanwhile saw its 1.2.37 release (with the launch of some patches, especially for the PC version, which correct bugs noticed immediately after the launch on November 10 and improve the stability and performances of the game), Second Life still has some surprises to offer, confirming to be a very versatile platform for those who love to develop graphical content.
Let’s go to visit Virtual Decay: you will be in a decaying urban environment, where the wreckage of cars and military vehicles (even a helicopter) rust melancholy, while shops and diners, now spectral, fill with dust. A set suitable for the setting picture of your avatar in a Mad Max style or, exactly, in Fallout 4 style, but also suitable for role-playing games themed post-atomic. What a pity that Second Life has not had as mass market successfully as was hoped at its debut, in 2006, because it shows to have still much to offer after over nine years of life (a record for any software).
But you press the teleport button below and visit the Virtual Decay sim: as you can already see from the pictures that we show you (without any processing other than those allowed by the graphical editor of SL), you will not regret it. If you wish to stay up to date not only about Second Life but on virtual worlds, virtual and augmented reality and technology in general, you just have to continue to follow Mondivirtuali.it, even through our account on Twitter and our fanpage on Facebook (but remember: Mondivirtuali is also on Flickr, on Pinterest, on Scoop.it, on Paper.li and also on Youtube).