Second Life
Second Life
6.4.23.564172
3.7
0.0
Second Life free download for Mac

Second Life for Mac6.4.23.564172

14 October 2021

Expansive online society, lived in and built by its participants.

What is Second Life for Mac

Second Life is a 3D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively, and today is inhabited by a total of 5,145,919 people from around the globe.

From the moment you enter the World you'll discover a vast digital continent, teeming with people, entertainment, experiences, and opportunity. Once you've explored a bit, perhaps you'll find a perfect parcel of land to build your house or business. You'll also be surrounded by the creations of your fellow residents. Because residents retain the rights to their digital creations, they can buy, sell, and trade with other residents.

The Marketplace currently supports millions of US dollars in monthly transactions. This commerce is handled with the in-world unit-of-trade, the Linden dollar, which can be converted to US dollars at several thriving online Linden Dollar exchanges.

Your first Basic account is FREE, and includes access to events, shopping, building, scripting - everything you can do in Second Life. After your first free Basic Account, each Additional Basic Account (known in-world as an "alt" account) costs a one-time fee of $9.95. A Premium Second Life account, starting at $9.95 a month, allows you to own land on which you can build, display, entertain, and live.

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Version 6.4.23.564172:
Resolved Issues:
  • Pages with undefined html render with gray background instead of white in CEF v91.
  • PDF files do not load in CEF v91.
  • Update version of CEF used in the Viewer to 91.0.4472.114.
  • Update version of CEF used in the Viewer to 91.0.4472.101.
  • Disable Flash support in the embedded browser.
  • Media on a Prim should not show JS popups.
  • New Dullahan versions have issues with the Youtube Embedded Player API.
  • [CEF] mixer.com streams will not play.
  • The Viewer doesn't support the Twitch.tv videos.
  • The Viewer functionality is broken with an in-viewer enabled proxy.
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70024480
70024480
Jul 14 2021
6.4.19.560171
1.0
Jul 14 2021
1.0
Version: 6.4.19.560171
..... i can't play on ipad but computer i do't no it no workg
rpbizzle
rpbizzle
Feb 14 2021
6.4.12.555248
1.0
Feb 14 2021
1.0
Version: 6.4.12.555248
Linden Lab is Aiding and Abetting Criminal Activity: Millions of real life dollars are siphoned from the Second Life music community yearly....without any royalties paid to rightful copyright owners for use of their material...nor are there any real life taxes imposed....all the while....Linden Lab profits from transfer fees for out-going/laundered money.....and music venues wish to act like hotshots while they harbor entertainers who think they are above the law and avoid paying federal taxes on millions of virtual world (Second Life) income. Some people believe real life regulations stop at the log in screen entering Second Life When you speak out against corruption in Second Life....they attempt to flip it around...make you out to be the bad guy...YOU are the criminal.......your name entered into ban list all around the grid. Second Life has become an evil empire full of corruption, greed and trolls....There are much better things to do than to consolidate yourself with a bunch of a--holes. Department of the Treasury - Internal Revenue https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f3949a.pdf Youtube: https://youtu.be/UIIEnmt5ZAM Robert69 Little - Winner of AVI Choice Award (May 2016) https://youtu.be/LFd0Kl_MvzE A lot of real life money revolves around virtual world music venues....hiring of entertainers ($20.00 per hour...sometimes a lot more than that.....plus tips.........some earning up to and well over $400.00 per week in real life income)....dance animations, guitars, pianos, drum sets....etc....venues furniture....blah, blah, blah. It cost money to buy virtual world lindens (money) and then it cost again to transfer lindens (money) back out into the real world. Linden Lab does NOT publicize "live music" events in Second Life by way of videos. I would assume this is a way to keep their money laundering operation under wraps. https://secondlife.com/my/community/events/?lang=en-US BBB- Linden Lab Reviews: https://www.bbb.org/us/ca/san-francisco/profile/online-gaming/linden-lab-1116-57373/customer-reviews Tweets to Phillip Rosedale and Ebbe Altbert of Second Life https://youtu.be/rq9uUKrXFz0 I don't believe I've ever run across a bigger loud mouth, egoistic con-artist in all my life.....truly sickening.....: Seth Regan aka "Mankind Tracer" http://www.slenquirer.com/2021/01/spotlight-on-seth-regan-aka-mankind.html#comment-form Linden Lab is Aiding and Abetting Criminal Activity - Part 2 https://youtu.be/dQIfAcfKl7A Linden Lab - What Part Of Corruption Is Not Visible https://youtu.be/W3YPaRLa2oQ Scams are endless in Second Life...: were there is money.....people will do just about anything to get their hands on it. Linden Lab - What Part Of Corruption Is Not Visible - Part 2 https://youtu.be/34bzgpxuEDU Linden Lab - What Part Of Corruption Is Not Visible - Part 4 https://youtu.be/uCCoR9j0Xuk They can't even host for "Feed A Smile" with any sort of integrity. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/website-reviews/second-life/user-reviews/adult?gate=1 Second Life appeals to a lot of hedonistic people with little or no respect for the human race or individual. https://twitter.com/philiprosedale/status/1356363492136087554?s=20 Linden Lab - What Part Of Corruption Is Not Visible - Part 10 https://youtu.be/WgGAJXBzKxg It's all fun and games in the Second Life music community as long as entertainers can launder 1000's upon 1000's of real life dollars and venues can also panhandle guest who attend these virtual world shows. Why should Linden Lab complain....they're making a profit off money transfer fees.
Libertyforall1776
Libertyforall1776
Apr 26 2015
3.7.27.300636
0.0
Apr 26 2015
0.0
Version: 3.7.27.300636
Reminds me of V-World on the Caprica TV series (60 years prior to Battlestar Galactica)! Although it is not half as good. :P
SickTeddyBear
SickTeddyBear
Apr 23 2014
3.7.6.289164
0.0
Apr 23 2014
0.0
Version: 3.7.6.289164
From the Chronicle of Higher Education: https://chroniclevitae.com/news/456-what-ever-happened-to-second-life
Macinman
Macinman
Mar 11 2014
3.7.3.287491
0.0
Mar 11 2014
0.0
Version: 3.7.3.287491
I just wanted to leave a comment and say I enjoy messing around with Secondlife at times i really don't use it on a regular basis, but it's fun to explore. I wanted to also say how impressed i am to say my retina macbook pro late 2013 13" does really well on the graphics with the iris graphics. So far no slow downs and great detail. it only starts to really show a noticeable slow down on ultra but it's not huge so i put it back down on high. it also depends on the environment it seems as to how graphics are effected. I'm not much of a gamer though, i work with video and other forms of media for the most part. I've tried second life on my 2005 eMac back in 2005 the radeon 9600 card wasn't too bad but it was certainly slower. my white macbook wasn't the best when i tried it as the intel graphics back then weren't a gaming card, now i have it on this retina MBP and i think this has been the best i've seen it. I also noticed the fan is well controlled too it runs when it has to then slows down to silent again.
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
Feb 25 2014
3.7.2.286707
5.0
Feb 25 2014
5.0
Version: 3.7.2.286707
This is Real FUN!!!!
Erik-Carlson
Erik-Carlson
Jan 29 2014
3.6.13.284995
5.0
Jan 29 2014
5.0
Version: 3.6.13.284995
Fun stuff
Sanjinko
Sanjinko
Aug 31 2012
3.3.1.254524
0.0
Aug 31 2012
0.0
Version: 3.3.1.254524
Version 3.3.4.262321 was released on July 25, 2012 Available also are beta and development versions.
SickTeddyBear
SickTeddyBear
Jan 12 2012
3.2.5.247236
0.0
Jan 12 2012
0.0
Version: 3.2.5.247236
Users of Second Life may want check out the documentary called "Life 2.0", which will be released on DVD January 17th: http://life2movie.com
Heymini
Heymini
Jun 23 2011
2.7.2.233432
3.5
Jun 23 2011
3.5
Version: 2.7.2.233432
Dont think of this as a 'Game' think of it more as a chat room with user defined graphics. There are some reasonably well defined locations to explore such are the Eiffel tower but the graphics hardly zip along as everything is stored on the S/L servers even your own clothing, possibly why the developers call it a 'viewer' In busy regions the lag can become horrendous and if the region has 50 occupants im sorry it just wont let you in. If you have the time and patience its ok for a laugh but do expect some lag and random crashes.
Penguirl
Penguirl
Apr 27 2011
2.6.3.227447
0.0
Apr 27 2011
0.0
Version: 2.6.3.227447
Interesting that Linden Labs dropped PPC support but still supparts Panther 10.3.9. Huh? Also, why is it that Blizzard can write a game (Warcraft) that runs smoothly on OS X but Linden Labs' effort with Second Life is barely functional. I'm glad I never got hooked on SL.
Mac007
Mac007
Apr 26 2011
2.6.3.227447
0.0
Apr 26 2011
0.0
Version: 2.6.3.227447
Wow, can't believe this is still being developed. I hardly use it any more and when I do it's as vacant as a ghost town when I visit. I guess everybody's gone to Facebook.
Pseudofire
Pseudofire
Nov 8 2008
1.21.6.99587
0.0
Nov 8 2008
0.0
Version: 1.21.6.99587
HAHA! I found it. it's http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/MacBook_Pro_2007_Graphics_Freeze_Workaround I tried it, it works great! Hope this helps yall out.
Pseudofire
Pseudofire
Nov 8 2008
1.21.6.99587
0.0
Nov 8 2008
0.0
Version: 1.21.6.99587
Heyall, There is a rather strange "fix" to this game. The windows client does run better, and if you run a boot camp partition to windows, the game plays flawlessly. A friend of mine in the game, showed me a website that, and I'm sorry to say, I can't find, but I will post when I get ahold of my friend. But it tells of a trick, where instead of running the Geforce driver, there's a program that will let you run SL using a Radion Driver. And for some reason doing that makes the game run smooth and flawless. No he didn't switch to radion on his mac, it still has the Geforce 8600 GT, but if you use the radeon drive, don't ask me why, but it works. I'll Send the URL as soon as I can find it.
Seanthorn
Seanthorn
Oct 7 2008
1.20.17.98669
0.0
Oct 7 2008
0.0
Version: 1.20.17.98669
As of yesterday I'm off SL. It forced me to update to this version. After I updated, I double clicked on the application and it does nothing. :(
Nemesys
Nemesys
Jul 24 2008
1.20.15.92456
1.0
Jul 24 2008
1.0
Version: 1.20.15.92456
I've been using Second Life for almost 2 years now, initially on a PowerBook G4 and for over a year now on a MacBook Pro. This application has been the most demanding that I have ever used on my MacBook Pro. I have played Need For Speed Carbon, Age of Empires III, Warcraft III and nothing comes even close to bring my MacBook Pro on his knees like Second Life does. When logging in, I get around 15-20 fps. After 10-15 minutes, my frame rate goes down to about 1.5-2 fps. Yes, you read it right, 1.5 to 2 frames per second. Changing the graphic settings don't have *any* impact. There has been a known issue that has been lingering for over a year now with the NVidia 8600M GT video card in MacBook Pro's. So, if you have one of those, you might reconsider opening an account and putting money into Second Life as you will be sorely disappointed. I have heard that newer MacBook Pros with a 256MB NVidia 8600M GT performs better but I have been unable to see it for myself. I have a MacBook Pro with 3GB RAM running the Intel Core Duo II at 2.4GHz and the NVidia 8600M GT with 256MB of video RAM, all under 10.5.4. The latest versions of Second Life have been consistently worst each time. I used to be able to manage my way around even though you would expect a top notch performance on a laptop costing more than $3000.
Dremwkr
Dremwkr
Nov 8 2007
1.18.4.3
2.0
Nov 8 2007
2.0
Version: 1.18.4.3
The world just did not run very well, with lots of lag, to the point it was almost a futile effect to go anywhere of your own choosing. I experienced lots of freezes and "beachball" time. The concept is a good one, but how it is implemented on the server farm is really poor, it is like it was never thought through for scalablity, which is inexcusable considerating its purpose. Even in areas in which I am the only person in sight, the play is halting and just plain frustrating. It is clear some sponsors spent a ton of money in their world creation to bad trying to interact with it is so maddening, it generates Information Superhiway road rage. I do suggest everyone try it. It is the perfect lesson in how to screw up a virtual world. I get the nagging feeling its problems are built in and part and parcial in the code as well as a poorly designed and run server system (software AND hardware). Also that it is overhyped and oversold. While it maybe true that 5 million charatures may have been created on it, it is my est. that the number that regularly and actively uses it is about less by a magnitude of 10. No matter how much lipstick its promoters put on this pig, its still swine.
Sixtyk
Sixtyk
Feb 8 2007
1.13.3.2
0.0
Feb 8 2007
0.0
Version: 1.13.3.2
You make a claim that it doesn't work and you are being reasonable. I make a claim that, in my experience with the program, it does work and I am being smug? Sure thing. Not everybody has to agree.
Guest
Guest
Jan 26 2007
1.12.1.13
0.0
Jan 26 2007
0.0
Version: 1.12.1.13
As of January 2007 the second life grid is a mess of crap due to poor hardware server infrastructure that causes freezing and other problems that cause thje software to fail. That's a hopeless failure to keep up with user demand and it's irritating LOTS of people.
Fvdg
Fvdg
Dec 26 2006
1.12.1.13
0.0
Dec 26 2006
0.0
Version: 1.12.1.13
Kernel Panics on Mac Pro Xeon 2.66 with standard NVIDIA card...
Funwithstuff
Funwithstuff
Nov 20 2006
1.12.1.13
0.0
Nov 20 2006
0.0
Version: 1.12.1.13
Just to be clear, you don't need a credit card and it's not a "trial". Second Life is free, unless you want money to spend in-world. Universal binaries run well on the latest Intel Macs, though it's still under development and there are a couple of crashing bugs. Worth a look.
Pimbo
Pimbo
Aug 14 2006
1.11.1.1
4.8
Aug 14 2006
4.8
Version: 1.11.1.1
Good game very nice graphics but, i sometimes have the problem that it crashes.
Cjvixen
Cjvixen
Jun 7 2006
1.10.1
0.0
Jun 7 2006
0.0
Version: 1.10.1
This game is definitely fun, there's lots of stuff to do in this virtual world and lots of people to meet. There are so many options of what you can do with your character that it's really quite amazing. I highly recommend this game if you like to play in virtual worlds!
Sixtyk
Sixtyk
Apr 25 2006
1.9.0.21
0.0
Apr 25 2006
0.0
Version: 1.9.0.21
There is a proposal in the voting items (I will try to find the link) to get a Mac-specific client written but at last check it had not received enough votes to be reviewed by Linden Labs for consideration. I have all of my available votes allocated in favor and again, I will try to find the link to post here. The Linux version is allready in development. Great.
Guest
Guest
Apr 4 2006
1.9.0.17
0.0
Apr 4 2006
0.0
Version: 1.9.0.17
This software is OpenGL aware, using altivec for texturing. It differs from the windows client in the way it implements 3d. It thus is dependent moreso on the video card than the windows client, and in effect runs very slowly by comparison. What is needed is a rewrite in cocoa native code rather than simply porting from Windows, which is what is currently the case. In any event IF you run this software on a windows machine you will find the software is very fast. Under the Mac it is VERY slow by comparison and on a Mac Mini or any Mac with other than a radeon 9600 or so in the video card it is PONDEROUSLY slow and it is NOT recommended you sing the praises of Second Life in current form as the lack of Mac specific programming as regards perfrmance is to thus NOT recommend it. There is simply NO excuse for its poor performance on a more superior graphics platform. Thus until a proper rewrite I cannot recommend Second Life. Try it on a Mac then try it on ANY supported windows computer and you will see the difference and thus realize the inattention Linden Labs has for its brief Mac support by porting the windows client and adding a few opengl calls and altivec texturing calls by retrofit. THAT is not acceptable. Reviling to see a developer be so arrogant as regards a program implementation. Mac support is an afterthought at Linden Labs, not a forethought.
2r
2r
Mar 20 2006
1.8.0.6
4.8
Mar 20 2006
4.8
Version: 1.8.0.6
Been playing this almost every day for half a year now, and it's as addictive as ever. It takes a few days to get the hang of things, but from there it's a blast, the possibilities and challenges never end. Totally awesome!
Zane-Edwards
Zane-Edwards
Dec 18 2005
1.8.0.6
4.0
Dec 18 2005
4.0
Version: 1.8.0.6
This is one of the best games. Very addictive.
Guest
Guest
Nov 14 2005
1.6.12
4.0
Nov 14 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.12
They're not unlike those sad individuals who say "your" when they mean "you're" but then who am I to whine over details?
Guest
Guest
Nov 14 2005
1.6.12
4.0
Nov 14 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.12
It could have been a disaster... They updated to 1.7 a couple weeks ago. It was supposed to introduce a host of new features and enhancements. Instead, sims were craching right and left. Textures were loading incredibly slowly. Animation was sluggish at best. People were frustrated to say the least. So Linden Labs went to work. There were program updates almost on a daily basis. Sims started to stabilize. Textures started loading faster. Animation got faster and smoother. Software is going to have problems. Period. To see a company go to such an effort to fix those problems in a timely manner is refreshing.
Guest
Guest
Sep 25 2005
1.6.12
4.0
Sep 25 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.12
Great game, instantly addictive. Does get jerky from time to time with lag and some minor issue but it's very playable on an iMac G5 and a PowerBook 12". The description is out of date - your first account on Second Life is now FREE. You do need to pay per month for a Premium account if you want to own land and have more money to spend, but exploration is great fun anyway. There are shops, houses, fun parks, clubs, pools, adventure islands and much more to find. Be whoever you want to be, make things, meet your friends, have a ball. Plus, you can fly. The virtual world (Metaverse) which sci-fi (Snow Crash) promised so long ago is here.
Guest
Guest
Sep 4 2005
1.6.12
4.8
Sep 4 2005
4.8
Version: 1.6.12
I think this is an extraordinary game; it is unique, immersive, and endlessly fascinating. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination (and available play time...). People are friendly and often uninhibited (this game has a lot of areas labeled "mature"; you should take this classification seriously if such things upset you), and this allows people to anonymously express themselves in a way that real life doesn't allow. I think this is one of the games most unusual and compelling features! The graphics are amazing, but do require a lot of horsepower; even my Dual 2.5 GHz GG with 2.0 GB RAM and 256MB Radeon 9800XT gets bogged down from time to time. The sheer variety of building styles and textures, clothing and "skin" options, and other amazing (usually user-created) objects make this world unlike any other.
Guest
Guest
Aug 31 2005
1.6.12
4.0
Aug 31 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.12
By far the best game I have ever played. Warning: it is addictive huge world that seems to be endless. So far I have built a great mediterranean house on a beachfront island, had parties, gone to clubs, done adult things, its a blast.
Guest
Guest
Aug 31 2005
1.6.11
4.0
Aug 31 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.11
First of all, there is an update to 1.6.12 now available at secondlife.com. Now, I am not normally a big fan of tech support but yesterday was a good experience. I opened Second Life yesterday to learn that an update was available and that I would need the current version to connect. It offered to update for me but returned an error. So I went to the website to download it myself. The Mac link returned a 404-Not Found error. I called their tech support number and let them know. The link was fixed in under 5 minutes. I'm impressed.
Guest
Guest
Aug 29 2005
1.6.11
4.0
Aug 29 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.11
I'm coming to the end of my 1-week trial. So far, I have met some very interesting people. I have visited lots of different places, some interesting, some not so much. People have been extremely helpful both within the Linden Labs staff (you can always find at least 1 Linden employee in the Welcome area) and other residents willing to teach me. I've rented an apartment, bought an avatar, customized my own appearance, I'm learning how to build objects of my own and I've started designing clothing to sell. The program does need a hefty amount of power but I find it reasonable for what I it seems to be capable of. It runs very well on my G5 1.8 GHz with 1 GB of ram. Unless I am in an area where the owner has tried to cram in as much as possible, my experience has practically lag free. So my trial period is almost up. Will I be subscribing? I'm enjoying myself. I think its worth $10 a month.
Guest
Guest
Aug 17 2005
1.6.11
4.0
Aug 17 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.11
"the object is to make money just like real life." ?! You lose; thank you for playing.
Guest
Guest
May 28 2005
1.6.2
4.0
May 28 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.2
I have found that running 1gb of ram under Mac OS X 10.4 to be the more optimal amount of memory for proper operation of the program.
Guest
Guest
Apr 17 2005
1.6.2
4.0
Apr 17 2005
4.0
Version: 1.6.2
Decent interface nice 3d requires broadband and a newish Mac 1ghz G4 or better. Very friendly people very extensible very flexible continues to improve. Many free things as of this writing but the object is to make money just like real life.
Guest
Guest
Feb 28 2005
1.5.14
4.0
Feb 28 2005
4.0
Version: 1.5.14
Surely the insult would be charging for this lame-o 'game', what hope for the human race when it can''t get it right in reality so goes on to mess it up again virtually. Get a life of your own losers.
Guest
Guest
Oct 12 2004
1.5.3
0.0
Oct 12 2004
0.0
Version: 1.5.3
The whole purpose of a credit card is to make sure that its not all kiddies that are playing the game and that people have the maturity to not get offended when insulted/cursed at. I can honestly bet that all the ones who hate the game because of the credit card (a stupid reason in itself) are probably all under the age of 16 and speak nonsensical idocy most of the time.
Guest
Guest
Oct 7 2004
1.5.3
4.0
Oct 7 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
Very immersive and addictive, you can go for the $9.95 life membership at the end of your 7-day free trial or choose the monthly membership option which allows land ownership. You can really get involved in the world, meet people, have fun. It's a very comprehensive and growing society, with excellent tools for building and scripting. You can let your imagination rip. Customisation of appearance is superb. It can be a game, can be a virtual chatroom, can just be somewhere to explore or create, can be somewhere to set up a business (even making real money), engage in a bit of sociological research, or just chill out in a virtual club or quiet island paradise with some pals. Linden Labs also take an active role in the Second Life society which gives it a personal touch. System requirements are high though and it places a lot of strain on your CPU and broadband connection as content is continuously being streamed and rendered. I'm coping with a 1.25Ghz G4 and Radeon 8500 but in need of an upgrade to really get the best from it. The SL client (for v1.5.5) is still effectively in beta I understand, it has been very stable for me though and hopefully speed will improve to match the PC client soon. I'm not normally a fan of either online games or chatrooms - Second Life is somehow neither and both, but can be exceptionally compelling. Just remember you have a real life too !
Guest
Guest
Oct 4 2004
1.5.3
4.0
Oct 4 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
Dispite the credit card request, It's acutally an excellent game, with endless possiblility. You can cancel the account at any time durning the trial, so you are not charged. But honestly, it's worth the mear ONE TIME ONLY FEE of $10 for the basic account. Also, there isn't too much more you can do with a premium account than the basic. Since your inventory is UNLIMITED, you could just pull out a random chair and have a nice sit, and no one would give you any funny looks. Who needs to be tied down to property you gotta take care of anyway? And ok, the requirements are kinda heafty, but it would look nice on a nice machine...
Guest
Guest
Oct 3 2004
1.5.3
4.0
Oct 3 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
I think it's a great concept. Unfortunately, I find it too slow to enjoy, and there are some bugs that still need to be worked out. I think Second Life could have a lot of promis if future versions improve the speed issues and remove the bugs. But for now, I think I will cancel.
Guest
Guest
Sep 26 2004
1.5.3
4.0
Sep 26 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5.3
I was really interested in this... But I kind of got the heebeegeebees, starting in on the sign up screens. Buy land, buy credits, buy your own island, upgrade upgrade premium basic.... Still, I kept going thru the trial signup process, and then I hit, like a previous reviewer, the "Oh, now just give us all your credit card info". lol. bye bye. That's not second life. That is real life. :p
Guest
Guest
Sep 3 2004
1.5.1
4.0
Sep 3 2004
4.0
Version: 1.5.1
Ugh, the minute I click on "New Account" it crashes and locks up tighter than a soda straw. No amount of tweaking researching seems to help....force quits are difficult. It's the app that won't go away. JuJu -
Guest
Guest
Aug 11 2004
1.4.7b
4.0
Aug 11 2004
4.0
Version: 1.4.7b
Take the Sims meet Everquest and a little IRC and you have a do whatever you want chat. Great internet application if you like to chat and play games. Please don't let the creidt card scare you if you don't like it after 7 days just cancel it no harm. But if you do like it then trust me you have a great time. At 9.95 for a one time payment allowing you to do amlost anything I feel it's worth it. But hey don't take my word for try Second Life your self. And if you do look for me "William Rampal" I'll show you around good luck and happy Sim'n.
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Fantasy 2D MMORPG.
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The Secret Society
Entertaining and diverting adventure game.
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Phoenix Viewer
Third-party viewer for Second Life.
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Phoenix Firestorm Viewer
Transition-oriented Second Life viewer.
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