This was several months in the making... the idea was conceived by Dream Catcher one night (this lady is filled to the brim with ideas). As we listened to her vision, we became excited.
It would be a forest.
It would have prizes
Anyone can play
We would become wildly popular (LOL) in opensim
So, we started to implement Dream's vision.
Locked Semaphore began the step by step process of creating the game.
Oh yes, he did create it from the ground up.
This was the longest step, many an hour was spend in the sandbox texting, and coding.
How many lines of code does this game's scripts have?
I guess you will just have to ask him :)
So... this piece finally came together.
Then Pasha wove magic in creating the most beautiful forest in virtual on the Dream Hunt region.
The region's hills, valleys and water areas came alive with densely packed spruce trees, bushes, flowers and underbrush.
To me the most enchanting (and damning) piece in this were her frequent use of yellow follows.
More on that later...
Then, Locked and I began the arduous task of creating the Token Redemption Center, a large sky ward store that sits rimmed by blue mountains. Since our prizes were to be unique, this task took weeks in hunting (LOL) down and creating great items to stock the store.
Prizes start at 5 coins upton to 250 coins.
Since there is a 100 coin a day limit, you may have to travel to Dream Hunt several times to save up enough coins to get your desired items.
We intend to have Double Days -- where coins will have double the value... look on opensimworld.com for event schedule.
So.. what is it like to collect coins on Dream Hunt?
In awe, the developers started exploring as a DH user.
Well... I have good days and bad days. Some days I rez there and a 10C is sitting right next to me at eye level. Other days I do quite a bit of walking before finding a coin.
They are often half buried in the ground, so look closely.
But. Make sure you have your viewer draw distance up and ...
Don't be deceived by the yellow flowers! They look like coins!
Until you get up close to them.
But don't make hunting for coins your only reason for visiting. This region is just so pretty stop and smell the flowers.
Only stay away from the yellow ones...