Gold Hunt, a grid-wide Second Life game for landowners to host and SL users to play (starter packs on the Marketplace here), is one of the main products offered by Second Ads which made me decide to partner with the company: It offers a much-needed solution for sim owners and merchants who want and need more visitor traffic to their land, and gives SL users a meta-game that encourages them to explore the world while earning Linden Dollars. Here's how it works for landowners: Land is listed on the game's online directory here, ranked according to how many coins are on their land, and how often players collect from there. That brings them in traffic and potential customers. (The game now has 15,000 monthly players.)
Here's how SLers can play Gold Hunt and earn Linden Dollars through their play:
Get the game HUD on the Marketplace here or by visiting the game site to find locations. You're hunting for the game's spinning coins and gems, each of which has a varying value in Linden Dollars.(Here's the Gold Hunt player guide.)
Once players have collected L$1 or more in Gold Hunt wealth, they can go to the game's headquarters on the Business Park sim (direct teleport at this link) and collect their winnings in Linden Dollars from the ATM machines to collect their earnings. According to Second Ads spokesperson Amy Neville, many of their players earn over L$300 a day.
I'm totally biased, of course, but as I say, I think it's worth checking for landowners who'd love more traffic and SLers who'd like more Lindens. If you do, please share your experiences in Comments!
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