Once again to be a child

Childhood became a tricky thing in sl. Pity, do not all of us wish back from time to time the seemingly carefree days of our childhood? And always "adult games" can become a bit monotonous. But my research took me predominantly to bleak Sims with loveless textures and broken scripts. I miss the Greenies!  *sniff
So here is a small selection of Sims, where you can play again as a child.

 1. Zoo

I like most Cartoonimals. The animals are animated and the overall impression is living like a real zoo.

Taxi:  http://slurl.com/secondlife/Cartoonimals/167/158/24

2. Driving Bobby Car

ACC is a shop for various kinds of vehicles. I particularly like the one in front of the shop where on the board demos can be rezzed and test driven on a quite big roundabout. You also may rez your own vehicles. The styling of some demos can be changed before you jump in. We are here so the issue of childhood, as my personal highlight is of course the Bobby Car in children's and adult height :))

Yay - Bobby Car!

Choose the vehicle here

Taxi:  http://slurl.com/secondlife/ACCC%20Motors/58/60/24

3. Once Again To Be Tiny: MushRoom

MushRoom is a space where one is very tiny. Take your time to look around, you can do some nonsense there. Don't miss to walk over the bed. And I did not have to cook later. On the floor lies a delicious salami pizza - only 2 days old. Yummi. ;)

Taxi:   http://slurl.com/secondlife/Lennox%20Hill/50/144/23

4. Walking through a Comicwelt: Lunamaruna

From the same starting point, there is a second  TP to Lunamaruna, a comic book world with great colors and also nice animations. By the way both, MushRoom and Lunamaruna, are created by  Scottius Polke. I admire his work. Take the sweet shuttle from the start and off you go.

Taxi:   http://slurl.com/secondlife/Lennox%20Hill/50/144/23

5. Riding Dinosaur

Neon Frog Studios is a shop that offers sculpted animals. I love the outdoor area where you can test ride elephants and dinosaurs. Take  the TP in the shop. Sit on an animal and click on it. It will open the menu. Easy and really funny.

Taxi:   http://slurl.com/secondlife/Cliffoed/146/95/42

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