Second Life Specials Pool Billiard Table
Dutchie’s Second Life pool table is a beautifully restored antique pool billiard table, French polished and color-changeable into 5 classic felt colors. Round turned, carved legs complete this hand-made original showpiece, unparalleled and unrivaled in style and grace.
The vintage Second Life pool table is suited for both the formal and informal game rooms and comes in 2 versions: PG and Adult. Both have AV-sitter experience enabled for auto attaching of props and all animations have Bento hand poses and animations.
Also included in Dutchie’s pool table set are a matching cue rack and 2 artworks from Dutchie’s Rijksmuseum collection.
Playing pool in Second Life
The table is not really playable, but it has 6 fun dynamic scenes with animations that make it look like you are playing a game, complete with moving balls.
The pool game looks its best during the Game sequence.
If you play the dynamic playing scenes separately, make sure you let the balls roll out to their definite spot before clicking on another pool playing animation.
The dynamic playing scenes are designed so the balls stay on the table if you play them in order. If you switch between scenes in a different order, you may see them re-rez for a moment.
PG pool table
The PG pool billiard table is made for 2 sitters. Together they can choose between 6 playing pool animations, 4 drinking, and chatting animations and 10 couple animations with a romantic character.
It has 6 dynamic pool playing scenes, and props like billiard cues, glasses of beer, and cigarettes. There are 3 couple sequences in the table.
Adult Second Life billiard table
The adult version everything above, plus 50 foreplay and 40 sex animations. It has 10 couple sequences.
The pool table also has a few shorter hidden sequences in the menu. It also has modest Bento facial expressions and this Second Life sex furniture is compatible with Aeros and the Physics Cock for automatic tilting.
Rezzing and possibly resizing
When you rez the table for the first time, give the scripts some time to load. Scripts like the Bento facial expressions and hands plug-ins will not work if you sit on the table before it is fully loaded.
If you want to resize the table to better fit your avatar’s height, it is best to not change the main component, the top of the table with the engine inside, because that would mess up the dynamic playing scenes. Try resizing only the bottom part of the table with the legs and the floor shadow underneath instead.
Colors, Bento faces, security, and more
Colors, security, facial expressions, and poses can be adjusted under the ADJUST menu.
• Colors: choose between 5 colors for the felt.
• Security: makes your furniture usable by Owner, Group or All.
• Pose: enables discrete real-time adjustment of the poses.
• Faces: turns facial expressions on or off.
• Bento faces: turns facial expressions on or off.
The facial expressions are only available in the adult pool table.
• Land impact pool table: 16 prims
• Land impact cue rack: 2 prims
• Land impact artworks: each 1 prim, if linked together, they go further down to 1 prim together
• 100% original mesh
• Materials applied
• Mod and Copy
Bento hands and mesh feet
Turn all other animations like your AO and your Bento hands AO off so they don’t override any of the animations.
To make sure your legs look their best and the ankles don’t ‘break’ or bend unnaturally during the animations, wear an ankle lock. Most mesh body huds have one, but there is also a free ankle lock available at Dutchie.
TURN THE ANKLE LOCK ON AFTER SITTING ON THE TABLE. Turn it off and on again to make sure it is overriding the animations.
If you have the AV-sitter experience enabled on your land and in your avatar’s settings, the furniture’s props will automatically attach to your avatar, without asking permission. To enable the experience of fully automatic attaching, AVsitter experience has to be enabled in both the land settings and your own.
If the land has the AV-sitter experience enabled, the furniture will ask you to allow the experience yourself, when the first prop comes up. Just click yes.