Insilico sims have been granted a “new lease on life”

On 29th March 2016 Jeanne Yuriko Aichi posted an update on the recent crisis relating to Insilico in Second Life. The good news is that the Insilico sims have been granted a “new lease on life” and that the sims will remain online. Yay!

As of 30th March 2016 the Insilico sims are still on the grid and open to everyone!

Insilico regions

See the full message below: 

29 March 2486

For the past several days, the fate of Insilico has hung in the balance.  Could our city be saved?  Or would we be cast from our home — the only home some of us have ever known — and thrust headlong into an uncertain future?  We could only wait for announcements, hoping for the best while preparing in our hearts for the worst.

Today, it appears that the crisis has finally passed.  Insilico, the oldest and grandest of the floating cities, has been granted a new lease on life.  

The days ahead may be difficult ones, but they will also be rich in opportunities for those with the strength and vision to seize them.  We must face the future boldly and without hesitation, and not allow recent events to darken our spirits.  As a philosopher once said, “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new.”

In these challenging times, AICHI remains committed to your success.  Together, we can forge a bright and prosperous new future.

Jeanne Yuriko Aichi
Co-Founder and CEO

Great news to hear! 🙂

10 thoughts on “Insilico sims have been granted a “new lease on life”

  1. The sims have not shut down, at least I do not think so. I was just there and tped in, looks like the sims have transferred ownership. There were about 20 other people there when I landed.


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