OSSM TAKES TIME ? & New Orange/Green Development on SSP Continent


SSP Continent – February 2019 Update

SSP Continent – 19th February 2019

A few interesting visual changes this month on the new SSP continent which is worth mentioning I think. Firstly on the SSP124 region there is a new message saying OSSM TAKES TIME with a smiley face next to it. This is definitely a code for something more official in the works I think or it could be something relating to a hyperlink to OpenSim which would be most interesting. What do you think this could mean ?

This month there appears to be more houses built, more new trees and more docking points around the continent (see the map above). I hope the new SSP continent will be connected by many water regions to another large continent because that would be great.

A new orange and green development has appeared in the central area of the continent with a double lane road on the right side (SSP186, SSP187, SSP202 & SSP203) which looks like a new retail space. There is another double lane on the left which may be worked on soon.

A cute smiley face has appeared on the SSP2 QA Test region.

The moles have definitely been busy during the past few months building more and more. The bottom half of the content remains empty it seems on the map and who knows what that will become in the months ahead. Good progress is being made and I’ll post another update next month.

 

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4 thoughts on “OSSM TAKES TIME ? & New Orange/Green Development on SSP Continent

  1. Quite a while since I’ve last heard about that SSP continent or whatever.
    This all looks very weird n stuff. Guess I’ll go there myself and snoop around that place for a bit …

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    1. Can’t wait for it to open to the public. I have noticed there are hundreds of docking points for ships/boats/water planes. I hope the lab/moles link SSP with another continent to sail across to.

      The moles are teasing us. It’s a massive project for sure.

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