Join us for today’s Happy Hunting! in the treet.tv studios in Garden of Dreams at 3pm, Friday 31st August, to learn about the great hunts that are going on across the grid – and to see the first episode of our exciting new segment – The Blackened Mirror!
Cinders Vale, our host, will be talking to our guest in the studio - Xandra Bressig of Sour Pickles Hunts, who is currently organising the The Sims Kids Hunt, which runs from September 1st – 30th … and features over 26 stores! Xandra, a firm Sims fan, says that the Hunt is for nifty clothing, accessories, buildings or furniture you would love to see when you play The Sims.
And there will be the first episode of our exciting new mini-series – The Blackened Mirror; a show within the show which will combine elements of narrative and hunting in a fascinating multimedia experience.
It’s an online series of short episodes, following the adventures of a cynical private investigator, Harland Quinn, who has a broken down office in a Depression-era city. Until one day a mysterious woman walks through his office door with her odd companion … and then things get progressively stranger.
You’ll be able to watch the show as part of the Happy Hunting! TV show or in its own dedicated channel on treet.tv or You Tube (or on the website). But that’s only the start of The Blackened Mirror, because it’s is more than just a virtual world TV show; you’ll be able to find more information and win prizes by following a series of games and puzzles within the virtual world of Second Life or through a variety of social media across the internet.
And Saffia Widdershins, the producer and director of the series will be in he studio to talk about some of the games, puzzles and hunt(!) that can be enjoyed after watching the first episode.
So join us at 3pm today in the studio for the broadcast. Bring along your hunter friends too. We will be glad to have you all join us for the show.
Or – if you can’t attend in person – tune in at 3pm SLT on Friday for the live show on
– where you can now chat with other audience members and even some of the participants during the show – or catch it later in the week on our shows page on the Treet.tv web site at