Naturally the Trailerpark would have to live on, so it became the first attraction we laid out. It was a guide for the style and vibe we wanted for the overall sim. The Artilleri trailers and Schadenfreude flamingos were a must, and of course the old busted billboard. The Trailerpark was set up for two levels of use. One, a table for rent with a 25 prim allowance and the other a 50 prim trailer. Yardsale table and trailer renters would have a few amenities with regard to advertising and auction boards. The other must have for our build was a road system. A way for us to use our gacha wheels like, The Secret Store roller skates or these awesome bikes from What Next. As you can imagine, our carbon footprint is fantastic!
Arcade rounds, an event that raised the bar for gacha and has produced the most sought after gacha content on the grid. The displays are made using bits, or complete sets from different members of the community, who then receive a nameplate, marking them as a contributor to the museum.
One of the best parts of the Gachatopia sim is the row of premium shopping at the landing point. Yes! I take up one of the large stores but I am flanked by people I have come to know on the yardsale circuit, as good fair traders and re-sellers. We could not ask for a better group of shops to be the anchor of the sim. Inventory is changed regularly in these shops and are a must see!
::A&A::, Athena Snoring, Cade, ::ATOW::, DG Designs, Mango Cheeks and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
Gachatopia! is open year round and supports all gacha events. If you have an event, we want to know! Free advertising is available. Contact Morbid Templar inworld to have your poster placed on the sim.