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Written by Alayna Hutson   
Saturday, 04 April 2009 18:33

The Second Life-based company Skidz Partz was founded in May of 2006 by Skidz Tweak. It began as a venture to create and distribute random "Partz" with random functions and uses. But, fortunately for the world of Second Life, it quickly transformed into something much different; something that would benefit Second Life citizens beyond anyone's expectations.


Frustrated with the way the Second Life building tools functioned, and deeply aware that he wasn't the only one, Skidz Tweak changed his focus. He became fixated on improving the way people built in Second Life. His long hours and tedious efforts resulted in exactly what citizens needed and could make full use of: The Skidz Primz.

With this amazing building tool, Skidz Partz had a base product that quickly earned the praise of builders and content creators from across the virtual realm. After that, Skidz Tweak put efforts into releasing new gadgets such as the Land Lazer and the World Map Buddy.

Not long after the introduction of the Skidz Primz, Skidz Tweak improved on it with version 2.0, which added more features and functionality. Further improvements happened when version 3.0 was released, providing builders with more modes, more options, and a better overall experience. And looming on the horizon, the next generation of building tools is set to debut sometime this year, making use of the new functions available in Second Life.

Skidz Partz continues to grow and is expected to keep creating valuable tools and gadgets to make Second Life a better.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 10 April 2009 09:40
 

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