A Romantique time with Chez Moi
If everywhere is booked up tonight and you’ve left it far too late to take your nearest ‘n dearest out – you won’t be in the doghouse with Chez Moi’s latest dining set! It contains everything for a fabulous evening for two.
The ‘Romantique Dining Set’ is an 100% interactive dining table in both PG and Adult versions that can be used indoors or out. It is variable in Land Impact, depending on what you have rezzed so do be warned about the prim limits. Bare, the table and chairs are 9 Land Impact in total and the highest prim meal is 28 LI. Just put other stuff away for the evening, simples.
There’s also a free champagne bucket at a further 3 LI which, when clicked, emits fireworks.
You can greet, eat, dance, propose, cuddle and other exciting adult things depending on the version of this table. We found that most of the animations can be applied to same gender couples where ‘adjust’ is your friend.
Altogether there’s 56 animations – 18 poses for eating, drinking, toasting and chatting – these are really nice. 36 animations for couples in love – this means Romance with a capital ‘R’! You get props to wear for all the dining poses so no worries. In addition to this you get a further 40 intimate animations in the Adult version.
Touching the chair gives each person the menu (make sure you have ‘guest’ enabled in options) so as to control their own singular poses. Either of you can then go on to control the couples poses. Tapping the white table cloth allows all the dishes to be accessed – a menu of 14 options.
The undercloth is texture change for rose, black, turquoise, red and sandy to match your decor or to make the occasion appropriate. This would be a very good set if you wanted to propose at the end of the meal – so don’t forget Valentine’s Day on February 14th. There’s a delightful animation in which the proposal is made and the receiver expresses surprise and much joy. We loved that one!
Check out the Romantique Dining Set on Marketplace
Visit Chez Moi Mainstore to try it out
Cheers, m’dears 🙂
Written by Moz Loordes
31/12/2015 at 6:52 pm