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Friday, April 09, 2010

Metro Style - and more

There’s more cool stuff available for Moviestorm members.  First up, there’s the new Metro Style pack, the first of our Modern Tribes series of costumes.

Bring urban sophistication to your movies with this assorted collection of contemporary outfits in different styles. For the guys, there’s a smart vintage suit, a shirt and sweater, or a jacket, and for the girls, there’s a new hairstyle and three new dresses covering vintage eclectic, gossip and urban fashions. To give your characters just the right attitude, the pack also includes two new walk animations and poses.

Try it for just 5 Moviestorm points, rent it for a month for 50 MSP, or buy it for 500 MSP.

Customisable costumes & hairstyles

  • Gossip Girl with variations
  • Gossip Guy with variations
  • Urban Female with variations
  • Urban Guy with variations
  • Urban Vest Guy with variations
  • Eclectic Girl with variations
  • Vintage Guy with variations
  • Eclectic Female Hair with 3 morph types

Includes 12 stock characters with variations of each of the above costumes.

Animations

  • Urban Pose
  • Miami Pose Left
  • Miami Pose Right
  • Urban Walk
  • Urban Upbeat Walk

You can also add more free Moviestorm content with this new mod from Celestina: Pinks Texture/Wallpaper Collection. This user-created pack includes 15 new wallpapers, perfect for adding a feminine touch to your rooms.

Download it free via the forum. While you’re at it, leave her a comment and say what you think. She’s planning further color-themed collections: blue, green and brown are on the list so far - let her know what sort of thing you’re interested in!

 

 

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