Jungle Compact House Unfurnished

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The Jungle Compact House is a smaller version of the original Jungle House. It consitsts of a one level house with a mezanino over one of the ambients, mesh ground with boulders, wooden decks surrounding the building.

The walls are baked and all parts have materials enabled.

- House Structure - 78 l.i.
- Hanging Plants - 20 l.i.
- Drapes - 2x 7 l.i.
- Mesh Ground + Plants +stones - 91 l.i.
- Deck 01- 9 l.i.
- Deck 02- 5 l.i.
- Cattails - 6 l.i.
- Tree 01 - 5 l.i.
- Tree 02 - 8 l.i. ........(all l.i. depends on the sizes, so if you stretch l.i. will increase a lot)

Total - 256 l.i.

Footprint - only house -23 x 30 m
Footprint - with garden -38 x 40 m

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  • Original Mesh
  • Rustic House

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Awesome house
full star full star full star full star full star Posted January 01, 2023 by Howdy Hoorenbeek

Bought it to be my first house after a friend showing it to me. It is very easy to adjust the outside components to one's needs (even to me that knew nothing about it) and besides looking very nice it is very easy to use (rooms are big enough to walk around without having to mess with the cam) and at a good size (not too big, not too small) for a small to medium house. Perfect for a 2.480 sq feet area if you want to keep some outside space.

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Beautiful at a glance, but many unlinked pieces, uses rez box, too expensive for old technology.
full star full star full star empty star empty star Posted September 28, 2022 by alesauvage

The house itself looks very pretty at first glance, but unfortunately pieces of it are old prim and it uses antiquated rez box tech instead of being it's own cohesive object. I wish I had known this in advance because I likely would not have bought it.
The use of rez box means adjusting it can be overly complicated and cause your house to split into many unusable pieces if you don't use the rez box to adjust every time. And if you've ever had to use a rez box to adjust things you know that it is very laggy, difficult to align, and can break the house easily.
Also, the house structure itself is not one cohesive piece. There are separate pieces of invisible prims sporadically throughout the home used to make phantom walls seem solid, so if you don't have those aligned properly you will walk right through your house. They cannot be linked or the house will break. If you change the configuration of objects like the patios, it will glitch and start having you falling through your floor.
All of this means that if you are intending to use this house in any configuration other than exactly how it is shown, with all of the rocks, shrubs, decks, and trees in exactly that place, it will get complicated, fast.
There is a terraform option on the rezzer hud that will automatically terraform the land to fit the house, but if you don't have land rights to terraform (as with many people who rent) then it will distort and break your house if it interacts with certain objects/land. This makes for a trial and error, rez, break, derez, and re-rez manner of finding a way to fit the house on your property instead of just adjusting one piece and being done.
L$1600 is overpriced for an outdated build. The Li is not that low compared to mesh builds of comparable size with much lower prices. I was shocked that something that looked so pretty was made in this way. It was very disappointing.

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  • Land Impact: 256
  • Mesh: 100% Mesh