If you play Glitch, head over to Lowland Slough in Shimla Mirch to see the beautiful spontaneous tribute to Steve Jobs. People are leaving notes (“When I opened my own business, it was on a Mac”) and apples–dozens upon dozens of apples–in the street. The paper tree there has been rechristened “Steve.” Fireflies swirl in jars at the avatars’ feet.
Every now and then a griefer comes along and swipes the apples, but the crowd of Glitches keeps donating more. It’s lovely. I’m playing the game on a Mac, of course.
Requiescat in pace, Mr. Jobs.
P.S. Here’s a shot of another street tribute, this one in Ghora Chani. Breathtaking!
3 thoughts on “Glitch Players Gather to Mourn Steve Jobs”
This just may be the most creative Steve Jobs memorial so far!
So touching — thanks for getting the screen shot!
I just love gamers! Awesome!
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