I got my first start of creating original games here. After I made Wings of Vi, I've moved on to Unity, but I've been using clickteam products all my life and they helped me develop my creative talent without the need for complex coding. I've since studied CS so I know my way around C# and Unity provides great features as well.
Glad to see there are still people checking back on the site; I do too every once in a while. Thanks to everyone who've been contibuting to the site, it's what kept me making games really. <3 Hopefully MMF3 can spruce up the community.
Solgryn, YOU made Wings of Vi? THE Wings of Vi!? THAT AWESOME!! You really have great skill! I played it, but I could not finish it. It is VERY hard! I just went to your site and downloaded a lot of you games. You have sure made a lot!
TO EVERYONE, if we want this site to be less dead, we need to start submitting more game! That DON'T have to be huge! They can be small and simple games! Let's get to it!!
That this is the problem! If no one is approving submitted games, how will new games be added to this site? There is a major project that I have started, but I plan on making some small games. So, if no one is approving new submitted games, this site will stay nearly dead and that will not change until somebody gets back to approving those games. How hard can this be?
It seems pretty dead to me...
I think in its current form, there isn't really any reason for TDC to exist (I don't know how much it's costing to keep it online, or who's paying, but it's probably not worth it at this point).
The official Clickteam forums have become much busier, and are now the place to go for technical / programming help (they used to be deserted).
Nobody is making simple little games any more (everybody seemingly has a big, often commercial, project on the go), so we're not going to see new games being submitted on a regular basis.
For most of the other stuff, there are other general game development sites, such as TigSource.
It would be nice to see the site totally revamped, but that would require someone with a lot of drive, spare time and web development skills, and I don't get the impression anyone is up for that...