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Merry Christmas from TDC
News posted 25th December, 2019 by Joshtek  
I'd like to wish everyone a super awesome Christmas with sprinkles on top on behalf of TDC. I've gone with the image of Circyclaus on the right as a convenient segway into mentioning a Clickmas game I didn't feature in last year's Christmas post. As you might or not might not be aware, The Santa Claus Project is a "16-level platformer in which you control Santa" released on Christmas Even 2007. What makes it special is that rather than being part of a Christmas competition it was part of a Christmas collaboration featuring multiple TDCers who each contributed to the levels designs. So take your party hats off to Circy (who led the project), Adam, Jake Greer, Popcorn, AndyH, Dynamite 422, Game_Master, Krush Brother, and Xerus for getting into that festive spirit.

Do you have any fond memories of taking part in a collaborative Click project (Christmas or otherwise), maybe with someone you had never even met? 'Tis the season to share your experiences in the comments!

P.S. If you want to get even more festive then you can go to to change to TDC's Xmas Skin.

Posted by MonadoBoy64 25th December, 2019

Aww, I was hoping for the download page to be updated...
Posted by Ambrion 26th December, 2019

I changed the layout before this post I've prepared far too wide for the fold of DC and everything else measurable!
Posted by Joshtek 30th December, 2019

Because I was made an admin primarily as a curator of the Klik Museum I've historical left it to other admins to deal with stuff like reviewing pending downloads, but if nobody is currently doing that then I could clear any backlog.
Posted by MonadoBoy64 30th December, 2019

That will be cool if you can.
Posted by Liquixcat 1st January, 2020

I hereby grant you "Do whatever you want" privileges.
Posted by Joshtek 1st January, 2020

Message received! I've approved the games that were ready for approval and let the authors know about the outstanding issues for the other games.
Posted by Simon Czentnár 4th January, 2020

Thanks! Happy new year, too.


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