The TDC Community Project is being reborn as the APP, or TDC's Amazing Public Project (tentative title). This project is an organized effort by the members of The Daily Click to simply make a fun and engaging game. This particular game will be an action adventure platformer starring a samurai.
You are a samurai of the Eastern Kingdom. Long ago, the last of the demons was banished to another dimension, an underworld, in an effort to protect the land from their evil activities. However, over time the demons' powers grew, and they soon became strong enough to open a portal into the kingdom, allowing them to wreak havoc once again. If the portal remains open for too long, the worlds will begin to merge, and soon enough, the kingdom will be lost to the demons. Your goal now is to defeat the demons that are attacking and close the portal.
It seems like yesterday we were all excited and groveling over the majesty that was the APP. It was an event to be remembered. There was danger, there was hope, there were tears and drama, violence and anger.
Sgamer8t88 went off to join the military, where he killed several people, which was the intended function of being in the military, except he will be in jail forever after killing all those people in that donut shop.
Rob Westbrook put his coding skills on hold to work at the local zoo, where he befriended a monkey and an elephant.
Resident-Pyromaniac was sued by Ben Foster's character from Hostage, and from then on has been living in a garbage can with his pal "smoochy the backhoe"
Assault Andy died during the production of the APP due to the game being so intense, he just couldn't handle it.
Matthew Wiese joined the church of Scientology, and was never heard from again.
Smirnoff popped a blood vessel due to an unfortunate jungle gym accident, and is slowly recovering.
OMC is very jolly
Jon Lambert quit everything and became a monk devoted to the ongoing pursuit of the search for big time savings.
And as for me, well, I still hang around every once and a while, remembering all that was and all that is.