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Typhoon Cinema was a program owned by Nik and Ken (from Switzerland) that featured SFMs or other animations the featured the game, Five Nights at Freddy's and sometimes Undertale and Agar.io. Sometimes, they made animations or gameplay themselves. In the description of each video, Typhoon Cinema gave credit to the user who made the animation. On June 8th, 2016, Typhoon Cinema was terminated twice due to copyright infringement, regarding stealing or using videos without permission by the original creators
Typhoon Cinema sometimes featured animations from a random user, but TC also had sponsors, which are:
These sponsors got their videos uploaded to Typhoon Cinema every time they uploaded.
Five Nights at Freddy's
The featured FNAF/SFMs awere the biggest and most common content of the channel. It is what T.C. was known for.
There was also featured Undertale/SFMs. They didn't get featured very often, as Typhoon Cinema was mainly Five Nights at Freddy's.
There were very spasely any animations of Agar.io on Typhoon Cinema, but the most famous featured one was "Agar.io in Minecraft".
But, usually whenever Agar was featured on Typhoon Cinema, it was usually Nik/Kim's personal gameplay.
Typhoon Cinema was terminated on June 8th, 2016. The previous day, June 7th, 2016, a YouTuber named "The Animator Rebooted" copyrighted three of Typhoon Cinema's videos. After posting about it on Reddit, many FNAF SFM Creators decided to begin taking action. The last claim that led to Typhoon Cinema's first termination was from a YouTuber named "Nikson." Later that day, The Animator Rebooted retracted his claims due to legal threats. Shortly following Typhoon Cinema's restoration, a YouTuber named "ZombieWarsSMT" filed eight copyright claims against Typhoon Cinema, shutting down their channel for the second time that day. On June 23, 2016, the channel came back online.