koronba is the creator, developer and sole composer of much cherished japanese fangame, LcdDem, and contributor to Yume 2kki, who infamously disappeared along with all traces of himself and LcdDem on May 6th, 2013, leaving this final message on their personal website:
This is a “Yume Nikki” fangame.
This isn’t “Yume Nikki”.
To those know about/like LcdDem:
Please avoid talking about LcdDem as much as possible. Don’t say anything about it. "
The Hunt for Koronba
Naturally, the anons of Uboachan and members of other YN communities (Tumblr, reddit, etc) were weirded out by the sudden DELETE FUCKING EVERYTHING committed by koronba. Various conclusions were inferred theorizing that it was due to something koronba was embarrassed about, or that LcdDem's ending was an allegory for koronba's life and they actually killed their mom
Some anons mourned koronba's disappearance and tried to reupload as much material by him (media, blogposts, etc) as they could.
The Hunt for Koronba 2: Electric Boogaloo
In 2016, the hunt for koronba was reignited when he deleted his inactive twitter and bandcamp accounts, leaving this peculiar message on his twitter beforehand:
>Renotice and PS:
>If you find people talking about LcdDem please warn them.
A user on niconico made a video speculating about koronba's motives, and soon after people uncovered his trail of bizarre tweets that fueled even further questioning.
Koronba told everyone to stop talking about LcdDem, accused his fans of driving him to suicide, deleted all his shit except his 4 most popular songs and then started getting extremely angry when people wouldn't comply with his wishes to "forget" about him and not publish his online handle anymore.
- Anonymous, 12/13/16
Anon TL;DR's for your convenience
The latest tweets also seemed to indicate that koronba killed himself over his unwanted popularity, albeit with no definite confirmation. Users also uncovered a bunch of people with a suspiciously similar writing style. People began making all sorts of outlandish theories on who they might be, and as a result, the hunt for koronba has gotten a somewhat humorous reputation similar to that of the one for KIKIYAMA
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