Despite a failed kickstarter campaign in 2013, the Mutant Football League – the successor to the cult sega classic Mutant League Football – project is still alive, and project creator Michael Mendheim plans to make sure the game gets created.
In an interview with Joystiq, Mendheim confirmed that Mutant Football League will once again return to kickstarter in “late spring”, but will take a much different approach in regards to its campaign than it did the first time around.
“So I led my Kickstarter campaign with mobile, and the backlash to that was just unbelievable,” Mendheim told Joystiq in regards to how he was told to launch his original campaign. “We were sunk that first day.”
Mendheim also added that in addition to the monetary goal for the next campaign being lower than the original, his team will continue to work on the game’s development for PC regardless while hopefully starting development for other platforms in the future.
I think I speak for everyone when I say I hope the second time around works, and we can see this game sooner rather than later.
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