A Kickstarter campaign to create a sequel to the popular Sega Genesis football game Mutant Football League has ended on an unsuccessful note. The crowd-funding campaign launched by the franchise's original creator Michael Mendheim ended yesterday, raising only $141,821 of the $750,000 goal. Had the game been funded, it would have launched in the summer of 2015 for PC, Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, iOS, and Android.
Obviously Mendheim was disappointed in the results.
"It's been a tough month with a lot of ups and downs but this being my first Kickstarter and all," Mendheim said. "I must say, it's been quite a fascinating experience with a lot of lessons learned."
Despite the Kickstarter campaign's failure, Mendheim said he is optimistic that a new Mutant Football League game will be made in the future.
"We will be back my friends. Not sure how, when… but we're coming," he said. "YOU BETTER BE READY!"