TMNT City Fall & Change is Constant Kickstarter team Q&A

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What goes into your decision for stretch goals and how do you keep backers happy and interested?

Murray: We consider a mix of things. We understand that we’re proud to tell our TMNT story through the game, but we also have fans coming in from the original comics, cartoons, and movies. So, in the stretch goals, we’re doing a mix of our storyline and sprinkling in nods to the fans like Scratch, BaxterFly, and Leatherhead.

Are there plans for additional content specifically related to these board games? If so, what is a taste of what could possibly come?

Lansdown: Of course, we hope there is a bright future for the TMNT games and the Adventures System. If given the chance we would love to explore more of IDW’s rich TMNT universe. Maybe take a trip to Dimension X, learn what Old Hob and the Mutanimals are up to, or even see the fall of the Foot Clan as we know it. With the comics well on their way to issue 100, there are many stories that can be told.
My biggest hope is to explore not only the future of the TMNT but also more of its past.

Murray: I support Pete and Dan in where they want to take the story, but if I don’t get a Herman the Crab miniature to play with soon, we’re going to have some stern discussions.