Dear Telltale Games,
On behalf of all signed below I’m asking you to make the video game based on Walt Disney’s popular animated series “Phineas and Ferb”. In the introduction I would like to congratulate you for winning over 90 Game Of The Year awards, i. a. from Spike TV and Metacritic for “The Walking Dead” game.
There are several reasons for my request. First, some of you worked in LucasArts. You know, a Lucasfilm’s game studio, which had developed and published video games mainly based on own brands: Star Wars and Indiana Jones. I think the co-operation with Disney Interactive Studios is a great idea, because The Walt Disney Company bought LucasFilm, closed down LucasArts and you said in interview in “redbull.co.uk” site “you are interested in creating the game based on Star Wars universe”.
Secondly, you did many games based on the popular brands, which were widely praised by critics and players, included Sam and Max, Wallace and Gromit and Back To The Future.
Thirdly, as I said, you received many, many “Game of the Year” Awards and over 90 points out of 100 on the Metacritic for “The Walking Dead” game.
Fourthly, “Phineas and Ferb” is great and very popular animated series, which contains tons of fun, suspense, unexpected twists in the plot and lots of references to popular culture. It won Emmy Award. I think this cartoon deserves an awesome adaptation, like your most successful game.
I believe you can do that. Many gamers, who are also fans of this wonderful show, can be enjoyed, if you will make possibly best game based on it. It should contain funny and very great story (of course without bloody violence, because it should be family-friendly game); the same gameplay as The Walking Dead, but more variety (l mean adding the collectibles collecting; an oldschool points system from Sierra’s adventure game series like “King’s Quest” and “Leisure Suit Larry”, some mini-games etc.); awesome soundtrack, wonderful art design and outstanding voice cast with original voice actors (Vincent Martella as Phineas Flynn, Dan Povenmire as Dr. Doofenshmirtz, Ashley Tisdale as Candace Flynn etc.). I think the key for success is engagement of original creators of cartoon in game production, as you did it with Bob Gale and actor Christopher Lloyd in “Back to the Future: The Game”. If you will get agreement from The Walt Disney Company and the creators (as I said, some of your crew worked in LucasArts, so probability must be huge), I hope you won’t disappoint me and the other people as in “Jurassic Park: The Game”. Of course you must finish the second season of TWD and “The Wolf Among Us”, before you will start working on “Phineas and Ferb: The Game”. I’m waiting for release earliest in 2015.
I hope you will accept my request and make me and thousands fans of this series and oldschool point n’ click adventure games much fun. Good Luck.
PS: I found one more reason, why you should cooperate with Disney. Logo of your company looks like Mickey Mouse's head. I think, you are the chosen one.