CEO Dan Connors assesses chapter one and previews chapter two.
VideoGamer.com: Bringing it back to Tales of Monkey Island, is an iPhone version something you would consider?
DC: I believe right now they've put the Secret of Monkey Island out on the iPhone, so I don't think we're going to try to compete with that. But we are looking at iPhone for our other stuff.
VideoGamer.com: That's interesting. Like what?
DC: Well everything. We just have to figure out what's the right mechanic for the phone and what people are going to respond to the best.
VideoGamer.com: After Tales of Monkey Island, what's next for Telltale? Is there a known IP you're currently looking at, or might we see something completely original from you guys?
DC: We're looking at a bunch of different IP, and we've got a few original designs floating around the studio we're getting closer and closer to a position to green-light.
VideoGamer.com: Is Day of the Tentacle one of them?
DC: That's not one that we're currently working on at the moment. But we'll see. We're certainly always interested and open.
Tales of Monkey Island is now available to buy for PC and WiiWare. Chapter two, The Siege of Spinner Cay, is due out later this month.