Mastiff launched Gurumin 3D: A Monstrous Adventure in 2016 on the Nintendo 3DS e-Shop, DualShockers reviewed the game and gave it an 8/10.
Now, Mastiff wants to bring the game to KickStarter to release a physical version of the game on PC and 3DS, an idea they have been teasing for awhile.
The company launched a Prefundia page that explains the difficulties and costs of shipping physical goods for a publisher of Mastiff’s size. However, by launching the campaign they hope to provide fans with a proper physical release to add the game to their collection.
The page lists the tiers available of Gurumin and displays the PC physical tier will be $50 and will include digital keys for PSN, Steam, and e-Shop. Additionally, there are stretch goals to be announced at a later date. The page mentions a physical 3DS version for manufacturing, but doesn’t list the version in the tier lists.
First released on the PSP in 2007, Gurumin stars a girl named Parin who is sent to live with her grandfather in a small mining town while her archeologist parents are off excavating an ancient ruin. Parin saves a young girl from monsters which no adults in the town are able to see and she’s invited to a mysterious Monster Village where her journey begins.