Selected as a finalist for the 2009 Independent Games Festival's student category, Where Is My Heart? is "a simple video game about the complication of family life" from a small Copenhagen-based indie game/art studio named Die Gute Fabrik (The Good Factory).

An early PC version of the game is available to download for free, but Die Gute Fabrik revealed that it's also releasing Where Is My Heart for PSP Minis, so you should be able to play a more fleshed out version of it on your PSP or PS3, soon!

The game's creator Bernie Schulenburg provided this description of Where Is My Heart? last year:

"Players embody a family of monsters, whose interactions produce pink hearts of love which can lead the family home, and dark green hearts of bitterness, which damage the family and throw it off course. Where is My Heart? is an engaging and touching exploration of familial relationships through the metaphors of exploration and collection."

The Danish studio put out four new mini-trailers giving you an idea of what to expect from the game's unconventional platforming, colorful graphics, and mellow music. You can follow its development at Where Is My Heart?'s official site.