Well over a year has passed since we talked about 2009 IGF Student Showcase winner Where Is My Heart? coming to PS Minis, but it looks like Denmark-based indie developer Die Gute Fabrik is finally bringing it out for PSPs and PS3s this month.

Where Is My Heart? is an adorable-looking puzzle-platformer that follows a family of monsters who've lost their home in the woods and set off on an adventure that takes them through mushroom caves, crystal pools, and other charming pixelart scenes.

It's loosely based on a personal experience from when Die Gute Fabrik's Bernie Schulenburg went on a Sunday hike with his parents:

"They got lost in a forest and confronted with this problem they came to face each other’s negative personality traits. Bernie’s father showed his anxiety and this made him switch to ‘bossy mode’. Bernie’s mom responded to this as she always did: She turned to lamenting about her life and existence as she had been doing for the 25 past years of her partnership.

Bernie on his side fell into his well known patterns of regret, remorse and disconnectedness. Here there were three hurt children-at-heart, not understanding nor able to break out of their predicament. This game is Bernie’s clumsy attempt to come to an understanding with himself and his parents as a family."

The game will release in Europe on November 16 (it's already available if you're a PS Plus subscriber) and in North America on November 22 (November 8 on PS Plus).