Immediately after I gush over an eroge, I type up a review about a kid’s action game. I am adept at keeping things consistent on this blog, clearly.
Gurumin is a standalone action/adventure game by Falcom, the creators of Ys and Legend of Heroes. It was originally released for the PC, and later got ported to the PSP. The player takes control of a young girl named Parin, who just moved in to a mining town to live with her grandpa while her parents go off exploring ruins. Said town is small and has no other kids, so Parin can’t even make friends. That is, until she encounters monsters that only children can see, and is brought to the monster world through an opening behind a wall. She manages to pull out and gain ownership of a legendary drill, and is tasked with saving the monsters from the phantoms who invade their town.