La-Mulana – a 2D side-scrolling Archeology adventure – launched as WiiWare back in 2011 for Japan and, subsequently, 2012 for the West, but now its creators are focusing on a new venture for the game’s fans. A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to fund the sequel, aptly named La-Mulana 2, with an initial funding goal of $200,000.
The game’s developer, Nigoro, is looking to bring the 2D Metroidvania-inspired platformer to the PC. However, stretch goals have been added for handhelds at $1,150,000 and home console versions, including Wii U, at $1,650,000. Even if those jaw-dropping numbers don’t faze you, there is a larger stretch goal for the Wii, standing at an impressive but eye-watering $2,350,000.
Besides the considerable stretch goals in place, La-Mulana 2 is already on track to reach its initial funding goal and stands around a neat $40,000 at the time of writing. Make sure you check out Nigoro’s Kickstarter video – posted above – if you’re unfamiliar with the title, plus you can also check out their official website.