3DS owners who fancy Japanese first-person dungeon crawlers will not be hurting for games to play this year.

Siliconera reports that the eShop roleplaying game Dungeon RPG Picdun 2 will come to Europe as Picdun 2: Witch's Curse.

Released in August 2012 for the Japanese eShop, Picdun 2 puts you in control of a magical girl, a fetishistic whip wielder, and an archer who likes to shoot people in their hearts (so they'll fall in love).

It's dangerous to go alone

While the trio of girls in Picdun 2 will face enemies every bit as moe (cute) as they are, the game is very much a standard dungeon crawling affair.

There are 60 auto-mapping floors for players explore, and every fifth floor offers an elevator that can transport your party back to the dungeon's entrance.

We don't know when to expect Picdun 2 on the eShop yet - nor do we know how much it will cost. The Japanese version was released for 500 yen, which would work out to about £3.50.

There is no word on a North American release at present, and a search of the ESRB website yielded no entries for the game.