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Uploaded on Dec 19, 2010

Amanita Design / Machinarium Soundtrack 2009 Czech Republic

Written and Produced by Tomas Dvorak

Machinarium is a puzzle point-and-click adventure game developed by Amanita Design. It was released on October 16, 2009 for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machinarium

Official Website:
http://amanita-design.net/

The Machinarium soundtrack is an extraordinary work, it has just appeared but it has already become classics. It's like Peter McConnell's music from the best games by LucasArts, like Terry Taylor's immortal projects for The Neverhood and Skullmonkeys, like sound illustrations by Daniel Pemberton for Little Big Planet. The distinctive feature of Machinarium is not just in the fact that with all the variety of music sub-genres these tracks never disharmonize but also in providing a full immersion in the game world -- you start to believe irrevocably in a musical world created by Dvorak as a part of a graphic universe of Dvorsky. http://www.game-ost.com/news_comments...


Review | Machinarium (Game)

When I finished Machinarium, I actually applauded. I don't think it's just me being easily impressed, either, because that's never happened before. I've applauded after films, once at a book, and obviously at concerts and theatre performances. But after a game? This is the first time.

Machinarium is the first full-length project from Amanita Design. You might have played their work before, in the guise of the excellent Samorost web games. You've possibly even seen the educational release they crafted for the BBC, or their promotional material for abstract ambient group The Polyphonic Spree. In the relevant circles, they've established an enviable reputation for their distinctive art style and playful, experimental game mechanics. http://resolution-magazine.co.uk/cont...


Soundtrack Review :
http://www.groovemine.com/rantsraves_...

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