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A Light Snack: Saulesco’s “Rememory” Soundtrack (Review)

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Forget David’s @withaknife name, it’s time to talk about WITHASPOON!

Actually, there isn’t much to say. David Saulesco, the fantastic composer whom we recently interviewed regarding Eternal Daughter 10th Anniversary OST, released this totally random soundtrack as a freebie on his Bandcamp page (link here, embed below). The game was called Rememory, but it’s doubtful you’ve ever played it. Why?

According to David, despite its existence on the iOS App Store, the game crashes at launch on most devices. So, the puzzle game itself, apparently quite charming and endearing, is unplayable. Hence, free soundtrack for you to check out.

With the exception of the bonus track (Trailer music), it’s all 8-bit retro chippy goodness. Of the four main themes, my favorites are Court (game A) and Tower (game C). In both instances, I felt that Saulesco was channeling his inner Koichi Sugiyama. Or, maybe he’s never played Dragon Quest, and he’s just really good at neo-Baroque and neo-Classical composition. In any case, these are short, nifty tracks. Be sure to pick it up and add it to your favorite music-playing device.

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