Unmechanical

by wrench

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Jason V.
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Jason V. A catchy, bold album that is also very layered. The songs borrow elements from a plethora of genres, and they are mixed in a way that grabs your attention and surprises you with what it will do next. Favorite track: I Heart You.
Jacob Børninck
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Jacob Børninck Played the game - loved it.
Listened to the soundtrack - loved it. Favorite track: I Heart You.
Tropylium
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Tropylium Music of small worlds and cellular machinery. A lost younger sibling of the Samorost series…
Jyri Straechav
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Jyri Straechav The Unmechanical game, I actually never played nor do I feel a great need to. I merely personally appreciate game music more than average listener. There's something to the "ambient with a specific purpose" composition that most game music is. The highlight of this album is by far the title track, in its quirky and slightly glitchy glissando glory. An absolute gem. While the rest of the album isn't bad by any means, that song alone is a reason enough for me (personally) to buy the whole album. Favorite track: Unmechanical.
Alex Hernandez
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Alex Hernandez Great game and great music. Favorite track: Unmechanical.
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about

This is the soundtrack for the acclaimed puzzle game Unmechanical

The game was released on August 8th by indie developers Talawa Games and Teotl Studios and has in a short week managed to grab a lot of people’s attention. Critics scores range between 7/10 to 9/10 and players rate it even higher!

The game can be purchased via GOG, GG and Steam.

credits

released August 15, 2012

composer: Jonas Kjellberg

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wrench Sweden

wrench is the pseudonym of Swedish composer and sound artist Jonas Kjellberg

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