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Extremely soft and dreamlike, the first music announces a very arerial theme whose orchestration intensifies the depth and impact. The changes of tonal planes are also very interesting in their enriching effect, making the return of the theme very appreciable. What is astonishing with this OST in general is the variety of instrumentation chosen, depending on the pieces and what they represent in the game. The dynamics of the second piece breaks the poetry of the first with formidable efficiency, and its 8-bit sounds used accentuate the happy-side while providing a fun Arcade aspect. While the third takes up again with the sweetness and poetry of the first, but with the use of soaring synthesizers from which emerges a melody with Japanese sounds. Alternating styles, the fourth track echoes the second, without a more groovy style that is extremely pleasant to listen to. Difficult to prevent oneself from waddling on it, so lively the rhythm is! Which is linked to a new sweet track, but this time with a touching expressiveness of nostalgia. Each melody of this OST is heady, and benefits from a perfect harmonization. We feel that the composer knows both musical creation and the field of video games (an excellent culture due to the subtle but present references to many classics of the genre).