Celestial Mechanica

September 12, 2011 at 2:01 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments

Today I wanted to share the Japanese trailer for a cute game my friends have created and are showing at the Tokyo Game Show. It’s called “Celestial Mechanica” and it’s a puzzle-platformer with cool robots! Roger Hicks (rComplex) did the programming and sound, and Paul Veer (Super Crate Box) did the art and animation. I had a lot of fun working on the vocals for this trailer, so I hope you all enjoy^^

If you’d like to check out the game, the US version can be found here:

And the Japanese version is located here:


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  1. The music in the trailer was an instant buy for me. Wonderfully done, once again 🙂

    Looking forward to the release of the game!

    • Thank-you for your support, I’m really glad that you liked it ^_^

  2. Hey Laura-chan, love the “celestial” vibe. Was actually listening to some of your incomplete pieces (Starshine and Lighthouses), when I saw you had a new track uploaded. TRUEfoe would love to see how you compose your music. Does it start as some piano improv’ and build into something, or maybe you have blank sheet music and geniously plot notes down? Do you write lyrics afterwards, before? TRUEfoe’s been in quite the writing slump as of late… Hopefully he can find something… See ya on the boards! =P

    • Oops, he meant The Last Day, not Starshine. =P

  3. I really love the music for the game! You did a great job with the vocals.

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