Bonku's music goes through massive transformations because of the complexity of Bonku's character. My previous blog covered the development of Bonku's theme. This blog will explain my use of chords and the harmonic language of Bonku.

Using Harmony to Create Character De...

In Forgotton Anne, we decided early on that each important character of the game should have their own theme music: Anne, Master Bonku, Mr. Fig/The Rebels, and The Caretaker. In this blog I will focus on Master Bonku and the Caretaker because they represent the two mai...

Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

My name is Dmytro Kuzmenko, I’m a freelance localizer and translator, and also an artist. I’ve worked mostly as translator of film and TV subtitles but since 2016 I...

Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

My name is Claudia Moldovan and currently I am only a student waiting to start my Games Art university course in September! I have met some of the Forgotton Anne te...

Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

My name is Seo-Mi Ha, a localization specialist at Mayflower Entertainment. I am in charge of localization into Korean to share what we think are great games with t...

The title song of our debut game Forgotton Anne is nominated for Best Original Song in a Video Game at the 2018 Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Below is an interview with Randi Laubek, who wrote the song in collaboration with composer Peter Due.

Randi Laubek is a Danis...

1. Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

I'm Joana from Portugal and my background is mostly cinema and 3D related. I did try Chemistry but it wasn't a good reaction... I'm an intern at ThroughLine Game...

1. Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

I’m Danila Evstifeev, translator and interpreter by choice and calling. Translated my first game when I was 16, and I've been doing stuff like that for almost 10...

1. Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

Hi all, I’m Alexander Preymak. I love video games and I translate them into Russian. It's that simple. I translated Broken Sword 5, Thimbleweed Park™, Hollow Kni...

1. Tell us a bit about who you are, your background, and how you came to work on translating Forgotton Anne?

I'm an Italian guy with the fondness of videogames and manga/anime, so it's easy to understand how a game with the style of Forgotton Anne has attracted my inter...

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