Archives for August 2009

We’re doing our best to answer your questions.

The most important matter is that LA-MULANA isn’t a port of the original game. It’s an entirely new game, new engine–we’re not reusing the original assets or code. Other than that, we should mention the original creators, Naramura, Duplex and Samieru, are developing it. We’re not just porting the original version’s source. NICALiS asked if we would also use original version’s graphic and music in the same as Cave Story for WiiWare, but we declined that right away. Even though there’s a small minority of people how know the MSX, the PC version is for nostalgic reasons. How will players who don’t know about it perceive the pixel art? Even […]

A questionnaire about LA-MULANA music

Nowadays, we work all through the night–everyday. We want to hear from fans of LA-MULANA. We have a question for you. This is a question is to decide a certain important item about LA-MULANA for WiiWare. We will count comments submitted to this post. So the question is, what is your favorite music? Multiple answers are okay. But, the only music used in fields, it doesn’t matter which song or field. Please stay back someone who says “Elder’s theme is the best!” We’re taking your feedback very seriously as something specifically for LA-MULANA. Leave your comments!

LA-MULANA official site is full-scale running!

After announcing the forthcoming release of LA-MULANA for WiiWare Edition in North America, nothing changed on this, the official site. But now it’s been refreshed! So far the site has few new pages. And we will upload images one-by-one. Don’t think of this site as simple a general site for information to be released little-by-little. Think of it as a way to exchange ideas between the developers and fans. This official site is here with a purpose. Producing something on a console like Wii is new for us; we’ve never tried it. Although the plans and specifications are almost complete, we don’t know all the details yet. You will surely […]

Screen shot

Here are some screenshots which have been published so far. When we get ready with newly-discovered images, we’ll publish them like this. Click an image you want to see; an enlarged version will be shown. If you point the upper-right or the upper-left using your mouse, PREV or NEXT button will appear. You can see the next enlarged image. This is the basic operation for viewing images. Thanks fellow archeological fans!