album cover for The Music of Kurulin FusionNobuo Uematsu’s music for the soul

Nobuo Uematsu’s musical compositions from the Final Fantasy games have been leaving game-listeners and concert-goers breathless for years. In his latest project, Uematsu-san has reimagined some of the most famous compositions from 17th century master Johann Sebastian Bach for MTO’s puzzle action title, Kurulin Fusion, which is now available on PSP in North America and Europe. With classical origins and techno stylings, Kurulin Fusion’s soundtrack blends hypnotically with the futuristic puzzle action of the gameplay. It’s so engaging that many fans asked MTO USA to make the soundtrack available separately.

Now available for download!

Now you can listen to the great music of Kurulin Fusion wherever you go and whenever you want on your MP3 player. More than 40 minutes of Nobuo Uematsu’s Bach-inspired soundtrack, including all seven tracks from the PSP game, are available for download in high-definition from the site listed to the right. Just click the album cover and follow the directions. Even more download options will be available soon, so if you don’t see your favorite music source yet, be sure to check back at this page.

The Music of Kurulin Fusion

1.     Arcade Mode   Rendition of Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (9:37 minutes)
2.     Arcade Mode   Rendition of Fugue in G minor (5:45 minutes)
3.     Arcade Mode   Rendition of Goldberg Variations 1st Movement (6:13 minutes)
4.     Mission Mode  Rendition of Goldberg Variations 3rd Movement (7:55 minutes)
5.     Arcade Mode   Rendition of Goldberg Variations 4th Movement (4:06 minutes)
6.     Score Attack     Rendition of Goldberg Variations 17th Movement (3:04 minutes)
7.     Menu Screen    Mixed Compilation (3:36 minutes)

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Game Basics
  • Fusion Blocks--The square Fusion Blocks trigger "clearing" events and can be combined to form 3x3 structures for super combo scores.
  • Energy Orbs--Arrange like-colored Energy Orbs so that a single clearing event will create a chain of extra clearing events and combos.
  • Clearing--When a Fusion Block touches an Energy Orb of the same color, the two blocks clear along with all the adjacent Energy Orbs of the same color
  • Combos--Fusion Blocks of the same color "fuse" together when they touch. When cleared, fused blocks generate top scores.
  • Chains--When Energy Orbs are cleared, the Fusion Blocks and Energy Orbs of different colors stacked above them will shift downward, and they may create a "chain effect" of new clearing events and extra scoring.

Previous MTO products published in the US and Europe by UBISOFT included the following games, many of which sold a million copies or more:

  • Dogz(GBA)
  • Dogz 2(GBA)
  • Catz(GBA)
  • Dogz Fashion(GBA)
  • Dogz(DS)
  • Dogz 2(DS)
  • Imagine Master Chef(DS)
  • Petz Dogz Fashion(DS)
  • Happy Cooking(DS)
  • GT Pro series(Wii)
Bio: Nobuo Uematsu

Nobuo UematsuNobuo Uematsu has become one of the most famous music composer in the video game industry largely due to his emotionally-moving scores for many titles in the popular Final Fantasy series from Square-Enix. Inspired by pop legend Elton John as a boy, Nobuo taught himself to play piano. But during his college years at Kanagawa University he learned that his true passion was to write music. He joined Squaresoft (later Square- Enix) in 1986, where he composed music for many of the Final Fantasy series games as well as other Square-Enix titles, such as Chrono Trigger. He has worked on music for more than 40 video games, where his versatility is reflected in styles ranging from classical to techno-elctronica and jazz. Although Uematsu-san left Square-Enix in 2004 to found his own company--Smile Please, along with a recording company, Dog Ear Records--he has continued to work with Square-Enix on Final Fantasy projects. He has also been involved with a series of symphonic concert performances all over the world featuring his music.

Bio: J.S. Bach

J.S. BachThe highly prolific Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) composed dozens of works for chorus, orchestra and keyboards, but in his lifetime was most famous as an organist. He spent his entire life in Germany, never traveling abroad. Such was his dedication to his craft that when he was 20, he left his duties as a church organist in Arnstand and walked 250 miles to study under Dieterich Buxtehude, considered Germany’s master organist of the era. Famous keyboard compositions by Bach include The Well-Tempered Clavier and the Goldberg Variations, which Nobuo Uematsu has re-imagined for Kurulin Fusion. His most famous orchestral work is the Brandenburg concertos. His vocal and choral works include the Christmas Oratorio, the Easter Oratorio and two Magnificats. Bach was pretty prolific as a father too. Between his two wives--Maria and Anna--he had 20 children. Five of his sons became prominent musicians.

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