What The Press Said About Romain’s Work

“More VGM composers need to sit up and pay attention to this Romain Gauthier chap: he’s doing something brilliant, and more games need soundtracks like these to spark our imaginations and build emotional connections with the games we love.”

“The music, too, is just as excellent as the visual style. The soundtrack feels like it’s straight out of a Caribbean album; it’s playful, fun, and never feels repetitive.

“[The soundtrack is] So excellent it deserves its own specific mention. This is the best soundtrack of any iPhone game, period. The electronica mix is pensive, soothing, energetic, mysterious – in short, perfectly matched to the tone of your current soundings. The chiptones for the level “8-Bit”, in particular, will bring a smile to your face. I even found myself, before going to bed, just starting up Edge and listening to its opening-screen music.”

“Romain Gauthier, aka Nino Mojo, did it again, with deliciously retro compositions that will cause your ears to shiver with pleasure” (…) “the game is literally carried by a soundtrack of prodigious effectiveness, which on its own is worth the asked price”

“The music is possibly amongst the best you’ll hear on WiiWare and if the developers would be so kind as to offer it for sale on it’s own we can guarantee at least one purchase will be made (do you take PayPal?). (…) The funky soundtrack for the other solo modes wouldn’t be out of place in a 1970s film and the quality of the recordings included will make you think there’s a CD playing along, it’s really that good.”

“As usual, Romain Gauthier delights us with beautiful compositions in a style that belongs only to him”

“The music in Magnetis is fantastic. Easily one of the best soundtracks of a WiiWare title to date. Even many large retail titles don’t sport tracks as enjoyable and energetic as these.”

“You’re like Jesus, sort of.”

Joanna Gore