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Did you love the music in Secrets of Mana? Ever wish you could see your artwork on an album cover of a famous composer/musician? Now’s your chance! Degica/RPG Maker is working together with Hiroki Kikuta  Secrets of ManaSoul Caliber V, etc.) for his latest album. To enter, submit artwork that embodies The Calm, The Fury or both. You can submit up to three pieces of art. The album cover will feature the winning piece. In addition, the winning artist will also receive $100. Read the press release below for more details.


Your Art Meets Hiroki Kikuta’s Music in a Legendary Contest!

Degica, publisher of RPG Maker, is proud to present a brand new collaboration with the acclaimed Japanese composer Hiroki Kikuta, the mastermind behind numerous classic OST compositions for games such as Secret of Mana, Soul Caliber V, Shining Hearts, and more!

This exciting collaboration will bring two of Kikuta’s incredible music albums to RPG Maker – as DLC to complement your project or to give rise to your next grand game! Inspired by both classic and modern fantasy, the two albums feature Hiroki Kikuta’s memorable style and flowing melodies.

The contest starts on 16th Dec 2016 and ends 16th Jan 2016. Winning art will be used as both cover art and feature art for the albums, and winners will receive a physical copy of the albums – signed by Hiroki Kikuta himself!

Check out the contest detail here!

About Hiroki Kikuta:

hiroki kikuta

Hiroki Kikuta is a Japanese video game composer and game designer. His major works are Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3, Sōkaigi, and Koudelka- for which he also acted as producer and concept designer.

About Degica Games: Degica Games is a Tokyo-based publisher specializing in localizing Japanese games for the global market. We’re best known for the RPG Maker franchise, indie games such as OneShot and Kokurase, as well as bullet-hell shooters like  Crimzon Clover WORLD IGNITION and Mushihimesama. Our goal is to bring you the best games from Japan and all around the world!


Jasmine Greene

Jasmine Greene has been a freelance writer for over four years with experience in video game, book and movie reviews. She lives in Manhattan. Nardio is her second of hopefully many (successful) web ventures. When she is not working as an executive assistant or at Nardio, Jasmine volunteers at Kitty Kind so that she can get her crazy cat lady on.

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