Interactive book Blik-0 1946 by Final Fantasy composer, Nobuo Uematsu, hits iPad today
Nobuo Uematsu, famous for composing music for Final Fantasy since its NES era, all the way up to the PS2, has released a picture e-book on the iOS store that's both written by him, and composed by him. Blik-0 1946 features an emotional look at a robot built by a reputable artificial intelligence scientist, Dr. Mabuse, who has functions that let him emulate a human heart and brain. Experiencing life the way humans do, he starts to struggle with feelings and emotions like sadness, heartache, anger and even love.
The e-book features three songs composed by Uematsu, "Blik-0 1946," "Ah, But Why?," and "So Close," which play while you read, and enhance the experience.
The e-book is available starting today on iTunes for the iPad for $9.99, and it's coming soon to iPhones as well.