PR: Bar Oasis Free on iOS & New OST for Sequel Out

Friday, March 11th, 2016

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Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01

In preparation for the launch of their new visual-novel-meets-bar-manual Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01, Corners Studio has released its OST early and discounted the original Bar Oasis on iOS. This discount is a 100% discount sinec you can snatch the first game for free for a limited time. It’s probably best to grab this deal while you can since Corners Studio didn’t give an end date for this promotion. The soundtrack for Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01 has also been released a few weeks ahead of the official release date of the game, March 24th. Featuring work by Goomin “Nauts” Nam, who composed for the DJMAX series, the OST is full of subtle piano renditions and jamming nightclub tunes. You can find out more information from the press release below:


Bartending Visual Novel Bar Oasis Gets Soundtrack Release Ahead of Next Installment

Korean developer Corners Studio releases K-pop and ballad-heavy soundtracks for entire series ahead of new installment’s March 24 launch

Seoul, South Korea – March 10, 2016 – Corners Studio is excited to make available the K-pop-inspired soundtracks to their long-running cocktail-making visual novel series for iOS, Bar Oasis. Featuring wonderfully produced tunes by composer Goomin “Nauts” Nam and more of the beautiful artwork the series has come to be known for, the soundtrack releases should please fans and bring a whole new audience around to the series which has come to be known for its signature touchscreen drink mixing system that allows players to create drinks using familiar global brands while working from a menu that will teach any adult beverage connoisseur some new tricks. This news comes ahead of the upcoming release of Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01, due out on March 24, 2016.

Bar Oasis soundtracks on Bandcamp
The original Bar Oasis made waves in Korea when it reached the number one spot on the iTunes Korea app store before being banned for its frequent portrayal of alcohol. It remained a top ten RPG of 2011 on the iTunes Japan store where it was competing with the likes of Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, and Chrono Trigger.

To celebrate the release of the soundtracks and the upcoming Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01, Corners Studio is offering the original Bar Oasis for free for a limited time:

Bar Oasis for free on the iTunes app store

Aftertaste 01 will feature plenty of surprises as the drama unfolds. This is reflected throughout the soundtrack, including in the beautiful piano ballad, “Missed Call,” which can be heard here:

“Missed Call” Single on YouTube

Stay tuned to the official Corners Studio community on Facebook for more news about Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01’s availability and more.

Bar Oasis Facebook Community
About Corners Studio
Founded in 2009 and based in Seoul, South Korea, Corners Studio has been a pioneer in the Korean visual novel medium with their flagship Bar Oasis cocktail-making series for iOS. They will be releasing the fourth installment of the Bar Oasis series, titled Bar Oasis 2: Aftertaste 01, available worldwide in March 2016.
Follow Corners Studio on Facebook and YouTube

About Goomin “Nauts” Nam
An established Korean composer and piano player known for his work on TalesWeaverDJMAX, and Bar Oasis franchises, Goomin “Nauts” Nam is one of the most sought-after videogame composers in Korea. His most recent works include the rhythm game SUPERBEAT: XONiC, the card-battling RPG Qurare, and the fantasy MMORPG Monarch: Heroes of a New Age.

Nauts is represented by Scarlet Moon Artists in North America and Europe.
Follow Nauts on Twitter and SoundCloud

About Leif Conti-Groome

Leif Conti-Groome is a writer/playwright/video game journalist whose work has appeared on websites such as NextGen Player, Video Game Geek and DriveinTales. His poem Ritual won the 2015 Broadside Contest organized by the Bear Review. While he grew up playing titles such as Final Fantasy VI and Super Double Dragon, he doesn’t really have a preference for genre these days except for Country; that’s a game genre right? Leif’s attention has been more focused on the burgeoning communities of niche Japanese titles, eSports and speedruns. He currently resides in Toronto, Canada and makes a living as a copywriter.