Explore a strange world full of colorful friends and foes. Navigate through the vibrant and the mundane in order to uncover a forgotten past. When the time comes, the path you’ve chosen will determine your fate and perhaps the fate of others as well. The plot of the game revolves around a boy named Omori, who lived his most ordinary calm life until he suddenly faced a choice.
Now he is forced to go on a journey in which dangers await him, various events, each of which will play an important role in his life, a sea of friends and enemies, and much, much more. But how this adventure will end depends only on you and on what decisions you will make. Well, first of all, it would be worth mentioning the atmosphere of the game and the design. Not only are the games made in a retro style in the manner of the 16-bit era, but there is also a clear cross between anime and hand-drawn graphics, and clear signs of dark horror, and much more.
The game, in its charming 8-bit pixel and hand-drawn sketchbook styles, offers a glimpse into the psyche of Omori, a young boy experiencing the dizzying breadth of human emotion, from joy to the depths of fear and anguish. While it may feel like your typical cutesy RPG Maker game, Omori succeeds in navigating deep themes of darkness, including depression and anxiety, in the haunting and beautiful delusions its protagonist creates to escape his reality.
- OS: Microsoft Windows 8.1 (32bit/64bit)
- Processor: Intel N4100 (or similar) or better
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 9/OpenGL 4.1 capable GPU
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 2 GB available space