Omori

Omori

released on Dec 25, 2020

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Omori

released on Dec 25, 2020

A turn-based surreal horror RPG in which a child traverses various mundane, quirky, humourous, mysterious and horrific lands with his friends in search of a missing person while confronting his past and his fears. Explore a strange world full of colorful friends and foes. When the time comes, the path you’ve chosen will determine your fate... and perhaps the fate of others as well.


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Omori

Este juego es muy especial, me ha hecho llorar mucho, desde luego va a sorprender mucho a toda persona que lo juegue.

(10/10)

Gracias @_omocat por este juego.


aaaa volvi a caer en la trampa del quirky rpg maker game with a cutesy artstyle (es kino)


Mental-illness the videogame. Deep, dark but filled with carismatic and emotional characters.



OMORI is a video game that follows the story of a character named OMORI who suffers from depression. The game is set in a world that is a mix of OMORI's real life and his imagination. The game deals with heavy topics such as mental health, suicide, and self-harm.

While OMORI does not explicitly discuss mental health, it is clear that the game is about a character who suffers from depression. The game deals with themes of isolation, sadness, and loneliness. These are all common symptoms of depression.

The game's focus on imagination and fantasy can be seen as a way of coping with mental illness. By escaping into his fantasy world, OMORI is able to deal with the pain of his real life. The game's use of color and light also represents the character's mental state. The world is often dark and bleak, reflecting OMORI's negative view of life.

Ultimately, OMORI is a game that highlights the struggles of living with mental illness. It is a relatable and honest portrayal of depression. The game does not shy away from the hard topics, which is necessary in order to begin a discussion about mental health.


only game that has given me and all the friends i bought it for emotional trauma, i recommend it for that alone