Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide: Part Thirty-Nine

4 min


2
1 share, 2 points
Omori_Walkthrough_Gameplay_Guide__Part_Thirty-Nine

Part One Written Guide
Part Two Written Guide
Part Three Written Guide
Part Four Written Guide
Part Five Written Guide
Part Six Written Guide
Part Seven Written Guide
Part Eight Written Guide
Part Nine Written Guide
Part Ten Written Guide
Part Eleven Written Guide
Part Twelve Written Guide
Part Thirteen Written Guide
Part Fourteen Written Guide
Part Fifteen Written Guide
Part Sixteen Written Guide
Part Seventeen Written Guide
Part Eighteen Written Guide
Part Nineteen Written Guide
Part Twenty Written Guide
Part Twenty-One Written Guide
Part Twenty-Two Written Guide
Part Twenty-Three Written Guide
Part Twenty-Four Written Guide
Part Twenty-Five Written Guide
Part Twenty-Six Written Guide
Part Twenty-Seven Written Guide
Part Twenty-Eight Written Guide
Part Twenty-Nine Written Guide
Part Thirty Written Guide
Part Thirty-One Written Guide
Part Thirty-Two Written Guide
Part Thirty-Three Written Guide
Part Thirty-Four Written Guide
Part Thirty-Five Written Guide
Part Thirty-Six Written Guide
Part Thirty-Seven Written Guide
Part Thirty-Eight Written Guide
Part Thirty-Nine Written Guide
Part Forty Written Guide
Part Forty-One Written Guide
Part Forty-Two Written Guide
Part Forty-Three Written Guide
Part Forty-Four Written Guide
Part Forty-Five Written Guide
Part Forty-Six Written Guide
Part Forty-Seven Written Guide
Part Forty-Eight Written Guide
Part Forty-Nine Written Guide
Part Fifty Written Guide
Part Fifty-One Written Guide
Part Fifty-Two Written Guide
Part Fifty-Three Written Guide

Part One Gameplay Video
Part Two Gameplay Video
Part Three Gameplay Video
Part Four Gameplay Video
Part Five Gameplay Video
Part Six Gameplay Video
Part Seven Gameplay Video
Part Eight Gameplay Video
Part Nine Gameplay Video
Part Ten Gameplay Video
Part Eleven Gameplay Video
Part Twelve Gameplay Video
Part Thirteen Gameplay Video
Part Fourteen Gameplay Video
Part Fifteen Gameplay Video
Part Sixteen Gameplay Video


Teaser trailer for new top-down horror Sea Of Trees RPG

Are you interested in a horror game similar to the gameplay styles of Omori and Earthbound based in Japan? Click here. To sign up for a newsletter to be the first to know about Sea Of Trees game, click here.


I continued through the Pyrefly forest to the right, where I ran into a spiderweb against some trees. There was nothing behind it, but I figured I would try to cut through it anyway.

Omori Game Wiki Web Is Too Strong To Be Cut
Omori Game Walkthrough Guide – This Web Is Too Strong To Be Cut.

The web was too strong to be cut. It should have a purpose, right? Well, I will soon learn what that purpose is.

Omori Game Wiki Mrow White Space Cat

I continued east, where I saw Mrow (the cat that hangs around White Space). I figured I’d say hi.

Omori Game Wiki Spider
Omori Game Wiki Spider Walking
Omori Game Wiki Mrow Turned Into A Spider

It was a terrible idea. As soon as I walked up to Mrow, it transformed into a terrifying spider that caught Omori and friends and teleported them back to that spider web.

Omori needs to cut them down before attempting it again.

Omori Game Wiki Omori Cuts Down The Spider

To my horror, after running past the first Mrow, there were more, and they were fast. I had my finger holding down the sprint key because I don’t have my movement speed set to sprint by default in the menu.

Omori Game Wiki You Got Faux Tail
Omori Game Walkthrough Guide – You Got Faux Tail!

After peaking my anxiety, I found a blue watermelon (hoping this was the last railroad piece I needed). It ended up being another charm. The faux tail gives +15 speed. Since I already gave Kel cat ears, I gave it to Hero since he has the lowest speed of the party.

Omori Game Wiki Looking For The One Eye

Continuing through this horrifying maze, I came across a tree stump where that figure with the one eye disappeared before I could walk up to it.

Omori Game Wiki Searching In The Forest
Omori Game Wiki Friends In Front Of The Web
Omori Game Wiki Looks Like A Blue Melon In Forest
Omori Game Wiki You Got Magical Bean
Omori Game Walkthrough Guide – You Got Magical Bean!

If you continue east, you’ll come across a clearing where you’ll see a shadow (one I’m assuming is Basil) and another blue watermelon. I opened it (again, hoping it was the missing railroad piece) only to find another charm. The magical bean starts the holder off with a random emotion. I see this coming in handy sometimes, but I need my stat increases for now.

Omori Game Wiki This Lamp Was Lit Recently
Omori Game Walkthrough Guide – This Lamp Was Lit Recently.

There’s a lamp nearby, but it didn’t do me any good. Where the heck is this last railroad piece? I’m assuming I need to find it so I can use the cart to burst through the object keeping me from Sweetheart’s Castle.

We continue with the next part; Omori Walkthrough Gameplay Guide: Part Forty


If you like to stay up to date on the development of the upcoming game Sea Of Trees, please leave your email address here. You’ll be the first to know when the playable demo is available. Check out the trailer below:

Video Game Trailer Sea Of Trees


Like it? Share with your friends!

2
1 share, 2 points
Bryan Havoc

I cover console video games like Crossfire, Minecraft, Apex Legends, Counter-Strike, Valorant, PUBG, Grand Theft Auto V, Destiny 2, Phasmophobia and everything in between.
Choose A Format
Story
Formatted Text with Embeds and Visuals
Open List
Submit your own item and vote up for the best submission