Omori Walkthrough Guide: Part One

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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
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Part Ten Gameplay Video
Part Eleven Gameplay Video
Part Twelve Gameplay Video
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Part Fifteen Gameplay Video
Part Sixteen Gameplay Video

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I don’t know whether this is fortunate or unfortunate, but I wasn’t one of the ones who waited since Omori’s Kickstarter to get hyped about the game. I only recently found out about Omori last month when I was perusing through horror games on Steam, so I didn’t get to experience the mix of hype and frustration others have for over half a decade. However, I am excited to get into the game now, so here we go!

I’m not familiar with the developer or their art, but from what I’ve gathered, a lot of the game was hand-drawn by the project leader themselves. That’s very impressive, to be honest.

The first cutscene alone before entering the first area was beautifully made.

As soon as you finish the first scene, you enter a white area with a cat, a journal, a laptop, a lightbulb, and some tissues.

Everything in the room is incredibly depressing. I suggest clicking everything, as I’m not sure when we’ll be able to re-enter this area (if at all) as we continue with Omori.

I won’t show all the drawings in the journal because I want you to experience the game yourself, eventually, but I will show you one that stood out to me. Maybe it’s because it reminds me so much of drawings I used to do as a kid.

Trust me. I’m okay.

You’ll want to walk around and click everything. You’re not confined, per se, to the black box in the white area, so walk to the right, and you’ll see a knife. You’ll eventually run into what I can only describe as a sperm. Sorry, but that’s what I see; it could be something completely different.

You can look through the laptop to see what everyone’s Xanga or LiveJournal page looked like before 2010. “Everything was okay,” yeah, this is still something I tell myself.

Eventually, your only option is to walk through the door that, I can only describe, is the stuff of cat-fueled nightmares, but contains Omori’s friends.

It’s clear you need to talk to Aubrey (the girl in the middle), but I would walk around and click on everything first to get acclimated with the controls (and the general vibe of Omori).

After meeting Kel and Hero, you’ll be prompted to speak with Aubrey, who tells you that she’s looking for her stuffed toy. What were they doing before you entered the room? It’s not that big of a room, couldn’t they find it themselves?

Fortunately, I found it during my first try (honestly, I haven’t seen gameplay of this at all) by clicking on the watermelon in the bottom left corner.

After another small talking scene, your friends will tell you that it’s time to meet with Mari and Basil at the playground.

Don’t try leaving without your friends. The cat in the background seems a little judgemental.

Once you leave this almost surreal space, you enter a forested area where Aubrey gets stuck in the trunk of the tree. After a short scene where they reluctantly pull her out, you can finally take control of the group. However, you’re not able to save just yet.

Take a moment to get acclimated to the menu of Omori, but not all the options are available yet.

Head directly south, and you’ll see an almost otherworldly playground with an almost seizure-inducing picnic blanket (for some reason, it was glitching out for me).

Once you make your way to the picnic blanket, you’ll meet Mari and Basil.

They’ll have you look through a beautiful photo album filled with photographs. The artist clearly put a lot of time and dedication into this art.

Once you’ve completed the scene, you’ll be prompted to finally save the game.

You save the game by clicking on the picnic basket, setting up the file for your first playthrough.

To continue – Part Two Of Omori Walkthrough 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 One Gameplay

Part Two Gameplay

Part Three Gameplay

Part Four Gameplay

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Bryan Havoc

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