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The link comes from developers at Grasshopper Creation, the same crew responsible for arty classics like Killer 7 and No More Heroes, so it's no surprise that the game is innovative and unique in every way.
Omori is a strange game; You've done a variety of activities, such as sneaking into an underwater casino, murdering a pop star, and even completing your homework.
Something about the RPG Maker engine lends itself to strange, unsettling RPGs. Fitting into the trend with games like Omori and Hilix, Re:Kinder is an obscure freeware RPG created by developer Parun.
One of Omori's big hooks is its double world conceit; You'll play part of the game in the real world and part of the game in the head of protagonist Sunny, in a surreal land known as Headspace.
Omori, the creator of Omori, got his start as a visual artist on Tumblr; If you were on the social media platform in the mid-2010s, you definitely saw her art being passed around.
Developer Austin Jorgensen created the word-of-mouth hit Lisa: The First in RPG Maker, in which you follow a young girl named Lisa as she escapes from her father.
Omori Yume is not the same as Nikki; It's actually directly inspired by this PC classic, and one of the game's most indelible sequels directly references Yuma Nikki's motif and ideas.
One of Omori's big tricks is its spirit system, which brings a unique twist to turn-based battles. You can manipulate the feelings of your party and your enemies