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OMORI

This week, OMOCAT shared a new trailer for OMORI, a surreal psychological horror game. You can view the video below.

Although there’s no release date yet, we do know that OMORI will be on Switch – it’s just a matter of when. You can learn more about the game here.

 It has been confirmed tonight at the Playism Tokyo Event that OMOCAT’s Omori will be coming to the Switch in Japan.

The game is due out in Japan in Spring 2020, and is inspired by both Earthbound as well as Yume Nikki. It had seen a previous release on 3DS back in 2014 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. An English release has also been confirmed for later in the year. 

We will have more information when it is made available. A description of the game’s a original launch, as well as a trailer, can be viewed below. 

We haven’t had much to report on for the indie game OMORI after it was funded on Kickstarter in 2014 and reached its 3DS stretch goal. But yesterday, OMOCAT finally prepared a new trailer for the project. View it below.

You can read about why OMORI is taking longer than anticipated in a new Kickstarter update here. Much of the issues involved come down to upgrading the engine being used.

With just a few hours remaining, OMORI managed to reach its 3DS stretch goal on Kickstarter. The campaign passed the $180,000 mark only a few minutes ago. You can check out the OMORI Kickstarter here.


OMOCAT has announced a 3DS stretch goal for its Kickstarter project “OMORI”. A portable version for Nintendo’s handheld is set at $180,000. With 22 days remaining, the campaign has raised a little over $68,000 thus far.

Here’s a brief overview of OMORI:

OMORI is a surreal psychological horror RPGmaker game. You must travel between two worlds, both welcoming, both concealing the same secrets. Meet new (old) people, fight new (old) enemies, explore your own memories, and uncover some hidden truths along the way (although you wish you hadn’t.) When the time comes, you can only choose one.

You can find OMORI’s Kickstarter page here.