Omocat’s Omori receives a manga adaptation!

The official X account (formerly known as Twitter) of the beloved RPG Omori officially announced that the game will be receiving a manga series by the upcoming artist Nui Konoito and will be serialized by Kodansha Seinin Magazine. 

In celebration of the announcement, Nui Konoito made a beautiful black and white illustration showcasing the style of the manga in comparison to the game.

Omocat’s Omori receives a manga adaptation!


It’s confirmed that the manga is aimed at both longtime fans of the game and newcomers who will experience the story for the first time.

The game was first launched in December 2020 on PC via Steam and then received a Japanese version one year later. Additionally, it later came out on consoles such as the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

According to Anime News Network, the game is still receiving constant concerts, merchandise, and collaborations with Japanese brands.

What is Omori about and why is it so loved?

Omori. I'm not the biggest fan of horror. | by Josh | Medium

It tells the story of a strange monotone and colorful world filled with friends and foes alike as they navigate through the world to uncover forgotten past memories. The path the player chooses will determine their and their friend’s fate.

In our opinion, Omori has to be one of the most beloved indie games ever for its weird yet beautiful art style, compelling yet touching storyline, and an amazing soundtrack including the menacing yet beautiful My Time which can be listened to on Spotify.

By the time of writing this article, the game is currently on sale for $14.99 on Steam so we highly recommend giving it a try no matter what platform you play it on as it’s currently sitting at an ‘overwhelmingly Positive” score on Steam.

Visit Omori’s official website for more information here. 

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