This guide has all Foe Facts foe locations and what you need to find every foe in the game for the Foes File achievement. Please note the running from a foe still puts it in Foe Facts! No need to defeat it, this comes in handy for a few. See my Complete Omori Guide for info beyond foe facts.
Note if you’re going for the achievement, the Normal Route cannot complete Foe Facts! Only the Alternate or “Hikikomori” route has access to several enemies. These will be noted with a * in the list.
This guide is a collection of symbolism and common themes throughout Omori to help you understand the story. Major spoilers will be unmarked from this point on! This is definitely a read-once-you’ve-beaten-the-game thing, final warning.If there are missing terms/concepts/symbolism you’d like me to expand on please leave a comment.
Omori from Omocat has finally released after it’s successful Kickstarter over 5 years ago. I’ve decided to make a guide as I’m playing (I’ve been livestreaming it) to help others find all the secrets and surprisingly many hidden achievements in this great psychedelic horror/emotional RPG!
I’m a bit behind on updating but post in thecomments(I read every one, just like I do on my YouTube) and I’ll answer questions and add info people need ASAP! Please come talk about Omori in our Discord server (be respectful about spoilers!).
Spoilers are minimal but hey, it’s a guide. This mostly explains what is where and where to find things. I’ve intentionally avoided all story details possible.
Title: Omori Platform: PC & Mac (Steam), Switch, PS4, and Xbox One eventually Language: English Release date: 2020-12-25 Estimated length: 30+ hours for one playthrough 50+ hours for completion Developer: Omocat Price: $19.99 Genre: Surreal Horror/Turn Based RPG Filesize: 2GB Cloud Save: No Steam cloud save! Controller Support: Full Always Online: No Paid gambling element: No