Omno is a recreation about just a little onion-shaped adventurer travelling round an “historic world of wonders” on an epic quest to find… one thing. That one thing contains frogs, giants, crabs, and loads of puzzle-platforming. And, moderately impressively, it is a one-man undertaking, with German developer Jonas Manke on the helm (and, er, all the opposite components of the ship).
Wanting on the trailer, we’re very a lot getting Journey-meets-Xenoblade-meets-Sable vibes, which sounds perfect for anybody searching for a chill, cosy, “sit again and chill out” form of recreation. Plus, the Steam evaluations find it irresistible:
“Omno is visually gorgeous with its beautiful artwork fashion, has an creative strategy to introducing recreation mechanics seamlessly, and has a calming soundtrack that accompanies the game-play completely.”
“This recreation was truthfully phenomenal. I am not a fan of puzzles AT ALL however this recreation it was simplistic but stunning. I actually was mesmerised by this recreation and the way unbelievable it felt from begin to end.
Not as soon as was it boring. Not as soon as did I really feel prefer it was repetitive or annoying. It simply felt like perfection and the music.
OH BOY, THE MUSIC! SOOOOOOOO GOOD!”
Omno will come out on the Nintendo Change on the sixteenth December.