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    Omno Begins Its Magical Pilgrimage, Play The Epic Solo Odyssey Now On Switch!

    Working in partnership with Future Friends Games, solo developer Jonas Manke (AKA Studio Inkyfox) has announced today that his epic solo adventure, ‘Omno’, is available now on the Nintendo Switch.

    Omno whisks you away on a journey of discovery through an ancient world of wonders, on a single-player adventure full of puzzles, secrets, and obstacles to overcome. Discover a vibrant world full of strange and wonderful lifeforms and uncover the truth behind your pilgrimage.

    “I’ve poured everything I had emotionally into the making of this game. Knowing that my very first commercial project, the one I’ve been crafting by myself for years, is now available on a Nintendo console is a childhood dream come true!”

    Jonas Manke – Creator of Omno

    Featuring:

    • A journey to the past – Uncover a timeless story of sacrifice and self-discovery as you piece together the truth behind your pilgrimage.
    • An ancient world to explore – Make your way through dense, atmospheric landscapes, from jungles to deserts to islands in the sky.
    • A dynamic moveset – A former professional animator, Jonas brings the movement to life, as you fluidly run, glide, dash, surf and teleport through dazzling natural landscapes.
      No combat, just curiosity – Peacefully bewitch and befriend a wide variety of mythical animals, from lively insects to hulking leviathans.
    • Perplexing puzzles – Think your way through an array of challenges to unlock a pathway to the light.
    • Short and sweet – Omno is a 4-5 hour adventure featuring five climates and a cast of fantastical creatures.
    • On the couch or on the go – Experience this magical odyssey in handheld mode for the very first time, or dock it to play on the big screen.
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