A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

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A remote village, whose people suffer from their daily problems and concerns.

Help those people with a small gesture on your part: craft an Omamori.
Go hunting for the spirits necessary for their creation and gift them away with love.

GameShell Controls (Xbox layout):

  • Arrows: Move.
  • A: Interact, charge sword attack.
  • X: Run,  or dash while charging the sword attack.

Keyboard Controls:

  • Arrows: Move.
  • J: Interact, charge sword attack.
  • U: Run,  or dash while charging the sword attack.

It is recommended to play it on PC at the moment.
On GameShell, please use the fbturbo driver. (Lima displays graphical glitches)

All assets were created during the jam.
To play the LÖVE file versions you need to have LÖVE (love2d) installed on your machine.
LÖVE 11.1 is the preferred version.
Then follow these instructions
: https://love2d.org/wiki/Getting_Started

GameShell is an Open Source, Hackable Game Console.
Check it out!

Omamori was made for the 2nd GameShell Game Jam.
However, having been unable to test the game on the GameShell during the development of the game, it is possible that it may have problems or bugs in the handheld version.

This is a jam prototype/experimental game, please keep this in mind as you play.

Consider making a donation if you liked Omamori or want to support my work.

Game by Samuele Zolfanelli.
Music by Marco Biagini.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date Jul 02, 2019
Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars
(5 total ratings)
GenreAdventure, Action
Made withLÖVE
Tags2D, LÖVE, Narrative, Pixel Art, Singleplayer, Slice Of Life, Stealth, supernatural
Average sessionA few minutes


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Omamori - Windows executable 18 MB
Omamori - Desktop LÖVE file 14 MB
Omamori - GameShell LÖVE file 14 MB

Development log


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Cute uwu


Why did i think this said Omori

Yeah, they sound similar but Omori is a different (full-fledged) game, released after Omamori.

After I finished the part in the forest, it just went to blue screen

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Sorry about that. The game is a jam prototype and has a few bugs.
Trying another time should work.


This looks really beautiful, nice work. I put you up on the fresh games section on the itch.io homepage.


Thank you! Really appreciate it!