omori achievements guide

Omori Achievements Guide

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Omori, or as I like to call it, “LSD Dream Emulator meets Earthbound,” is an RPG created by Omocat and many friends who, like her, are great artists. It’s an indie game with almost no budget, but let me tell you, this one is an absolute banger of a game.

Omori puts us in the skin of Omori, his friends Aubrey, Kel, Hero, Basil, and his sister, Mari. These kids live in a world named Headspace, where you can find everything from Sprout Moles to killer princesses and space pirates.

But nothing in Headspace is real, as it’s a dream world where the protagonist (canonically named Sunny) can escape from the rough past he had.

The game will take us on the adventure of discovering what happened to Sunny and why he parted ways with his friends in real life, while at the same time, we’ll be exploring Headspace in search of Basil, who got lost without leaving a trace.

This game has everything you can ask for in an RPG; an excellent and original battle system, a gigantic world to explore, several sidequests and secrets to find, and many achievements.

Some of them are very hard to get, and others are as easy as completing a sidequest, but the thing is that the game has 84 achievements, and most of them are time-sensitive, so it’ll be a complicated task. Don’t worry; I’ll be with you on this adventure. Without further ado, welcome to my Omori Achievement Guide!

Quick Facts

  • Genre: RPG, Adventure Game.
  • Difficulty: 7/10
  • Number Of Playthroughs Required: 2 and many resets to get all the endings.
  • Time to complete: 40-50 hours. It’s a long game.
  • Number of achievements: 84
  • Percentage of players with all achievements: 1.4%

The Roadmap to Success

Bear with me; knowing what to do here is essential to not having to do more than two playthroughs. A small mistake, and you’ll be forced to play the game again only for a single achievement.

Step 1: Normal Route

omori normal route

It’s important to know that the game has two main routes and five endings, but only three endings count for an achievement. So, in our first step, you’ll go through the Normal Route.

You’ll find it out there as Sunny’s Route, as Sunny is the protagonist’s name in real life (even though you can use any name on him).

To go through the Normal Route, you’ll have to open the door whenever Kel comes to your house. This will give you access to Faraway Town.

During this route, you’ll get these story-related achievements: 

  • Alt+F4
  • See you, Space Boyfriend…
  • Good Morning!
  • Oyasumi.
  • Buy high, sell low.
  • When I flex, I feel my best!
  • Slime Time is Over!
  • Whale done.

Aside from those, here’s a list of the achievements you can get while in Headspace, in order:

  • You think you’re clever, huh…
  • Green Thumb
  • Littering is bad, recycling is better.
  • So majestic, so beautiful…
  • One for the Road
  • Goodbye, World!
  • They call me SCARETHROW.
  • Power of Friendship!
  • Perfect Weather Conditions
  • Christmas Crusher
  • Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Sympathizer
  • Everyone’s a critic.
  • As expected from professionals!
  • Hope and Vigor!
  • The Chosen One
  • Ohooooooooo…
  • Ain’t nobody here but us chickens.
  • The currency of the future…
  • Ghost Party!
  • xD
  • Good Dog?
  • The First Law
  • R.I.P.
  • Bunny Exterminator
  • Squizzard Exterminator
  • Recycling is a concept
  • Mmm… SWEETHEART, I mean, TOFU.
  • Patron of the Arts

After these achievements, then you can go for these in the Real World:

  • Up high…, Down low… and Too Slow!
  • Against all odds…
  • That can’t be good for business.
  • Math Whiz
  • Grammar Whiz
  • It’s honest work.
  • Good Company
  • I’ll just take that…
  • The Art of Self-Defense
  • Bees?
  • The Very Best
  • Tummy Full of Fish
  • When she was here…
  • Reduce, reuse, and recycle!
  • Music Connoisseur of Sorts
  • Universally Loved

And lastly, the ending-related achievements. It’s fair to say that you don’t need to replay the whole game several times to get all the endings, as there’s a Save picnic basket near the moment when you can decide which ending you want to get.

You can get two achievements as there are two endings for the Normal Route:

  • One more day…
  • Close your eyes…

Step 2: Hikikomori Route

omori hikikomori route

This time, you’ll be playing the game on the Hikikomori Route. You’ll have to stay home and ignore Kel whenever he knocks on the door to access this route.

Here are the achievements you can get during this route. You can complete all of them during your last day in Headspace, except for the first two, which you must get in Real World.

  • Good Boy
  • Minty Fresh
  • I’ll cherish you all forever
  • The Brightest Stars
  • Take Me to the River!
  • Welcome Home
  • See you, Space Husband…
  • Repressed
  • Inhuman
  • Seriously, you’re the coolest!
  • Minor Imperfection
  • A bit Less Lonely
  • The view is pretty nice…
  • We’ll always be there for you, OMORI.
  • Anytime is a good time for a picnic!
  • Foes Filed!

And now, the last ending that counts for an achievement: 

  • There’s something behind you… 

After getting all the achievements, you’ll also get the very last one:

  • It was all a dream…

Omori Achievements

Omori has a total of 84 achievements. So, grab some snacks and a good drink because you and I will be here grinding these achievements for a long while. Let’s go!

Good Morning

  • Average Percentage: 57.1%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 0/10

You’ll earn this achievement automatically after finishing the Prologue.


  • Average Percentage: 54.1%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 0/10

This one is also story-related, and you’ll get it at the end of Three Days Left, as soon as you hit the bed in Real World.


  • Average Percentage: 60.5%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 3/10

This one is an achievement you’ll get after defeating the Download Window, which you can find in Junkyard. It’s not a difficult battle, as this battle works more as an introduction to boss fights.

See You, Space Boyfriend…

see you, space boyfriend… omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 58.0%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 6/10

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to defeat Space Boyfriend, the first major boss fight of the game.

How to Defeat Space Boyfriend

  • Space Boyfriend offers us a battle where he gets Angry, and you can’t take him out of there, so you’ll have to make your team Happy with Aubrey to get an Emotion advantage against him.
  • You can decrease Space Boyfriend’s attack by using Omori’s Mock.
  • If one of the team members gets hurt, remember Hero has an ability named Cook, where he bakes a healing cookie (where’s the furnace?). You can only use it on one of the party members, so choose wisely.


  • Average Percentage: 44.2%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 8/10

Another boss fight-related achievement. This time, you’ll have to beat Sweetheart, the second major boss fight of the game.

How to Defeat Sweetheart

  • Sweetheart gets Happy, and you can’t take her out of that state.
  • This time, you’ll have much more resources to beat her. I recommend equipping Omori with Sad Poem, Trick, Hack Away, and Painful Truth, Aubrey with Power Hit, and Hero with Snack Time as their abilities.
  • You should also buy several Poetry Books before the battle.
  • On your first turn, you must use Omori’s Sad Poem on himself, while the rest of the party will use the Poetry Books. This will make the party Sad, so you’ll get an advantage against Sweetheart. After that, use Omori’s Trick and Aubrey’s Power Hit to deal damage and decrease her Defense.

Buy High, Sell Low…

  • Average Percentage: 40.9%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 5/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to defeat Mr. Jawsum, the third major boss fight of the game. 

How to Defeat Mr. Jawsum

  • Mr. Jawsum is a weak boss with not-so-many strategies besides setting a wall of Gator Guys in front of him to protect himself from damage. 
  • Using Multi-Targeted moves and Follow-Ups like Kel’s Pass To Hero, Kel’s Run’N’Gun, or Aubrey’s Wind-Up Throw is ideal in this battle.

When I Flex, I Feel My Best!

  • Average Percentage: 40.7%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 5/10

This time, you’ll have to beat Pluto (Expanded), a boss fight you’ll have right after beating Mr. Jawsum, to get this achievement.

Pluto is relatively easy to beat, as you can set your party up as you do against lesser boss fights; Use Kel’s Airhorn to make all the party Angry, then use Omori’s Sad Poem to make Pluto Sad. After that, use Aubrey’s Power Hit to decrease its defenses and Omori’s Mock to decrease its attack. It should be more than enough.

Slime Time Is Over!

  • Average Percentage: 37.5%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 7/10

You’ll have to defeat the Slime Girls to earn this achievement. This one is a boss fight you’ll encounter in Humphrey. 

How To Defeat The Slime Girls (H4)

  • The slimy trio will usually attack by throwing different bottles at the party that will deal damage and change the target’s Emotion. To avoid getting outplayed, you should have plenty of Emotion-changing items in your inventory. This way, you keep your Juice up.
  • Midway through the battle, the trio will use a move that will swap your party’s HP and Juice and then deal damage to all the kids with a multi-target attack. Try to keep both Juice and HP up during the battle.
  • During the last phase of the battle, they’ll use a move that will deplete everyone’s Juice, and after that, they’ll make a powerful attack. You can continue without Juice if you deal constant damage and keep your Energy bar up to perform a Release Energy Follow-Up.

Whale Done.

  • Average Percentage: 37.2%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 8.5/10

This one is a very challenging achievement, as you’ll have to defeat Humphrey in a battle to get it.

How to Defeat Humphrey

  • The battle against Humphrey consists of three stages, the first is Swarm, then Grande, and then you’ll battle against its Face. 
  • Humphrey is all about brute force, so you’ll have to use all your resources to decrease its Attack and Defense while setting up an Emotion advantage to take it down. It’s a long battle, where you’ll have to use many items to heal and get more Juice.
  • Use the Release Energy Follow-Up as often as possible, and you’ll be fine.

Good Boy

good boy omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 7.3%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll have to complete the To-Do List your mother left for you to get this achievement. This achievement is story-related, but it’s exclusive to the Hikikomori Route.

One More Day…

  • Average Percentage: 34.4%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

This achievement is attached to the Good Ending of the Normal Route. If you decide to continue the battle against Omori in the last sequence of the game, you’ll get this ending and, therefore, this achievement. 

Close Your Eyes…

  • Average Percentage: 13.8%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

This achievement will be yours after getting the Bad Ending of the Sunny Route, which is as simple as giving up when battling against Omori.

There’s Something Behind You…

  • Average Percentage: 10.4%
  • Missable?: No
  • Difficulty: 6/10

Complete the game in the Hikikomori Route to earn this achievement.

Green Thumb

  • Average Percentage: 67.8%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll have to water Basil’s flowers, which you’ll see during the Prologue in the Headspace, to earn this achievement. It’s enough if you do it only once, but I recommend doing it every time you start an episode.

So Majestic… So Beautiful…

  • Average Percentage: 38.1%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll get this achievement after completing Berly’s Tetherball quest and then going to the Otherworld for the first time. To complete Berly’s quest, you must talk with her in the Playground. Berly tell you Van sent the tetherball flying towards the Vast Forest.

The ball isn’t far away; from the Playground, go south and then head west to reach the Vast Forest. After that, keep traveling to the west but only through the bottom path. Eventually, you’ll find a slight detour with a bridge. There, you’ll find the ball. 

As you find the tetherball, return to the Playground, go through the cutscene where Berly teaches Aubrey to do Headbutts, and then go to the Otherworld. You’ll get there from the Playground if you go north and then head east. There, you’ll find a ladder you have to climb.

As you reach the Otherworld, you’ll see a short cutscene where Kel uses Aubrey’s Butt Certificate (What a name…) as a conquering flag, Neil Armstrong-style. That’s when you’ll get the achievement.

Recycling Is a Concept.

  • Average Percentage: 3.4% 
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 7/10

You’ll have to recycle 50 trash pieces in the Recycling Machine on the Otherworld to earn this achievement. 

You’ll get trash by battling in the Junkyard, as Kel always gives you some trash before starting the battle.


what's the big idea omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 41.0%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Go to Otherworld Campsite and then head east. Eventually, you’ll see a small zone filled with Traffic Cones. If you cut them all and talk with the Sprout Mole hidden there, the Mole will scold you for being a busybody, and you’ll get the achievement. Privacy, please!


  • Average Percentage: 14.0%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3/10

You’ll have to complete the Weeping Willow Quest to get this achievement. To do it, go to the first room of Pyrefly Forest, where you’ll see a waterfall and a yellow book. You can interact with the waterfall by throwing some clams there. If you do, the Weeping Willow will appear, asking you to tell her a good joke. After that, take the yellow book. 

The next step is to travel to the Last Resort. If you turn right at the entrance, you’ll see a big JOKE post. Interact with it and then return to the Weeping Willow’s Lair. 

Lastly, give Hero the party’s lead, tell her a joke, and you’ll earn the achievement.

Christmas Crusher

  • Average Percentage: 38.1%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Cut the Christmas Tree in the Sprout Mole Village, and you’ll get the achievement. The Grinch would be proud!

Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Sympathizer

  • Average Percentage: 14.9% (Spring), 13.1% (Summer), 15.7% (Fall), 22.0% (Winter).
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You can unlock these four achievements in the Sprout Mole Village. There, you’ll find four special Sprout Moles with different leaves in their heads, and every one represents a season. 

First, save the game. Then, go and talk with one of the Moles and agree with them. After that, reset the game and repeat the process with the three left.


  • Average Percentage: 45.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

During your adventure in the Sweetheart Castle, you’ll find a kitchen. The Moles of the place will ask you for help to bake a cake; if you make a mistake and use a wrong ingredient in the mix, the cake will be a disaster. The Mole chef will taste it and, as it’s a dreadful cake, it’ll die (literally). That’s when you’ll get this achievement.

Everyone’s a Critic.

  • Average Percentage: 5.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

You’ll earn this tedious achievement by reaching the cinema in Sweetheart’s Castle and watching all the 12 movies. 

The best way to do this achievement is by entering and leaving the activity repeatedly until the achievement pops out.

As Expected from Professionals!

as expected from professionals! omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 33.0%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 4/10

You’ll earn this achievement after helping the Sprout Mole choir from falling asleep while singing.

The choir’s Maestro will ask you for help; that’s when Kel will come into action. You’ll have to play a minigame where you have to throw tomatoes at the Moles to keep them awake. The best moment to throw tomatoes is when they are closing their eyes. You’ll notice it as you start playing!

Hope and Vigor!

  • Average Percentage: 15.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3/10

Complete the Orange Joe’s Quest to earn this achievement. 

The quest is all about finding Orange Joe’s brother, Oragne Joe. He’s hiding on the second floor of Dino’s Dig in Orange Oasis.

The Chosen One

  • Average Percentage: 18.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll have to complete the Rain Town Quest to get this achievement. Rain Town is a secret location hidden in a water puddle in Orange Oasis.

As you enter Rain Town, the Veggie Kids that live there will ask you to adjust a valve so they can be comfortable there. So, your mission is to turn the valve to the right. That’s all you have to do.

By the way, if you turn the valve to the left, you’ll flood the place, killing all the kids and making the area inaccessible. Cool, right?

Ain’t Nobody Here but us Chickens

  • Average Percentage: 6.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10

To earn this achievement, you must defeat the “Chicken?” in the Dino’s Dig. 

This is tricky because the “Chicken?” will run away when they sense danger. So, to land a hit on it, equip Omori with a Daisy and use Omori’s Lucky Slice when you get into battle. This will make Omori hit first, defeating the “Chicken?” and granting you the achievement.

The Currency of the Future…

  • Average Percentage: 9.8%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll earn this achievement after trading all your Clams for Clems, a currency as viable as the NFTs in real life. What a scam!

A Shady Sprout Mole will appear after beating Mr. Jawsum and leaving the Last Resort, offering to trade your Clams for his fake Clems. Accept the trade, and the achievement will be yours. 

Don’t worry; you can get your money back if you go to the Deep Well. There, you’ll see a toll booth where the Shady Mole is hiding.

Ghost Party!

  • Average Percentage: 10.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3/10 

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to complete the Ghost Party Subquest, which you can find in a pool next to the Last Resort. 

As you go and talk with the Tophat Ghost, it’ll ask you to find his guests, who got lost. Here are the locations of the Ghosts you have to look for: 

  • Last Resort, on one of the rooms on the 4th floor
  • Sweetheart’s Castle, in the Royal Gallery
  • Orange Oasis, hidden in the bottom right corner, in a small corridor
  • In the Frozen Lake of the Otherworld, next to a Mari Picnic
  • In the Conveyor Belt zone of the Junkyard
  • In the Pinwheel Forest, at the very right of the floating island

As you find them all, return to the Ghost Party zone and talk with the Tophat Ghost to get the achievement.

Good Dog?

  • Average Percentage: 8.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to pet all the creatures of Marina’s Zone, in Humphrey, precisely on the second floor.

Try not to poke them because they’ll disappear, so you can’t get the achievement. Also, poking strangers is rude. Stop doing that.


mmm… sweetheart, i mean, tofu omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 7.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Find 99 Tofu pieces to earn this achievement. 

Bunny Exterminator

  • Average Percentage: 6.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

Kill 100 bunnies to get this achievement. It can be any bunny, but the thing is to kill 100. 

You can do this achievement in a moment by grinding battles against them in the Vast Forest.

Squizzard Exterminator

  • Average Percentage: 3.4%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

Kill 100 Squizzards to get this achievement. The Squizzards spawn in the Seacow Farms, a zone you can only access after defeating Mr. Jawsum. 


  • Average Percentage: 19.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to commission Rococo. 

Rococo is in the Sweetheart’s Castle, in a cave you find before entering the stage where you fight against Sweetheart. Note that this zone will be available only after defeating Sweetheart.

Patron of the Arts

  • Average Percentage: 4.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 7/10

You’ll earn this achievement after commissioning Rococo five more times. 

To do this, you’ll need a whooping amount of 105k Clams. I got this amount of Clams by farming on the Squizzard farm. The Farmer helped me immensely; the rest came from the Squizzards themselves.

A Bit Less Lonely

  • Average Percentage: 3.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3/10

You’ll get this achievement by commissioning the artist Gator Guy seven times. 

To do it, as you go to Last Resort and talk with Mr. Jawsum, he’ll leave Hero in charge of the Resort. After that, you’ll be able to get to the fourth floor, where you can find the artist Gator Guy. You’ll need 18k Clams to pay for the statues.

Take Me to The River!

  • Average Percentage: 6.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to activate the Singer Fish of the igloo in Frozen Lake (in Otherworld) and listen to the whole song.

To turn the fish on, you’ll need some batteries. You’ll get them if you go to Space Boyfriend’s house and talk with his father.

Welcome Home

welcome home omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 4.7%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

For this achievement, you’ll have to go to Sweetheart’s Castle on One Day Left and find and accept the trade of the Keeper of the Castle. The 180° face guy is hiding in the southwest wing of the castle, in a wall with curtains. 

You should do this achievement at the end; otherwise, you’ll lose access to Sweetheart’s Castle and all the achievements you must do there.

I’ll Cherish You All Forever.

  • Average Percentage:
  • Missable?:
  • Difficulty: 1/10

After rescuing Basil, go to any Picnic spot before going through any ending. There, you’ll find both Mari and Basil. If you talk with Basil, he’ll give you a Flower Crown, and you’ll get the achievement.

Anytime is a Good Time for a Picnic!

  • Average Percentage: 2.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to heal on all the 25 picnic spots of the Headspace.

We’ll always be there for you, OMORI.

  • Average Percentage: 2.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

You must watch yourself in the 11 mirrors on Headspace to earn this achievement.

The View is Pretty Nice…

  • Average Percentage: 3.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

To complete this achievement, you’ll have to use all the telescopes you’ll find in Otherworld, Orange Oasis, Underwater Highway, and Snowglobe Mountain.

Power of Friendship!

power of friendship! omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 51.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Use the Release Energy! Follow-Up for the first time to complete this achievement.

One for the Road

  • Average Percentage: 28.0%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10

You must kill an enemy using Omori’s Bread Slice to get this achievement.

Perfect Weather Conditions

  • Average Percentage: 34.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 4/10

You’ll get this achievement shortly after defeating the Kite Kid. You can find the kid and his evil kite in Pinwheel Forest, near one of Mari’s Picnic spots.

The battle is straightforward; you have to focus on the kid, not the kite, as the kid can repair the kite whenever he wants.


  • Average Percentage: 27.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5.5/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to defeat a secret boss, which is none other than our dear friend (and almost a planet) Pluto. He’s peeping behind a tree in Otherworld’s Campsite.

For this battle, Pluto and his arms will count as separate enemies, making the battle a 3v4. Nonetheless, I recommend you focus entirely on Pluto. Set an Emotion advantage against him, use your Follow-Ups wisely, and you’ll win.

Goodbye, World!

  • Average Percentage: 29.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

You can fight against The Earth in the hallway that leads to the Junkyard from Captain Spaceboy’s Lair. If you destroy the earth, you’ll get the achievement.


  • Average Percentage: 13.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

Defeat the Unbread Twins to get this achievement. You can find them in Breaven, a secret place in the Orange Oasis.

How to Defeat the Unbread Twins

  • These guys have the same mechanic as Space Boyfriend and Sweetheart, but in this case, they get Sad, and you can’t take them out of there.
  • To win the battle, use Kel’s Megaphone to annoy everyone. Then, use Aubrey’s Power Hit and some Rubber Bands to decrease their Defenses.

See You, Space Husband…

  • Average Percentage: 5.8%
  • Missable?: Yes (He’s a hidden boss)
  • Difficulty: 7.5/10

Defeat Space Ex-Husband to get this achievement. You’ll find him in Snowglobe Mountain.

How to Defeat Space Ex-Husband

  • Space Husband is usually Neutral. When he’s in that state, you can’t hit him. Use skills like Guard to protect all the party from his attacks.
  • You can only change its Emotion state if he starts recalling memories. You can know which Emotion you have to turn him into by reading his words carefully. 
  • After two turns, he’ll switch to Neutral once again, so the battle gets into a cycle.

The Brightest Stars

  • Average Percentage: 4.7%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 7/10

This time, you’ll have to defeat Pluto and The Earth in a battle to get this achievement. This Tag-Team appears in the shortcut to the Junkyard and only during the One Day Left chapter. 

The battle is simple; The Earth’s strategy is to set every of your party members Sad, or even Depressed, to use multi-target moves on you. The thing is that The Earth has no further control over emotions, so you can set it Happy to get an advantage against it. Do the same with Pluto and brute force them to win.

The First Law

  • Average Percentage: 5.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 4/10

Defeat Roboheart to get this achievement. You can find it in Humphrey, in Molly’s Hard-Level puzzle room, but only after finding Molly and watching the cutscene when Roboheart meets Sweetheart.


  • Average Percentage: 4.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5.5/10

Defeat Mutantheart to get this achievement. This battle is only available in the Normal Route, and you can fight against her after helping Marina with her side quest.

The battle against Mutantheart is like playing Simon Says; Mutantheart will say an Emotion, and all party members must change into that Emotion. If they don’t, Mutantheart will instantly KO them. That’s why items like Poetry Books, Air Horns, and Sparklers are essential for this battle.

Minor Imperfection

minor imperfection omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 4.0%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 9.5/10

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to defeat Perfectheart. This one is the most brutal battle of the game; nonetheless, at this point, you should have more than enough resources to win.

How to defeat Perfectheart

  • First, do some level grinding. Level 50 is ideal for this battle. Also, go to the Lost Library and get all the exclusive skills by defeating all the Somethings. You should have Red Hands as well.
  • Buy Whole Chickens (In Orange Oasis) and Melon Smoothies (In the Mailbox at Last Resort). You’ll need them.
  • Use her first phase to decrease her Defenses with Aubrey’s Power Hit and her Speed with Omori’s Cripple. For her second phase, don’t rely on Emotions; keep hitting her and healing your party whenever possible.

Seriously, You’re the Coolest!

  • Average Percentage: 3.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 10/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to beat the Boss Rush, a minigame where you beat all the mandatory bosses of the game in a single run. You’ll find this minigame in Humphrey, exactly, in the Puzzle Room.


  • Average Percentage: 4.8%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

You’ll have to defeat the three Somethings in the Lost Library to get this achievement. 

You must first go to the Deeper Well and find three Sheet Music pieces. Then, return to Sweetheart’s Castle and then go to the Lost Library. 

Unlock the Piano Room by reading the six blue books, and place the Sheet Music pieces on the Piano. It’ll open the three rooms that contain the three Somethings.

Up High…, Down low…, and Too Slow!

  • Average Percentage: 52.6% (Up high…), 31.0% (Down low…), 11.5% (Too slow!)
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll have to accept High-Five Kel every time he offers it for the first two achievements, while for the last one, you must refuse Kel’s High-Five. To do these three achievements at once, Save the game before High-Five Kel. Then, refuse Kel, and load the game to continue as usual.

Minty Fresh

  • Average Percentage: 6.1%. People don’t care about oral hygiene these days.
  • Missable?: Yes 
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Brush your teeth every time you wake up in Real World to earn this achievement. 

I’ll just Take that…

  • Average Percentage: 10.8%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll complete this achievement by stealing 20 bucks from Kel’s wardrobe. 

It’s Honest Work.

  • Average Percentage: 16.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3/10

Complete all the part-time jobs in Faraway Plaza at least once to get this achievement.

Against All Odds…

  • Average Percentage: 11.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 3.5/10

To earn this achievement, take the job at Gino’s Pizza and deliver the pizzas without missing anything or going to the incorrect house.

That can’t be Good for Business.

that can't be good for business omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 5.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Quit a part-time job to earn this achievement.

Good Company

  • Average Percentage: 9.1%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10
  1. During Three Days Left, you must go to Fix-It and find the couple trying to choose a color for their house. As you help them, they will invite you to a party.
  2. Reach their place during One Day Left, but only in the morning. You’ll get there as it’s in the same alley as Aubrey’s one. Help the lady, Karen, to make some food, and then you can leave.
  3. Lastly, during the afternoon of that same day, go to the couple’s house again. They’ll let you enter the party, so you’ll get the achievement.

Math Whiz

  • Average Percentage: 8.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

Take a poster that asks for a math tutor in Gino’s Pizza. If you go to the place and help the kid with his math homework, you’ll get some money and the achievement. The answers to the questions are 204, 32, and -2.

Grammar Whiz

  • Average Percentage: 7.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

This one is the same as the previous one but with grammar instead of math. The job post is in the same place as the Math job.

You’ll get the achievement as you help a little girl with her homework. Answers: On, Adverb, and “I think eggplant is the better-tasting soft vegetable.”

Good Dog

  • Average Percentage: 39.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll earn this achievement by petting Kel’s dog.

Tummy Full of Fish

  • Average Percentage: 2.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10

You’ll get this achievement by feeding the orange cat that roams around in Faraway Town. 

You must feed it twice daily, once during the morning and again during sunset. The orange cat (I want to call it Garfield!) only eats fish. You can get a good stack of fish in the Faraway Plaza.


  • Average Percentage: 28.9%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

During Three Days Left, you can battle against Kim and Vance. If you lose the battle, you’ll get this achievement.

The Art of Self-defense

  • Average Percentage: 10.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

You’ll have to defeat Aubrey and her gang with the Pepper Spray to earn this achievement. 

While in Kel’s house, if you interact with Kel’s Mother’s purse, you’ll get the Pepper Spray. You can do this after the cutscene where Polly appears looking for Basil.


  • Average Percentage: 6.0%
  • Missable?: Yes 
  • Difficulty: 1/10

After finishing Kel’s errands in Two Days Left, reach the park and move to the top west zone. There, you’ll find a hive of wasps you can battle against. As you win, you’ll earn the achievement.

Music Connoisseur of Sorts

music connoisseur of sorts omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 2.0%
  • Missable?: Yes 
  • Difficulty: 5/10

Collect all the 13 CDs you can find in Faraway Town and insert them in Gino’s Pizza Jukebox to get this achievement.

The Very Best

  • Average Percentage: 6.6%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 4/10

This one is another multi-step achievement you can do whenever you want. 

The first step is to go to Hobbeez and buy a Pet Rock. Then, roam through the town, challenging and defeating people in Pet Rock, which isn’t more than just a Rock-Paper-Scissors game. 

As you beat many people, return to Hobbeez and challenge the shopkeeper. He’ll ask you to defeat four more guys. And lastly, you’ll have to beat the Champion. Then, you’ll get the achievement.

Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle!

  • Average Percentage: 3.7%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 5/10

Go to the Recycultist Lair and beat their boss to earn the achievement.

First, you must do a small sidequest during Two Days left to unlock the Lair. So, if you go to the same street where Basil lives and move to the rightmost house, you’ll find a woman annoyed because her son is taking a hot minute buying a Lamp in Fix-It. 

Go to Fix-It. You’ll find a weird man there who says the whole world is trash. How rude! Anyway, after that, you unlocked the Lair. 

You can access it in One Day Left, hidden in the Hangout Spot.

Littering is Bad, Recycling is Better.

  • Average Percentage: 7.1%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

To get this one, open your inventory and trash something. Hey, don’t litter the town!

Universally Loved

  • Average Percentage: 2.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 6/10

To get this achievement and a beautiful floral arrangement in the hospital during the ending, you’ll have to do all the sidequests of Faraway Town. 


  • Average Percentage: 6.5%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10

As you arrive at the Black Space, if you go through the door next to the center of the Black Space, you’ll find a zone named Town Area. Then, move to the top; you’ll see some tombs there. Interact with them until finding the one that will teleport you to the Devs Room. 

As you arrive at the Devs Room, you must interact with all the tombs to get the achievement.

You think You’re Clever, huh…

  • Average Percentage: 8.2%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10 

During your name selection, insert “OMOCAT” as your name. The achievement will pop up after that, but don’t worry; you can choose a proper name after getting the achievement.

When She was Here…

  • Average Percentage: 17.3%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 1/10

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to buy some flowers in Fix-It during One Day Left. Then, reach the church and go to the graveyard to put the flowers in Mari’s tomb.

Foes Filed!

foes filed! omori achievement

  • Average Percentage: 2.4%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 8/10

To get this achievement, you’ll have to fill the book of foes Hero gives you during the Prologue. You’ll do it by encountering every enemy in the game, including bosses and lesser bosses. 

They Call me SCARETHROW.

  • Average Percentage: 19.1%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 2/10

To earn this achievement, you’ll have to meet the Scarethrow, a well-hidden scarecrow that lives in the Junkyard. 

If you explore the whole zone, you’ll find two Gator Guys in front of an opened container, blocking access to it. Nonetheless, you can return after unlocking Kel’s throw. As you can see, the Gator Guys will move away, giving you access to the container. 

You’ll see Scarethrow and some high ground where Kel can step and throw things at it. Keep throwing stuff at the Scarethrow; eventually, the achievement will be yours.

It’s All a Dream…

  • Average Percentage: 1.4%
  • Missable?: Yes
  • Difficulty: 10/10

As you get all the achievements, this one will also be yours. It’s your reward for grinding the achievements of this game. Enjoy it!

Omori Achievements Guide: FAQs

Question: Is Omori a Challenging Game to Start Grinding Achievements?

Answer: Yes, it is. But all its difficulty comes from knowing what to do and where to go in the exact moments. I recommend Omori to someone who likes to grind achievements and wants a big challenge that will take a lot of time.

Question: Which is the most Complex Achievement of Omori?

Answer: If we discard the boss fight-related ones because their difficulty comes from beating a demanding boss, I would say Foes Filed!

Question: Which is the Hardest Real World Achievement of Omori?

Answer: Universally Loved. It’s like Foes Filed! as it forces you to explore Faraway Town and complete all the quests there. It just takes a lot of time!


Omori is an excellent game with some of the funniest and most original achievements ever. It was such a pleasure to play this game. If you made this long journey alongside me, I hope you enjoyed it, and let me tell you, this game is pretty tricky in terms of achievements. So, yeah, I’m proud of you.

But if you are still considering playing Omori and getting all the achievements, I can’t do much more than wish you good luck. You’ll be here for a long while.

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