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Ao Oni

Ao Oni is a Japanese survival horror game with RPG and puzzle elements. Although each version differs heavily from the others, the objective is always the same. Locked in a mansion, you explore and solve puzzles while running from an enigmatic demon. This wiki serves as a source of collective information about the series and walkthroughs.

Ao Oni

The game has become a phenomenon, spawning hundreds of fan-games, spin offs, and even an official novel . Each game adds its own characters and monsters to the ever-expanding Oni universe. This wiki's purpose however, is to inform about official content that's published or given a license by noprops.

The complete list of all official versions can be found here. To play Ao Oni, take a look at the Installation Guide. The fun of playing these games comes from encountering different variations of the Oni monster and solving puzzles.

Ao Oni is a horror game made from RPGMaker XP. The Main character, Hiroshi, and his three other friends,Takuro,Takeshi and Mika, decided to visit an abandoned mansion that is rumoured to be haunted, and there is a monster in there.

It is puzzle themed horror game and requires skilled use of 'running away' when Ao Oni comes for you. Every version has a new ending and it has garnered the reputation of having many tropes & many fan versions.

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Ao Oni is a horror game made from RPGMaker XP. The Main character, Hiroshi, and his three other friends, Takuro ,Takeshi and Mika, decided to visit an abandoned mansion that is rumoured to be haunted, and there is a monster in there. It is puzzle themed horror game and requires skilled use of 'running away' when Ao Oni comes for you. Every version has a new ending and it has garnered the reputation of having many tropes & many fan versions.

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Ao Oni (青鬼, lit. 'Blue Demon') is a freeware horror game developed by "noprops".[2] It was first released in Japan in November 2008. The game was later adapted into a series of light novels and manga by Kenji Kuroda.

The story follows a boy named Hiroshi, who along with his school friends, investigates a deserted mansion that is rumored to be haunted. Upon entering the mansion, the group discovers that it is home to a mysterious creature referred to as the Ao Oni (青鬼 in Japanese, literally "Blue Demon") a tall humanoid with a deformed face that proceeds to chase the player throughout the mansion. The player must solve a series of puzzles while evading the creature to escape the mansion.

Very little information is explained in the game about the Oni and his reasons for inhabiting the mansion, but it is assumed that he may have been one of the mansion's old residents. The Oni is a muscular, tall humanoid with a large head and blue skin who is roughly twice the size of an average human. When he appears in the game, a characteristic "shrieking" string chord plays until the player outruns him.

Normally, his mouth is kept closed in an amused smirk, but in a secret ending he is shown to have a set of sharp, knife-like teeth. If the Oni captures and kills one of Hiroshi's friends, they too turn into an Oni, distinguishable by their hairstyles, which they kept when transformed by the Oni.

In addition to the standard Oni, the player can enter an "Oni Room", containing numerous deformed, mutated, and completely original Onis, including a rectangular oni called "Blockman", who resembles the popular Japanese character Domo-kun, and a gigantic, muscle-bound Oni nicknamed "Squatto", who humorously appears to be hefting invisible weights when encountered for the first time. Both of these Onis can chase the player more than once if the player enters their names when creating a new game.

The creature (the Ao Oni) will begin to chase the player at both random[4] and scripted moments, similar to the Nemesis in Resident Evil 3. This forces the player to evade the Oni by either outrunning him or hiding from him, since Hiroshi is unable to fight back against him.[5]

In 2013 - 2017, a series of novels were released which were based on the game.[2] Slight differences to the storyline, mostly based on characterization are present, but the books are otherwise faithful to the game's plot. The title was licensed for digital distribution in the English language by J-Novel Club.[6] The series is made up of five novels, which J-Novel Club released between 2018 and 2019: Ao Oni, Ao Oni: Vengeance, Ao Oni: Mutation, Ao Oni: Grudge, and Ao Oni: Forever.

While mocking the others, Naoki is surprised to discover that a part of him doesn't actually want vengeance, particularly after receiving a heartfelt apology from Takeshi, as the two had previously been friends. Hiroshi also notes that while Naoki claims that he inspired Shun to create the games in order to spark off his revenge, it was actually so he could provide Shun with an outlet for his frustrations. Naoki is also horrified to discover that his classmates had been secretly trying to compile evidence against Takuro, as they were not as uncaring as he believed them to be. They had only stopped after he died in the accident, which they believe to have been engineered by Takuro to stop the investigation. Realizing that Naoki is wavering, the demon devours his consciousness and assumes control. With his remaining strength, Naoki is able to warn the others that the demon has rigged the game so that a successful completion will release demonic insects that will possess the students gathering outside the building.

In 2018 PHP Laboratory began publishing a series of junior novels based on the Ao Oni series. The series follows the game characters, who are of elementary school age instead of teenagers, and is told from the perspective of a stray dog that was taken in by Takuro's uncle.[8]

An anime television short series adaptation premiered on 3 October 2016.[15] The series is produced by Studio Deen, and directed by Toshirō Hamamura and Chisei Maeda, with Kanekoke handling series composition, Kichi designing the characters and Shiyu Yanagida composing the music.[16] An anime film, also produced by Studio Deen, released in 2017.[17]

The game gained a cult following online in Japan, gaining notoriety through websites such as Niconico and YouTube where Ao Oni-related videos exceeded 50 million views by 2013. The popularity of the game revolves around the effectiveness of its horror aspects despite being a simple game, with the background music cited as a key contributor to the chilling atmosphere used to incite fear.[2] 041b061a72


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