The Ohnos have a problem: they've prematurely escaped from their ship after an accident, prompting them all to sigh, "Oh no," at their collective clumsiness. All but the head engineer have hastily left in escape pods, only to arrive on a strange planet called Earth. The stranded Ohnos are in need of rescuing before they are discovered.
Ohno Odyssey is a physics-based, action-puzzle game that tasks players with guiding the Ohnos through 35 stages as they roll on rails, jump and smash through obstacles, set themselves on fire, and zoom their way to the escape pod. Players can help the Ohnos escape by dipping them in oil, blowing them along with strategically placed fans, shooting them out of cannons, and covering them in mud to slow them down. These are just some of the many crazy, interactive ways to rescue the Ohnos.
Can you rescue all of the Ohnos in this out-of-this-world adventure?
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