A downloadable SOLM for Windows

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SOLM is a 2D top-down puzzle horror roleplaying game by Yokemon Studios where you play as a young boy trying to find his way out of a locked school at night (more than once) by solving puzzles (while avoiding various "monsters"), in a manner similar to Ib.

You are equipped with a phone with which you contact a distant friend for advice.

Based on the choices you make at certain points, the game will conclude with one of two endings.

Key Features:

  • Exploration
  • Puzzles
  • Decision-making
  • Psychological horror

More information

Published232 days ago
Tags16-bit, 2D, Difficult, Horror, Pixel Art, Retro, RPGMaker, supernatural, Top-Down
Asset licenseAll rights reserved


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Solm_v2.zip 220 MB


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I can't figure out how to get the library's A. I've gotten all the other ones, am I just missing something obvious?

So I am on a windows 10 computer but for some reason it wont open the exe file. Am I doing something wrong? I have winrar...

me too...

can i ask why can't i use the arrow keyboards on this game, I really want to play it but it seems there is something wrong?

I'm having a youtuber do a let's play of this game soon so if you get really stuck feel free to watch that.

where the fuck is this last A in the english room omfg

lol ok this one's kind of hard, the english room's A can only be found using another room to solve the puzzle (the clue on the teacher's desk is the key)

The game look interesting and I really want to play it, but when I download the game I can't open it?

Hi so this game is a .exe file. Are you on a mac maybe? To open exe's on a mac you have to use a program like wine bottler to open these files. If not here is how you can play the game:

unzip the Solm_v2.zip file which should open a solm.exe file.

Run the solm.exe file which will then extract a folder called Solm with a bunch of data in it.

Open the Solm folder and run the Game.exe file.

(sorry it's so complicated but that's how rpgmaker exports their game files. I hope this helped!)

Oooh, OK thanks! The puzzles are very interesting, though I'm a bit stuck right now;; But I really enjoy the game so far, and can't wait for any future game you might come up with (๑•̀ㅂ•́)و✧