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Camouflage is a Mystery RPG game with the evidence objective to solve a mystery 'Case.' You are a police officer who seeks pieces of evidence to reveal the suspect.

The game revolves around the residence of the Ellios' family where an old man was suspected to get lost and never be found. The couple who owns the house was missing with their son. There was no evidence that there was theft nor homicide.

Together with Ruth, Saim, Brick, and Hector-four investigators tasked to solve this case with you, unfold the story behind this case. And decide your ending.


To navigate, use the arrow keys: Up, Down, Left, and Right. To confirm, press 'z' or 'Return/Enter' button. 'Esc/X' button to cancel.


This game is not that easy as it looks. You need a strategy. You need thinking, and logical skills to put the pieces together and solve the case. Be observant and navigate the objects. Investigate all possible places to get the clues. Once you gather enough clues (Clues can be seen on the menu), you can write your thoughts/suspect on a piece of paper on the second floor of the Ellios' residence.

There are different endings in the game once you have completed specific 'special events' (which are mostly hard to get). Different endings have different perspectives of the game which reveals more of the story in the game.

If you are courageous enough, try to complete all endings.

Watch Video Sample here:

Latest Blog

Download Camouflage Wallpapers now! (Re-post)

Hello, dear gamers!

As we have mentioned before (on social media), Harayasoft will release FREE downloadable wallpapers along with the new updates of Camouflage game.

Now, Harayasoft offers you two wonderful wallpapers for Camouflage game.

Dimension: 1600x900

To download, please refer to the links below:

Wallpaper # 01


Wallpaper # 02

**This is a re-post from itch.io***
**Click here for the original post**
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Its a whodunnit mystery solving game. Events do not appear to be set on a linear progression, so I ended up having to find loads of evidences even after already knowing who the killer was. The author likes to hide important evidences on the upper tiles of bookshelves which would be unreachable in most typical RPG maker games, so you have to search both tiles of all the book shelves. There is also a mouse hole that is placed in a very dark wall that is almost impossible to see. If you try this game, good luck trying to reach the ending(s).
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