Missed Messages – All Endings and Achievements

A guide for all endings and achievements for Missed Messages.


Note: Credit goes to RE

This guide should get you all of the endings and achievements for Missed Messages. There seem to be multiple ways to get most of the endings, so I’m just including the dialogue options that worked for me.

NOTE: Achievements unlock when you exit the game.

Missed Ending

Click on your laptop.
Accept the message. (Continue to hit accept on all her messages after this.)
“Send meme back.”
“Working but can’t focus.”
“Let’s see the makeup.”
“You’re the cutest.”
Close your laptop.
“Let time pass.”
Click on your phone.
Click on the door.
Either open the door or call the police, your choice. If you open the door it’s not particularly gory, but it’s not pleasant either.


Forgive Ending

To get this achievement, follow the same instructions as the “Missed” ending above on your second playthrough.


Hope Ending

Click on your laptop.
Accept the message.
“Go back to work.”
Continue to click on “go back to work” until you hear voices from next door.
Click on the door. (The one facing you.)
Go back to your laptop, and click on “go back to work” until it gets quiet behind the door.
Knock on the door.
“Hang out.”
“Take a break.”
“How are you?”
“What do you mean?”
“Things you enjoy.”
“I’ll help you.”
“Let time pass.”
Go to the bathroom by clicking on the door to the hallway.
Click on May.
“Are you really okay?”
Either option.


Survivor Ending

Follow the same instructions as for the “Hope” ending above, but during the scene in the bathroom, click on “Ok” when May says she has to go. When the option to text her or ignore her pops up, click on “text”.

ACHIEVEMENT: survivor.

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