Secret Neighbor review
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A multiplayer survival horror game, Secret Neighbor, is a spinoff of the main game, Hello Neighbor. In Secret Neighbor, the Neighbor is a secret and randomized role that’s given to one of the kids. The Neighbor’s goal is to not let the other kids getaway.
The player is a kid who is sneaking into the Neighbor's house in an attempt to find and rescue their friend who was lured by the Neighbor. The player must find keys to unlock the basement in order to escape. The player can also find various items that will help them in their journey.
• Play as kids and look for keys, while avoiding the neighbor
• Play as the neighbor and try to catch the kids
The gameplay is similar to games like Hello Neighbor and Five Nights at Freddy's, but with a twist. There is one player who is the game's villain but is not revealed until the game is in progress.
The house includes a basement, a kitchen, a living room, a game room, and a garage. The basement is the "kidnapper's" base, which includes a chair, a bed, a table, and a closet, and the only way to escape the basement is by finding the correct keys and placing them in the correct locks.
Graphics are not particularly impressive, but they are good enough for this type of game. The environment is dark and surreal. The colors are mostly grayscale and the player's reflections are visible in mirrors.
Secret Neighbor is a multiplayer game based on the "Hello Neighbor" universe. The game was received with mixed reviews. While some praised the game for its interesting premise and unique concept, others criticized it for its steep learning curve, poor performance, and lack of content.
5 GB available space