Hello Neighbor review
March 10, 2021
Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game created by developer Dynamic Pixels. The goal is to find out what is happening with your neighbor. The plot is shrouded in mystery, and the game's setting is based on the neighborhood the player is in. Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game with very simple gameplay that consists of exploring the titular neighbor's house to find clues. Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game that was released on December 8, 2017. The player can play as a male or female protagonist, and the objective is to uncover the mysteries of the Neighbor's house. The player can explore the Neighbor's house, and collect items to help solve puzzles, such as traps, certain items, and tools. The player can also interact with the Neighbor, who is shown as a child with green skin. The Neighbor is shown as being a bully who torments the player. The player can also interact with the Neighbor's dog, who is shown as being friendly and helpful.
The gameplay consists of exploration, puzzle solving, and stealth. There is a variety of ways to play. The player can explore the environment, sneak around and take out guards, or use gadgets to navigate through the game. The game is a 3D game that is very well done for a indie game. It has a simple premise, and the gameplay consists of exploring the titular neighbor's house. The player must explore the house for clues, items, and objects, solving puzzles along the way.
The graphics are colorful and cartoonish. The art style is reminiscent of 1980s cartoons. The game is set in the player's neighborhood, meaning the environment is based on the player's location. The graphics are well done for a low budget game, though they are not too realistic.
The game is set in the player's neighborhood, meaning the environment is based on the player's location.
The gameplay is randomized each time the player starts a new game.
- The game has a lot of replayability
- The graphics are colorful and cartoonish
- The game is set in the player's neighborhood
- The gameplay consists of exploration, puzzle solving, and stealth
- The gameplay is randomized each time the player starts a new game
- The game is occasionally glitchy
- The game is not optimized for consoles
The game received a lot of praise for its simple mechanics, and the game is actually pretty scary. In a way, it is similar to Five Nights at Freddy's, and the game is based on the player's location, meaning each person who plays the game will have a different experience. The game is not optimized for consoles, and the game is occasionally glitchy. The game was being sold on Steam for $14.99 with a 10% launch discount. The game is a bit pricey, but the gameplay is very unique. The game is very well made, and the graphics are decent for a low budget game. The game is well worth the price. It is a great indie game from an indie company that is very promising.