*Supported Devices: iPhone 6s, iPad 5 (2017), iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4 and everything newer. iPod Touches are not supported*
Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game about sneaking into your neighbor's house to figure out what horrible secrets he's hiding in the basement. You play against an advanced AI that learns from your every move. Really enjoying climbing through that backyard window? Expect a bear trap there. Sneaking through the front door? There'll be cameras there soon. Trying to escape? The Neighbor will find a shortcut and catch you.
The update contains bugfixes and UX improvements
Ratings and Reviews
One Reason Why It Get 4 Stars
This game is unlike no other one. It’s an escape and puzzle game like piggy from Roblox. The complain is, you need to spend 15 dollars to play Act 2, and Act 3, and Finale Act. The game is good by somethings to some people, but it gets annoying having to keep playing the same act over and over. This game is NOT perfect. No games are perfect except for IDENTITY V. The A Semetrical Horror Game. This game isn’t ANNOYING. But, I find it very amusing to try new things each time I play. If you are trying to beat act 1 here is the tutorial. Grab boxes in your home, then go up on the ladder on the side of the home. Use the boxes to get into the other room over on the other side at the top. Then grab the largest painting then go grab the car key at the top of the other side of the door. You can get the yellow key but it’s right next to it’s lock so it’s junk mail. Then go to his car and unlock it at the back and grab the magnet. Grab boxes at the back of the home and climb up the weird fence looking thing and pull the lock pick. Not the CROWBAR. Then go to the room with the lock pick in the Neighbors home. And go back and go up the ladder at the back. Then open it with the wrench that is yellow. Drop the wrench then go up the ladder and drop down in the hole to the room. And on that table. Is the basement key. Go to the basement door and open. Then, you have a basement tutorial. So I can’t write any longer. LONGEST REVIEW EVER!!!
It’s good but not the best.
It is fun to play every once in a while but the overall gameplay is not the best. For starters the mobile controls aren’t the best so getting the game on pc or console would be better but the mobile controls aren’t the worst either. Also the game doesn’t make it too obvious on what you are supposed to do next so it is hard to figure out what you are supposed to do next. Also the basement sections of the game will almost have you pulling your hair out as the lighting is dim and it is kind of a maze in there so it is just annoying to have to navigate through it. Also the size of his house in act 3 is kind of ridiculous as half of the rooms in there don’t have anything to do with getting to the basement. It would be one thing if there were some rooms like that in act one and even act 2 but not act three as it will delay progression a lot more. The rooms are kind of interesting but I could still do without so many of them. Finally, you never understand the story that well even at the end of the game and the game is not a scary as it used to be. They also have more games in the Hello neighbor series such as Hello neighbor hide and seek which is a prequel to hello neighbor which has the same negative qualities as this game and secret neighbor which is an interesting online multiplayer social horror Hello neighbor game which is the only actually hello neighbor game in my opinion. I am giving this game 3 stars for it being OK but not the best.
Wished it was better
I was so exited when this game which I loved watching you tubers play was available on mobile and also for free. However upon learning the the full game had to be purchased separately and was very expensive I was disappointed. However I was still willing to give act one a try but was again disappointed with all the other issues with the game.
Similar to what I have all ready read the controls could definitely use a lot of improvement as it is difficult the activate certain controls most commonly walking as you just get stuck sometimes and the joy stick would not react.
The upon learning that the steal series controller work for the game I got really exited as it was much easier to control. However I was again disappointed when I found out that a lot of things were not fleshed out for example not being able to pick up items, open doors or as a matter a fact activate anything with the controller instead having to use the controls on the screen.
While I noticed some other problems like some of the tap controls being very unresponsive the previous mentioned issues with the basic and necessary controls made me not want to continue playing.
The controls and responsiveness of those controls need a big overhaul, as well as if there is support for the controller, make it full support.
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- 1.6 GB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
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- In-App Purchases
- Full Hello Neighbor Game $14.99
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