Hello Neighbor review
Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game. The player can be either a child aged 10-12, or a young adult aged 16-18. You explore your neighborhood during the day, when everything is peaceful, to uncover clues about the identity of your neighbor. At night, you sneak over to your neighbor’s house and try to stay out of sight. If the neighbor sees you, you have to flee. Your goal is to break into the house by solving puzzles.
In Hello Neighbor, the player explores their neighborhood during the day to uncover clues about the identity of their neighbor. The game features a day and night cycle, with the game transitioning from daytime to nighttime when the player turns in for the evening. At night, the player is tasked with sneaking into their neighbor's house and avoiding detection until they can get to the front door and break-in. Once inside, the player has to solve puzzles in order to break through doors - such as finding a tool to pick a lock or solving a puzzle. The player can break into their neighbor's house with one of the two playable characters.
The graphics are 2D and pixelated.
Hello Neighbor is a game that can be played in a variety of ways. The player can either use stealth, or take on the role of a burglar, or a detective.
Hello Neighbor offers a wide variety of gameplay styles, from stealth to puzzle solving. It is easy to pick up and play for a short while, and the game is moderately challenging. The graphics are simplistic but well-done.
Hello Neighbor has a variety of gameplay styles. The game is easy to pick up and play, with moderate difficulty. The graphics are 2D and pixelated.
Hello Neighbor has no replayability.
- Nice visual style;
- Sometimes racing with neighbor emotions;
- Philosophical plot;
- Brevity of the campaign;