Hello Neighbor review
The game Hello Neighbor in the horror genre was created by Dynamic Pixels and released by tinyBuild in 2017. You have to figure out what a terrible secret your neighbor protects from prying eyes.
According to the plot, the neighborhood boy, watching his neighbor in a new area, realizes that something sinister is happening in the yard. The guy is watching, and, looking out the window of a neighbor's house, he realizes that in order to solve this riddle, he needs to enter the territory of the neighbor's yard. To learn the neighbor's secrets and his house, the child will have to break into the house and, solving riddles and puzzles, get to the truth. But the neighbor is not asleep either, but is watching his territory and will try to catch the guy.
The graphics implemented here are somewhat reminiscent of cartoons, but this does not prevent the game from remaining within its genre. On the contrary, this solution adds curiosity because, in the bright graphics, the elements of horror, in contrast, are seen even brighter. The game features many details and interior items, and it does not look empty. The locations are solid, and the presence of many interior elements makes you think about choosing the right element to solve puzzles. The creators realized all this with dignity and visual interest, placing horror in a cartoon wrapper.
To solve the terrible riddle of a scary neighbor, you have to wander around his house and collect the necessary items to unlock the desired item or solve logical riddles to go further. You can also distract a neighbor by throwing one of the objects, and he will run to the noise. If you hear a neighbor, and you have no time to escape, you can hide in a closet or under the bed, and he may not notice you. If the neighbor still catches you, the level will simply start again. The game consists of three levels, and each level adds something new to the house. At the third level, the house becomes significantly bigger, and locations in which to navigate are also added.
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