Secret Neighbor: Hello Neighbor Multiplayer Review
Secret Neighbor is a sort of sequel to the famous Hello Neighbor by tinyBuild. The story of a mysterious mustached man and his little neighbor has a sequel. Together with other kids you can unravel the secrets of the neighbor – or stop them from that.
In the original story, the protagonist, a kid, had gone missing after visiting his neighbor’s house. His friends are to the rescue now. They enter the home of the sinister neighbor and try to reach his basement. They will face the mystery that made the young prisoner so curious back then.
The children have to find the keys to the bacement door and reach it. The Neighbor in the meantime has to prevent that, catching trespassers one by one. His skills include disguising himself as the nearest kid and making sophisticated traps. The children, in their turn, can bring and craft items, look for keys, photograph the scenes, escape when caught, and so on – depending on the class.
It isn’t a most detailed game, looking rather like a comic book. On the other hand, it exaggerates things that matter, making the house really grim, sounds terrifying, and the neighbor’s distorted face (or the clown mask) a sort of nightmare fuel.
As the game features six classes for kids and two for the neighbor, it may take a lot of time to explore them all by yourself. One game isn’t enough for a class. But a lot depends on the combination, too: what class the other kids select, and how high their skills are. It makes each new game unpredictable enough to recompense for the lack of the twisted mind you faced in the original
The game supports both keyboard and mouse and gamepad inputs. Being quite a typical first-person adventure, it utilizes familiar keys and movements, just like its famous predecessor. If you switch between Hello Neighbor ad Secret Neighbor often, you will feel virtually no difference, focusing on the gameplay.
See You Again, Neighbor!
To download the app, you will get links to the Official Website and/or official digital markets.