If you're unfamiliar with Hello Neighbor, it's been gaining a lot of popularity on PC, where it recently released fully after a long stint in early access. The aim of the game is to sneak inside your creepy neighbour's house to find out what sinister shenanigans are going on, but the man won't put up with any of your nonsense. The neighbour is AI-controlled; he'll roam about his property freely, will chase you if he sees or hears you, and will learn your tactics, forcing you to employ a different approach.
Alex Nichiporchik, CEO of publisher tinyBuild, says: "The game plays like a stealth horror experience set in a sandbox. You outsmart the AI while solving puzzles and progressing closer to uncover what’s in the basement. Filled with mysteries and Easter eggs, Hello Neighbor has a story split up into three acts. Each act dives deeper into the rabbit hole."
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