Break into your creepy neighbor's mysterious home: Hello Neighbor coming to mobile!


Hello Neighbor is a colorful yet creepy stealth adventure / puzzle game, which has been available for PC for a while now. It puts you in the boots of a silent protagonist who has just moved into a new house. However, you are quick to notice that your neighbor's house is... out of the ordinary.

Since, apparently, our protagonist is a nosy one, your mission in the game is to sneak into the neighbor's house and find out what mysterious stuff he's been doing in there. The selling point of the game is that the antagonist has a self-teaching AI, which will adjust its movements and traps to counter your actions throughout the game.

The game has been in alpha and open beta for a long time and garnered some attention thanks to streamers, which were trying their luck in the creepy halls of the house. Despite the colorful aesthetic, there are some pretty grim and puzzling rooms in that mansion.

Hello Neighbor is split into three acts and you can now download Act 1 for free on iPhones and iPads. The game is also coming out on Android, reportedly on the 27th of July (tomorrow). We will update with a link below as soon as we spot it!

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11 Comments

1. japkoslav

Posts: 1424; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

Crap game on a crap platform for games (at least simple stupid pc ports) ...

2. tokuzumi

Posts: 1821; Member since: Aug 27, 2009

We need a successor to the Xperia Play that Sony released on Verizon 6-7 years ago. Slide out controller? Yes please! On screen controls are never as good as a physical button.

3. japkoslav

Posts: 1424; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

First there needs to exist good games. No games, no reason to make controler supported games.

8. Valbunny

Posts: 11; Member since: May 11, 2018

Ignorance.

9. japkoslav

Posts: 1424; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

No it's pure mathematic. Low user base -> manafacturers = who cares.

4. Rampage_Taco

Posts: 1005; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

Motorola(Lenovo) has a Motomod controller, and there are bluetooth controllers and they have Micro-USB to USB-A and USB-C to USB-A adapters that allow you to plug controllers into your phone. It all comes down to the game developer having controller support though, e.g. Fortnite and PUBG don't support controller use on smartphones

5. japkoslav

Posts: 1424; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

Not just that, but .... how many players do use controllers? Because 99,9% of players do not use controllers or alternative to a touchscreen, there never will be a complex, decent game on iOS or Android (not counting Shield, rooting your device etc.).

6. Rampage_Taco

Posts: 1005; Member since: Jan 17, 2017

People don't use controllers because they are A) unaware of the Bluetooth controllers B) the game they play doesn't support them again PUBG and Fortnite are good games available on Mobile but neither supports a controller except for Console and PC

7. japkoslav

Posts: 1424; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

No people do not use controllers, becase it defeats the philosophy of all in one machine. PUBG or Fortnite and controll support is just a matter of maping actions to a button - there is like ton of apps that do that (mostly for rooted devices).

10. Godlymansean

Posts: 311; Member since: Apr 14, 2017

You're right cause everyone else is wrong? "99.9%" keep grabbing statistics out of literally nowhere. More will use controllers if they become more prevalent in the mobile community. Also plenty of good games on mobile IMO, and literally millions of others.

11. Godlymansean

Posts: 311; Member since: Apr 14, 2017

You're right cause everyone else is wrong? "99.9%" keep grabbing statistics out of literally nowhere. More will use controllers if they become more prevalent in the mobile community. Also plenty of good games on mobile IMO, and literally millions of others.

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