Secret Neighbor review
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Secret Neighbor is a hidden-object game released by the PlayFirst group. A neighbor is causing trouble and you must find out what they're up to. You play as a group of kids trying to infiltrate their neighbor's house to uncover the secret he hides. This is a casual game with a limited number of puzzles, but it's a fun way to spend a little time.
You play as a kid from a group of kids that are trying to rescue their friend trapped in the neighbor's basement. But there's a trick: one of the kids is actually a neighbor in disguise that can catch you in the most unexpected moment. The kids' goal is to make it to the basement, and the neighbor's goal is to catch everyone.
Secret Neighbor graphics are pretty much the same as in Hello Neighbor game/app. They are 3D and cartoonish. The level design gives a weird and spooky feeling that fits this game well. Although the game isn’t actually scary, which makes it fitting for kids. If I would have to choose which one is scarier, FNAF or Secret Neighbor, I would choose FNAF.
This game has good replayability because it has a multiplayer and is played in sessions. This leads to intense, fast-paced gameplay that most people would like. This game is a great choice to play with your friends.
Secret Neighbor controls are easy to learn and the game doesn't lag. You control your character with the help of keyboard and mouse. The game was made for PC, so, obviously, the controls are way more fitting for PC players.
Secret Neighbor is a really fun game to play! Every time you play it, it becomes a little bit harder and more challenging. It's the perfect game to play with your friends and family.
5 GB available space