fun, fast paced, but repetitive, prequel for 13 and over.
This review is for the full version of the game, and for the prequel. (also full version). Don't get me wrong I love hello neighbor and hello neighbor hide and seek, but the first game get's kinda repetitive, but hide and seek, is just more fun, but the story is dark, so if you haven't played the game here are spoilers. there is no talking in the game.
The parents of the two kid's in hide and seek go fora drive, the mother dies, which makes Mr. Peterson (aka the neighbor) get's depressed, and so does the son, Aaron, you/ Maya play hide and seek with him, each game getting darker and darker, until Aaron accedentaly kills Maya, making Mr.Peterson more angry then upset. He shoves Aaron in the basement, while you, Nicky Roth friend of Aaron sees this, He tries to uncover the truth, by going into the basement. And gets locked inside his property. He escapes. 16 years later he still gets anxiety about what happened as a kid. He moves back home and confronts the shadow monster. He went to sleep to have to face the neighbor again, except his house is 10 bigger and is riddled to the brim with puzzles, he unlocks the door that held secrets, confronting the giant neighbor as a boss. he defeats him then fights the shadow monster and defeated it. (the giant neighbor represents secrets, while the shadow represents fear/trauma/depression). He wakes up happy, and moves in. also if you want to know more of the story, there are three books about the game.