Hello Neighbor Card Game Lets You Betray Your Friends

Developer
Dynamic Pixels
Publisher
tinyBuild
Release Date
December 8, 2017
Platforms
PC
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If you and your friends love social deduction games, a new challenge is about to enter the fray: a Hello Neighbor card game is on the way! The Secret Neigbor Party Game will be the newest release from Arcane Wonders, and you'll have a hard time knowing who you can trust.

On the off chance you're unfamiliar with Hello Neighbor, it's a game all about a strange dude in your neighborhood who's hiding some kind of secret. Players have to explore his house while avoiding being caught by him. The challenge is increased as the Neighbor upgrades his security after successive runs.

 
 

That game soon led to the creation of Secret Neighbor, a multiplayer version of the game where six players try to sneak into the Neighbor's house, not realizing that one of them is secretly the Neighbor in disguise! Now, this same deceptive gameplay is being brought to tabletops — and at a pretty good price, too.

The Secret Neighbor card game will let 5–10 players take on the roles of kids trying to break into the Neighbor's house. It won't be easy, though — at least one of the players is actually the Neighbor in disguise, and he's going to be trying to win instead.

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When is the Hello Neighbor Card Game Release Date?

If you like social deduction games or you've had a good time with Hello Neighbor or Secret Neighbor, then this card game might just be the kind of thing you'd like to buy. When will you be able to get it?

The Secret Neighbor card game is expected to launch in early October 2020 according to the announcement from Arcane Games; a copy of this game will cost you a cool $19.99. A limited number of copies will also be made available during GenCon Virtual. In the meantime, you can pick up Hello Neighbor and Secret Neighbor at some pretty great discounts as part of the Steam Summer Sale 2020.

Do you think you'd enjoy the Hello Neighbor card game? What's your favorite social deduction game? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!