The Secret Neighbor Party Game creeps it’s way onto our tabletops this October
The wildly successful and excruciatingly scary Hello Neighbor is now also a tabletop game known as Hello Neighbor: The Secret Neighbor Party Game. Arcane Wonders in partnership with tinyBuil, Evolution, and Genuine Entertainment are excited to announce this likely tabletop behemoth designed by Ariel Rubin and Juliana Patel.
Hello Neighbor: The Secret Neighbor Party Game is a social deduction game, akin to Werewolf and The Resistance, but requires no narrator and no eliminations. This guarantees everyone stays engaged.
Here’s the official preface from tinyBuild:
5-10 players take on the roles of either one of the neighborhood kids, the treacherous neighbor or even a secret neighbor. As one of the kids you will need to use your items wisely if you are to locate the keys and unlock the door to win, but beware as not only are the neighbors at the table trying to trick you, but one of your fellow kids is actually a SECRET NEIGHBOR!
Hello Neighbor: The Secret Neighbor Party Game will be available everywhere October 2020 with a limited number of copies available during GenCon Virtual.
I’m personally very excited for this game, as I think this version will cause me less anxiety. I’m also really intrigued by the no elimination aspect, because that is often a killer of the game. The Hello Neighbor games do an incredible job of being an incredibly deep game while being very simple to comprehend, so I’m looking forward to the same experience playing the Hello Neighbor: The Secret Neighbor Party Game. You can get all the details about the game on Arcane Wonders Site. Check below for a closer look at the Boxart and the Synopsis:
Your creepy Neighbor has something locked up in their basement, and it’s up to you and your friends to reveal their plot. You’ll need to use Objects you find around the Neighbor’s house to locate three different Keys, but there is one problem: some of your friends are secretly villainous Neighbors in disguise! Trade and cooperate as one of the Kids or steal and lie your way to victory as one of the Neighbors in this thrilling social-mystery card game where you’re never quite sure who’s on your side.