That's not my Neighbor

That’s not my Neighbor 2

In That’s Not My Neighbor 2, players enter a unique job simulation world crafted with care by Nacho Sama and available on The game, set against the backdrop of an alternative late 20th century, features a distinct 2D art style, complete with faded colors and characters with amusingly disproportionate facial features, which altogether plunge players into a haunting yet engaging atmosphere. Amidst a time of heightened doppelganger activity, you are recruited for a critical yet unsettling role: to man the entrance of your building and ensure no deceitful entities, disguised as friendly neighbors, gain entry. Your vigilance is paramount; a single oversight could spell doom, turning you into the next casualty of these ravenous supernatural beings.

How to Play That’s Not My Neighbor 2

As the building’s new doorman, your task is to scrutinize everyone attempting to enter, separating innocent residents from cunning ghosts and doppelgangers masquerading in human form. These malevolent spirits are adept at imitating human voices and appearances, yet often, their disguises bear flaws. Players must be keen to spot these discrepancies and act swiftly by pressing the emergency button to neutralize the threat, thereby purging the world of another sinister presence. The game demands acute attention to detail as players memorize the criteria for allowing entry, adapt to changing instructions from their employer, and remain alert to evolving doppelganger strategies, even in the absence of game mods.

Key Elements of Your Doorman’s Office

Your small yet crucial office comes equipped with everything needed to fend off the eerie intruders. Familiarizing yourself with each piece of equipment before your shift begins is vital, as there will be no time to waste when faced with potential danger.

  • Security Window: Your primary viewpoint to assess each visitor. Be on the lookout for abnormal features that might indicate a doppelganger’s presence.
  • Folders: Use these to organize special forms for neighbors, ensuring you miss no detail that could reveal an impostor among them.
  • Checklists: Fill out these checklists with comprehensive information about each visitor to help discern any inconsistencies.
  • Hatch: Visitors pass their documents through this small opening, providing you with essential information for verification.
  • Buttons: Decide whether to allow or deny entry based on your assessment, using the appropriate button.
  • Emergency Button: When confident you’re dealing with a doppelganger, pressing this alerts the Department and helps eliminate the threat immediately.
  • Telephone: For any uncertainties or additional instructions, the phone connects you directly with the D.D.D. for guidance.

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  1. 17.03.2024Oakley:

    It’s taking too long

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