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That's not my neighbor

That's not my neighbor

That's not my Neighbor

What is it?

That's not my Neighbor is a 2D horror game with a unique twist on the "job simulator" genre. Released in February 2024, it puts you in the shoes of a doorman in a 1955 apartment building, facing a bizarre situation.

Who created this That's not my Neighbor game?

That's not my Neighbor was created by a solo developer named Nacho Sama. You can find their work, including the game, on the platform


Here's the catch: the world is overrun with "doppelgangers," creatures that perfectly mimic humans for nefarious purposes. Your job becomes more than just greeting residents - you're the first line of defense, tasked with identifying and stopping these doppelgangers from infiltrating the building.

Using a variety of methods, you'll need to verify the identities of tenants. This can involve checking IDs, verifying apartment numbers, and even making phone calls to confirm their arrival.

The atmosphere and tension build as you encounter increasingly suspicious characters. Making the wrong decision can have dire consequences, adding a layer of moral weight to your role.

It's important to note that That's not my Neighbor is still under development, but the available demo has already garnered a positive response for its unique concept and suspenseful gameplay.


Remember that if you already bought the game, you do NOT need to purchase it again. The game is bought once, and you will always have access to all future files I upload.

To update the previous version, simply download the new file and overwrite the old one; saved data will remain as it was.

If this is your first time downloading the game, then ignore the previous step and just download the new version.

If you are a Mac user, remember to right-click on the game, click open, and then click open anyway.

  • A new game mode with high difficulty, known as nightmare mode, has been added.
  • The arcade mode has been adjusted to be less lengthy.
  • The text speed has been increased except in the tutorials.
  • A proper demo for the game has been added.
  • Several bugs have been fixed.
  • An option to turn off flashing lights has been added in the accessibility menu.
  • The trypophobia function has been updated and now also hides holes in the tutorial and other small inconveniences.
  • Version is retained in case the new update does not work correctly, allowing you to revert to the previous version.


There will be more updates in the future, but this will take some time, so your patience is appreciated.

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