This morning, tinyBuild Games made the announcement that it would be bringing its hit game Hello Neighbor to mobile devices, giving iOS and Android users a unique experience with the game on cellphones and tablets. The company released the trailer below, which shows off some of the gameplay and the experience you'll be getting. It's slightly altered from what you normally do on PC and consoles, but the premise is still there.
The devs are currently taking signups to test out the beta before it launches on July 27th, at which time the game will be totally free to play for the public. Below are some of the details of what the game will include.
We've been experimenting a lot with the control schemes. Here's the latest version:
- Left stick (left thumb) moves around. It's a "tap anywhere" virtual joystick
- Items are touch-sensitive boxes at the bottom
- Big button on the right is "tap to jump" and "hold to crouch"
- 3 extra buttons are for using items, picking up items, and throwing/dropping items
- You look around like in any first-person mobile game by swiping around the screen
- For context sensitive items, i.e. doors you can just tap on them to use
- You're able to adjust your look sensitivity