Deadly Neighbours

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3.9/5 (89 votes)

Everyone's had problems with their neighbors at some point. From the party guys who blare music at 3 a.m. on a Monday morning to the lawn dictators who go berserk if your grass gets too long, bad neighbors are a fact of life. In Nerdook's latest strategy game, Deadly Neighbours, you get to deal with your neighbors in the most direct way possible: by beaning them in the head with a PS2 controller!

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Anonymous November 4, 2010 7:29 PM

This keeps getting good, thanks JIG :)
By the way who won you or Jay (in the games screenshot).


This game seems pretty cool. I've got a family of an investigator robot, David Caruso, and one of those British Castle Guards. All the other families will... B) Fall apart. YEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!

Anonymous November 4, 2010 7:56 PM

Im cool with that Cory, and what a great job it is.


You know, you should have said that multiplayer and stuff only works on Kongregate. D:

[Thanks for pointing that out. I added a note about that to the bottom of the review. -Jay]


thanks for the review, cory, glad you enjoyed the game!


I could see how this COULD be a fun game...but the gameplay felt a bit too awkward and jarring to be fun to me. I wish I could set multiple attacks and actions per turn, if I have more action points left.


I managed to beat the game extremely easily by stacking all the defensive perks (+ 10 HP, + 15 HP and double charge distance, -%50 melee damage taken), giving them a chainsaw, and tearing everything up. I even

killed the blonde guy you see on the bottom of the screen at the end.


haha, i just gave all my guys trail blazer and the back two pyromaniac. the whole place was on fire the entire time.


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