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INTRODUCING THE GAME OF NEIGHBOURHOOD NASTINESS AND COMMUNITY COMMOTION! Living next door to you is a real Neighbour From Hell and it's now time to have your revenge! This compilation includes the original Neighbours From Hell and it's sequel Neighbours from Hell 2: On Vacation.
Release Date: Feb 20, 2004
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“It's everything reality television should be -- cruel, funny and heartless.”
75 % – Game Spy

“An amusing puzzle game with some interesting twists. It's not very long and it's not very difficult, but it is charming and addictively entertaining.”
7/10 – IGN

“It is great fun!”
9/10 – Gamer's Hell

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INTRODUCING THE GAME OF NEIGHBOURHOOD NASTINESS AND COMMUNITY COMMOTION! Living next door to you is a real Neighbour From Hell and it's now time to have your revenge! This compilation includes the original Neighbours From Hell and it's sequel Neighbours from Hell 2: On Vacation.

Story Neighbours from Hell 1

Creep around your neighbour ’s house performing ever more elaborate tricks upon the unsuspecting resident.


As the star of a fantastic new TV show, cameras will track your every move as you set your fiendish traps. Your objectives are to create more and more disarray, increase ratings and maybe even winning prestigious awards. But beware of watchful neighbors and alert guard dogs; if they catch you then the show will be taken off air.

Key Features Neighbours from Hell 1


  • 14 hugely varied episodes of anarchy
  • Use stealth, skill and style to perform the perfect ambush
  • Easy to use interface and controls
  • Superb cartoon-style graphics
  • Excellent soundtrack

Story Neighbours from Hell 2: On Vacation


The reality TV show of neighbourly nastiness and community commotion moves on to the next round.

The Neighbour from Hell wants to enjoy an undeserved holiday – reason enough for Woody and the camera team to sneak along onto the cruise liner to make the nasty neighbour's holiday a living hell. This time, the neighbour's mum has joined him, and she is taking good care of her baby.

Get the Neighbour from Hell into his mum's and fellow travellers' bad books, play tricks on him and give free reign to your vengeance.

Key Features Neighbours from Hell 2: On Vacation

  • 14 new tricky and highly detailed episodes of anarchy of the popular "NEIGHBOURS FROM HELL SHOW"
  • 6 different locations in China, India, Mexico and on the cruise liner
  • More than 5 new characters and numerous animals
  • New cool soundtrack reflecting the countries our characters visit

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP / ME / 2000 / 98 / 7 / 8
    • Processor: Intel Pentium II, 233 MHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 8
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP / ME / 2000 / 98 / 7 / 8
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III, 500 MHz
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 8
    • Hard Drive: 500 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
310 products in account
22 reviews
11.7 hrs on record
Neighbours from Hell is one of my favorite childhood games. It's pretty simple - set up traps to annoy your grumpy neighbours. There are plenty of traps and all of them are quite funny. This is one of the games that you must play in order to like it, because at first you might think that it's not a good game until you play it. Only negative thing about this game, is that Steam overlay does not work in game, which sometimes might be a bit annoying. You'll also get Neighours from Hell 2 which adds plenty of fun levels.
Posted: March 17th, 2014
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
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61 reviews
3.8 hrs on record
I played these games growing up. I bought them not because they were nostalgic, but because they are so good, I want to play them all over again. The neighbours from hell games are very very good; even though nowadays they look more like games for the tablet rather than for the pc, that does not change the fact that they are incredible.
Posted: February 11th, 2014
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12 of 17 people (71%) found this review helpful
122 products in account
10 reviews
1.4 hrs on record
This was my favorite game since it came out its rly fun with a lot of laughter for early game years 10/10
Posted: February 10th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
723 products in account
25 reviews
0.5 hrs on record
Let me ask you a question. Do you have neighbours? And do you have a particular type of a neighbour, that annoying and upleasant type, who rants because your parking is too noisy and your TV is too loud, but he hosts parties and kicks you in the face when you tell him to tone the music down? And have you ever dreamed about revenge? Ever thought about breaking into his house and making his life as miserable as possible? Well now you can, at least in this classic title(s) by JoWood. Take the role of Woody, a young happy guy, who enlisted for a reality show about taking revenge on his annoying neighbour. Many people are confused about the genre of the game, I'd describe it as a stealth puzzle adventure. Check situation, do pranks, don't let him catch you. Sounds simple, but some levels are really challenging, and getting 100% score on each level is much harder than the casual and childlike look of the game would suggest. Both titles (NfH1 and NfH2) are tons of fun, challenging and enjoyable, and I recommend them to anybody who likes adventure/stealth games or just enjoys taking revenge on annoying neighbours.
Posted: February 12th, 2014
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
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5 reviews
3.2 hrs on record
Nice game :)
Posted: February 14th, 2014
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62 of 63 people (98%) found this review helpful
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21 reviews
23.8 hrs on record
First, let's talk about Steam release.

This compilation includes the original 2 games of the series. You may seen other games which have numbering from 3 to 7, but those were made by other publishers and aren't exactly official, from what I know. (Most of them are quite ugly and didn't bring any evolution/revolution to the formula of the first game)

This Steam release is a simple and flat "put game as is". This can be blamed on that new publishers have no access to the source port or other materials. Thus you will not find any trading cards, achievements, widescreen or any optimisation at all, not even Steam Overlay work in this one. On good side, the game should still work on modern computers.

Now the games themselves:

Neighbours From Hell 1 is point'n'click quest in which you control Woody as you make him sneak around the house, avoiding being seen by Mr. Rottweiler, and make traps, which usually involes first collecting an item in the house and then applying them to the object in house. Some traps may lead neighbour to another nasty trap. Oh, and tip-toeing around Neighbour's pets.

Beating the game by getting minium requeirement of traps is quite easy. Beating it by finding and applying every trap in every level is simple as well.
But what make the game the real crunchy puzzler is getting 100% rating on each level. To do this you are required not only to make use of every trap, but to make sure that Mr. Rottweiler get in as many of them in a row before he cools off from previous trap, resulting in him breaking down on each new one (with animation of him almost breaking his back). The timing, order of tricks and placement of traps which can be put in any room (items like marbles) to connect faraway traps is everything there, making you actually think and plan there.

The second game then takes place outside of house on various exotic locations. Sneaking is no more, gone are guardian pets. System of multiple lifes were added, so you aren't immeditly screwed when Neighbour sees you for the first time. And this time your life is made harder by a sudden appearance of mom of out bully, who keeps an eye and fists for you as well. Shame that she mostly spends her time either sleeping or shopping.

This time around getting the golden statue, which is equalient to what 100% rating was in the first game, is much easier, as Neighbour rage now stores on a meter that can stack "breakdowns" from other tricks and it cools down much slower. So it's a simply matter of making trap ahead of neighbour path non-stop, with no real thinking. Instead the game concentrates more on the figuring out tricks themselves and their activating, with some tricks working as part of "combo". Still, no real puzzle.


Now, the games are overall quite fun, with great music which fits to the game goodly and the joyful graphics that use prerendered 3D assets, which are greatly animated. It especially shows with a cartoony characters that the second game is full with. My only complaints would be same repeating breakdown animation for Mr. Rottwell in the first game, which was varied nicely in sequel, and how underplayed neighbour's mom is in Vacations, who could be less passive.

OH, and one of more important things: If you are fan of the slapstick humor (and slightly black one), then I am sure that you will be holding for your belly in this game from laughter.
Posted: November 28th, 2013
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