Evil Next Door is a game about survival in a small post-Soviet town called Ensk suffering from a deadly epidemic. Switch between characters, go out for supplies and build a shelter for your people.
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Evil Next Door is a game about the survival of a group of people in an authentic small post-Soviet town called Ensk. The area suffers from a deadly epidemic and is cut off from the outside world. The player switches between multiple characters with different backgrounds, living out their unique stories and determining how they conclude. Sometimes he or she meets other people playing online and intervenes in their activities or even invites them to take cover in the player’s shelter.

An epidemic that ravages Ensk turns people into bloodthirsty lunatics. There is no cure available, so the government put the town into quarantine and encircled it with military checkpoints with a shoot on sight order. Food and fuel supplies are limited and there is no way to get them replenished.


Gloomy paneled houses and creepy communal art objects are everywhere creating a feeling of total devastation and hopelessness. It’s strange, but these views also provide a strange comfort to those who were born in post-Soviet countries. Evil Next Door players will also portray the idea of what it is like to get stuck in one of these.


A player controls the shelter and the several characters living in it. You can choose one of them, equip him or her at your discretion and set out to explore the streets and look for supplies while other characters cook food and craft equipment. This is what life in Ensk looks like, because food, fuel and medical supplies are scarce.


It's easy to survive if you are a special forces soldier. But what about a TV presenter, a grocery store cashier or a pensioner? The player determines how to use the strengths and weaknesses of each character on the team to get everyone to last at least one more day in Ensk.


Surviving in a city and not in a tropical jungle has some advantages. Your characters will always have a roof over their heads, and the supermarket down the street has some supplies left. But who knows what's on your neighbor's mind? In this urban jungle, man is a wolf to man, and the food supplies won’t last forever.


The developers plan to make sure that each playthrough will allow you to meet different characters in different circumstances. It is important to protect them and carefully plan actions, because in Evil Next Door every character's death is permanent. But even losing all of them will lead to a new story that can be even more interesting.


While exploring the city, you can stumble upon other players and do whatever you feel like doing: attack, help or even invite them to your shelter to join forces and survive together. Other players might share supplies or information, but they could also stab you in the back and take all your belongings.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This Game may contain content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Frequent Violence or Gore, General Mature Content

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 10 64bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 4100 or better, AMD Ryzen 3100 or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 660 or better, AMD Radeon 78XX series or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
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