That’s not my Neighbor All Doppelgangers



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That’s Not My Neighbor introduces us to a complex web of neighbors, each with their own clone attempting to infiltrate the building. These genuine inhabitants lead normal lives, yet they can easily be mistaken for their doppelganger counterparts. Notable for leaving behind items and forgetting crucial documents, these residents create a challenging environment for the vigilant doorman.
· Roman Stilnsky and Lois Stilnsky share their life in the ground floor’s initial room, with Roman working as a public accountant.
· Selenne Sverchzt and Elenois Sverchzt are identical twins residing on the ground floor, creating a unique challenge in distinguishing the real from the replica.
· Albertsky and Robertsky Peachman are brothers known for their distinct facial features, from mustaches to the absence of eyebrows.
· Angus Ciprianni stands alone with his signature moustache and hat, making him an interesting character to scrutinize.
· The Mikaelys family, with Nacha and her daughter Anastacha, present a multi-generational puzzle, each with unique attributes like mismatched eye colors and dual ponytails.
· Arnold and Gloria Schmicht are a married couple on the upper floor, where Arnold’s green suit contrasts with Gloria’s simpler features.
· Margarette Bubbles and Izaack Gauss each bring unique challenges with distinct facial deviations and broad smiles.
· Dr. W. Afton and Mia Stone, an engaged couple, offer a mix of scientific and aesthetic clues to differentiate them from their clones.
· Alf and Rafttellyn Cappuccin, along with Steven and Mclooy Rudboys, round out the building’s eclectic mix of residents, each with attributes that challenge the player’s observational skills.

Identifying Doppelgangers

Doppelgangers in That’s Not My Neighbor mimic the residents with uncanny accuracy but often slip up in small, noticeable ways. Your role is to use keen observation and detective work to spot these inconsistencies:
· Compare facial features against resident dossiers for discrepancies.
· Check for forgotten items like hats or documentation that may give away a clone.
· Use the radiation tracker to detect any unnatural presence among the residents.
· Engage with the real neighbors to gather additional insights and confirm identities.
Embark on this intricate game of cat and mouse, where discerning friend from foe becomes a thrilling challenge. Each resident and their clone add layers to the gameplay, making That’s Not My Neighbor an enthralling experience for those who dare to unmask the truth.

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