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How to Download Who Wants to Be a Murderer

That’s Not My Neighbour was developed by Nacho Sama and published on itch.io.

In the game, you work for the Doppelganger Detection Department (D.D.D.).

Since you need the money, you applied for the doorman position in the building.

It’s 1955, and for unknown reasons, doppelgangers are everywhere, and the D.D.D. has to take action.

Your job is to allow or deny the entry of people who want to enter the building.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to download “Who Wants to Be a Murderer?“, a game show by coding4rtist.

How to Download Who Wants to Be a Murderer

Here’s how to download the game:

  1. Go to https://coding4rtist.itch.io/who-wants-to-be-a-murderer.
  2. Click on “Download Now”.
  3. Select “No thanks, just take me to the downloads”.
  4. Download the “Who wants to be a Murderer?” zip file.
  5. Run the “Who Wants to Be a Murderer.exe” file to play the game!

Note: There is currently a bug when starting a new run.

The fix will be addressed at the end of the jam-voting phase.

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