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HELLO NEIGHBOR ALPHA 2 | NUEVA ACTUALIZACION | ENTRANDO POR PRIMERA VEZ A LA CASA DEL VECINO

Hola a todos después de un par de semanas vuelvo esta vez con Hello Neighbor por primera vez en mi canal.He probado las versiones anteriores de este juego de suspenso y terror pero ahora con ustedes voy a probar el Alpha 2 que es la ultima versión hasta el momento de Hello Neighbor
Espero que te guste el video y no te olvides de darle a la campanita para estar al tanto de mis actualizaciones y quien sabe quizás dentro de poco realize un sorteo ¿TE LO VAS A PERDER? ¡Atento a la campanita entonces! ;)
SUSCRIBETE ES GRATIS SOLO LE DAS AL BOTON ROJO Y LISTO!!!
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