Welcome to your new summer job at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where kids and parents alike come for entertainment and food as far as the eye can see! The main attraction is Freddy Fazbear, of course; and his two friends. They are animatronic robots, programmed to please the crowds! The robots' behavior has become somewhat unpredictable at night however, and it was much cheaper to hire you as a security guard than to find a repairman. From your small office you must watch the security cameras carefully. You have a very limited amount of electricity that you're allowed to use per night (corporate budget cuts, you know). That means when you run out of power for the night- no more security doors and no more lights! If something isn't right- namely if Freddybear or his friends aren't in their proper places, you must find them on the monitors and protect yourself if needed! Can you survive five nights at Freddy's?
I ignored this title when it first appeared on the Steam catalogue as it didn't really seem to be my kind of thing, but after a friend suggested that I look it up properly, I proceeded to watch the trailers and thought that it would be worth a go... why not? I had a look around the net and got it for 50% off on HumbleBundle.com.
First of all, I am really glad that I took the time to play Five Nights at Freddy's, even though it's not the type of game or genre I would normally go for, it turned out to be a lot of fun and actually pretty scary, even though you know what's coming after a couple of play-throughs, the game still has an ability to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Five Nights at Freddy's is a simple horror game where you take up night shifts as a security guard for Freddy's resturant, strange and frightening things being to happen when the animatronics seem to develop a mind of their own after 12AM. You have a limited amount of power and thus, very limited visibility while you struggle to decide if you want to keep the cameras/lights on or the doors kept sealed. I won't go into too much detail as I don't want to spoil it for any of you.
This turned out to be a great little Indie Game and the way it has soared in popularity in such a short amount of time is astounding, but I am glad that this is getting a lot of recognition. Even though the concept is simple, the game itself is fantastic and a lot of fun, especially at 2AM in the morning with all of the lights off and volume on full. Even though it's somewhat of a short game with simple controls, it is well worth the £1.99 I spent on it (I'd say it's worth the full £3.99 too) and I am really looking forward to a sequal or any future updates.
If you've been keeping an eye on this but are unsure about spending £3.99 on something short, see if you can find it on sale somewhere. Take my word for it, it's brilliant. This game proves beyond a doubt that simplicity in a game can be very effective.
This is already a great game, but then one must have the experience to know what the creators went through to make it. This game was made in Multimedia Fusion. It's not the most popular way to make games, but it is one of them. MMF is, when it comes to making computer games, very user friendly. However, the user-friendly aspect comes at the sacrifice of versatility. It takes butt-loads of creativity and ingenious workarounds to get anything this high quality out of MMF, especially something that has an almost 3 dimensional artstyle.
This Game to me is one of the GREATEST indie horror games ever and it deserves a 10/10 because the Game has many secrets hidden lore and is a very clever game and plus the game is absolutely the FUNEST game to play and to me would be worth recommending to anyone who likes horror games
I had my first jump scares and after that I got used to it. Surviving the whole night takes a lot of doing nothing especially when you need to conserve power. This game is about as fun as a night shift security job... zzZZzzZZzz