Five Nights at Freddys

- One of the best horror games of the year

Five Nights at Freddys

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If you are a lover of movies and horror games, you should definitely not ignore Five Nights at Freddy’s. It is rated as one of the best horror games of 2014 with its unique, simple gameplay and highly artistic expression.

Five Nights at Freddy’s was first released on August 8, 2014 on the Desura distribution channel and on August 18, 2014 on Steam, bringing curiosity and great resonance in the horror-loving community. It has been the best-selling game on the Desura distribution system since August.

The game scene takes place in a famous Pizza shop “”Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza”. During the day it is a bustling, joyful place, full of laughter of children. But at night, spooky things continue. Happens that cause the owner to hire a security guard to look after the store.You will play as Mike Schmidt, a security guard on the night shift in a Pizza shop.

How to play this game is very simple: All you have to do is just sit still in the control room, observe the movement in the store through the security camera, and when something strange approaches the control room, let’s go. Close the room door immediately if you don’t want to lose your life. Although simple, the game does not cause boredom. A challenge for players is that they are only provided with a limited amount of electricity that is enough for one night. All actions such as opening lights, slamming doors or opening cameras consume a significant amount of electricity. Therefore, you must use electricity sensibly to avoid the power supply running out before dawn, so you can be lucky to survive each creepy night.

Unlike pure horror games like Slender or Amnesia, or games full of gore and ghosts, Five Nights at Freddy’s offers players brainstorming challenges, a survival battle with toy animals. curse. The game makes players fear and suspense about an approaching threat, not a mere jumpscare scare.

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