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Scott, your FNAF series will always be some of my favourite video games. I admit, I shed a couple (a lot) of tears when I heard that it was over. These games were undoubtedly worth my time and my money from beginning to end. Concerning this app however, I was only slightly disappointed to find that I was not able to experience the lore minigames about the crying child, like the ones in this exact game on the PC. Hopefully someday you'll put that in. Another thing was, when I ran back and forth between doors during gameplay, I kept noticing a series of footsteps that sounded sort of like mine but a little faster and they would travel from left to right and vice versa. They kinda mess with my head when I'm trying to concentrate on all other tasks at hand. I really don't know what they are; if they're a bug or if they belong to Foxy or some other entity. But hopefully, if they ARE a bug, then it will be fixed in the future. If not, I'll just have to figure out about it on my own. Other than these two minor problems, the game was top notch and creepy as heck, just how I love your games. I would easily recommend this game to anyone who loves a good scare. :) keep at it Scott! You're a great man.
Ok, first of all let me just say that this game is AMAZING and NOBODY should be complaining otherwise - Scott did an amazing job in doing a port version of this game. Does it have bugs? Yes - but let's be honest, what game dosnt? Nobody should be complaining about "lag" because it's not lag. Creating a game as big as this with this many animations is more work than it seems - and our small devices aren't exactly super computers so of course the fps will be a bit slow. I would recommend fixing the glitch where you can here your footsteps repeatedly when u walk to the closet or one of the doors - along with the breathing audio. A audio boost wouldn't hurt 😜 But what I'm trying to get at, is that people should stop complaining. Yes their are bugs, but if you were making a game as big as this, I'd like to see YOU make a game 100% perfect with 0 bugs. Scott, I love your work - I hope that one day you can reveal the truth to the games lore such as: who is the purple guy, what is the timeline, and how does everything fit together? Thank your for your time to read this, and I'm giving this game five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️what it rightfully deserves 😄
I remember when the first game came out, I was so scared of it. Then came the next one and I remember hyping it up so much, and it became my favorite game of the 4. When the third game came out, I was like "How many games will this guy make?" Then a few weeks later, a teaser came out of nightmare Freddy, and I was so hyped about this fourth game. I bought it for my PC as soon as it came out. I played the first night at it was probably the best game ever. The jumpscares are super scary, the animations and ambient noises are great, and the story ties up so many loose ends. There are still some things we need to know, like who is the purple man? Anyway, I checked the App Store every day until it came out and it was 11pm when I saw it, so even though it is scary, I played the first night and beat it. The quality isn't too good, and the game is sorta laggy, but I still give it five stars for its great story. Good job on the final FNaF, and I can't wait till Halloween for that special thing that's happening. I'm guessing either the movie or another horror series! That would be awesome Scott! Thank you so much for the great series!
I love the fnaf franchise. Deep story, simple yet fun gameplay, great graphics, what more could you want? Scott is a great developer, and I hope he keeps making great games. My favorite part of the series has to be the story. It is fun to speculate, hypothesize, and piece together the clues. Fnaf 4 does not fall short of that, and (SPOILER ALERT) Scott Cawthon, doing what he does best, throws in a major curveball here. In the night 5 mini game, the child is bitten by fredbear. Do not be fooled! This is not the bite of 87. The child goes into a coma, and on night six, the mini game shows that the child dies. The sound in the background, the child disappearing, and the freddy doll saying "You're broken." All point to the child's death. Therefore he cannot be the bite of 87 victim because the phone guy, referring to the victim of this incident, says: " It's amazing that the human body could LIVE without the frontal lobe." The bite we see is the reason fredbears family diner was "left to rot for quite a while", it was shut down. In conclusion, the bite of 87 is yet to be revealed. Now that is out of my system, the game is fun, scary, and definitely the best.
Don't get me wrong I love these games the fear of not knowing if the animatronics are almost there you door or not really makes the game fun and the lore is very interesting and well hidden by Scott but in this port there are multiple glitches that are fatal for gameplay I mean you must hear every little thing or else it's game over and one of the glitches is when you run to the door it creates a looping sound of your footsteps making you think that the animatronics are running but it's just a looping glitch witch can throw you off big time. But it's not just about the sound on night 5+ you have to protect yourself against nightmare or Fred-bear witch requires you to look for him almost there your door and react fast witch is hard because when you are running to the door and when you are looking into the halls the game lags and I have a really fast smooth phone so it can't be just me experiencing this and this also makes the game hard for you. But that's really all of the problems that I'm experiencing so I have that Scott can patch these glitches in the next update
This time, the terror has followed you home.
In this last chapter of the Five Nights at Freddy's original
story, you must once again defend yourself against Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, and even worse things that lurk in the shadows. Playing as a child whose role is yet unknown, you must safeguard yourself until 6am by watching the doors, as well as warding off unwanted creatures that may venture into your closet or onto the bed behind you.
You have only a flashlight to protect yourself. It will scare away things that may be creeping at the far end of the hallways, but be careful, and listen. If something has crept too close, then shining lights in its eyes will be your end.
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