Five Nights at Freddy's

Five Nights at Freddy's 3 Now Available on the App Store and Steam

Freddy Fazbear's Pizza closed its doors more than 30 years ago but the story lives on thanks to Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction. The owners have filled Fazbear's Fright with authentic items from the original location, including one animatronic...

Five Nights at Freddy's 3

The insanely popular Five Night's at Freddy's is back with a third installment. The location of the game has been changed but the gameplay is basically the same. In Five Nights at Freddy's 3 players are once again a night security guard at the new Fazbear's Fright horror attraction. Instead of being able to control only the security doors and cameras, players can now play audio through speakers and control the ventilation systems. Of course in the spirit of Freddy Fazbear these systems are old and don't work well.

Five Nights at Freddy's 3: He Will Come Back

Five Night's at Freddy's is not only one of the most popular games on Steam and the App Store, but it is quickly becoming one the best modern horror franchises. And like any good horror franchise it is pumping out the sequels at a rapid pace. Below you can watch the teaser trailer for Five Nights at Freddy's 3, which was released to YouTube on Monday.

The third game in the series takes place thirty years after Freddy Fazbear's Pizza has closed down and has become nothing more than a ghost story. New owners of "Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction" have decided to cash in on the legend by offering an "authentic" Fazbear experience using as many props they could find from the original location. The owners went through great lengths to locate a few items such as a few "empty shells, a hand, a hook and an old paper-plate doll." Then one night a single animatronic mysteriously shows up in the attraction.

Five Nights at Freddy's 2 and Kingdom Rush Origins Land on the Apple App Store

Call out sick and cancel your holiday plans because Five Nights at Freddy's 2 and Kingdom Rush Origins are both available on the App Store starting today. These are two of the most anticipated mobile game sequels of the year and they're already burning up the Apple app charts. Five Nights at Freddy's 2 is already the number 2 game behind its predecessor on the Top Paid iPhone chart, while Kingdom Rush Origins has just cracked the top 10 at number 9.

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In Five Nights at Freddy's 2, players must return to Freddy Fazbear's Pizza as the night watchman to babysit the old animatronic characters such as Freddy Fazbear and his new friends who are equipped with the latest in facial recognition technology. This time management has supplied you with your own Freddy Fazbear head, instead of security doors, to trick the animatronic characters and keep you safe.

Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Trailer

Developer Scott Cawthon has released a trailer for Five Nights at Freddy's 2. The official YouTube description doesn't offer any details about the new game, but it does include a link to the game's Steam Greenlight page. The good news is that the game has been greenlit by the Steam community. The bad news is that it's not coming to iOS devices first. This doesn't mean that the game will not be released to the App Store, it just means iOS users will have to wait a little longer to play it.

The sequel takes place at the "new and improved" Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Freddy and his animatronic friends have been redesigned with new facial recognition technology, but they are still malfunctioning. You are once again the new night security guard, but this time around there are no security doors to keep you safe. Instead you have been supplied with an empty Freddy Fazbear head, to fool Freddy and his friends into thinking you're one of them.

Halloween App of the Week: Five Nights at Freddy's

When I first saw customer reviews that said things like, Five Nights at Freddy's "is officially the scariest game I have ever played," I was skeptical. I thought there is no way an iPhone game, or really any video game, could be scary, but I was wrong. Five Nights at Freddy's has actually made me jump while playing it, and even if it doesn't scare you, it is still an intense game that is perfect for Halloween.

Five Nights at Freddy's

Like any cheesy horror movie the plot of Five Nights at Freddy's requires some suspension of disbelief, but its over-the-top premise is what gives it its charm. You're the new night watchman at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a Chuck E. Cheese's-like restaurant and arcade. Your job is to watch Freddy Fazbear and his animatronic pals from the safety of your office, which turns out not to be so safe. Freddy and his pals like to wonder around at night and awful things happen to humans who accidentally bump into them. Luckily you have two security doors to keep you safe, but due to corporate budget cuts you only have a limited amount of power to run your lights, security cameras and doors.


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