Five Nights at Freddy's
Five Nights at Freddy's ( Five Nights of Freddy ) is a super scary horror game. The player's objective is to survive the night inside Fuzzbear Pizza, where Freddie Fuzzbear and other animatronics are running amok. The game's appeal includes the following elements.
First, the graphics and sound design are very realistic and terrifying to the player. The animatronics' movements and facial expressions are eerie, and players must avoid being spotted by them. The music and sound effects also add to the tension and make the game more realistic.
In addition, Freddy Fuzzbear and the other animatronics are controlled by AI and change in response to the player's actions. The timing of their pursuit and their behavior patterns are random, requiring players to constantly monitor the situation and develop a strategy to survive.
To represent "Five Nights at Freddy's" in Scratch, it is first necessary to reproduce realistic graphics and sound effects. It also requires randomly reproducing the actions of the animatronics, which are controlled by AI. Referring to the works of other scratchers will give you ideas and methods of expression that will be more effective.
Let's explore how Scratchers express the charm of Five Nights at Freddy's and look at other Scratchers' works!
Check your security camera!
The dolls are on the move…
Don’t be surprised when you see a scary doll outside your door.
How to Play
- Click “Start” to play
- Click on the arrow below to check each security cameras
- Click on each security cameras to check status in each room
- Push A key to close the left door
- Push D key to close the right door
Hope you can stay alive until dawn.
Excellent remake of Five Nights at Freddy’s with Scratch.
Make you hold your breath and keeps you on edge!
When you suddenly realize that the animatronics are in front of you…gives you a heart attack.
Tips to save up energy…
close off the doors to the room, right as the animatronics tries to come in the door.
I hope that you stay alive until dawn for the full 6 days.
There’s a game you should totally check out where you get to be the night guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, facing off against some tricky animatronics! It’s a bit spooky and challenging, so it might not be the best for kids under 14. In the game, you can switch between cameras and masks by clicking the left mouse button or pressing A and D on your keyboard at the same time. It takes a little time to get the hang of it, but these skills are essential for beating the tougher animatronics. Just so you know, this game is a fan-made version of Scott Cawthon’s original, but the developers are continuously making improvements and updates, making it even more exciting! If you find any bugs or have suggestions about the design, don’t hesitate to share your feedback with the developers; they really appreciate it. There are more updates on the way, including a custom night, so stay tuned!
A 3D version of FNAF is super scary. Even with the basic 3D creation in Scratch, it’s surprising how it can be made this terrifying with such presentation. It’s technically impressive!
Check the camera
You need to go close to the monitor to check the camera.
Shut the door
You need to go close to the red button and press E to shut the door.
In this game, you must personally check each room as there are no cameras. It’s challenging and spooky. Here’s how to handle each character:
Freddy: Close the door when Freddy approaches. Screen glitches signal his nearness.
Bonnie: Similar to Freddy, but with loud footsteps.
Little Freddy: Shine a flashlight on Little Freddies on the bed to make them leave. Beware, if there are more than three, Big Freddy appears.
Foxy: From day two, close the closet when Foxy attempts an attack.
Cupcake: Appears from day two. If the lamp goes out, Freddy suddenly shows up, so manage your lamp’s battery wisely.
Lamp Battery: Overuse drains the battery quickly, but pressing a special button slightly recharges it.
I've been collecting games based on FNAF, like action ones and stuff! They might not be as scary compared to the original, ya know?