Welcome to the Ultimate Five Nights at Freddy’s Guide! For as ultimate a 650 word guide can be.
Five Nights at Freddy’s is a survival horror point-and-click game by Scott Cawthon. You take the night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. A job which you have to survive for 5 nights, each night from 12 am till 6 am making sure the animatronics won’t get you. Cause if they do, it’s game over. We will give you some tips on how to beat Five Nights at Freddy’s, but first some info about the animatronics.
Five Nights at Freddy’s Summary
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How to Play Five Nights at Freddy’s
Listen to the phone guy. The phone guy was a previous security guard at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. He will give you useful and important information. Some of the information he gives is to check security cameras often, as well as to close doors and turn on lights only if necessary. He also give some background information on the restaurant itself, so if you’re very into the lore, listen closely on the last bit of his message.
As the nights go on, the Phone Guy’s messages will be shorter and will mostly apply to the day’s events pertaining to the animatronics, and what you should do on that night. Apply what you have learned from him. The movement patterns of the animatronics will be much faster than the first night.
On the fourth night, the Phone Guy has recorded his last message. In the recording, you can hear animatronic noises, then Freddy’s jingle, the Toreador March. An animatronic jumpscare scream is heard, and the call it cut short.
Use power sparingly. You have a limited power supply for each night. If you run out of power, Freddy will catch you, unless you make it to 6 AM before his jingle ends. Your shifts last for six hours, from 12 AM to 6 AM, so keep this in mind while rationing power. The transition from 5 AM to 6 AM can interrupt Freddy’s attack if you run out of power, so try to survive until 5 AM at the least.
Be very careful from the third night on. While the game will still be tough the first two days, the animatronics will become more active on the third night. Be sure to have most of your power saved. You’ll need it much more on nights three, four, five and six.
Understand the animatronics behavior. There are five animatronics in the game: Bonnie the Bunny, Chica the Chicken, Foxy the Pirate Fox, Freddy Fazbear, and Golden Freddy. Bonnie and Chica come from the left and right doors, having a random path. Foxy goes to the left door and is more aggressive depending on how much you check on him. Freddy comes to the right in a single path. Golden Freddy is summoned through a rare appearing poster.
Be prepared for the fifth night. The Phone Guy will not have a message for you that night, so you will be on your own. The animatronics will be as active as ever as this is the last main night, and this is the one that you’ll need your power the most. On night five you get a strange, garbled phone call that is speculated to come from Freddy. It’s quite possible that after Phone Guy’s death, the animatronics had access to the phone, which is why you receive this. This call has been confirmed to come from the book “Autobiography of a Yogi.” Don’t let it distract you though!
Do your best. If this is your first time playing, be prepared. Five Nights at Freddy’s is somewhat weird, and very scary. Be prepared for not just the fifth night, but things like jumpscares, animatronics traveling, and much more!
If you have succeeded in surviving the fifth night, you can play night six and seven.
The Animatronics of FNAF
Bonnie is a Bunny animatronic who is most active the first few nights. He returns to your office more often than other animatronics and he can only enter through the left side. When he is in your office, the doors will be blocked.
Chica is most active from night 2 till 5 and she will only approach the office from the right side. She is a lot like Bonnie, but she idles longer at the door. If you hear noise coming from the kitchen, Chica is eating some pizza. She can also block your doors.
Foxy is a pirate fox who hides in Pirate Cove. He is active from night 2 -5, sometimes night 1. He is unique, because he has different stages. In the first stage he hides behind his curtains, in the second stage he will peek through, in the third stage he is standing in front of his exhibit and in the last stage he has left Pirate Cove completely. He will then run towards you through the West Hall (Cam 2-A). The stages will change quicker if you don’t watch him enough, so check him regularly. If he has left Pirate Cove, don’t check Cam 2-A, just close your door and wait for the sound of him knocking. He will only approach the left door.
Freddy is most active on night 4 and 5, but can appear earlier. He will not peek at your door so if he is the East Hall, you should close the right door immediately. He can also attack if both doors are closed and when the power runs out. When he is in the kitchen a song will start and you can hear a laugh when he moves. Last but not least, Freddy hides in the dark corners of the room and can not be seen if there is another animatronic in the room with him.
General Rules and Tips On FNAF
Cameras, doors and lights
Your camera viewer and lights aid you in finding the animatronics. Check both regularly and check on Pirate Cove every 1-3 times you look at the cameras. Your camera can show every place accept for the blind spots outside your door, that’s when the lights come in. Check your lights before you check the cameras, this is very important from night 3 and on. If Bonnie and Chica are near your door without you checking they will sneak up on you and kill you while you are checking the camera viewer. If an animatronic is next to the door. Close it!
Every night you start with a full energy bar. The cameras, lights and doors all cost power. Foxy also takes some power when he knocks on your door. If he does this 2 times in one night, you’re going to have a hard time!
Some Useful Tips on FNAF
Check the door lights and hallways often; lights before cameras. Also remember to watch Pirate Cove frequently. Hearing footsteps in the hallways is also a sign animatronics are near. Also remember to use your power wisely! The best tip I can give you really, is to stay calm. Then you are going to beat this shit! Well, for the most part.
In Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, an hour is 60 seconds, making each night 6 minutes long, meaning the game without jumpscares takes 36 minutes. In Ultimate Custom Night, an hour is 45 seconds, so every run is 4 minutes and 30 seconds, making it have the shortest nights.
Chica is an animatronic chicken and children’s entertainer housed at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza, along with Freddy Fazbear and Bonnie. She is the backup singer standing on the right-side in Freddy’s band.
How to survive him is simple. When you see Golden Freddy’s poster colored in the West Hall Corner (camera 2B), and you put down the camera he will appear. When he does, just go back into camera again and he will be gone.
It usually is a poster of normal Freddy with a microphone saying “Celebrate!” Keep hanging from that camera to another one until that poster changes to a close up of Golden Freddy’s face. Close your laptop before you switch to another camera, and Golden Freddy will appear in your office.
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