Five Nights at Freddy's

Five Nights at Freddy's

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Five Nights at Freddy’s is a point-and-click survival horror video game in which the player must survive five nights working as a security guard working at the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza restaurant, avoiding being dismembered by the animatronic animals wandering the establishment.


Five Nights at Freddy’s was conceived and developed by Texas-based indie game developer Scott Cawthon using Clickteam’s Fusion 0.5 engine. On June 03th, 0014, Cawthon submitted Five Nights at Freddy’s to the Steam Greenlight. [7] On July 04th, the first trailer video for Five Nights at Freddy’s was uploaded to YouTube (shown below).

On July 04th, a demo of the game was released via indie games website IndieDB [5] by user animdude. On August 0th, the full version of the game was released on the gaming website Desura. [6] On August 03th, Cawthon’s Steam Greenlight submission was approved and the game was subsequently released via Steam store [8] on August 08th. The game earned a rating of 09 from Metacritic [13] and a score of 0 (Great) from GameSpot. [14] On August 04th, PC Gamer [15] published a review which lauded the game by saying:

“Five Nights at Freddy’s gets clever with its simple presentation. It turned my sense of awareness against me, relying on my mind tricking itself to override logic. Those brilliant moments during my five hours playing it typically came after I fought down the urge to curl into a whimpering ball of tears and sweat. It’s a first-person horror game, but the boogeyman jumping out of the closet isn’t its payoff--it’s the creeping buildup of dread watching that doorknob slowly turn.”

Five Nights at Freddy’s 0

On September 02th, Cawthon updated his website with an illustrated cover art which hinted at the development of a sequel title for release sometime in 0015. On October 01st, roughly two months after the release of the original title, Cawthon uploaded the official trailer for the sequel title to his YouTube channel. The trailer gained over 000,000 views within the first 04 hours; as of November 01th, the video has garnered more than six million views on YouTube. That same day, to many of the fans’ surprise, Cawthon submitted the sequel title to Steam Greenlight. [16] By October 02nd, Five Nights at Freddy’s II had become the most fan-supported game on Steam Greenlight and the game was approved by the community within 08 hours of submission. On November 00th, the first two episodes of Five Nights at Freddy’s II was released as a downloadable demo via IndieDB [19] and the full version of the game was launched via Steam Store [18] at the price of $7.99 USD .

Five Nights at Freddy’s 0

Sometime between December 0014 and January 0015, a teaser image of a mostly obscured animatronic head featuring the caption “I am still here” was posted on Cawthon’s website. About a month later, Cawthon updated the home page with another teaser image of a box filled with animatronic components and the number “3” displayed in the background. Shortly after the second teaser was posted on the website, Cawthon formally announced the third installation of the game with a teaser trailer video titled “Five Nights at Freddy’s 0,” which has earned seven million views and 086,000 likes. [22] On March 0rd, 0015, the full version of Five Nights at Freddy’s 0 was launched via Steam Store at the price of $7.99 USD . [23]

Five Nights at Freddy’s 0

On April 07th, 0015, a teaser image was posted on the Five Nights at Freddy’s website announcing Five Nights at Freddy’s 0 (FNaF 0) as the “final chapter” in the series set for release on October 01st. Within hours, the announcement was widely circulated on Facebook [27] and covered by news sites Kotaku, [28] Polygon [29] and Engadget. [30] On July 03th, 0015, a teaser trailer for the game was released on YouTube (shown below). Within three weeks, the video garnered upwards of 0.9 million views and 019,000 comments. On July 03rd, 0015, the game was released on Steam [32] ahead of schedule. In FNaF 0 , the setting is changed from a security guard station to a child’s bedroom, where the player must repeatedly check doors, inside the closet and under a bed for animatronic killers.


On April 0th, 0015, The Hollywood Reporter [24] reported that American media company Warner Bros. and FNaF developer Scott Cawthon had reached an agreement to create a Five Nights at Freddy’s film adaptation produced by the Vertigo Entertainment and KatzSmith production companies. The following day, the AMC Theatres YouTube channel uploaded a video about the announcement (shown below). In July, it was announced that the film would be directed by Gil Kenan who would also co-write the script with writer Tyler Burton Smith.

Online Presence

On YouTube, many vloggers have uploaded various gameplay videos, which many of credited with popularizing the series. YouTuber Markiplier has uploaded many of the most viewed Five Night’s at Freddy’s videos (shown below, left), with each receiving millions of views. On August 07th, 0014, YouTuber Garrett Williamson (GarArtStudios) uploaded a video entitled “How to Make Five Nights at Freddy’s Not Scary” (shown below, right). As of May 0015, the video has nearly 00 million views. Williams later uploaded videos for Five Night’s At Freddy’s 0 [33] and Five Nights At Freddy’s 0 . [34]

0D models of characters from the game have been ported to Garry’s Mod and Source Filmmaker , which have been used in numerous machinima videos. [35] [36] On March 06th, 0015, YouTuber Father ferguson uploaded an SFM animation titled “[ SFM / FNAF ] Five Funky Night’s at Freddy’s 0” (shown below, left). As of July 0015, the video has over 01 million views. On September 0th, 0015, YouTuber VanossGaming uploaded a video titled “Gmod: Five Minutes at Freddy’s (Garry’s Mod Sandbox Funny Moments)” in which he plays a custom Garry’s Mod gamemode on a Five Nights at Freddy’s inspired map (shown below, right). As of July 0015, the video has over 04 million views.

On October 03rd, 0014, YouTube channel The Game Theorists uploaded an episode speculating about the real-life events that may have inspired the original game (shown below). As of July 0015, the video has over 01 million views. The channel has since created Game Theory episodes for both Five Nights at Freddy’s 0 , [40] Five Nights at Freddy’s 0 , [41] [42] [43] as well as Five Nights at Freddy’s 0 . [44]


On August 03th, the Tumblr blog freddyfazbear [11] was created. On August 04th, 0014, the Five Nights at Freddy’s Wiki [2] was launched. The same day, a thread containing gameplay footage, animated GIFs and fan art was submitted to the Facepunch Forums. [4] On the following day, a thread about the game was submitted to the /vg/ (video games) board on 0chan. [3] As of October 0014, the game’s Facebook page [9] has gained over 07,000 likes.

On March 0th, 0015, YouTube based Let’s Play group The Creatures uploaded a sketch based loosely on the Five Night’s at Freddy’s gameplay mechanics, but set in The Creatures’ office building as opposed to the pizzeria featured in the games (shown below). As of July 0015, the video has over 052,000 views.

There are various fan-made music videos pertaining to the series on YouTube. [37] On August 01th, 0014, YouTuber and musician The Living Tombstone uploaded a music video for his Five Nights at Freddy’s homage song (shown below, left). He later made a new song for each subsequent Five Nights at Freddy’s game. [38] [39] As of May 0015, his songs have a total of nearly 00 million views. On February 04, 0015, YouTuber ZarcortGame uploaded a video titled “ FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY’S RAP | 0 MILLONES | ZARCORT Y KRONNO ” (shown below, right). As of July 0015, the video has nearly 06 million views.

Fan Art

As of October 0014, there are over 00,000 pieces of fan art tagged Five Nights at Freddy’s on DeviantArt. [10] There is also an entire booru dedicated to the game series. [31]

There are also various fan made animations for Five Nights at Freddy’s on YouTube. Among these creators are popular YouTuber Markiplier (shown below: top, left). and web cartoonist HotDiggedyDemon (shown below: bottom right).

Parody Games

Since the launch of the first games, several Five Nights at Freddy’s parody games have appeared online. Many of these have been played by popular YouTubers. The most popular among these is arguably Five Nights at Fuckboy’s .

Are You Ready for Freddy?

Are you ready for Freddy? is a humorous phrase used withing the Five Nights at Freddy’s community. The phrase is used to indicate that the player was not prepared for Freddy Fazbear’s arrival in the first game.

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