Five Nights at Freddy's is probably one of the games on Steam that everyone will have heard of; however I promised to review every game I finished so here goes...
The aim of Five Nights at Freddy's is to survive five consecutive nights in the security room of Freddy's Restaurant, hiding away from the horrors of the night, you have a limited amount of power to use the lights and keep the doors closed. It's very much a resource management game in that sense.
The graphics seem to be pre-rendered 2D style, which to be honest, they don't look the best, the security office where the whole game takes place is very pixelated and it doesn't look very pleasing, however the character models of the other bears etc. look quite cool.
As in all other horror games, the music and sound effects play the most critical role, they set the mood, and give you the most jump scare effects, and they are done very well here. The levels are all set in the same place; they just get progressively harder and harder, with different techniques used by the bears on each stage. The game is pretty hard once you get to Night 3 onwards, and will probably have you cowering in fear.
The whole game took two hours to complete the Five Nights, this felt just the right length as I don't think I could any more of the jumps and suspense.
People who seek that jump scare experience will find the thrill here; and the puzzle aspect of having to look after your power management is a nice feature, so overall, I can recommend Five Nights at Freddy's.
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