Tips to play fnaf

The 2014 independent survival horror game Five Nights at Freddy's is often thought to be one of the scariest games of the year. Have you got the nerve to play? If so, keep reading.


Listen to the guy on the phone

The guy who answers the phone used to work at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza as a security guard. He will tell you things that are helpful and important. He tells people to check security cameras often and to only open doors and turn on lights when they need to. He also talks about the history of the restaurant, so if you're interested in the story, pay close attention to the last part of his message.

As the nights go on, the Phone Guy's messages will get shorter and mostly tell you what to do that night based on what happened with the animatronics that day. Take what you've learned from him and use it. The animatronics will move much faster than they did on the first night.

The Phone Guy left his last message on the fourth night. On the recording, you can hear noises made by animatronics, followed by Freddy's tune, and then the Toreador March. A jump-scare scream from a machine is heard, and the call is cut off.


Don't waste power

Each night, you only have a certain amount of power. Freddy will catch you if you run out of power, unless you make it to 6 AM before his song ends. Your shifts go from 12 AM to 6 AM, so keep that in mind when you are rationing power. Freddy's attack can be stopped if you run out of power between 5 AM and 6 AM, so try to stay alive at least until 5 AM.


From the third night on, be very careful

The first two days of the game will still be hard, but on the third night, the animatronics will be more active. Make sure you've saved up most of your power. On nights three, four, five, and six, you'll need it a lot more.

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