Joel is counting the days until he can quit his family's garden center and hit the road to a new life. Aimee finally works up the courage to ditch her loud-mouthed, annoying friend at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. But when it comes to Five Nights at Freddy's , even the most well-meaning actions can reap horrible consequences. In this eleventh volume, Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon spins three sinister novella-length stories from different corners of his series' canon.
Readers beware: This collection of terrifying tales is enough to unsettle even the most hardened Five Nights at Freddy's fans. Skip to main content. Signed Books in the Store My Account. Show more. Developed by Scottgames, LLC. Playable on Xbox One. Xbox Series X S. Capabilities Single player. PC Game Pad. Cloud enabled. Xbox achievements. Xbox presence. Xbox cloud saves. Xbox Live. Compare editions. Five Nights at Freddy's RM
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A secret fifth animatronic named Golden Freddy occasionally appears, who is later revealed to be an apparition of a character called Fredbear, the in-universe precursor to Freddy Fazbear. Some of these variations include:. The series' central character and main antagonist is William Afton, the founder of Afton Robotics, LLC, responsible for the creation of the Funtime Animatronics, and one of the co-founders of Fazbear Entertainment, Inc. Afton was first introduced in the minigames of Five Nights at Freddy's 2 , depicted as an unnamed purple figure identified colloquially as the "Purple Guy".
These minigames, as well as those from later installments, establish Afton as a child murderer , who killed at least six children Gabriel, Jeremy, Susie, Fritz, Cassidy, and Charlotte Emily before the events of the series; these children's spirits would go on to haunt some of the animatronic characters of the franchise, including Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, Golden Freddy, and the Puppet. Afton himself was killed due to mechanical malfunctions of the Spring Bonnie suit he had worn during the murders and has appeared post-mortem as various incarnations throughout the series; most notably as Springtrap in Five Nights at Freddy's 3 , Scraptrap in Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator , and Burntrap in Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach.
He has also been speculated to be the protagonist of Ultimate Custom Night , where he endures torment in purgatory at the hands of the vengeful Cassidy, who refuses to let Afton die. A character known as Glitchtrap or "the Anomaly" appears as the main antagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted , and it has been debated among fans whether he is the real Afton or a digital copy of his consciousness.
William's eldest son, Michael Afton, has been the protagonist of several games in the series, making his official debut in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. However, he has been speculated to be the player character of some of the earlier installments under several fake aliases, including "Mike Schmidt" in the first game, "Fritz Smith" in Five Nights at Freddy's 2 , and the unnamed security guard in Five Nights at Freddy's 3.
His motives are cryptic and not very well-known, although it is agreed upon that he is a central character in the overarching story of the franchise. The main protagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's 4 minigames is a young boy who has been traumatized by Fazbear Entertainment's animatronics due to bullying from his older brother, which later installments imply to be Michael Afton.
The child was fatally injured by the Fredbear animatronic, and fell into a coma before eventually dying. Unnamed in game, he is identified colloquially as the "Crying Child", but cryptography puzzles in Survival Logbook have implied his name is Evan. The player character of the main gameplay section of Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is unknown, but has been commonly speculated to either be the Crying Child having nightmares during his coma, or Michael Afton having nightmares about his brother's death, which he had indirectly caused.
The Puppet, introduced in Five Nights at Freddy's 2 , plays a prominent role in the backstory of Five Nights as Freddy's , as the one responsible for the murdered children's spirits haunting the animatronics. In Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator , it is revealed that the Puppet is haunted by the spirit of Charlotte, the daughter of William Afton's former business partner and the other Fazbear Entertainment co-founder, Henry Emily, and who is implied in several minigames to be Afton's first victim.
Different versions of Charlotte referred to as "Charlie" and Henry appear in the first Five Nights at Freddy's novel trilogy, with the former serving as the main protagonist. In the minigames of Sister Location and the canon ending of Pizzeria Simulator , she is revealed to be possessed by Elizabeth Afton, the daughter of William Afton and sister of Michael and the Crying Child. Her motives differ in the two games, as in the former she wishes to escape the facility where she and the other Funtime Animatronics are being held by occupying Michael's body, while in the latter she seeks to make her father proud by killing Michael.
Circus Baby has been a recurring character in other Five Nights at Freddy's media since. The main protagonist of Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach is a young boy named Gregory, who is trapped in the Mega Pizzaplex overnight, and must survive against several hacked mascot characters and automated security robots. Among the robots are two humans; Vanessa the security guard, and a woman in a white rabbit costume known as "Vanny", who are implied to be one and the same. Vanny previously appeared as the player character in Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted , where William Afton's spirit somehow possessed her to continue his killings, and she now suffers from dissociative identity disorder.
A veteran staff member known as the "Phone Guy" provides information and advice via taped recordings in the first three games, posthumously in the third following his death at the hands of the animatronics in the first game's fourth night.
Additional humans include Jeremy Fitzgerald the main night guard that the player controls in Five Nights at Freddy's 2 , who has been speculated to be the victim of "the Bite of '87" and miscellaneous staff of the revived Fazbear Entertainment, Inc. A Windows Phone version was also released,  but was soon withdrawn due to its downscaled graphics.
The first game revolves around a character called Mike Schmidt, who begins working as a night security guard at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where the animatronics move at night and supposedly kill anyone they see by stuffing them into a spare animatronic suit.
Animatronic movement is explained to the player as a purposely-programmed "free-roaming" mode, to prevent the animatronic's servomotors from locking up. The player must survive from 12 a. They cannot leave the room and must use a camera system and two doors with lights to defend theirself from the animatronics, with limited power to use their tools.
The hostility of the animatronics appears to result from the possession by the vengeful souls of children who were killed at the restaurant. Shortly after the release of the first game, Cawthon confirmed rumors about a sequel. Ports for Android and iOS were released on November 13 and 20 of respectively. A Windows Phone port was also released, but was withdrawn for substandard graphics. The gameplay is largely similar to its predecessor. Players must survive a night shift at the "new and improved" Freddy Fazbear's Pizza restaurant from 12 a.
In addition to the animatronics from the first game which are depicted in a deteriorated state , the game features several new antagonists, who can be fended off using different tactics. The explanation given for the animatronics' behavior during the game is similar to the one from the first Five Nights at Freddy's.
The protagonist is a new character, Jeremy Fitzgerald, who is promoted to daytime security after the sixth night, being replaced by Fritz Smith in the "custom night". During the game, Phone Guy from the previous game calls Jeremy to give him hints on how to survive each night while talking about the restaurant's history. During these calls, it is revealed that the restaurant has become the subject of a police investigation due to various rumors. It is also possible to access hidden Atari -styled minigames that provide further insight on the restaurant's troubled past, showing a purple figure killing multiple children.
On the fifth night, the location is put on lockdown due to an unspecified event. At the end of the game, Jeremy receives a paycheck dated thus revealing that the events of the game take place before the first Five Nights at Freddy's , and the restaurant is closed, with a new location set to be opened elsewhere.
On January 3, , an image was uploaded to Cawthon's website teasing a third entry in the series. On February 15, Cawthon posted on Steam that Five Nights at Freddy's 3 was cancelled after a hacker allegedly leaked the game. Set thirty years after the events of the first game, its main character works at Fazbear's Fright, a horror attraction based on the long-gone Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. On April 27, , Cawthon began posting images on his website teasing another game in the series, which was originally titled Five Nights at Freddy's: The Final Chapter.
It was pushed forward to August 8 and again to July 23, when the game was unexpectedly released on Microsoft Windows through Steam. Android and iOS ports were released on July 25 and August 3, , respectively. The player character is an unknown and unnamed character who has delusions of being attacked by nightmarish versions of the first game's animatronic characters. The game's story is told through minigames, in which an unnamed young boy is bullied because of his irrational fear of a restaurant with a yellow animatronic bear and rabbit called Fredbear and Spring Bonnie, respectively.
He is guided by an animatronic plush toy, who speaks to the character when he is alone. The child is eventually killed by Fredbear in a freak accident. On April 23, , Cawthon posted a teaser image on his website of a clown-like animatronic named Baby from an upcoming game titled Sister Location. The release date was announced as October 7, Cawthon made a prank release of the game on October 5, apparently releasing a "mature" edition after a decision to delay the game to make it more kid-friendly.
The download link led to a clone of Cawthon's previous game, Sit 'N Survive. The player character Michael Afton, nicknamed Mike jokingly called Eggs Benedict ,  is a new employee of Circus Baby's Rentals and Entertainment a sister company of Fazbear Entertainment that rents animatronics for children's parties.
The animatronics were originally intended for Circus Baby's Pizza World, which never opened due to a gas leak. HandUnit instructs him about his job, often telling him to disregard safety; the animatronic Baby often gives instructions that contradict HandUnit's, but are vital to survival. The game also has a "custom night",  in which the player can use mechanics reminiscent of the first game such as interactive doors and a camera system which were absent from the main game.
New minigames are also available, describing the fate of Mike after the events of the main game. In June , Cawthon hinted at the development of a sixth main game in the series. On July 2, , he announced his decision to cancel the game and said that he had been "neglecting other things in [his] life for the sake of trying to keep up with mounting expectations".
The game's story again follows Michael Afton who, sometime following the events of Five Nights at Freddy's 3 and Sister Location , becomes the manager of a new Freddy Fazbear's restaurant run by the mysterious "Cassette Man". The game has multiple endings depending on how well the player runs the pizzeria and whether they salvaged all the animatronics, but the canon ending has Cassette Man reveal himself as Henry Emily, William's former business partner and the father of Charlotte the spirit possessing the Puppet animatronic , and set the restaurant on fire after revealing its true purpose as a trap to lure in the remaining animatronics.
The restaurant burns to the ground, seemingly killing Michael, Henry, and all the animatronics, finally releasing the spirits haunting them. Ultimate Custom Night was originally intended to be a post-launch add-on to Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator , but was eventually turned into a stand-alone game, releasing on June 27, The player can select the office to play in and has 16 themed game modes available. However, the anthology novel series Fazbear Frights implies that the game is actually Afton's repeating nightmare , and not hell or purgatory.
This comes from the fifth book, Bunny Call , which has a story called "The Man in Room " where a burned man is kept alive by a shadow child despite the fact that he should be dead and suffers nightmares. In the following book, Blackbird , the epilogue confirms that the man is actually William Afton. Although it was never confirmed if the Fazbear Frights series is canon or not, Cawthon confirmed that it's supposed to reveal mysteries from the previous games.
On August 18, , Cawthon confirmed on his Steam thread that the next main installment in the Five Nights at Freddy's series would be available as a virtual reality game. From a first-person perspective, they fix the animatronics, solve puzzles and navigate dark hallways while avoiding malfunctioning and hostile animatronics.
Curse of Dreadbear , a Halloween-themed downloadable content pack for Help Wanted was released in three parts, with several "waves" of new minigames released on October 23, October 29, and October 31, , for a total of 10 new minigames. Keep Out! Notable new game modes include a shooting gallery , a free-roaming corn maze , and an assembly line in which the player must construct an animatronic.
On August 8, , on the first game's fifth anniversary, Cawthon posted a new image on his website, teasing the next installment for the series. It shows a "Mega Pizza Plex" containing a laser tag arena, an arcade, a large cinema and a Freddy Fazbear's Pizza restaurant; in the main square, '80s-style versions of Freddy, Chica, and four completely new animatronics can be seen playing for an excited crowd. On April 21, , the characters' names were leaked from Funko 's list of upcoming products, and the title was revealed as Five Nights at Freddy's: Pizza Plex.
Scott Cawthon confirmed the leaks via Reddit but revealed that the title was not official. The game was initially scheduled for an early release,  but was delayed to late The game's plot revolves around a young boy named Gregory being trapped in a large shopping mall teeming with murderous animatronics who hunt him down by the orders of Vanny, a mysterious woman in a rabbit costume, while also evading the complex's security guard, Vanessa.
Suffering a malfunction that causes him to ignore Vanny's hacking, the complex's Freddy assists Gregory in escaping the complex. The game is set in a fanciful world where the characters must fight enemies and progress by unlocking perks and items. Originally planned for release on February 2, , Cawthon rescheduled the release for January 22 and released it on January 1.
Players and critics criticized the game for missing key features and being unstable and unfinished, for which Cawthon apologized: "I got too eager to show the things that were finished that I neglected to pay attention to the things that weren't. He released a free version of the game, featuring a 3D overworld and an updated character-selection screen, in February Cawthon posted a new teaser the following month, with characters such as the main series' Purple Guy and most of the characters from the Halloween update of Five Nights at Freddy's 4.
Dark Circus: Encore! The player is tasked with solving puzzles while on a time limit. Machines with clocks ticking down are strewn throughout the circus, with the players having to search around for clues to solve them. As more tasks are completed, the chained up animatronics are slowly unbound, leading to battles against them in the traditional AR playstyle.
On August 21, , Cawthon announced his plan to help fund and publish Five Nights at Freddy's games developed by fans, bundled with previous installments in their respective series. He will not be involved in any of the creative elements but will help with marketing and publishing support, as well as appropriate licensing.
Cawthon also stated that these games will come to mobile and consoles, and may even have merchandise created for them. The first game to be released under this initiative was a port of One Night at Flumpty's for Android and iOS on October 31 and November 18, , respectively. The first new game to be released as a part of this initiative was One Night at Flumpty's 3 on October 31, , for PC and mobile devices, and for consoles at a later date.
The first game, One Night at Flumpty's , was initially released on January 28, , with the second game, One Night at Flumpty's 2 , being released on April 11, On August 22, , the first two games were re-released. A bundle for consoles that includes the three main games, titled One Night at Flumpty's: The Egg Collection , is currently in development. Five Nights at Candy's is a spin-off series developed by Emil Macko.
It has been officially endorsed and funded by Scott Cawthon. The first game, Five Nights at Candy's , was released on July 18, On August 14, , the first game was remastered for the fourth anniversary of the series. Under the Fazbear Fanverse , the fourth and final game is currently in development, alongside ports for the previous three games to consoles and mobile.
They've been officially endorsed and funded by Scott Cawthon. The first game, The Joy of Creation , was initially released on November 30, Under the Fazbear Fanverse , a bundle that includes Unreal Engine 5 remakes of the three main games, titled The Joy of Creation: Ignited Collection , is currently in development. Initially a fan-project, it is now endorsed, licensed, and funded by Scott Cawthon.
It takes place in an alternate universe that only takes the first 3 entries of the Five Nights at Freddy's series into account. The series has been confirmed to also take place in the same universe as Five Nights at Candy's. A bundle including the rebooted titles are presumed to be in development for mobile and consoles as well. Ambient music for the first four Five Nights at Freddy's games is primarily stock music adapted by Cawthon.
It was published ahead of schedule on Kindle on December 27, , and a paperback release followed on September 27, The novel follows a group of childhood friends who meet in their hometown and discover unnerving secrets about the once-beloved Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
Although the novel inhabits the Five Nights at Freddy's universe, the book and the games are not "intended to fit together like two puzzle pieces". He has no friends and finds himself being bored during the summer. He soon discovers something at a nearby pizzeria. It was released on May 5, and contains three short stories: " A. Fazbear Frights Prankster is the eleventh and final volume of the Fazbear Frights series and was co-written by Cooper and Waggener with Cawthon.
Fazbear Frights Felix the Shark is the twelfth and bonus volume of the Fazbear Frights series and was co-written by Cooper and Waggener with Cawthon. Tales from the Pizzaplex 1: Lally's Game is the upcoming first volume of the Tales from the Pizzaplex series and will be co-written by Parra and Waggener with Cawthon.
It will be released on July 19, Tales from the Pizzaplex 2: Happs is the upcoming second volume of the Tales from the Pizzaplex series and will be co-written by Cooper and Waggener with Cawthon. It will be released on August 30, Tales from the Pizzaplex 3: Somniphobia is the upcoming third volume of the Tales from the Pizzaplex series and will be co-written by Parra and Waggener with Cawthon.
It will be released on November 1, Tales from the Pizzaplex 4 is the upcoming fourth volume of the Tales from the Pizzaplex series. It will be released on December 27, Tales from the Pizzaplex 5 is the upcoming fifth volume of the Tales from the Pizzaplex series. It will be released on March 7, Warner Bros. Pictures announced in April that it had acquired the series' film rights, with Roy Lee , David Katzenberg, and Seth Grahame-Smith scheduled to produce.
Grahame-Smith said that they would collaborate with Cawthon "to make an insane, terrifying and weirdly adorable movie". In January , Cawthon said that due to "problems within the movie industry as a whole", the film "was met with several delays and roadblocks" and was "back at square one". He promised "to be involved with the movie from day one this time, and that's something extremely important to me. I want this movie to be something that I'm excited for the fanbase to see.
Pictures' turnaround. On November 20, , Cawthon announced in a Reddit post discussing the many scrapped screenplays for the film that filming for the movie, referring to its script as the "Mike" screenplay, would begin in spring The original Five Nights at Freddy's received "generally favorable" reviews according to review aggregator website Metacritic , assigning the Windows version a score of 78 out of They noted that its artistic direction and gameplay mechanics contributed to a feeling of "brutal tension", but criticized it for taking too long to load when launched.
However, the gameplay was criticized for becoming repetitive once a player masters it, noting players have "not much more to expect beyond managing battery life and careful timing of slamming doors shut. Five Nights at Freddy's 2 received "mixed or average" reviews according to Metacritic, assigning the Windows version a score of 62 out of I wanted the plodding animatronic suits to find me and rip my face off in new and interesting ways.
I wanted working legs. What I got was a horror game dipping heavily into deception and subtlety, a wonderfully cruel cocktail of supernatural mystery and jolts of panicked adrenaline. Enjoying the good parts, though, comes with a cost of a frustratingly steep difficulty. Five Nights at Freddy's 3 received "mixed or average" reviews according to Metacritic, assigning the Windows version a score of 68 out of Five Nights at Freddy's 4 received "mixed or average" reviews according to Metacritic, assigning the Windows version a score of 51 out of She criticized the game for being difficult to survive in certain environments when relying on audio cues and the Android version not containing the story-centric minigames.
Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location received "mixed or average" reviews from critics according to Metacritic, assigning a score of 62 out of She writes, " The game changes so much, you are forced to adapt and are always on the edge of your seat, waiting for what is to come. Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator received mostly positive reviews.
GameCrate called it the "best value in gaming right now",  with Rock Paper Shotgun calling it "spooky as hell". Ultimate Custom Night received mostly positive reviews. Rock Paper Shotgun deemed the game "an intriguing mess",  with PC Gamer calling it "a neat, customisable take on the classic survival horror formula".
Five Nights at Freddy's: Help Wanted received "generally favorable" reviews from critics for the PlayStation 4 version according to Metacritic, assigning a score of 80 out of ;  the Nintendo Switch version received "mixed or average" reviews, with Metacritic assigning a score of 53 out of However, the game's frequent use of jump scares could make it less scary and more obnoxious over time for some players.
The main criticism being that the game had become pointless for having removed the VR mode making it a "sub-par minigame collection" with "limited gameplay" since previous main games were available already for the console, and speculated that the only reason for releasing it for the console were to capitalize on the console's market share.
Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach received "mixed or average" reviews, according to Metacritic. Since the release of the first game, the games have become a popular topic of discussion by fans on social media platforms such as Reddit ,  and are regularly featured on Let's Play videos.
Popular video creators, such as PewDiePie , Markiplier , and Jacksepticeye helped the games receive additional attention with their playthroughs. A number of fan games have been inspired by the game mechanics of Five Nights at Freddy's. Although the Five Nights at Freddy's fandom has been criticized for immaturity,  Cawthon defended them on Steam and criticized the broader community for what he called an unfair generalization. Five Nights at Freddy's merchandise is primarily produced by two companies: Sanshee and Funko.
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The robots' behavior has become somewhat unpredictable at night however, and it was much cheaper to hire you as a security guard than to find a repairman. From your small office you must watch the security cameras carefully. You have a very limited amount of electricity that you're allowed to use per night corporate budget cuts, you know.
That means when you run out of power for the night- no more security doors and no more lights! If something isn't right- namely if Freddybear or his friends aren't in their proper places, you must find them on the monitors and protect yourself if needed! Can you survive five nights at Freddy's? Simple still images and proper character design steal the show in this game, and show that Scott Cawthon knows quite a lot about the secret fears people feel when looking at creepy dolls and toys.
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