Five Nights at Freddy's 4 is the fourth installment of this indie horror game series developed by Scott Cawthon. In this game, you play as a kid as you try to survive in your own home from 12am to 6am for 5
In the fourth game, you no longer have a camera system, but instead you have 2 doors, 1 closet and a bed behind you to check.
When checking the doors, you need to listen carefully for the animatronics breathing and close the door and hold it shut for a while if you do hear breathing. If no breathing is heard, use the flashlight to check at the hallway.
When checking on the closet, use the flashlight to see if the animatronic Foxy hiding inside is there. If the animatronic is there, immediately close the closet door and keep it shut for a while until it turns back into a plushy. If left unchecked, Foxy will eventually come out of the closet and jumps care you.
When checking the bed behind you, you might sometime encounter small little bear If so, keep the flashlight on until they go away. If you don’t check the bed often, Freddy will also eventually come out to jumps care you. But don’t look at the bed for too long either because if you do, you’ll eventually be jump scared by the Nightmare Cupcake that’s sent out to look for you when you don’t check the doors often enough.
The game also has a mobile version available for Android and iOS. You can download the game from Google Play or the Appstore.
If you have somehow manage to survive through all the nights in this game, and want to play more than you can also play the sequels Five Nights at Freddy's, Five Nights at Freddy's 2, Five Nights at Freddy's 3 and Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location.
You should play the game with headphones on to experience the game’s creepy atmosphere in full.
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