This page is about Pinkgirl234's game review on the third game of the FNaF series called Five Nights at Freddy's 3.
Scott Cawthon is a video game designer famously known for creating the Five Nights at Freddy's game series.
Scott Cawthon developed other games long before he even created Five Nights at Freddy's. In year 2007, he uploaded a video footage in YouTube of an animation called The Pilgrim's Progress. After it's release, Scott created several other games, including The Desolate Hope, Sit 'N Survive, and Chipper and Sons Lumber Co., and some of these were submitted to Steam Greenlight. However, these games were criticized by prominent reviewers due to having characters that moved and communicated with each other like animatronic machines. While very much discouraged, almost even to the point of quitting game development entirely, Scott decided to use the robotic character flaws for an advantage, which lead to the development of Five Nights at Freddy's.
On June 13, 2014, Scott submitted Five Nights at Freddy's to Steam Greenlight. A trailer of the game was released the next day, along with a demo released on July 24, 2014. Scott then developed sequels of the game, with Five Nights at Freddy's 4: The Final Chapter currently under development.
Game Plot and Objectives
The game is set to thirty years after Freddy Fazbear's Pizza closed down for good, leaving it as a rumor and memory but the owners of the Fazbear Fright: Horror Attraction are managing to revive the legend with anything that have survived in the years of ruin. At first there were just only empty shells, a hand, an old paper-plate doll, but there was a remarkable discovery: there is now one animatronic.
The main objectives of the game are still the same as the first and second game: survive until 6 AM and avoid all the dangerous hazards. The attraction however, consists of only animatronic called Springtrap, but the player will also encounter what everyone calls "phantom animatronics".
Did The Game Make Me Wise?
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The Best Thing About The Game
The best thing about the game is Springtrap. During the development of the game and as well as its release, Springtrap gains a lot of attention.
Lessons We Can Learn
Recommendations and Rating
This game is not recommended for people who are easily frightened by jumpscares, loud noises, flashing lights, horror content and for people who are below thirteen.
Pinkgirl234 rates this game five stars.
- Springtrap's jumpscare is the only jumpscare that will give the player a real gameover.
- The phantom animatronics
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