10 Beguiling Facts About Five Nights at Freddys

Boo! It’s time to learn about the spooky scary game Five Nights at Freddy’s. Creator and developer Scott Cawthon used the Clickteam Fusion 2.5 engine to make this super-popular horror game. The first, second, and third editions were released in rapid succession, making Scott Cawthon one of the busiest new game developers out there! We have more interesting tidbits on our list of 10 beguiling facts about Five Nights at Freddy’s, so keep reading to learn more! Like the voice of “Phone Guy.” Who is it? Spoiler: It’s Scott Cawthon himself! And the game was supposed to help Scott redeem himself after the failed Chipper & Sons game.

10 You Want Scary? You Got Scary

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Chipper & Sons was criticized for looking like a horror game, so Scott decided to make an actual horror game.

9 Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Movie

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In the summer of 2015, Warner Brothers signed on for a FNAF movie…oh boy.

8 King of FNAF

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That would be Markiplier, a famous YouTube Let’s Player.

7 Hope Animation

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This is a Christian game studio that Scott Cawthon belongs to.

6 The Mystery of Phone Guy

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We know he died via animatronic, but we can’t figure out specifics.

5 Decommissioned Animatronic

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Foxy was put out of service in 1987 as a consequence of “The Bite of ‘87.”

4 What is Golden Freddy?

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Many players suspect that Golden Freddy is in fact a hallucination.

3 Redemption for Foxy

Some people claim Foxy is a benevolent animatronic, but that is highly unlikely.

2 People Aren’t Even Sure When the Game Takes Place

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1991? 1996? Somewhere in between? The details are beyond fuzzy.

1 The Rise of Mat Pat

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His Game Theories became a hit as he tried to puzzle out the game’s backstory.

+ Bonus Knowledge Nuggets

Hungry for more from Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza? Well, a fan-made animatronic was based off of the dog that appears on camera for a split second. They named it Sparky the Dog. Loads of other fan art has been made, including drawings, gifs, animations, and videos.

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