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Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 by Scott Cawton
Reviewed by: Michelle, Ryan and Julia
In-game Purchases: None
- Category: Games
- Released: Aug 03, 2015
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 37.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Scott Cawthon
- © 2015 Scott Cawthon
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
This time, the terror has followed you home.
In this last chapter of the Five Nights at Freddy’s original story, you must once again defend yourself against Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Bonnie, Foxy, and even worse things that lurk in the shadows. Playing as a child whose role is yet unknown, you must safeguard yourself until 6am by watching the doors, as well as warding off unwanted creatures that may venture into your closet or onto the bed behind you.
You have only a flashlight to protect yourself. It will scare away things that may be creeping at the far end of the hallways, but be careful, and listen. If something has crept too close, then shining lights in its eyes will be your end.
Ryan 10: very scary and very well done series.
Julia 7: She couldn’t do it, She deleted the game said it’s way to scary. (No rating)
Michelle: This game is a LOT harder than the other 3 but I actually enjoy it a lot more than the last game. It is a lot creepier and it scares the crap out of me.
I will be totally honest and say I have not finished this game, I actually can’t get past the 2nd night. This game is a little creepier but it also has an ending, so I have heard, that some won’t be a fan of. I have no intention of telling you the ending because I haven’t gotten there myself but both of my kids told me after watching one of their favorite Youtubers beat the game.
This time you are in your house and play as a child for some reason those creepy critters have followed you home so you are trapped in your bedroom and need to check two doors and a closet plus the bed behind to make sure you are safe. The only way to tell if they are by the door is to listen for breathing so headphones are strongly recommended but could result in a heart attack if they are to loud, seriously at one point thought I peed my pants. The computer version of this game has mini games thrown in but the iPad version does not (as far as I can tell). The only little mini game I found was you are in a hallway and at one end is you and a flashlight and the other is a rabbit on a chair you have to catch the rabbit on the x mark by clicking on the flashlight. If you catch him the next leave your time moves up. This game you also have to survive until 6am. For some reason I feel like the time moves a lot slower in this game than the other ones but that could be the anxiety of trying to hear if anything is by the door. The jump scares are pretty good and happen at any point.
Ryan and I have rated this game overall
If you are looking for a good scare this halloween this is the game to pick up. Just remember to make sure the headphones are not to loud.If you are looking for a good scare this halloween this is the game to pick up. Click To Tweet
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