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Five Nights At Freddy's 3


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Continue to work as a night guard in Five Nights At Freddy's 3 now. Attempt to protect yourself from animatronics by rebooting the damaged systems.

The setting

This game is the sequel to Five Nights At Freddy's 2, so the story will continue. Actually, this game takes place in the same place. However, its name is changed to Fazbear's Fright: The Horror Attraction. This place was established through its decaying structure, dimly lit hallways, and broken animatronics. When working as a night guard in this place, you will have a scary feeling because of frightening noises and a dark environment.

The gameplay mechanics

At its core, this game requires players to endure five nights as a night guard at Fazbear's Fright. The gameplay revolves around monitoring security cameras, managing limited resources, and making strategic decisions to survive. Because the audio devices, camera system, and ventilation are often broken, you must pay attention to them and reboot them. If you do not fix them in time, this will create a chance for animatronics to sneak into your office room. With the animatronics from the original Freddy Fazbear's Pizza resurrected you must use the available tools to fend off the mechanical horrors that lurk in the shadows.

How to control: Use the mouse to play this horror game.

New animatronics in Five Nights At Freddy's 3

  • Springtrap: This is the most prominent animatronic in the game. This animatronic is a decayed and tattered version of a bunny rabbit, wearing a tattered purple costume. Springtrap is possessed by the spirit of William Afton, the murderer responsible for the tragic events at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Springtrap relentlessly pursues the player throughout the nights, lurking in the shadows and attempting to reach the night guard's location.
  • Phantom Balloon Boy: This phantom animatronic serves as a smaller and mischievous counterpart to the other phantoms. Phantom Balloon Boy retains the distinctive features of the original Balloon Boy character but appears more fragmented and spectral. It often appears in the player's office, obstructing their vision and creating distractions that can be exploited by other animatronics.