While watching Mat pat’s GT Live channel on YouTube; I discovered a dark fantasy jump scare game called Five Night’s at Freddy’s. The game takes place in a pizzeria like a Chuck E. Chesses. The game focus is to survive five nights as a security guard while avoiding the reanimated puppets. Scott Cavthon created the series and is now a famous indie game creator for the series.
A Tragic Tale
The five game and four book series are based around the sad tale of the Afton family. Willum Afton partnered with Henry Emily. William created a sister location where a puppet named Baby killed his daughter. His son Michael was also killed by being bitten while visiting the pizzeria. William snapped and ended up killing five children
The series focuses on the jump scares created by Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, foxy, and the puppet. Each animatronics is possessed by a spirit of a child that was killed inside the pizzeria. In later versions of the series, more characters are added to the roster. There are other versions of the classic characters including nightmare and golden themes of the four main characters.
Many enjoy the series due to the unexpected jump scares that occur when getting caught by the animatronics. Others enjoy trying to his channel famous by posting videos solving the mystery that surrounded the series.
Mat Pat made his channel famous by posting videos about his theories and showing his reaction to playing the game under the Youtube channel The Game Theorists. Even to this day, there are still new mysteries being solved and new theories being created on the games in the series due to Scott revealing details that had yet to be revealed.
Furthermore, the idea of life-sized puppets coming to life is a fear many children had when visiting common themed restaurants. Making the game into a horror jump scare that fascinated many gamers both old and new to the series. Adding an unnamed serial killer and murdering spirits to a tragic tale seems to bring players back to see what is created by the creator of the series.
Now, shush, I’m trying to read.