Top Ten Five Nights at Freddy's Fan Games

The Top Ten
1 Five Nights at Candy's

Although it's not my favorite fan game, the storyline is SO good that you should try it. It's really good. I love that this game mentions Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria, and the death screen has the closing newspaper for Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.

Sorry for the horrible grammar. I'm a fast typer. One more thing, there should be a FNAC (Five Nights at Candy's) 4. I don't know what you would do for it, but it would be amazing, and I bet it would skyrocket in popularity.

- Random person on the internet

2 One Night at Flumpty's 1

I guess Jonochrome, the developer of this game, is so crazy. I mean, look at the characters and rooms. Does the office look disgusting? Still, I like this game.

Although the door and light system is taken from the original Five Nights at Freddy's, the game is original with an egg and his friends running after you.

This fan game is amazing but gross, and the jump scare noises are... interesting.

3 One Night at Flumpty's 2

Amazing game, probably the best office gameplay in any "Five Nights at Freddy's" style game ever. It is definitely my favorite "Five Nights at Freddy's" style game.

Welcome one and all to Flumpty Bumpty's. If your lights are out, you're safe (or are you?). If your lights are on, they'll come find you and rip you into a brand new face.

It's original and very good and fun playing. It's less stressful than FNaF 2, but it's very chill when you are in the final hours of the night. It also has Hard Boiled mode, which is similar to Golden Freddy mode from Five Nights at Freddy's 2.

It's the BEST FNAF game ever.

4 The Joy of Creation: Reborn

This game gives a new aspect to the FNAF franchise, even if it is not part of the original games. It is the best fan-made game by far because it lets you explore more of the area!

Overall, it is the best horror/adventure game I've played in a while. Not including any FNAF, of course.

I think people are getting this game mixed up with The Joy of Creation: Story Mode. Remember, TJOC: Reborn is the one where you free-roam around the attic, basement, or woods, and TJOC: Story Mode is the one with the five different rooms (bedroom, living room, office, etc). Try not to get confused between the two!

5 Five Nights at the Chum Bucket

This game has a 3D office. Although they did trip up with the jump scares, it is still a well-designed game.

6 Five Nights at Wario's 3

You just get stuck in an abandoned mansion and survive against creepy ghosts of Wario, Waluigi, Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Ashley, and DK. (Not counting Peach as she does not appear in-game and only appears in the second picture of the first cutscene.)

At the end, the guy in the Wario Man costume comes all the way to apologize to the ghosts for what he had done. Great game!

The designs are just creepy. I'm surprised Nintendo didn't take the game down.

You are in a house. You can switch rooms. Very original.

7 Five Nights At.... Boy's 2
8 The Joy of Creation Story Mode

This is by far the most well-made FNAF fan game I have ever come across. The quality and graphics are good in themselves, but while playing, you get a sense of pure dread that really only the first FNAF game has given me.

The story is phenomenal, and the fact that each night is different makes it so it never ceases to be terrifying. It totally deserves to be way higher on the list.

Calling this a "fan game" is an insult. Not only does it have awesome game mechanics, lighting, and models/textures, but it also has a very unique atmosphere. The story itself was somewhat meta, yet serious.

I can't put into words how much I praise Nikson for creating this masterpiece.

9 Five Nights at the Krusty Krab

Who doesn't like SpongeBob and FNAF combined?

10 Five Nights at Finas
The Contenders
11 Five Nights at Wario's 2

Here are two facts. 1. The place where you do surveillance is a place that burned down, maybe 20 years ago, by Bowser, and then he died in the fire. 2. The Phone Guy, Richard McRoy, actually locked the player (Thomas Taylor) in the building to become bait for the ghosts. Richard McRoy is actually a villain.

I never really tried this game myself, but from the gameplay, it does look pretty good.

12 Five Nights at Wario's

I think it's great and has good potential. Not to mention, I like the Mario franchise.

I saw Wario at my door and left immediately. It's way better and scarier than the original FNAF.

13 Five Nights At.... Boy's 3
14 Five Nights at Treasure Island

Just a great one. It's a mix between Abandoned by Disney, the creepypasta, and FNAF. I LOVE the concept of shutting off a camera, and I'm excited for Treasure Island: The Abandoned Resort.

I love the game and its concept. This should be at number one, not at fifteen. Anyway, I love this game to my heart.

It is one of, if not THE FIRST, fan games ever for FNAF. It was very unique in gameplay and has even more unique (almost) sequels. It is highly well-known. Show more love. It's being remade anyway. #please?

I love the fact that its inspiration was the creepypasta "Abandoned by Disney."

15 Five Nights at Venturiantale
16 Popgoes

Really good game with unique mechanics, compelling lore, and entertaining gameplay. Popgoes deserves a proper promotion.

Very creative and has my second favorite office mechanics. It's a shame there isn't a second entry in the series.

Great plot and a personal favorite. The weasel's out to hunt!

17 Five Nights at Funland
18 Bonnie Simulator 2
19 Five Nights In Anime

My all-time favorite FNAF fangame because of the hilariousness of the jumpscares and the fact that it still scares me when they kill me.

An okay game, that is, if you are 18 years old or older and like getting killed by very inappropriate things.

Never ask a woman her age, a man his salary, or a FNAF fan what happened on April 14th, 2015.

20 Five Nights At.... Boy's 1

Original concept. I do not have much to say about this, though.

21 Five Nights at Rachel's

Definitely a great fan game that should be higher on the list.

This game is legit, and the mechanics are unique!

22 Five Nights at Fluffer's
23 Dayshift at Freddy's

Honestly, for as funny as it was, and as tear-jerking as it was in the end, I'm surprised it isn't higher on the list! This game was phenomenal! Especially DSAF 2, which didn't follow the rule of "sequels being worse than the original."

The same goes for DSAF 3 as well, but I really wished that *SPOILERS* Jack had his soul back so he could be with his family. That's really the only complaint, though.

I'm surprised to see this game, or series, so far down. The first game was hilarious. The second one was funny as well but really drew you in with its story. The third one was just an amazing experience and is definitely a tearjerker. Thus, it should be higher up on the list.

24 Dormitabis

Insanely good. It has a lot of features to keep you going. It doesn't get stale due to different things getting introduced and special nights. There are tapes, minigames, easter eggs, and so much more.

This game is really nerve-racking, and for me, it deserves to be at least #5 on the list. I strongly recommend Dormitabis.

This game is really complicated and fun, but it doesn't get too much love. It should be way higher on the list.

Why is this at #20? It's one of the best FNAF games ever! It's not too difficult like The Joy of Creation: Story Mode or too easy like Six Horrors. It has the traditional point-and-click feel with more added. It fits well with the FNAF story as of the release of FNAF 4, and the last night takes place in a different setting.


25 Super Fnaf

Super FNAF is a great time. The story is incredibly well done, and the music is excellent. The gameplay is decent, but everything else is perfect. Easily one of my favorites along with the FNAC series, The Joy of Creation, Wario's 3/Origins, and Popgoes.

The game was so good, and the endings were awesome. I like the little secrets in there.

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