Top 10 Scariest Things About Five Nights at Freddy'sHave you ever played 5 nights at Freddy's? Then you should. When you finish, tell me the scariest things about it.
What stops me from playing the game sometimes is the jump scares. They always get me when I least expect them!
The jumpscares are what make the game scary.
It's the only scary thing about the game.
For me, Foxy has always had one of the scariest jump scares, especially his Phantom one!
I thought she was a duck. I learned a hard lesson after I said that.
Theories say that the Phone Guy was stuffed into Chica.
Her deformity is just not a good sign.
In FNaF one, he takes off his face. I'm now officially dead inside. He's scary, bro.
In the trailer for the first game, Bonnie takes his head off. Like, WHAT!?
Scott claimed he changed Bonnie and Toy Bonnie to female.
He is the only animatronic that has no pre-warning that he is going to jump scare you. He just does it. With Foxy, you can just avoid it by looking right. Freddy can come at any time, with no warning. You can't see him by turning on the light. You can only see him on the camera. Sometimes, while you're watching him on the camera, he will sneak into your office.
He's not scary, except for when he comes into your office and jump scares you unexpectedly.
Man, his jump scares in the first game were really bone-chilling!
It's very hard to get rid of him in FNaF 2. If you don't pull your mask on in time, it's an instant jump scare!
His appearance looks horrifying in every single game!
The worst one. Damn it! He should be first on the list instead of being below.
On Night 2, it was 5 AM, and I ran out of power and freaked out!
It's not annoying! Night 4 is where Phone Guy dies, and Night 5 features a threatening call from one of the animatronics. The identity of the caller remains a mystery.
Say hello three times? In Five Nights at Freddy's, the character says hello almost 20 times in a row.
"Most people don't make it this long!" - Phone Guy. Really comforting, dude.
Alone in a dark office, surrounded by wandering haunted animatronics... Oh yeah, I agree. I would consider leaving, to be honest.
At least there's Phone Guy, but he's pretty annoying!
In the third game, it's stupid that there has to be a darn night guard. The place would be fine without one!
A pizzeria is creepy even during the day, but at night?
In the first game, the scream is ear-piercing and sounds just like a child screaming for help or being killed. In the second game, it sounds like a possessed robot. In the third game, it sounds creepy. In the fourth game, it sounds like a dinosaur!
I felt like someone was stabbing my ears when I heard the scream, and I can tell you this: I felt terrified.
That's the only reason I'm scared, so I always play without sound. I know it's bad when Foxy comes out, but it's not as scary.
It's possessed. That's all I can say about it.
He just looks like Slenderman.
If you get out of that office, it will lead you to the show stage where they will see you and kill you.
How much does the security guard make? He must really want his paycheck.
Yeah, I agree. It's weird.
You mean Chica, right?
The first time I heard it, I closed the doors for the rest of the night, which didn't last long.
It sounds like he's going to kill you!
He's scary, right?
Definitely. They're scarier than the game itself, I think!
It's filled with 8-year-olds who can't take opinions and steal art.
Did somebody order Chica the Duck Tape because you wanted to cover BB's mouth?
The way he looks at you with those eyes - those demonic eyes that say, "I am going to kill you."
In the second game, Mangle is creepy for her appearance and her static noise. In the third game, it's as scary as a jump scare because it's pretty loud, just saying.
Why are they shaped like the animatronics? They're just illusions.
Five Nights at Freddy's would be rubbish, boring, and difficult without noises and sound effects. You wouldn't know where Chica is when she's in the kitchen. It would be like being deaf and blind! In the other games, you wouldn't know where the heck they are.