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Five Nights at Freddy’s Ultimate Custom Night #GameReview

Welcome to the ultimate FNAF mashup, where you will once again be trapped alone in an office fending off killer animatronics! Featuring 50 selectable animatronic characters spanning seven Five Nights at Freddy’s games, the options for customization are nearly endless. Mix and match any assortment of characters that you like, set their difficulty from 0-20, then jump right into the action! From your office desk, you will need to manage two side doors, two vents, as well as two air hoses, all of which lead directly into your office.

This time you will have to master other tools as well if you want to complete the ultimate challenges, tools such as the heater, A/C, a global music box, a power generator, and more. As if all of that weren’t enough, you’ll also need to set up laser traps in the vents, collect Faz-Coins, purchase items from the prize counter, and as always, keep a close eye on not one, but two, Pirate Cove curtains!

Title: Five Nights at Freddy’s Ultimate Custom Night | Developer: Scott Cawthon | Publisher: Scott Cawthon | Release Date: June 27th, 2018 | Genre: Survival Horror | Style: Point and Click | Platform: Steam | Source: Self-Purchased | Starred Review

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Five Nights at Freddy’s Ultimate Custom Night Review

This is the first game review from Olly’s son, and occasional contributor to the site, Sebastian.

FNaF (Five Nights at Freddy’s) was an indie game made in 2014 made by Scott Cawthon. It was made heavily popular by lots of YouTube channels such as Markiplier and Game Theory who where already doing well at the time. You play a night security guard, stuck in the office of a theme restaurant where the animatronic characters have come to life. The game had 5 characters to begin with Freddy (the bear) , Bonnie (the rabbit) , Chica (chicken), Foxy (do I really need to explain this one) and golden Freddy (he first appeared in Markipliers footage as a rare Easter egg).You have to monitor the security systems and take actions to stop the characters from reaching you and jump scaring you.

UCN’s gameplay has one goal which is to make it to 6 am. Unlike the other games you can choose which characters you face on each night. You are in an office with a fan, two doors, two vent doors, a camera system, a Freddy mask and a flash light. The gameplay relies on triggers and actions e.g. when the character Springtrap appears you have to close the forward vent door. Compared to the other games in the series (which are creepier) UCN has very chaotic gameplay.

UCN features a strong gameplay loop and manages to be fun whilst challenging. You play as a recurring character from the series, William Afton, in his own personal hell. If you need a better understanding of the lore go to the Game Theory channel on YouTube. They have lots of good theories on the lore.

UCN features one on of the hardest challenges in gaming: 50/20 mode. This mode is where you set all of the animatronics to 20 (maximum) difficulty. Only a very small amount of the player base have actually legitimately beaten it. there are lots of animatronics to manage and it gets very tough.

This is an amazing game and a must have for fans of the series. It is also a great starting point for new players as it is free and available on console, mobile and PC. it provides a good amount of challenge and is over all great.

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