Five Nights At Freddy's 3
Five Nights At Freddy's 3
The runaway smash hit that is the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise shows no sign of running out of momentum if the recent release of the third installment is anything to go by. Following massive support on Steam from a community of survival horror-loving fans who just can’t get enough of the series’ trademark scares, the game launched on 3 March and is already proving as popular as its ground-breaking predecessors.
WARNING: The game contains flashing lights, loud noises, and lot of jumpscares! (exactly what we want)
This is the third part of "Five Nights at Freddy's".
- a) Use DOWNLOAD LINK to download five-nights-at-freddys-3.zip
- b) Save the file 'five-nights-at-freddys-3.zip' anywhere you like.
- c) Unpack the zip file (extract the archive) with password 'dark'
- c) Just double click the .exe file, install the game and look for the icon on desktop...
- The file size is 113 MB (119,405,448 bytes), so it will take some time to download.
10. Download (pass code is 'dark')
Five Nights At Freddy's 3
The runaway smash hit from Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria is about to return, for the 3rd time.
thirty years after...
The game takes place some thirty years after the shattering events which closed down Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria but the horror is about to return. A new attraction has just opened which aims to cash in on the legendary deranged animatronic dolls which wreaked havoc so long ago but as you can guess, things aren’t going to go smoothly.
all-new invention called Springtrap
As in previous games, the player takes on the role of the security guard who has been charged with keeping an eye on the monster that lurks within the amusement park. This installment strips things back to basics with only one main enemy to be terrified of, an all-new invention called Springtrap who takes the form of a plush bunny. However, fans of the franchise need not worry, as the entire cast of characters from the previous games also make plenty of appearances and which help to deliver the shocks that the series is known for.
gameplay similar to its predecessors
The gameplay remains largely similar to its predecessors but instead of locking off doors and using lights to prevent the creature from getting to you, a couple of new mechanics have been introduced. Now you can shut off ventilation shafts to protect yourself but the main method is playing an audio recording of a young girl. If the monster is nearby when you do this, it will chase the sound, thus stringing things that little bit longer. Every time you carry out an action though, you run the risk of a systems crash, which requires that you reboot your equipment, thus losing track of Springtrap and ramping up the tension even further.
If you are a fan of the franchise, then you’re almost certainly going to want to play this. There’s a lot to enjoy here, including the clever expansion of the series’ mythology, the slow-burning terror, strategic elements and the all-new mechanics. The visuals remain as grim and gritty as before, while Springtrap is terrifyingly charismatic and fits in well with the extensive line-up of villains that have previously proved so effective at scaring the living daylights out of gamers the world over.
Now, the flaws ...
However, the game is not without its flaws. It certainly feels slightly rushed, as if the developer pushed it out before it was ready, thanks to overwhelming fan demand, and as such the gameplay hasn’t really evolved much. A bigger problem is one which could have easily been fixed and that is the fact that much of the screen is taken up by a map which obscures your camera feed, thus making the experience more frustrating than it should be. There is also a distinct lack of real strategy to completing the game while the reliance on tired jump scares is getting a little old.
So, while this sequel remains enjoyable enough, it’s difficult not to hope for something a little more innovative if the series continues with a supposed fourth installment that has been hinted at. It would certainly be a shame if it all ended with this slightly disappointing entry.
Blue_Longevity : Oh, I forgot to mention. Nothing appears in "Clue Corridor" for each night. "Clue Corridor" is the West Hallway if you think FNaF 1. It has clues on how to access the mini-games for the good ending, but nothing will appear. Also this one is pretty easy, cause I just lure Springtrap through rooms 5,6,7,8 and hope he doesn't go into a vent. Hint: If he's peeking around your door, you quickly need to play audio at CAM 01.
Blue_Longevity : Beat it, but got the bad ending. I can't do some of the minigames cause it makes the game crash. Example: When I gave the cake to the kid in Chica's Party, it crashed and when I tried again the kid was gone. I also tried doing the one with Shadow Bonnie and broke the game cause I couldn't go anywhere.
Vincent Bishop FNAF : What about FNAF 4?
scary_kid : @scientist yes, demo is out, Markiplier played it yesterday and I think it will be the best :) can't wait to play the full game :)
Scientist : Well guess what? I'm not into the series any more cause it got boring a bit.BUT five nights 4 is out,at least the demo i think.Here is where is saw it:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du6tgoXLaNI And you can also check out this awesome lavender town remix:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zb0nGYej9nw
andrewbuilder100 : does this give virius?
Scientist : I only saw it on youtube but it is freaking hard 5 stars.
scary_kid : I love this game! Even better than the 1st and the 2nd part!!
HellaRadKawaiiCat : The storyline just keeps getting better as he makes more games tbh. This one is my favorite out of all three games that have been made. Its really good and you should all play it.