Good news to gamers who wants to play "Five Nights At Freddy's 4" on their mobile devices. The thriller game created by Scott Cawthon is now available for mobile platforms.
The fourth and rumored to be the last of "FNAF" franchise because of its subtitle "The Final Chapter" can be purchased on iTunes App Store and Google Play for $2.99, according to the report of International Business Times.
"Five Nights At Freddy's 4" plays a bit differently from its predecessors. Instead of being a night security, the player will portray a child.
The location was also changed from Freddy Fazbear's pizzeria to a child's bedroom. The first games used surveillance cameras to monitor any movements, while for the fourth installment, the player only has a flashlight and his sense of hearing.
"Five Nights At Freddy's 4" utilizes a player's senses, according to the review of PC Gamer. Familiarization of the animatronics' behaviour can help one survive the previous "FNAF" but not this one.
Apparently, "FNAF 4" used audio cues. Muffled footsteps, a huff breath, metallic tinkling of the pans in the kitchen are just some of the terrifying sounds in the game.
Reviews indicated that the fourth installment is more difficult compared with others. In that case, these tips should come in handy.
Since "FNAF 4" uses more sounds for cues, play in a quiet area (as much as possible) and make sure to use headphones.
Learn how the animatronics move and what they sound like by using the early nights, Gamezebo suggested.
A "FNAF 4" animatronic will jump right at the player as soon as he turns on the flashlight, which by the way will serve as the player's bff. It's important to listen first and if there's anything that sounds out of the usual, shut the door — immediately.
Nightmare Fredbear is going to do his nasty job on the fifth night, alone. Flashing the light towards him will not make him back off.
If he's anywhere near, go back to the basic rule — shut the door. Monitor the closet and the bed because he also appears on those places.
"Five Nights At Freddy's 4: The Final Chapter" is also available on Windows PC through Steam at $7.99.