Elf on the Shelf Ideas Five Nights at Freddy’s
Five Nights at Freddy’s has been a popular series for some time now. Kids especially love the characters and spooky environments. But just when you thought it was safe during the holidays… Freddy crept into our house while nobody kept watch over the spooky security monitor at night.
The Elf on the Shelf decided to participate in our sons excitement over Freddy’s Jump Scare tactics, with this amazing Freddy mask and security monitor alteration. This old FAO Schwartz animated Chritsmas Diorama has been converted to look like the video monitor in the famous APP known as Five Nights at Freddy’s. Fans of Freddy, use such a monitor to stay alive while playing the part of a security guard in Five Nights at Freddy’s.
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History for Five Nights at Freddy’s From Wikipedia –
“The idea for Five Nights at Freddy’s stems from negative reception towards Scott Cawthon’s previous game, the family friendly Chipper & Sons Lumber Co., as players commented that the main character (a young beaver) looked like “a scary animatronic animal”, with reviewer Jim Sterling calling the game unintentionally “terrifying”. Although initially discouraged by the comments, Cawthon, who had previously mainly developed Christian-oriented games, eventually used it to inspire himself to make something intentionally scarier. The first Five Nights at Freddy’s game was released via Desura on August 8, 2014. “