Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister
Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location is a point and click survival horror game.
Developed by Scott Cawthon, it is the fifth main installment in the series and sixth in
total. This review will discuss the game’s features, achievements, bug reports, and
more. Whether this is the right game for you depends on what you want to get out of
Review of Five Nights at Freddy’s: Sister Location
If you loved the original Five Nights at Freddy’s, you’ll love the new sequel, “Sister
Location.” This game takes the series’ spooky theme a step further, offering fresh
approaches to the genre. However, it suffers from horrendous pacing and tone
issues. The game also commits the same sins as the original, making it all the more
The gameplay is a little different than the previous games. There’s very little actual
gameplay – you’re often told what to do by NPCs, rather than by the game. However,
even with its pacing problems, the game still has plenty to offer. For example, each
night offers a different set of challenges. As a result, the gameplay feels more like a
point-and-click adventure than a visual novel, which makes it very fun to play.
The game’s darkness is tempered with a sense of humor. Its dark content and
images are often complimented by comedic asides. The game takes inspiration from
games like the Stanley Parable and Portal, and features goofy, ironic posters. The
gameplay is reminiscent of the old horror classics, and the game isn’t aimed at kids.
The storyline is similar to other FNAF games. The protagonist is a nameless night
guard and maintenance technician who works in an underground facility, and her job
is to take care of the animatronics.
Bugs and glitches in the game
Despite frequent updates, the original game was still plagued by numerous bugs
and glitches. Here are a few examples. The HandUnit would sometimes glitch and
tell you to “zap” something instead of letting you move on. During one early-game
chase sequence, the HandUnit would tell you to “zap” something that was not
intended to be zapped. Once you’ve done this, the voice of the Angsty Teen would
be replaced by the default HandUnit voice. The HandUnit would also instruct you to
“zap” the Circus Baby instead of letting you go, but you’ll have to wait for the power
to come back to do so.
Another game with numerous bugs and glitches is the Five Nights at Freddy’s
franchise. While there’s no shortage of fans, the game’s formula is not always
foolproof. While the games were always known for their simple premise and
straightforward gameplay, the developers decided to change things up for the SL
game, and while this was a welcome change, they fell short in their attempt to be
complex. The game also had a variety of bugs and glitches which kept you from
Achievements in the game
There are several ways to unlock achievements in the game of Five Nights at
Freddy’s. The first method is to beat the first four nights of the game. Once you have
completed all five nights, you will be awarded with a platinum trophy. The second
method is to beat the sixth night. Once you beat the sixth night, you will receive a
third star. The third method is to beat the game with three stars.
There are also various other methods to earn achievement. One way is by beating
PQ 2. To find the arcade machine, go to the West Arcade and search for the first
prize. In order to unlock the second method, search for and break all messages and
prizes in the game. You can also earn this achievement by completing the minigame Fazer Blast. After you have completed these, you can earn other
Custom night mode in the game
If you’ve cleared the first five nights of the SL game, you’ve probably noticed that
the animatronics are gone. The east hallway also has no animatronics. You’ll also
notice that the Cameras will go static. In addition to the new animatronics, Custom
Night is also harder, with jumpscare sounds and a series of canon cutscenes. The
first three nights of the game have the normal difficulty, while the fourth and final
night have a more difficult difficulty.
The first two nights of the game’s main storyline lead to the introduction of Custom
Night, a hidden chapter that requires three stars from the main menu to unlock. In
this mode, players are in a Private Room and have to control the power and oxygen
flow to keep them alive. This mode was released in December 2016.