Someone cut the cheese and you have twelve suspects! In this puzzle game, watch everyone's faces closely for facial ticks, dripping sweat, or the uncontrollable grin of guilt! Tap on their face as soon as you think you know who did it! Guessing wrong will deduct from your time and guessing right will add to it! The time counts begins to count faster as each round passes!
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Ratings and Reviews
This Indie game was just the worst. It's to simple,and a stupid plot as well. The mass mejoraty of his games are awfull. The "Five Nights At Freadys" games are also pretty bad. For example in "Five Nights At Fready's 3" The development process was speed up because of the demand by fans. If you think about it for a second when the anametronics Pop out at you the way that he does it just looks like he took a photo of the anemetrinic and zoomed in when the pop out at you. Scout needs to TRY to make a good game that will suit all ages "Five Nights At Fready's" fandom has some adults but those are just Youtubers,but the 98% is just little kid who wouldn't know a good game if it hit them in the head. There's a lot better horror games out there "OutLast" is a great game,and Taylors all kids and adults.
Now I've played fnaf but that's not the reason I downloaded this game I just wanted to see how he got these ideas Scott may make childish games but he's made one of the most fun horror game I've ever played with the most awesome lore so that's all I had to say and one more thing for all those mean people out there that just like making people feel bad this game is not for adults it's more of a kid game but it's funny so if you hated fnaf then say that I've met so meny people that played this game and left a bad review because they hated fnaf so just stop
The game was hilarious, not meant to be something with a deep plot, so people hating should stop. Also to those uneducated users, Scott usually makes religious games, this is an exemption. When he made Chipper and Sons, he fell into a deep depression because people thought it was creepy, and out of his depression, including a failed suicide attempt, came FNAF, a amazing game with even more amazing lore. Please think before you write. Signing out, The Marionette
- Scott Cawthon
- 4.3 MB
- Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2014 Scott Cawthon
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.