In the first two Five Nights games, the player is a security guard watching over a pizza parlor that featured animatronic dolls. These dolls wander the halls of the building at night and will kill anyone they find. The player can't move from their office so they have to monitor the dolls' movements with the surveillance system. When these robots get too close, the player can use certain items to ward them off. In Freddy's 2, for example, the player can use a mask to hide from enemies.
Five Nights at Freddy's 3 is set long after the pizza parlor has closed. Someone gets the bright idea to create an attraction based on the parlor. Here's the official description from the Steam Greenlight page:
It's hard to imagine that there's something scarier than killer animal robots. There is, though: killer animal robots covered in mold and stitched together from spare parts.
The first screenshots from Five Nights at Freddy's 3 point toward a similar experience as the previous two games. Players will monitor the twisted theme park and try not to die in the process. It's unclear at the moment what tools they'll have at their disposal this time to avoid attacks by the animatronics, though.
The first two Five Nights games were released on mobile devices shortly after they hit Steam. Presumably you'll be able to play Freddy's 3 on your smartphone soon as well.
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