Five Nights at JR’s

Five Nights at JR’s

This awesome FNAF fan game brings the Freddy’s experience to a whole new level. JR’s is well made and plentifully scary!
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29 Responses

  1. Captain Spooptastic says:

    i love watching Mark play games that everyone else is playing, because he’ll either fly through something everyone else struggles with, or he’ll spend two hours doing something everyone else got in 2 minutes. Never change Mark <3

    • Fucktard Mcgee says:

      Or both

    • Ironic_Iron87 says:

      His trial and error and game sense is usually pretty good, at least compared to other major let’s players similar to him. Mark just has overall good intuition

    • James Klein Funny Guy says:

      I mean that’s a very fair point but you do have to realize that’s also the main gimmick of why you would want to watch multiple people play the same level same games and so forth everyone has a different idea or way of seeing things and they may pick something up faster than others While others challenge their self on something that others figured out so fast.

    • madden-ing says:

      @Zinks Miller enters comment section
      “I disagree”
      Refuses to elaborate

  2. Goobii Gooberus says:

    I really love how this game looks, especially the characters and the ‘after-jumpscare’ artwork you see is actually amazing

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  3. EpicPlayz says:

    I absolutely love how real these animatronics look. They look like something that’s meant to be adorable and enjoyable for children, but then ending up being so horrifying after many years. These types of horror fan made games are what we need! 🖤🖤🖤

  4. Karmic says:

    I like the twist for the gameplay they put into this. There’s a sense of fear, but it’s more that uneasy type of fear, not knowing if the next decision you make is going to get you killed or not — whereas FNAF was very reactionary and felt almost frantic at times

    I’d be up for seeing a playthrough! 👍

    • Telegram me @👉 Markiplierreal says:

      Congratulations you have just been selected hit me up to claim your price 👆 👆..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  5. ThatCoolDude98 says:

    “I’ve fallen off the trail of following five nights at freddy’s fan games, mostly because I didn’t know they were still being made…”
    Me, remembering Mark hasn’t played Flumpty’s 3: ya don’t say

    • Tacolord 87 says:

      @Will_IsAWeirdo_ damn really?

    • Will_IsAWeirdo_ says:

      Well the stuff about Jonochrome that like became known not long after Flumpty’s 3 might be a reason for that.

      (If you don’t know, he admitted to grooming or something along those lines, I forgot the details but it was something similar to that)

    • Telegram me @👉 Markiplierreal says:

      Congratulations you have just been selected hit me up to claim your price 👆 👆..

  6. Patterrz says:

    The aesthetics of this game are awesome, hard to believe it’s a fan game

  7. ᴍᴏʟʟɪ ᴍᴏᴢᴢɪᴇ says:

    The warning is everything, not everyone makes warnings on these types of games and i really respect Mark for this

  8. Mcawesomesauce says:

    A tip for Mark or anyone else playing, the ‘glitching’ stability counter will only ever be for BB, so it’s easy to rule him out after every round. You can also get in lots of repairs since you know who the imposter is.

  9. Martin D. says:

    Even after many years of reprise from watching FNAF related content – this still sends shivers down my spine in relations to fear and story. The way that Markiplier plays these games show a good level of progress, adaptation and understanding as the nights progress. He displays his growth in knowledge very evidently. It has been shown since the first FNAF that he runs these games very well – and adapts quickly to situations — grasping to important information and tips.

    Overall, miss this sorta content from yu

  10. ComXDude says:

    This game is definitely one of my favorite FNAF fan games, despite how new it is. The art style, animation, and mechanics are all really interesting and generally well-executed, and has a very distinct identity despite its fangame status.

    Also, I’d love to see Mark play One Night at Flumpty’s 3.

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