Minecraft Player Builds Five Nights at Freddy’s Animatronics In-Game

Over the years fans have seen some rather exceptional builds from the Minecraft community, with colossal castles, functioning Redstone calculators, and a Minecraft recreation of the Pac-Man maze being some of the more recent productions that have piqued the fanbase’s interest. However, horror has now struck Overworld, as one gamer has flexed their ingenuity by constructing multiple gigantic structures of the iconic animatronics from Five Nights at Freddy’s.


As displayed below, one Reddit user known as CommonTangelo3850 has revealed their son’s very own in-game build based on the animatronics from Five Nights at Freddy’s. This impressive tribute to the survival horror game was met with over 3,000 upvotes on Reddit, as many applauded the son’s efforts and seemed to enjoy seeing such a classic ensemble of gaming icons being accurately transported into Minecraft.

The short 38-second clip shared in the Reddit post shows the Minecraft player hovering in the Creative Mode, which is a section of the game that lets players build whatever their imaginations can muster without the worry of opposing mobs or a shortage of materials. This simplicity and open-ended nature have resulted in players creating some genuinely amazing Minecraft builds.

Amazingly, although each figure is so densely detailed, there is over 50 animatronics shown in the video, such as Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica, Foxy, Mangle, JJ, and many more, including Shadow Freddy plus RWQFSFASXC. Those who haven’t played Five Nights at Freddy’s might not be aware, but all the electro-mechanical robots in the game feature physical characteristics based on animals, humans, food, and even inanimate objects.

Inspecting closer reveals that these Minecraft creations even pay homage to the 8-Bit graphical style that can be found in the controversial Five Nights at Freddy’s World, which is an indie RPG and spin-off from the main-line franchise. Nearly every character from the spin-off is here, with the legendary 8-Bit Fredbear also making an appearance. Famed for his Pixelated black eyes with yellow dots for pupils, unlike other incarnations of the character, the way he is presented is very glitchy, with his right foot and arm, left hand, and both ears splitting out.

In summary, the builder’s meticulous attention to detail when making this gallery of recreations show how Minecraft continues to be a powerful tool for creative exploration for gamers, despite being nearly a decade old. Unlike most games, the focus on expressiveness and the endless amount of possibilities available from the get-go is why the community still pumps out stunning works of art.

Minecraft is available now for Mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

Source: Gamerant

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