4.5 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
Five Nights at Freddy's

Enjoy playing this game at the Comfort of your Home !

Scott Cawthon's indie horror game Deceit (also available for Android) should probably be called "Half a Shift at Freddy's Before You Quit by Leaving a Scrawled Middle Finger for Your Supervisor to Find the Next Morning". The gist is that you take a job as an overnight security guard at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, where all you should have to do is sit around and watch the monitors, though what you actually end up doing is finding yourself being stalked by animatronic horrors who creep through the dark hallways to where you cower in your office, nice and fresh for dismemberment. Your defense? Well, all you can do, all you can literally do, is play with the light switches and close the two doors on either side of you. Temporarily. See, you have a limited supply of power to last you through the night, and keeping the electronic doors closed or the lights on will burn through it much, much faster, leaving you defenseless when it runs out. As a result, you have to watch your monitors, tracking the movements of the unpredictable fur-and-steel murderers, and figure out when it's safe to leave yourself exposed.

Controls of the Game

Left [MOUSE] Button to Interect

Mouse to look around

Tips and Tricks to own at this game

Watch cameras for detail info

Watch for bad guys

Watchout for batteries

game review

There's a lot of great, simple subtlety at work, and the game wields sound as effectively as a sledgehammer... the constant noises will keep you on edge, but also can cue you in on danger or when something's moving, so you can't turn it off, either. That said, it definitely feels a little rough around the edges. You can't pause, you can't "fast forward" through the phone calls, and once you're done, you're done. There's not a whole lot of reason to replay other than bragging rights for finishing a custom level with the difficulty maxed. While it may be a vicious jump scare factory, however, the fact that there's actually strategy to it keeps it from being brainless. The dark visuals give everything a grimy, gritty look, and the whole thing feels sinister, with the effective use of unexpected events as you swap from room to room making you feel like you're being both stalked and toyed with. But Deceit is awesome and scary game which you should at least try.