The Joy of Creation: Story Mode is an incredibly terrifying first person horror played through the eyes of Five Nights at Freddy’s creator, Scott Cawthon and his family, that shows the real reason the last FNaF game was cancelled!
In The Joy of Creation: Story Mode you take control of various members of the Cawthon family when things start to get weird after the parents take in a mysterious stranger for the night. The family are soon stalked by the various horrifying animatronics from the Five Nights at Freddy’s series and must follow the rules and solve puzzles to survive.
The first level plays a little like Five Nights at Freddy’s 4, with you playing a young boy who must carry out certain actions (such as closing curtains, switching off lights and lying down) to keep the animatronics at bay from the confines of your cot. After that it opens up, allowing you to move around the levels and ramps up the scare factor even higher.
It’s an incredibly tense and terrifying game that actually manages to surpass the Five Nights at Freddy’s series for scares. There’s also lots of secrets to find and unlockable modes if you really want to test your sanity to the limits. Considering The Joy of Creation: Story Mode is a fan game, the level of polish and attention to detail is incredible – easily on par with any horror game you’ll pick up on Steam and the high quality visuals easily put the FNaF games to shame. Highly recommended.
Controls: Mouse & Keyboard
Available On: Windows