How do you get the bad ending in FNAF3?
Bad Ending: If you do not complete all the Minigames for each night of FNAF3 (With the exception of Night 5, since that minigame is forced) the game will finish with the normal ending, of Purple Guy getting inside of the SpringTrap suit to hide from the spirits.
What does bad ending mean in FNAF 3?
The “bad ending” is attained by completing the game without completing all the hidden minigames, and shows a screen depicting the heads of the five animatronics from the first game with lit-up eyes.
What happens to the missing children in FNaF 3?
The Missing Children have been freed from the Fazbear Animatronics, and have finally had their Happiest Day instead of being restraint to the suits. While we see that 4 of the Missing Children have been freed, Golden Freddy is absent from the cutscene. What does this mean? Was Golden Freddy not freed?
Why are the heads glowing in FNaF 3?
The number of heads in the cutscene match the number of Missing Children in the first game. The dismantled animatronics with the glowing eyes is to represent that, despite Happiest Day and the Five Nights At Freddy’s 3 End Of Night Minigames, the souls of the Missing Children somehow still remain in the shells of the Fazbear Animatronics.
Who is the head of Golden Freddy in FNaF 3?
The heads of Freddy, Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy can be seen with their eyes glowing, with another glowing head in the background. The Bad Ending, with Golden Freddy’s head glowing in the background. I believe that this head belongs to Golden Freddy, also known as Yellowbear or Cassidy .
What are the endings of five nights at Freddy’s 4?
The endings of Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 have returned to the tradition of three previous games, having 3 endings which require the player to complete Night 5, Night 6, and Nightmare. After completing Night 5, a minigame cutscene will play.