Ultimate Custom Night
Ultimate Custom Night is a game in the FNAF: Sister Location game series, released on October 27, 2017. This game is the seventh installment in the series. The player assumes the role of a new night shift security guard named Mike Schmidt, who takes in the night shift at a Pizzeria called "Fazbear's Fright". The Pizzeria is...
Ultimate Custom Night review
Ultimate Custom Night is a game in the FNAF: Sister Location game series, released on October 27, 2017. This game is the seventh installment in the series. The player assumes the role of a new night shift security guard named Mike Schmidt, who takes in the night shift at a Pizzeria called "Fazbear's Fright". The Pizzeria is a haunted attraction and the robots that inhabit the attraction start to act strange. This game is set in an alternate universe. Ultimate Custom Night is a game that was designed to be a more difficult version of Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. It is a remake of the second game in the series, and was designed to be a more difficult version of Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. The game was designed by Scott Cawthon and it is the sequel to Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location.
In Ultimate Custom Night, the player has to survive through five nights. To do so, they have to monitor the cameras and their office, and make sure that none of the animatronics, which are the haunted robots, find a way into their office. To survive the five nights, the player has to complete four challenges that consist of beating a preset high score and a preset time limit. These challenges consist of things such as beating all the ghosts in the game, catching the animatronics in the office, and solving a puzzle. In the gameplay of Ultimate Custom Night, the player has the ability to create their own night in which they try to survive while they use their camera to keep an eye on the animatronics. The player can use various doors, lights, and strategies to survive. The player is given complete control over the animatronics and the timing. The player can also predict where the animatronics will be at any given time.
The graphics in this game are mostly the same as the graphics used in the other FNAF: Sister Location games. They are primarily used to simulate a security camera and show the player's office. The graphics are fuzzy and have a low quality. The graphics in the game are fairly simple, with the player using a camera to see what is happening. The user interface is also simple, with the main UI being a grid of squares that the player clicks on to interact with different parts of the game. The graphics of Ultimate Custom Night are mostly the same as the graphics in Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. The graphics are a little different, though. The graphics are a little more detailed and there are some new animations, but otherwise, the graphics are very much the same as the graphics in Sister Location.
The game has a high replayability rate because of its "custom night" feature. With this feature, the player can select the difficulty of the game and play the game in a different style. The player can also select the things that the player wants to be in the game.
It is a spin-off of Five Nights at Freddy's, created by Scott Cawthon. In the game, the player controls a character named Michael Afton, who is the brother of the protagonist of the first Five Nights at Freddy's, and they must survive the night while avoiding the animatronics that they have been told to avoid. The player uses the Switch's touchscreen and buttons to control the character in order to use items and close doors.
- A lot of variety
- Unique challenges
- Doesn't take too much time
- A lot of challenges
- Can get boring