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FNF Vs. Suicide Mouse - [Friday Night Funkin']

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Fnf Friday Night Funkin' is a fast-paced rhythm game based on the world’s most popular party game: Cards Against Humanity. The premise of the game is...

Fnf Friday Night Funkin' is a fast-paced rhythm game based on the world’s most popular party game: Cards Against Humanity. The premise of the game is simple. Players take it in turns to either answer questions or ask them. For example, there might be a question asking for a word with five letters. In this case, you would have to find another card that starts with those five letters or ends with those five letters. It's like Russian Roulette - one player knows what they're getting into by playing this game but many players are guaranteed to get at least one laugh! It's almost guaranteed that every single player will fail miserably at some point and feel sheepish about it afterwards. But if you're looking for an icebreaker that won't leave people feeling awkward, look no further! This is how many of your friends will meet each other after playing the game, so why not try it.

So you’ve probably seen the trailer for the new horror game from Midway called FnF. It’s based on that classic old school arcade rhythm game called “FnF” where you play as a little fnaf plushie dancing around a green screen. You complete different challenges and mini games to unlock more characters and locations in the game, and get better scores on each level to unlock more levels etc. This is a very fun game and I would definitely recommend checking it out if you have some time on your hands! But what if you don’t have time to play? What if it’s just not your thing? And what if you hate rhythm games like me? Well then this probably isn't the post for but wait! There might be hope after all! Here's how you can win at this outfit-less dance party.

So this is my entry for the new Friday Night Funkin’ challenge. As I stated in my previous blog post, this particular gaming series was one of the firsts for me, and I had nearly lost hope of ever replicating it again. However, the FNF staff made it possible thanks to their newest game: Suicide Mouse! This was actually part of a test run that they are doing with another indie game, so if you have access to either version (PC or Android), check it out! The only things left are a couple of sound effects since I don’t own any music packs, but other than that, this should be easy enough to play.

FUNKIN’ FRIDAYS is a series of videos released on YouTube by Electronic Arts showing various things that occur on Friday nights. The videos are meant to be comedic and have been labeled as a “social experiment”. It was first introduced as an April Fools joke on EA’s official website, but it has since been rolled into the video

Or for the more hardcore fans of fnf and Suicide Mouse, here is a game for you. In this game, you will be jumping from beat to beat with the help of the mouse. This can get tricky as every now and then we might miss. We are not very good at it and that’s why this game is perfect for us! lol! 

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