The third Fan Made FNAF Map for the three seasons is now available. You can download it at the official site or at your favorite download site. This fan made map comes with a few new features that were added to the previous two, which makes this map unique and fun. I decided to share my experience making the third one so you guys will have something to look forward to when playing the game on the official site. I hope you guys will enjoy playing on the new and improved FNAF map.
The new terrain layout was inspired by the “african sand” biome, which is very flat and small. In the game, all the maps are taken from a distance and are almost planet-like in appearance, except for the ocean biomes which are taken with a waterblock texture. So, the terrain of the maps are totally done with water assets. But, here is what really made this one different.
When I started to do the cut scene involving Jacob and Jane, I made this map as an experiment. I didn’t like the overall look of the cut scene, but I knew it was important to add it as part of the map so players will have a sense of adventure when they’re on the map. So, I started making some maps with the same cut scene but replacing the character’s head with a sheep’s head. And I just loved it. The result was better and more exciting than what I thought.
So, I started searching for other people’s fan made maps on the fan made resource sites on the internet. I discovered several people that had actually created their own versions of the FNAF map, and I decided to make a fan made a version of it myself. I used three color schemes, and I made about forty-five variations of the background that I made. It turned out the background was so cool, that I decided to upload it on my blog. People seemed to really love it, and I even got several new customers.
After the successful launch of the FNAF map, I started getting requests from fans for other fan creations. People were asking me about making fan art for their games, and I started doing some of it. My next project will be an underwater caveman level, and I’m hoping to include a lot more animals in the final project. It is definitely going to be a challenge, but it is really fun.
Right now, I am working on a fan made FNAF map for a game called Caveman Chronicles. There are quite a few people that have created content for the game, and I am hoping to make a great game experience using the fan made maps. All the work that I have done so far has been mostly done for fun, but I am sure that someone will come up with a use for all of my work. If you have any ideas or would like to see your fan made FNAF map featured on an FNAF community page, I’d be happy to hear about it.