Friday Night Funkin'

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Friday Night Funkin'
Friday Night Funkin' is a rythm game where you mimic your opponents move by pressing W, S, A, D keys or the arrow keys.

Friday Night Funkin' is a rythm game where you play as the character named "Boyfriend" and mimic the notes of other characters by pressing the W, S, A, D keys or the arrow keys with timed input.

If you fail to mimic the opponents notes you will lose the level.

Levels are referred as "weeks". You can play each level with the difficulties Easy, Normal and Hard. Each level has a different character and the gameplay gets harder as you go.

The game is heavily extensible by mods. If you make mods please release them under a free software license. The creator of Funkin has critisised proprietary mods and they don't benefit anyone, so DO NOT MAKE PROPRIETARY MODS!



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released on 15 February 2021

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