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  • morning, ladies.

  • My name is Jackson the guy.

  • And welcome back, I guess, to try to fall asleep to remember, I played a little demo of this in a three Scary Games video long time ago, and I quite liked it.

  • I thought it was really cool.

  • But now the full game is out on steam, and so many people have asked me to play it.

  • So many people, in fact, that even matter.

  • Pat in the video was talking about It spoke very highly of it inside that I needed to play.

  • It called me up my name.

  • So you win this one Mathis part True, eh?

  • So let's play a game, I guess from what I remember someone trying to fall asleep.

  • And it's five nights of Freddie's, like in terms of knights and Jesus Christ, don't I?

  • Finally, I died.

  • There's got ejected from a book Burning building.

  • They'll happen.

  • Who?

  • Hello?

  • I got it.

  • Oh, hello there.

  • You must be John Herring, right.

  • Well, nice to meet you, Mr Aaron.

  • I guess my name is a B.

  • I'm a medical assistant robot.

  • My core function is to give guidance to my patients and provide a supportive presence in case of an emergency mental breakdown, psychotic disruption.

  • And so I was created by your treatment supervisor, Dr Rick Norberg himself.

  • So, Mr Herring, I'd like to congratulate you on successfully recovering from your physical damages.

  • Thank you.

  • Huge blast and didn't lose a limb.

  • How about that?

  • We're gonna say a learned man now that you have healed from the physical damage is we can start to work on your brain damage.

  • You have memory loss is as well you brain damage is that might force you Thio hallucinate?

  • Sure.

  • Well, luckily for you, all those damages can be easily cured.

  • You know what the hell?

  • Your brain damage.

  • You just have to sleep.

  • I'm resting.

  • Sleeping is the best medicine for your brain, as it is a good state for the brain to naturally heal itself.

  • Sounds good.

  • Games easy, right?

  • Well, unfortunately, your brain damage might cause you to hallucinate, and that could be a huge problem.

  • Potentially.

  • If you won't stay calm, your stress will increase on a huge stress will give you a cardiac arrest.

  • It's not because we might not be able to arrive in time to save you from death.

  • So you'll need to deal with your stress as best as you can donate.

  • All right, let's walk you through the basics real quick.

  • Good advice.

  • That the bottom left corner.

  • Okay, then.

  • Oh!

  • Oh, wait.

  • I'm so sorry.

  • I was trying to cheat the system.

  • Fuck.

  • Okay, that's good.

  • Oh, no.

  • Oh, I ruined it.

  • Okay.

  • There's only barking outside.

  • Oh, no.

  • You're making me even more scared.

  • Just just falling asleep.

  • So I turn off the light to scare away things.

  • Right?

  • Oh, God.

  • Oh, shit.

  • Oh, no.

  • Okay.

  • You broke my window, asshole.

  • The worst thing you could have done killing me, not another.

  • That's that's easy.

  • Who?

  • Jesus Christ.

  • Hi.

  • Can you go away?

  • Could you leave?

  • Could you not be here?

  • That would be nice.

  • Oh, I can't leave the light on for long.

  • Oh, no.

  • Just blink.

  • Blink and you go away.

  • Bye bye.

  • No, He was about to tell me how to play the game on.

  • I saw that my sleep was rising, so I thought, Oh, awesome.

  • I can just do that.

  • I could just keep my cib rising as he talks because it's not gonna throw anything at me too soon.

  • Just skipped all his dialogue.

  • Okay, Were warning halfway to sleep.

  • I wish I could have a thing like this at night time.

  • So I know how much sleep I'm about to get, or know how close and you're going on your teeth.

  • Mine.

  • Hi.

  • Keep your eyes open and turn on the lights.

  • Gotcha.

  • Gotcha.

  • Thank you, Mr Robo man.

  • Thank you, Mr Smiley Face.

  • Hey, my life got fixed Place.

  • That's also cover, Mechanic, that the light would break if I'm even on too long.

  • Okay.

  • So close to sleep.

  • Just close your eyes and think about nothing.

  • My okay.

  • Jesus Christ.

  • Get off my windows.

  • Monkey man.

  • Freak!

  • You think this is a fucking McDonald's play place for boys?

  • All right.

  • Night one should be easy.

  • Should be simple enough for almost a sleeve.

  • Dreamy, sleepy nightie.

  • Snoozy snooze nes just drift away.

  • I saw teeth again, like not hello.

  • I'm hearing something, but I'm not seeing anything that's even worse.

  • Okay, Okay.

  • You're fine.

  • Everything's fine.

  • Everything is so fine.

  • This is not how you try and fall asleep by the way I'm seeing in my sleep.

  • So my stress goes up.

  • If I keep my eyes closed for too long as well.

  • It's a start dreaming about the accident.

  • I thought I saw a face.

  • That's my face.

  • Okay, Almost there.

  • Almost there.

  • Just drift away.

  • Obviously.

  • E on.

  • Good night.

  • Let's all hand who lured?

  • The walls are melted.

  • Um, I asleep dreaming way Did it?

  • I fell asleep is the hardest I've ever tried to fall asleep in my life.

  • Okay, Kate, I just got into the lab.

  • Oh, right now.

  • Good.

  • You should check out the power generator.

  • The one that works.

  • It might be the reason for the whole power sort of facility.

  • I got it.

  • Where will you be at?

  • I'll be in the main power book.

  • I'll check in there.

  • It fried circuits that need to be prepared.

  • Sounds good.

  • If there's something wrong with the generator, I'll try to fix it the best I can.

  • All right.

  • Oh, God.

  • I forgot that.

  • There's these, like, mid level dream sequences, herb.

  • Different levels whenever the cold.

  • Welcome to one of the most inventive or trees in the revival company.

  • You've been brought here thanks to your skills and hard work results during your career at our company.

  • Please note that all work in information.

  • Here you are old.

  • Must be kept secret as a strictly confidential sensitive you.

  • No problem.

  • I know that the information is sensitive about its fat ankles.

  • Exit the main lab building and locates power generator.

  • Okay.

  • Oh, hi.

  • What do you want?

  • They're nothing.

  • That's why.

  • Yeah.

  • Go at me.

  • Don't go.

  • Okay.

  • I find a power generator.

  • I'm assuming these giant, bright, flashing lights are gonna be in Or death.

  • Either are pretty cool fuses.

  • We're gonna have to fight fuses.

  • They could be anywhere.

  • This is all a certain trip.

  • Really.

  • Click with me again.

  • I completely forgot about all of this.

  • Jesus Christ.

  • Already forgot about this.

  • Chases you?

  • I don't like it.

  • I don't like it.

  • I don't think it lose the exit.

  • Go, go, go.

  • Fuck!

  • You're not gonna make me do that for every fuse, are you?

  • Oh, I can't handle this.

  • I'm going to start hallucinating after this.

  • Hello.

  • It looks very pretty.

  • It looks a lot better than when I played it last time.

  • So good job on that.

  • I'm also a lot more scared.

  • So good jumping back.

  • Hello, Mr Fuse A.

  • He refuses to come out.

  • Thank you.

  • I'll be shitting my pants all night at God.

  • Really?

  • Christmas door.

  • Anything I want to get crushed between is Tom nooks Thick thighs.

  • Okay, Closed the doors.

  • Okay, Okay, okay, Okay, Okay.

  • Close it.

  • Close it.

  • Keep the demons away.

  • Keep the demons away.

  • No!

  • No demon thoughts.

  • God is getting closer.

  • Oh, Lord, no!

  • I actually don't know which put it is to close it.

  • Some spamming.

  • Everything okay?

  • Okay, okay.

  • Sound design is your friend.

  • D'oh!

  • No, Again!

  • Stop!

  • What thought is that?

  • Are these my gay thoughts going to get out?

  • I want Come.

  • Come on.

  • There's nothing behind it out.

  • That's going o behind that one.

  • I don't want anything getting out of my mind.

  • Palace!

  • Fuck!

  • Ooh, Yes!

  • I don't want to turn into a monkey there for a second, but yes, Got it.

  • Okay, that was interesting.

  • I'm glad it's not the same thing over and over again.

  • Okay, Back to where I was before locked.

  • You're not all right.

  • Hello?

  • Look like Daisy was writing a draft for a letter, it reads.

  • I don't know if I can do it.

  • Dad, I appreciate that you gave me this opportunity to prove myself, but it's a huge responsibility.

  • I only went because you convinced me I'll only be a helping hand.

  • I don't want to be involved in anything major.

  • If you truly believe that it's for the good, then I support it.

  • Otherwise it's all on you, Daisy.

  • Does Daisy want?

  • It's Edwards Diary, the latest entry in the diary reads.

  • It doesn't feel right, although I'm happy for this opportunity to work on this project.

  • Dangerous substance research is kind of not my thing.

  • It's kind of not really what I meant to.

  • I just don't vibe with that.

  • I mean, I'm not bad added or unqualified Underqualified.

  • It's just that I specialize in other science work, you know, trains.

  • I like reanimate dead bodies.

  • I'm trying to see how far I can shove my fist in my Beijing for this project was good, too good to turn down, though, compared to what I've worked out before, this project is nothing.

  • I've been through things that other people wouldn't believe.

  • It kept me awake at night terrified of thinking how bad things could have turned out, but it didn't and the results the result brought me on the revival company a fortune.

  • It's genuinely horrifying where this company is capable of.

  • Yeah, People should finally know what happened to me.

  • Maybe it went in and puff, puff, puff, puff, puff on all the chemicals.

  • And then I came out with two heads, and now I can't figure out which one I want to use.

  • Hey, whoever's here, stop running around.