What do you thinhk about Functional FNaF Security Breach Map? I began working on a project on December 28th, 2021, with the intention of creating every accessible location of Freddy Fazbear’s Mega Pizzaplex using the map from Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach. After 8 months of solo work, the map is now 100% completed for both the Java and Bedrock versions of Minecraft. Every section of the Pizzaplex was constructed over the course of a week, with weekly construction episodes being released on my YouTube channel.
Functional FNaF Security Breach Map
This build features the following locations from Security Breach:
– Main Entrance and Lobby
– The Superstar Daycare
– The Atrium
– The Bakery
– Rockstar Row
– Monty’s Gator Golf
– El Chips
– The SuperStarcade
– The Prize Counter
– The Fazcade
– Fazer Blast
– Bonnie Bowl
– The Glamrock Beauty Salon
– Roxy Raceway
– The Kitchen
– The Main Loading Dock
– Parts & Service
– The Utility Tunnels
– The Sewers
– Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Place
Additionally, the Pizzaplex has a distinctive facade and a parking area up front.
You can watch me construct the full Pizzaplex here if you’re curious about the construction process.
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Additionally, I took the project a step further by making the entire Pizzaplex functioning, much like it is in Security Breach, so that there are even more areas to explore.
These functionalities include:
– Playable Princess Quest I Arcade Minigame
– Playable Princess Quest II Arcade Minigame
– Playable Princess Quest III Arcade Minigame
– Playable Monty’s Mini Golf Arcade Minigame
– Playable Balloon World Arcade Minigame
– Functional Doors
– Functional Elevators
– Functional Saving Stations
– Functional Daycare Generator Sequence
– Functional Mazercise Controls
– Functional Fazer Blast Capture The Flag Minigame
You can watch the series here if you want to witness detailed tours of the Pizzaplex’s main features.
I was given the duty of converting the build to the Bedrock edition of Minecraft once the entire build had been finished in the Java edition. Fortunately, the only item that required updating were the command blocks used as the functions’ input. The map now works with both Minecraft versions and has the same features, with the exception of the Bedrock edition’s lack of particles.
The level is still playable in multiplayer even though this build was designed for a single person experience. Having said that, there might be some bugs, particularly with the minigames, with the way some commands function. If there are many people in a world at once, exercise caution.
There are 2,167,757 total blocks in this build, of which 25,169 are the command blocks necessary for its operation. A 550-hour build period is anticipated. I kept Security Breach open on a second monitor during the entire building process in order to accurately recreate the Pizzaplex. In Security Breach, I’ve played for 812 hours thus far.
It’s possible that commands won’t function as intended because this was my first time working on a project of this size and the first map I’ve made accessible for download. This is especially true given that I was the only one to finish this entire project.
Replicating this enormous construction was a great fun, and I’m thrilled with how the job turned out.
I appreciate your help very much. I sincerely hope you will recognize and, more importantly, enjoy my efforts!
Disclaimer: If you are using Functional FNaF Security Breach Map for your own content, please give credit to me in your videos, and link my YouTube channel in the description. Reuploads of this map are not permitted. If you make changes to this map, you can not upload that world! Do not take ownership of this map. Finally, do not use another link to share this map. Only use the links I have provided on my YouTube channel. Thank you!
This map is available for versions 1.18.1+
For the best experience, it is recommended that you have a higher render distance and simulation chunks