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8-bit Fredbear is an 8-bit rendering of Fredbear in FNaF World. He only appears if the player idles instead of clicking "DONE" at the end of Fredbear's dialogue. He tells the player to find the clocks in order to get a special ending.

Appearance

8-Bit Fredbear is identical to his Five Nights at Freddy's 4 and Sister Location counterparts, but appears to be pixelated and his eyes are black with yellow dots for pupils. The way he is animated is very glitchy, with his right foot and arm, left hand, and both ears splitting out, similar to RWQFSFASXC from the "Glitch Minigame" in the third game of the core series.

Dialogue

Quotes

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But you don't really believe that, do you? There is a task for you to complete. You need to leave breadcrumbs for him, to help him find his way.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, First Fredbear encounter
Yes, the world beneath the surface world. This is a safe place, a sanctuary. The truth is that there is no safe place. You don't understand that; you were made for one thing. There is a task for you to complete. Before you take this passage, go back. Find the clock.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Second Fredbear encounter
Things don't get more dangerous. You are being played. You are being led through hoops. Meanwhile the puppet-master is laughing at you. You do need to find the Dusting Fields, but not because there is any urgent adventure ahead. Find the clock.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Third Fredbear encounter
Play along for now. You are being pulled on a string for his amusement. Don't enter the glitch yet; you need to go into the mine. Find the clock.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Fourth Fredbear encounter
Yes, well, everything attacks at random. Doesn't it? The man who pulls the strings is watching. He allows you to progress. Follow the trail that they have created for you; play along. There is another mine you must find before entering the glitched object. Find the clock.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Fifth Fredbear encounter
One thing is true. Nothing here is as it seems. You will need to find another clock, but the passage will not be easy. There is a secret sub-corridor that leads to Pinwheel Circus under this graveyard. Find the clock. Everything else is a deception.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Sixth Fredbear encounter
Another clock should be inside the funhouse. Nothing else matters. Don't be decieved by the one pulling the strings.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Seventh Fredbear encounter
Attacking the game's security system will not accomplish anything. Get the key, but ignore the guardians. If you have succeeded in setting the clocks, then your true goal will be revealed once you have the key.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Eighth Fredbear encounter
I will tell you a secret. There are powerful chips that can only be attained by breaking the game- the red chests. There are objects that you can press against, and it will break your collision detection. One is a yellow bird on a tree stump. Another is a gravestone. Find these places to gain an unfair advantage. That is, if you insist on following this path that has been forcefully placed before you.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Final Fredbear encounter
I will tell you a secret. There are powerful chips that can only be attained by breaking the game- the red chests. There are objects that you can press against, and it will break your collision detection. One is a yellow bird on a tree stump. Another is a gravestone. Find these places to gain an unfair advantage. That is, if you insist on following this path that has been forcefully placed before you. Something terrible is coming.
 
— 8-bit Fredbear, Final Fredbear encounter, Update 2

Cutscenes

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Trivia

  • He is thought to be the yellow eyed person who sometimes appears when one starts the game and when one gets the Clock ending.
  • 8-Bit Fredbear highly resembles to that of Fredbear's plush as seen in the minigames from Five Nights at Freddy's 4.
  • 8-Bit Fredbear's non-glitched appearance is reused from his overworld sprite, but with yellow pupils with black sclera in the 2D version that was taken off Steam.
  • 8-Bit Fredbear is one of the characters to be completely pixelated and in 2D, The others being Desk Man, Old Man Consequences and Purpleguy.
  • The way 8-bit Fredbear appears in a darkened area when the player first boots FNaF World may reference Five Nights at Freddy's 4 where an 8-bit Fredbear appears talking to the player similar to his appearance in FNaF World.


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