Forgotten Memories at Happy's Humble Burger Farm
Happy's Humble Burger Farm is an upcoming survival-horror video game, though you also will be in charge of running a restaurant. Sound familiar? With similar design and gameplay to Five Nights at Freddy's, fans of the popular franchise are intrigued.
The game developers at Scythe Dev Team and tinyBuild gave you a free roam of the game map at Happy's Humble Burger Farm and the town of New Elysian City, giving you the ability to explore. You are sure to enjoy the five characters you will encounter and the dark graphics in every corner.
Happy's Humble Burger Farm has a release date of December 3 for most platforms, including Xbox, PC, and PlayStation. The Nintendo Switch edition, however, will come out sometime in 2022.
Scythe Dev Team did release a new trailer for the video game when announcing the release dates. It aids in the creepy vibe that you would expect from a psychological horror, making fans more exciting for playing Happy's Humble Burger Farm for the first time.
When you load into the game for the first time, you will receive the announcement that you got a new job! While at Happy's Humble Burger Farm, you will have to complete a variety of tasks. These range from frying food, grilling burgers, taking out the trash, and more.
When not in the restaurant, you can explore the streets of New Elysian City. As mentioned, you do not have a memory, so the goal will be to uncover research to determine your identity and more information about your location.
Happy's Humble Burger Farm allows you to play the main story and the endless mode. For the latter, you will only have to complete the restaurant-related tasks.
Five Nights at Freddy's is also a psychological horror game. In both the former and Happy's Humble Burger Farm, you have to play a psychological horror in which you have to uncover the truth.
Both FNaF and Happy's Humble Burger Farm have a mascot that you will have to encounter. In the earlier game, you will work with Freddy Fazbear. In Happy's Humble Burger Farm, you will find a group of mascots called the Barnyard Buds, though you will primarily encounter the cow.
The Graphics and Sound
The graphics in Happy's Humble Burger Farm and FNaF's resemble those from the 1990s. The almost realistic animation aids in the spooky gibe offered by both of these video games.
Happy's Humble Burger Farm has a much more immersive sound experience than FNaF's. The soundtrack includes 14 albums that you can play from the jukebox that sits in the restaurant. There is also a talk radio program that will aid in giving you clues to beating the game and getting answers.
In FNaF's, you have a limited area that you can explore. The mascots chain you down in the former so that you cannot move very much. In Happy's Humble Burger Farm, however, you have free reign to explore. You have to move around the restaurant to complete your tasks and go through the city to find clues.
Both games thrive on horror, aiding in the difficulty they give you in gameplay. In Happy's Humble Burger Farm, the mascots will move by themselves, and the lights will turn off and on. Doors will also suddenly lock, barring you access from somewhere you want to go.
A Darker Twist in a Familiar World
Happy's Humble Burger Farm is similar to Five Nights at Freddy's, but it seems like it will be a bit darker. You can find out for yourself, however, when the game releases on December 3. If you want to play on Nintendo Switch, however, you will have to wait for 2022.
Happy's Humble Burger Farm has a more interactive soundtrack that you are sure to enjoy. It includes a soundtrack that you can play through the jukebox, a radio talk show, and over 60 TV shows. These will aid in the clues you uncover when exploring the streets of Elysian City and the restaurant itself.